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This role offers an opportunity to be part of a small team dedicated to the everyday running of our retail space (Collective Matter) which is situated in the fully restored City Observatory. Our shop shares the work of contemporary artists, makers and brands through the sale of limited editions and products inspired by the art, extraordinary buildings, people and heritage that surround us. The Main Duties of this role are: - The retail assistant will be part of a small team responsible for the day-to-day running of the shop. - Responsible for the opening, closing and cashing up of the shop. - Greet customers and provide excellent customer care standard at all times. - Work towards achieving sales targets. - Have strong knowledge of our product ranges. - Consistent replenishment and maintenance of the shops visual merchandising standards. - Sort deliveries, assist stock control and stocktaking. - Support the Retail Manager in the further development of our retail offer and brand liaising with partners, artists and manufacturers. - Assist with the development and delivery of bespoke marketing and retail events. This role is permanent, four-days per week, Thursday - Sunday, from 9.30am - 5.30pm. Visit our website for more information and to download the Application Pack.
Posted 20 days ago
Location: Dundee £22,000 - £24,000 (dependent on experience) Part-Time, 3 days per week Immediate start Closing date: 16 July 2019, 12 noon About the Company "Good Call CIC is a start-up social enterprise with one mission. To provide charities and social enterprises with the lowest cost mobile phones and contracts. You will be part of a small team growing this new organisation, supporting the goal of winning new customers and retaining them. Good Call has enjoyed tremendous growth recently, complemented by winning the Social Enterprise EDGE award at Scottish EDGE Round 14 in June 2019." Learn more about the vision and values behind Good Call here. The Role Maintaining high standards to achieve brand consistency, you’ll work on building solid marketing foundations for the business and implement elements of marketing across the marketing mix that inform and encourage customers to buy from Good Call. With an analytic approach, you will be curious about customers and their behaviours. You will be hands-on setting up the company's CRM system, developing their website and managing the Content Management Systems (CMS). Content marketing plan development and execution including blog, email marketing, and social media platform management will be a key part of the role. Training will be provided with external providers. You will work with external support partners for tasks such as liaising with the media. Responsibilities: • Help set up marketing foundations and brand development for Good Call • Manage the content updates for the website • Develop and implement the content marketing strategy • Create content for various online platforms such as website copy, case studies and blogs • Oversee digital and offline marketing campaigns • Email campaign planning, set-up, implementation and optimisation • Social media campaign, set-up, implementation and optimisation, and engagement • CRM set-up, implementation and co-manage • Creating and developing customer personas • Report on the impact of campaigns and make suggestions for improvement • Manage Google My Business Requirements Ideally, Good Call would like a graduate with a Communications, Marketing or Digital Media degree or experience. They are looking for a creative and passionate marketer ideally with 1+ plus year of experience to join their team. Essential: • Ability to create high-quality content for a range of key social media platforms and management tools including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn • Strong copywriting skills and an excellent command of both written and spoken English • Knowledge and experience in email service providers (such as MailChimp/Convertkit/Salesforce) • Experience using image editing tools (such as Canva or Adobe packages e.g. Photoshop, Illustrator) • Able to adapt communications to suit different audiences • An eye for detail – both technically and aesthetically • Comfortable working independently or as part of a team • Organised and able to multitask and work to multiple deadlines • Comfortable using basic office software Desirable: • Degree qualified • 1+ years of marketing experience • Experience using Google Analytics skills for reporting • Experience using content management systems (such as WordPress) • Any prior CRM experience would be beneficial If you have any questions about this role or the organisation please contact email@example.com. Please do not under any circumstances contact the employer directly as doing so may negatively impact your employment opportunity. Application Closing date for applications is 18 July 2019, 12 noon. Please submit a CV and Cover Letter through the Adopt An Intern online application form on our website. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on the closing date. State A) your availability and B) relevant experience, demonstrating how your skills match the specific requirements of the job description. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated. Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK.
Posted 13 days ago
By Adopt An Intern
Collective is looking for an Administrator and Bookkeeper (maternity cover) to join our team. This role is an opportunity support the Collective’s small team’s day-to-day operations and office administration. Alongside the General Manager and our Accountants, the bookkeeping part of this role will focus on the day-to-day management of Collective’s finances. As Administrator, you will support the organisational functions of Collective. Main Responsibilities • Support the operations team delivering Collective’s organisational and office functions. • Day-to-day administration of Boards. • Working closely with the Director and General Manager to deliver day–to–day management of finances. • Lead on office administration. The position is maternity cover from September 2019 - June 2020, 16 hours per week. Visit our website for more information and to download the application pack.
