The Drum daily jobs round-up: National Museums Scotland, Havas Lynx, Digimania, David Thatcher Recruitment, AF Selection

By Angela Haggerty, Reporter

March 14, 2013 | 3 min read

A marketing officer job is available with National Museums Scotland for a salary of up to almost £30,000. Applicants should be educated to degree level or equivalent, with at least two years' relevant practical experience. Ability to manage designers, media buyers and agencies is important as is the ability to manage delegated budgets. Closing date for this position is 18 March.

Jobs: A marketing officer is required at the organisation

Havas Lynx is seeking a digital analyst to work in its Manchester office. The role will involve working closely with the digital insights manager to support the analysis of digital campaigns, focusing on platforms such as eDetails, websites, smartphone apps and social media. An ability to use Google Analytics and Omniture would be beneficial, alongside knowledge of working on SEO campaigns.

A position has opened up for a marketing manager with animation and software development company Digimania. Based in central Scotland, the successful candidate will be responsible for the marketing and promotion of the company's flagship product, Muvizu, through on and offline channels. Applicants should have a proven track record of successfully marketing and promoting innovative technology and ideas. Applications must be submitted by 2 April.

David Thatcher recruitment is looking for an account director for a B2B client based in London. Offering a salary of £45,000-£60,000, a balance of strategic and project management skills are required for the role alongside experience of developing on and offline campaigns. Applicants should have current experience in the role of account director and strong knowledge of all things financial. Closing date for this position is 19 March.

A marketing manager is required by AF Selection for a retail design agency in the East Midlands. Working closely with the managing director, the role will cover an equal amount of PR and marketing and requires an ability to write for client and in-house newsletters. Applicants should be graduates with a relevant degree and have experience in a marketing role. Salary for this post is £25,000.

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