Marketing and Business Development Coordinator

Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
£28000 - £32000 per annum
13 Aug 2019
10 Sep 2019
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Agency-side or Client-side
Client Side

This international law firm is looking for a Marketing Coordinator to support in driving and executing all variety of marketing initiatives. This is an exciting opportunity for a hardworking and driven individual to work alongside an experienced, UK-wide team in a fast paced and dynamic marketing role.

Reporting into the Business Development and Marketing Manager, the Marketing Coordinator will be involved in a wide range of marketing, digital and communications tasks. You will support the organisation of events from start to finish, design and proof-read engaging documents and assist with maintenance of the website, intranet and social media platforms, amongst other duties.

The successful candidate will be degree educated or equivalent and will have strong attention to detail with excellent organisational and communication skills. Previous business development and/or marketing experience within the legal sector is of particular interest, but professional services experience (such as a consultancy or B2B business) will also be considered.

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