Posted 11 days ago
We are looking for an enthusiastic ecommerce and wholesale operations assistant to join our small, friendly team in our busy studio in Leith, Edinburgh. You will be responsible for packing and fulfilling daily wholesale orders, uploading products to our website and sales platforms, managing stock levels and assisting our wholesale manager with admin and at trade shows. You should be highly computer literate with an understanding of SEO. We are looking for someone who has an understanding of our ethical business philosophy and who will champion our lovingly handcrafted artisan products. Working hours are Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Some earlier starts may be required at particularly busy times. Responsibilities - Packing and fulfilling daily wholesale orders. - Uploading and constant maintenance of product and category pages on sales platforms, including stock levels, pricing, product descriptions and images. - Ensure website content is optimised for search engines. - Assisting with wholesale admin. - Assisting at trade fairs - Must be able to travel and spend up to a week away at a time. - Stock control - Making sure all products are synced with stock control system and showing on our website accurately. - Organise warehouse and keep stock tidy, making space as stock sells and for new deliveries. - Weekly sales reporting. Skills Required - Methodical with exceptional attention to detail. - Excellent communication and copywriting skills. - High computer literacy. - Understanding of SEO. - Knowledge of Shopify/Stitchlabs is an advantage. - Ability to work with consistent speed and accuracy. About Bohemia Established in 2006, Bohemia Design is an Edinburgh based, women owned, lifestyle brand working in ethical partnership with artisans in India, Morocco, Turkey and Kenya to produce and source contemporary handmade goods with an authentic soul. From handmade leather babouche slippers to block print textiles, we use traditional craft techniques to create considered, contemporary collections. Bohemia brand products are stocked by almost 1000 fine stores and independent boutiques around the world. To Apply: Send a cover letter explaining why you would suit the role and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted 12 days ago
By Bohemia Design
We have an exciting opportunity for a highly organised and motivated individual to join our organisation. This is an exciting role within the Modern and Contemporary team, for an established contemporary art curator to contribute, at an advanced level, expertise that supports the NGS collection of contemporary art and related public programme. The post-holder will research, manage and help to develop, use and share the NGS contemporary collection, in consultation with senior colleagues. The post-holder will manage and deliver projects, such as exhibitions and displays which form a key part of the public programme, as well as research and propose acquisitions and loans. NGS has developed an exciting strategy for the coming years with clear aims for making better use of its collection, broadening its public, and strengthening connections with our audiences. It is essential to have extensive experience of organizing contemporary art exhibitions with a good understanding of the installation and display requirements of artworks created in a wide range of media.
Posted 18 days ago
By National Galleries of Scotland
We have a vacancy for an experienced Motion Graphics designer / Animator. This is a mid-level role where you will have an opportunity to take projects from concept to final delivery, working alongside live action directors, producers, programmers and researchers.
Posted 10 days ago
[ Our Need for a Product Manager ] iCoaching is a startup that is going to disrupt the coaching industry through: • offering a platform that makes it easy for people to find a skilled coach who is a good fit for them, personally, to work with. • offering a free and user-friendly path to becoming a skilled and effective coach. • offering a paradigm for coaching that connects what a coach actually does in a session with how a coachee can live better and work smarter thanks to the piece of coaching. We have done pilot-testing throughout the development of the platform and the creation of the coach training courses and by September the MVP will be complete and ready for beta-testing. We have received a By Design grant for a beta-testing project that will run from September to early 2020. We want to learn as much as we can from this process so that the next iteration of the platform can better meet users’ needs. The person we had contracted to run the beta-testing process can no longer do the work, however, so we are looking for someone new. We hope to get VC funding towards the end of the year, so there is a possibility of a full-time product manager role within the company after the beta-testing project is over. If you are an experienced product-manager yourself, or you know someone who would be right for the role, please contact us at mark@iCoaching.coach.
