We’re hiring : Marketing Coordinator Apprenticeship

We are looking for a Marketing Coordinator to join our growing team. The successful candidate will undertake a level 4 Marketing Executive Apprenticeship with JGA.

Our mission is to tackle youth unemployment, a key part of that is to help young people feel more confident in their skills and future career options. This role will focus on supporting the marketing and promotion of our services to young people, employers and the youth sector.

We are looking for someone who can share our passion for the work we do, you will be a confident communicator, personable and full of energy with a creative streak for supporting youth led projects. The ability to stay organised, coordinate multiple projects and manage your time is going to be vital in this busy role.

You will be delivering key marketing messages across social media channels as well as supporting the development of Young Professional content.

About us and the benefits of working with Youth Employment UK

We are a small but mighty team, Youth Employment UK is an independent not-for-profit organisation committed to helping young people thrive in the UK. As an employer we want to ensure all of our colleagues feel fulfilled in their roles. We will support you with internal and external training, you will get to complete a professional qualification so that you can grow your career with us and we will support you every step of the way.

We offer a friendly, supportive culture, you will have an in work mentor, regular reviews and get to enjoy all the benefits of working for a Youth Friendly Employer.

How to apply and the application process

Youth Employment UK is a Disability Confident and Youth Friendly Employer, committed to providing a fair and open recruitment process. Please let us know if you require support in applying for this role.

Please email us your answers to the following questions:

  • Tell us about yourself in three sentences
  • Prepare three tweets about the Youth Voice Census to encourage young people to complete it
  • Tell us which social media channel/s engage young people in employment focused content
  • What skills do you think will be most useful for this job?
  • Why do you think you would be good for this role?

Send your email along with your contact details to Laura-Jane Rawlings and Lauren Mistry to info@youthemployment.org.uk

Please take the time to send your application to us, make sure you visit our website and learn about Youth Employment UK where you can also read our top job application tips before applying www.youthemployment.org.uk


Applicants send through the answers to the questions outlined.

Applications reviewed by a senior staff member and a member of the Youth Ambassador Board. Each answer will receive a score and those applicants with the highest score will be invited for a telephone interview.

Ahead of telephone interviews the applicant will send in a CV. Telephone interview with a senior member of staff, discuss role in more detail and the candidates skills for the key elements. Candidates will be scored against a scoring matrix. Candidates with the top scores will be invited for a formal interview.

Formal interviews will take place at the office with two staff members and a member of the Ambassador Board. Candidates will have a 45 minute interview and be given a situational test. Each element will be scored against the scoring matrix.

References and DBS checks will be taken for successful applicants.

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For more information, please email info@youthemployment.org.uk or call 01536 513388.

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