The Drum daily jobs round-up: Heineken, BskyB, Camelot UK, Envoy International, Better Placed
Heineken has several brand manager job opportunities available at the company. Applicants for the position should already have big brand experience, preferably in FMCG and demonstrable agency management. Responsibilities include working with activation managers to develop BTL platforms in line with strategic priorities and managing media and communications plans.
Jobs: Heineken has brand manager opportunities available
BskyB is looking for a media planning advisor based in London for the Sky IQ team. Interested candidates should be proficient in providing solution designs and be experiences in working with data. Commercial knowledge and an understanding of the specific challenged experienced by the media sector is required, while experience of working in a digital environment would be an advantage.
A storage administration team lead position is available with Camelot UK Lotteries. A deep knowledge of storage and backup infrastructure is required, and applicants should be able to demonstrate experience of IBM storage, disk and SAN storage, SAN infrastructure, Unix systems, DB2 and knowledge of TCP networking and DNS. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are also required.
A Glasgow-based web designer is required by Envoy International for a salary of £25,000-£30,000. The successful candidate will create design prototypes, including graphic design, site navigation and layout content for company websites, as well as perform maintenance and updates to existing websites. Applicants should have an excellent understanding of design, layout and typography for the web alongside proven experience creating exciting designs to meet the needs of business.
Better Placed is looking for a senior UX designer for a client based in Leeds. The agency requires an individual with excellent knowledge of interaction design, usability accessibility and information architecture. An ability to create functional specifications in the form of screen flows, sitemaps and wireframes is also required for the role, which comes with a salary of £30,000-£40,000.