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The Drum daily jobs round-up: NUS,, PH Media Group, Tangerine PR, The Little Black Book Agency

By Angela Haggerty | Reporter

March 28, 2013 | 3 min read

The National Union of Students (NUS) is looking for a marketing and social media coordinator to take up a role based in the north-west of England for a salary of £20,000. Applicants should have strong administrative and organisational skills and an ability to build and engage social media communities. A passion for social media and comms is essential for the position, which has an applications deadline of 10 April.

Jobs: NUS is looking for a marketing and social media coordinator is looking for a digital tutor for a new venture between Google and Home Learning College to teach a fast tack online programme in digital marketing leadership. Applicants should be experienced tutors or trainers with four to 10 years' experience in either an agency or marketing team. Up-to-date knowledge of the latest and emerging trends in digital marketing is essential, while a digital marketing qualification would be beneficial.

PH Media Group in the north-west of England is looking for a designer. Offering a salary of between £17,000 and £20,000, the company is looking for a junior designer nearly ready to step up to mid-weight and with good in-house or agency experience. The group works with clients such as Coca-Cola, Adidas and Harvey Nichols, and is seeking an individual "bursting with boundary-pushing ideas". Applications should be submitted by 16 April.

Tangerine PR is seeking a senior account manager based in the north-west of England. The successful candidate will be responsible for the generation of ongoing pro-active and reactive news stories, creative campaign implementation and event management. Applicants should have at least five years' experience in a senior account manager role, and applications should be submitted by 1 April.

The Little Black Book Agency is looking for an SEO executive for an online marketing agency based in Manchester city centre. Applicants should have web development skills, including HTML, CSS and PHP, and would suit a graduate with an interest in SEO. The role comes with a salary of £14,000-£17,000.

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