A well-established medical devices business that specialises in medical technology solutions for skin treatments, skin cancer, dermatology, and cosmetic surgery.
They have been expanding rapidly during their 60+ years of establishment and have recently going through a major business rebranding.
Their culture can be described as collaborative and inclusive, and a great environment for graduates to grow and thrive. With no micromanagement and perks such as flexible working patterns, your birthday off, and a relaxed company atmosphere, what more could you want!
Graduate Marketing Executive
Due to their recent rebranding, they are looking for a commercial graduate to assist the marketing manager to build their marketing team. The role is mouldable to your strengths and existing skillset, and the progression is tailored to you!
They have had a complete rethink of their current marketing strategy, and are looking into creating a brand new website, a rebranding of company values, employee engagement, and more that you could be involved with.
Key responsibilities also include:
Copywriting for various online and offline channels, including internal communications, website content, product descriptions, social media and blog posts, and email marketing campaigns
Some graphic design including logos, website design, and company branding
Analysing the campaigns for efficiency and success
CRM management, SEO, and some work with more analytical software, such as Google Analytics
Organising and attending industry events (once it’s COVID safe!)
General marketing administration
The company are based in North West London, and are currently working to a flexible WFH-WFO schedule. For this role, you would be required to be in the office for 1-2 days a week.
The salary on offer is between £22-27K depending on experience level – they can offer more to candidates with over a year’s experience in marketing looking for their next role.
A 2:1 or above (or equivalent) in a relevant degree subject, such as marketing, business, or media
Other degree subjects will be considered if they can demonstrate an interest in working in marketing; this can be through a university module, work experience, or any related courses
Ideally candidates will have some exposure to marketing in some way, whether through their academics, work experience, or extracurricular activities
You do not need any knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry, as they have an in-depth 2-3 week training course before you start, however, candidates with experience in or exposure to marketing roles in this area are strongly encouraged to apply
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Available to start in October or November
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