The Drum daily jobs round-up: Vodafone, The Drum, Havas Lynx, Norwich University of the Arts, Better Placed
Vodafone is looking for a senior copywriter based at its global headquarters in Newbury. For a salary of £39,000-£46,000, the successful candidate will work within the online strategy and production area in the company. Responsibilities will include overseeing the quality, consistency and effectiveness of online copy, including email, help and intranet copy. Applicants should have a professional qualification at degree level or equivalent, or significant industry experience.
Jobs: Vodafone is looking for a senior copywriter in Newbury
A data assistant/data administrator is required by Carnyx Group, publisher of The Drum, at its Glasgow office. The company is seeking an individual to join its newly-formed data department and will involve working closely with the marketing team. Responsibilities will include data entry and data analysis and applicants should have skills using Microsoft Office, Excel and internet search. The closing date for applications is 25 April.
Havas Lynx is seeking an experienced designer to join its team in Manchester. Candidates should have a portfolio demonstrating a range of digital, print, branding and conceptual work. Mac skills are required for the role, which will involve working as part of a busy team and a flexible, confident approach to the job is required. While the role is permanent, the agency invites interest from freelancers.
A business director is needed at Norwich University of the Arts for a salary of £46,000-£53,000. Applicants should have recent, relevant commercial success gained in business of the university sector and the job will involve managing the university's existing business and consulting work. Knowledge of current digital design technology is required, alongside an ability to work with a range of people, clients, staff and students. Applications should be submitted by 22 April.
Better Placed is looking for a PPC executive for a client in the construction industry based in Yorkshire & The Humber. For a salary of £18,000-£25,000, applicants should have in-depth knowledge of the process and technologies involved in running PPC campaigns, particularly Google Analytics and AdWords. The role will involve maintaining keyword bids and campaign automation and excellent numerical skills are required.
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