Posted 13 days ago
Deadline 10 August 2019
Location: Edinburgh £22,000 - £27,000 per annum (depending on experience) Full-time, Permanent (flexible hours offered) Immediate start This is a great opportunity for a communication-focused go-getter to join a dynamic team at an exciting stage of growth. This is a very much a role where you will grow with the responsibilities, making the job your own, whilst driving the brand identity of a purpose-driven Scottish startup. - The AAI team About the Company “We’re Mark and Tony and a few years ago we lost our dogs to cancer. After researching potential cures online, we discovered that the processed food our dogs had eaten their whole lives may have actually caused their illness. We knew something had to be done to educate other dog owners and protect their pets before it was too late. So we rolled up our sleeves, dug into natural dog diets and started making the best raw dog food available anywhere in the country. Bella and Duke is a raw and natural pet food brand which was launched in 2017 and ships more than 140,000 meals a week from their base in Blairgowrie. Bella and Duke’s mission is to help as many pets as possible to get off processed foods and onto a healthy, species-specific raw diet.” Learn more about the motivation behind Bella and Duke in their "Our Story" video HERE. Explore Bella and Duke’s website to learn more about their products and community HERE. The Role Bella and Duke is looking for a digital-savvy Community Coordinator to take control of their online voice and build brand awareness and loyalty. You will be responsible for aligning all company communications, PR, events, social media, and marketing content to create a strong brand identity. You will interact with online fans and followers, thus developing an intimate relationship with the online & offline community. Joining a young, dynamic and supportive team of 5, your main areas and objectives will include: • Implement social media and communication campaigns across all offline/online channels • Provide engaging text, image and video content for all social media and professional accounts • Respond to online customers in a timely manner on social channels • Monitor, track and report on feedback and online reviews • Organise and manage events to boost brand awareness • Coordinate with Marketing, PR and Customer Service teams • Monitor the news and spot opportunities for reactive comments and stories • Track PR/content coverage and contribute to the coverage via social promotion • Liaising and managing relationships with influencers & social ambassadors • Any other task reasonably requested by the CMO or other Directors safe_image.png You can view full details of this role HERE. As part of this opportunity, Bella & Duke will offer you the following benefits: • Work from home or the Edinburgh HQ with occasional travel to Blairgowrie. • Personal development training courses • £22k - 27k salary DOE p.a. + bonus • 28 days holidays • Discounted pet food for your dog or cat There is tremendous potential for professional progression, and a contract and salary review is expected after a 6-month probationary period. Requirements The ideal person for this role will be an enthusiastic graduate in Marketing or a relevant degree with demonstratable work experience in online community communications or similar role. You should be a digital-native, interested in learning and always keeping up to date with the latest trends and social platforms. The following are essential for the role: • The awareness and ability to feedback themes or movements in public opinion or activity to management (to keep us ahead of the curve, e.g. getting rid of plastics) • Experience launching community initiatives (e.g. building an online forum, launching an ambassador program, creating an event series and writing an email newsletter) • Ability to identify and track relevant community metrics • Excellent verbal communication skills • Excellent writing skills • Hands on experience with social media management for brands • Ability to interpret website traffic and online customer engagement metrics • Knowledge of online marketing and marketing channels • Attention to detail and ability to multitask Preferable but not essential: • A dog or cat owner/lover In the first 6 months, you will spend your time working from the Edinburgh office to learn the ropes but thereafter some home working can be arranged. You will join an experienced and supportive team. Bella and Duke are particularly interested in meeting people who share their vision and values around helping pets live happy and healthy lives. If you have any questions about this role or the organisation please contact email@example.com. Please do not under any circumstances contact the employer directly as doing so may negatively impact your employment opportunity. Application Please don't delay in applying as candidates will be considered on a first-come-first-served basis. Please submit a CV and tailored Cover Letter through the Adopt An Intern online application form by clicking “Apply” on our website. Examples of what we like to see in a cover letter can be found HERE. All applications must be submitted by 12 noon on the closing date. In your Cover Letter, please state: A) your availability and B) relevant information on your skills/experience pertaining to the job specifications. We do NOT accept email applications unless otherwise stated. Successful candidates must, by the start of the employment, have permission to work in the UK.
Posted 4 days ago
By Adopt An Intern
Capital Theatres is seeking a Chief Executive who can build on the organisation’s significant commercial and artistic achievements of the last decade. The Board of Capital Theatres is seeking a Chief Executive to succeed Duncan Hendry when he retires later in the year. The Board wishes to recruit an outstanding individual who can build on the organisation’s significant commercial and artistic achievements of the last decade and will lead our theatres through the next exciting phase of development. Capital Theatres is the largest independent theatre organisation in Scotland, the Edinburgh home to Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera and operates key venues for many of the Edinburgh Festivals. We stage over 600 performances each year, at the Festival Theatre (1,900 seats), the King’s Theatre (1,300 seats) and The Studio (155 seats) in a broad and inclusive programme featuring the very best in drama, dance, musical theatre, live music, comedy and pantomime. During the summer months our stages are at the heart of the Edinburgh Festivals in the world’s leading festival city. The Festivals provide a focus for pioneering new voices and artforms and a celebration of artistic collaboration that continues throughout the year. We support equal access to the arts for everyone through an extensive learning and participation programme of events that develop engagement and interest in all areas of live performance and the heritage of our buildings. The ideal candidate for the Chief Executive position will be an experienced and motivational leader within the performing arts or commercial entertainment industries, with a proven track record of running a successful business with a significant turnover and a large team. They will have strategic and financial planning ability, commercial acumen, entrepreneurial flair, sound judgment and excellent interpersonal skills. An exceptional communicator, confident in operating effectively at the highest political levels, the new Chief Executive will demonstrate a strong commitment to collaboration and partnership working and to widening access to the arts. Knowledge of theatre product, experience in contract negotiation, and a network of appropriate contacts within the theatre or entertainment industries are essential to succeed in this role. With the planned redevelopment of the King’s Theatre underway, a proven track record in capital fundraising is also desirable. Location: Edinburgh City For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com), or call +44 (0) 1728 660026., or visit https://www.capitaltheatres.com/about/jobs The deadline is Friday 30 August 2019 at 17:00.
Posted 5 days ago
By Capital Theatres