This week I’ll be posting up some of the best part time jobs from our database. Today: Marketing!
There are a lot of different roles available in this sector. Most of the student roles we get for it are to do with promoting a brand on campus to other students, and getting involved in Social Media and Search Engine Optimisation (making a company’s website come up in relevant searches).
If this is a field that interests you, you can find out more about marketing on our sector guide. You might also want to join the new society – SussexAdSoc.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Role
A Brighton-based signage company is looking for a student to help make their website more visible on searches; this is part of a wider expansion.
Multilingual Freelance Researchers
OBAN Multilingual is a new company based on campus at the Sussex Innovation Centre; they need people from different countries to use their language skills to help optimise websites for different cultures.
The Independent – Student Brand Ambassadors
The Independent is looking for students to promote their newspaper The i on campus.
BigChoice – Brand Rep
Big Choice want to hire students to do marketing on campus, but they’re looking for people who can promote multiple brands on campus. This job will involve Social Media Marketing, Database Building, and Outdoor Promotions.
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Here’s an interesting option if you’re interested in marketing. Digital Marketing Mentor is a Brighton based company that gives training in digital marketing and social media. From August, they are running a BTEC in Social Media for Business. It’s a new qualification created especially for to help people qualify and prove their skills in this area of work.
This course is the only available professional BTEC in Social Media assessed by edExcel, and involves 18 hours classroom based teaching, coursework projects, and case studies. Classes are available at weekends, weekdays and evenings, depending on your schedule.
The courses available in Eastbourne, Brighton, and Worthing. Tuition is delivered by professionals already successful in the Digital Marketing industry, with a maximum of eight learners per class for optimum training.
The course is expensive for graduates, but if this is something you are interested in, additional funding or installment plans may be available if you ask them about it.
To find out more, go to their webpage
The Kineo Graduate Scheme is a brilliant opportunity to work as a paid writer producing e-learning software in Brighton. Kineo is looking for bright, creative graduates with the ability to sum up complex ideas in a simple way.
Knowledge of technology and an interest in how people learn will come in handy in this job, and the application process is pretty simple. Kineo just want to see two examples of your creative writing.
If you would like to stay in Brighton, and if you’re looking for a creative career make sure you apply by 30 June.
We’ve had a run of really exciting marketing jobs on the database recently and I thought it would be worth bringing them to your attention.
DreamWorks Theatricals is seeking a paid intern to work within the marketing office for the West End production of Shrek The Musical at Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The role is full time for six months
Deadline: 22 June
A paid internship to help market SuperBru and The Rugby Blog during the 2012/13 rugby season. £200 per week working four days a week
Deadline: 15 July
Join Dyson’s marketing team as a graduate
Deadline: 12 July
London-based dance company looking for full time staff
Deadline: 29 June
A major consultancy firm based in Beijing, China is looking to employ a social media intern from the UK. Apply to China Internship Solutions
Deadline: 13 September
As part of our Make it Happen… Finally set of events we had firm called Kineo in today to talk to students about their graduate scheme for young creative writers who are interested in working in e-learning.
In case you missed it, they’re looking for writers who can communicate complex ideas in a simple way.
To apply they just want a covering letter and two examples of your creative writing.
If this sounds like something you’d be interested apply here before 30 June 2012.
We have lots more events coming up at the Careers Centre over the next few weeks, and every time you come to a Make it Happen! event you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a Kindle Touch here‘s what we have coming up.
It certainly feels like summer this week! If you’re planning to stay in Brighton over the summer, chances are you’ll want a job. Here’s some of the ones that have come up on the jobs database
The Open University needs people to register students into their summer residential school on our campus in July and August. Apply by 15 June
Screwfix is looking for part time service assistants. They’re based in Hove and the deadline is 21 June
Selby Jennings are a recruitment agency, and they’re looking for people to represent them on campus. This can be a great way to work flexibly and get sales/marketing experience. Apply by 22 June
The Rocket Marketing Group is a Brighton based marketing company specialising in loyalty cards, incentive programmes and such things. They’re looking to open up a telemarketing centre, which would make outbound calls to people who may want to purchase their services.
To apply, please email a cover letter and CV to Sarah Maynard at email@example.com
Before you apply take a look at our guidance on making successful applications.
More details about this job are here.
If you’re interested in sticking around Brighton over summer, chances are you’ll need to get money from somewhere, to help you stay around here, we’ve searched through our Jobs database for the most recent jobs on campus. Here’s a selection:
We’ve promoted this before, but I think it’s worthy of a second mention. Find A Masters are running funding awards of £500 in eight subjects, and one £1000 funding award in a particular topic. Here’s the details.
There’s no application form to fill in yet, but leave your e-mail and they’ll contact you when applications open in June.
Sometimes, funding awards don’t get a large number of applicants, so this could be really woprth going for if you would like a bit of money to put towards your studies.
BUNAC is probably best known for offerring a chance for UK students to work abroad, but they also run opportunities for students from the rest of the world to work in the UK.
As the Tier 1 post-study work route is closing on April 4th, BUNAC is trying to promote its scheme as an alternative. Their scheme allows graduates from non-European Economic Area countries to undertake internships in the UK, provided they meet certain requirements in terms of wage and that they require trained people to do the job.
BUNAC act as the visa sponsor for the intern whilst they complete their internship and provide full support to the intern before visa application and during their internship in the UK.
If you are interested in finding out more about the scheme please visit our website or contact Caroline Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 7251 3472.