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The Drum daily regional jobs round-up: Blackburn College, Larson Group, Niki Jones Ltd, Become

By Angela Haggerty | Reporter

February 20, 2013 | 3 min read

A slightly different job opportunity features on The Drum today, with Blackburn College looking to appoint a lecturer in animation north-west of England. For those with the necessary skills and experience in the industry, the college is offering the opportunity to study for a teaching qualification while in-post. Knowledge of the latest software and developments is required, alongside a passion for education.

Blackburn College is looking for a lecturer in animation

In Yorkshire, the Larson Group is advertising a marketing operations manager job, with a 'what you're worth' salary. This permanent position is nearing the closing date of February 26 so applicants should get their CVs in quickly. The role requires someone who can plan and develop digital marketing campaigns, using techniques such as SEO and PPC. A background in industrial or manufacturing processes would be beneficial for this job in the north-east of England.

In the same region, Better Placed recruitment agency is on the hunt for a digital design manager in Leeds for their client. Knowledge of motion graphics and web design is required for this position, alongside front end development languages, including HTML, CSS, Javascript and Flash.

Another post creeping nearer the closing date is for a digital designer in Surrey with Become. Offering a salary of up to £55,000, candidates should "eat, drink and dream in pixels". At least five years professional web design experience is required. The job also offers flexible working hours and a company bonus.

Niki Jones Ltd is hoping to attract a studio coordinator and administrator in Scotland. With a salary of £15,000pa, this post is an ideal start for those trying to get a foot onto the industry ladder. No specific creative knowledge or skills are required, but an interest in the sector is desirable, as is any experience using Photoshop, Illustrator, Excel and PowerPoint software.

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