Social Communications Apprentice

Recruiter
PIC PUBLIC RELATIONS LTD
Location
Ashton Road, Nr Cheltenham, GL20 7AU
Salary
£168.75 per week
Posted
07 Jan 2021
Closes
07 Feb 2021
Ref
VAC001675218
Specialism
Other
Sector
Unspecified
Role Type
Apprenticeship, Higher
Start Date
February
Duration
Permanent
Day-to-day tasks will include the following:
  • Developing social media strategies for Pic PR and all our clients
  • Understanding core social media channels
  • Researching and advising on new social platforms/developments
  • Create content plans to increase brand awareness and engagement
  • Manage/write social posts
  • Build social communities through intelligent discussion
  • Plan delivery and be familiar with tools such as Hootsuite to manage multiple channels
  • Create engaging multimedia content
  • Competitions and campaigns
  • Create weekly and monthly social media reports for clients
  • Educate other staff (and clients) on the use of social
  • Liaise with clients via telephone, email, Zoom and face-to-face
  • Form relationships with relevant industry social influencers


Requirements and prospects

Desired skills

Essential:
  • Good writing skills

Desirable:
  • Interest in and curiosity about our core sectors, particularly hospitality and care
  • A creative thinker
  • A genuine love for PR/Marketing


Personal qualities

  • A passion for our core sectors, particularly hospitality and care
  • A great writer and love for creating inspiring text
  • An interest in PR/Marketing
  • Polished and professional appearance
  • Calmness under pressure and ability to achieve tight deadlines
  • A real appetite for digital comms. Digital: it's the future. We've tasted it
  • Positive attitude
  • Fun and friendly demeanour
  • A good sense of humour


Desired qualifications

  • GCSEs at grades A*-C/9-4 (or equivalent) in maths and English
  • 2 A-Level qualifications (or equivalent)


Future prospects

  • Potential for permanent employment following successful completion of the apprenticeship


Things to consider

  • Being able to drive, and having your own car is beneficial but not essential
  • Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week)
  • For more information please visit: https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates

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