Are you a Marketing Manager with a passion for languages? If so, this fantastic role may well be for you.
Officially, our client is still classed as a ‘start-up’, but having been established five years they are doing fantastically well and have a team of ten staff. They have three main brands, all focussed on the learning of foreign languages, and they have three main channels: retail, downloads via Appstore, and directly to educators, whether this be Key Stage 1 or 2 or adult learners. Due to the success of the organisation they now need a permanent Marketing Manager to work with them and take them to the next level. Key roles and responsibilities will include content creation for the blog, marketing collateral, and email copy, taking responsibility for outbound marketing communications including social media, email campaigns, and collateral, and keeping on top of company news and writing copy for the press. Community management is also a key area where you will be dealing with customer / user queries and issues and raising awareness of the products, and you’ll be identifying and liaising with influencers and businesses to secure regular marketing collaborations and features. You’ll also take responsibility for coordinating the logistics of attendance at various exhibitions throughout the year, and there will be some general admin duties including looking at business metrics.
What we’re looking for
We need someone who is willing to be hands-on and generate creative ideas, but also happy getting involved with tasks which might not be in your job description. In terms of the level of experience, we do need someone who has a good grounding in marketing, perhaps from a tech or app focussed organisation, and you’ll probably have at least 2-3 years experience. You must have strong ability and confidence in writing high-quality articles and copy, as well as commercial experience of social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. As mentioned, an interest in languages would be highly beneficial; perhaps you’ve studied a language at A-Level or degree level, or you’ve taken a keen interest in learning for pleasure. This company is still growing, and therefore we need someone who is comfortable working in a creative, start-up environment as it grows.
What’s on offer?
There’s a real opportunity to actually see the social impact of the products that this company sells, and to achieve lots of personal growth and opportunity as this company won’t be a ‘start-up’ forever. They’ve got significant growth plans on a global level, and being part of the team now could well lead to brilliant future opportunities.Apply for role