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Kickstart - Marketing and Communications Assistant, Saturday Club Trust


Kickstart Vacancy!

The Saturday Club Trust is looking to recruit a creative, organised, and highly proactive Marketing and Communications Assistant to join our dedicated team. In this role you will support the planning and implementation of the Trust’s Marketing and Communications strategy and help to grow the digital reach of the National Saturday Club.

You will be an enthusiastic and motivated individual with a passion for working in a communications or marketing role. You will have good knowledge of the creative industries and will be highly proficient at working with digital and social media platforms. You will have excellent attention to detail and an understanding of creating engaging digital content. You will have a basic understanding of digital marketing analytics and a strong interest in working within the creative education sector.

We are looking for excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, as there is a requirement to draft and review copy both for digital and print publications. The Trust has a strong brand identity and so a keen eye for detail, design and aesthetics is essential. You will have a grasp of brand positioning and tone-of-voice and a desire to implement and develop the National Saturday Club’s Marketing and Communications strategy in line with the Trust’s mission and growth strategy.

This role is funded as part of the UK Government Kickstart scheme, creating new jobs for 16 to 24 year olds on Universal Credit who are at risk of long term unemployment.

For further details, or to submit your cv and covering letter, please email

Closing date: 28th May 2021



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