Digital Marketing and Social Media

Junior Content Producer Apprentice

Company
With HAT TRICK PR LTD
Location
Working in Salford (view map)
Level
Advanced Level Apprenticeship
Salary
Paying £231.00 per week
Duration
18 months duration

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About the apprenticeship

Hattrick, a B2B content marketing agency in  Manchester, M5 3EQ are searching for an enthusiastic apprentice to add to their growing team and support business growth. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a thriving team with a great culture in their vibrant new offices. Core tasks are likely to include many of the following:

  • Content strategy: assisting with the development and implementation of content strategies which produce trackable results for clients
  • Content creation: producing various forms of content to help achieve client strategy goals
  • Social media content creation: developing the online presence of our clients by creating content that will attract followers and subscribers through social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter
  • Blog content: developing blog ideas and drafting copy that will attract and engage website visitors
  • Audio-visual content: working with the team to produce high quality image, video and audio content 
  • Search engine optimisation (SEO): creating content which will increase the number of visitors to client websites by achieving organic high-ranking placements in search results on the most popular search engines based on relevant search topics and trends
  • Creation of and analysing of stats, reporting to management, amending strategy as agreed
  • Acting as directed on requests for information, either communicating directly with enquirers or passing through to team members for action
Future Prospects

  • Full time position for the right person following successful completion of the apprenticeship process