To support the Sunderland Care and Support Communications Team to build digital communications and marketing strategies which best support the vital services SCAS provides to customers. To support the development and delivery of communications strategies and campaigns which showcase work across the company.
Fun, creative and inspiring outlook with the ability to engage on a variety of topics.
Clear understanding and interest in digital media and social media platforms and how to utilise them effectively.
Ability to creatively and proactively identify new ideas and opportunities for engaging content.
Willingness and determination to learn.
Excellent computer literacy.
Ability to communicate and to present information clearly and concisely both verbal and written, with good attention to detail.
Positive attitude towards teamwork and able to work as part of a team.
Commitment to completing the apprenticeship within the specified timescales and obtaining a qualification.
Understanding of all the major digital and social media platforms.
Understanding of the main components of digital and social media strategies.
Understanding of basic marketing principles.
Knowledge and understanding of Data Protection and Confidentiality
Knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety at work
Knowledge and understanding of Equality and Diversity in the workplace
A positive can-do attitude, and ability to work using your own initiative and to tight deadlines.
Ability to deal professionally with staff and students in person, by phone or by correspondence.
GCSE Maths, English & ICT at 9-4 or A* - C or equivalent
You will then be eligible to apply for vacant positions with Sunderland Care and Support.
You may occasionally be required to work outside of normal hours but will be given the equivalent time off in lieu.
You will occasionally have to travel to other college sites throughout the North East area.
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