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The Drum daily jobs round-up: Telegraph Media Group, Click2Convert Digital, Skycig, The Drum, Better Placed

By Angela Haggerty, Reporter

April 17, 2013 | 3 min read

Telegraph Media Group is seeking a head of UX design based in London. The position will involve designing and improving online properties, monitoring and reviewing the design of existing products and services and establishing user-centred principles and ways of thinking. Applicants should have three to five years' experience creating interfaces, large scale websites and applications, as well as Photoshop, Fireworks, Illustrator and InDesign skills.

Jobs: Telegraph Media Group is looking for a head of UX design

A digital account manager is required for Click2Convert Digital in Glasgow city centre. For a salary of up to £25,000 dependent on experience, the agency requires an individual with two to three years' experience in a digital account handling role, excellent written and verbal communication skills and good attention to details. Applications should be submitted by 19 April.

A junior designer is required to join a small design team at Skycig in Edinburgh city centre. The position will involve working closely with two designers on delivering brand designs and supporting the retail team to design posters, brochures, leaflets and other offline projects. Salary for the position is £18,000-£20,000 and the closing date for applications is 17 April.

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.

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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