The Drum daily jobs round-up: Edinburgh International Festival, NEC Group, Havas Lynx, Glasgow City Council, Digital Gurus
Edinburgh International Festival is looking for a digital manager to spearhead the development of an innovative digital strategy for the event. The salary being offered for the position is £29,000, and applicants should have a minimum of four years' professional experience or equivalent in digital marketing or a related field. Ability to plan and deliver social media campaigns is essential, and candidates should have knowledge of PPC and SEO.
A digital manager position is available in Scotland's capital
The closing date for a junior graphic designer in the West Midlands with NEC Group is approaching. The company delivers events campaigns and is looking for an enthusiastic individual to take up an excellent opportunity to break into the industry. Salary is set at between £19,000 and £20,000 and the closing date for applications is 6 March.
For London digital jobseekers, Digital Gurus in seeking an online delivery analyst. A bachelor's degree in economics, mathematics, IT, engineering or a related field is required for this position, which comes with a salary of £30,000-£39,500. The post involves working with the sales team to design and deliver interactive media campaigns, and applicants should have two years' experience in online advertising. An ability to speak Russian, German, Spanish or other languages would be an advantage.
Glasgow City Council is advertising a digital designer post based in Glasgow city centre for £18,249-£19,943 per annum. The Glasgow Life Marketing and Communications Team requires an individual to support the design needs of the marketing team, which covers work for museums, libraries and festivals. Applicants should be proficient in CS5 and mac software and hold a design qualification. Closing date for this position is 17 March.
A job for a designer in Manchester is on offer from Havas Lynx. The company would like to hear from individuals with a portfolio demonstrating a range of digital, print, branding and conceptual work. Applicants should have excellent mac skills and, although this position is permanent, the company is interested in contact from freelancers who are available to work with them.
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