GRADUATE SALES & MARKETING EXECUTIVE
£16,000 per year starting salary
35 HOURS A WEEK
Vouch for That Ltd. Is a Glasgow based start up which has built software to enable independent businesses to sell gift vouchers online. We have recently won a large contract and our Managing Director is looking to employ the services of a talented graduate to support her with the sales & marketing of the company and their individual business members.
You will be responsible for supporting the Managing Director in growing Vouch for That Ltd. by assisting with the marketing of the company and their individual business members. This will include writing blogs/content, managing our social media accounts, writing proposals to win new business, recognising opportunities for our members to collaborate and creating special gift voucher packages. You will assist with loading new gift vouchers onto our website and also with the daily printing, packing and posting of gift voucher orders.
Working for a start up company means that you have to be a jack of all trades and be willing to help in all aspects of the business so we are looking for someone who isn’t afraid to get stuck in. This might include general admin, attending conferences and exhibitions and dealing with external agencies. That means that you might occasionally be working hours outside the normal 9 – 5.
Your attitude and mindset is more important to us than your experience/education!
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a new company with the real potential to make a difference, grow your skills and develop a career as our business and team grows.
In the first instance send your CV to email@example.com for the attention of Catharine Anderson.
This job is being advertised via The Glasgow Guarantee and all applicants must match their criteria for us to gain for funding this position:
Graduates need to reside within the Glasgow City Council postcode boundary.
They must have graduated since January 2015.
They cannot still be studying at the moment.
They must currently be unemployed or underemployed.
They must be aged between 20 – 29