Design and Marketing Coordinator

Location Camborne
Discipline: Sales & Marketing
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £22, 546 - £32, 797
Contact name: Rebecca Richardson
Contact email: rebecca@smithandreed.co.uk
Job ref: RR 40311
Published: 29 days ago

Are you seeking a new challenge to showcase your Design and Marketing experience? Look no further!

We have a brand-new opportunity with a reputable school in Camborne, offering a competitive salary up to £32,797 per annum, and full time hours.

The Design and Marketing Coordinator will work closely with senior team members to develop and implement new strategies in order to enhance the schools pro-active and innovative vision.

Key duties will include:

  • Creation of marketing materials (newsletters, leaflets, school displays, brochures etc.)

  • Design and develop the school websites and social media platforms

  • Take high quality photographs of school events throughout the year

  • Work alongside external agencies to create positive working relationships to further benefit the trust

Essential experience and qualifications:

  • Relevant design, marketing or media qualifications

  • At least 2 years experience within a marketing related field

  • Web design, development and print design experience

  • Experience of Adobe Suite, InDesign and WordPress

This is an excellent opportunity for the right person, offering a varied and dynamic role in order to thrive within a high-performing school!

Apply today! Email a CV to rebecca@smithandreed.co.uk

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