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Wanted: Digital marketing trainee

theEword is on the hunt for a digital marketing trainee. The role, which would see you working on a number of different online campaigns, is ideal for a recent graduate looking to enter the wonderful world of internet marketing.

So what can successful applicants expect from the role?

Working directly with Mark Baker, our head of online marketing, you’ll have the chance to experience life at the forefront of digital marketing. You’ll be given the opportunity to learn new skills, develop your knowledge of the online sector and play an active role in the day-to-day operations of theEword marketing department.

The role is initially for three months although, if you impress us, there’s a good chance we’ll offer you a full-time role.

About you

Ideally, you’ll have a digital or marketing background and an understanding of the foundations of online marketing channel would be ideal. Furthermore, you’ll be a quick learner and able to absorb new skills. Most importantly though, you’ll have a genuine passion for the digital sector.

If this is you, send a one-page CV plus a covering letter to jobs@theeword.co.uk.

About theEword

theEword is an innovative digital marketing agency, situated on the edge of Salford Quays. The company, which was founded in 2007, offers a range of services across a number of different online channels and mediums.

Written by Tom Mason

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