*APPRENTICESHIP* Digital Marketer Apprentice
Rush Green Campus

Job reference: 000203

Location: Rush Green Campus

Closing date: 14/08/2021

Interview Date: Not specified

Salary: £12,000 – £14,750 per annum

Employment type: Apprenticeship

Department: Department -Marketing & Communications

Hours per week: 36

Digital Marketing Apprentices

Start your journey – earn while you learn

Do you love all things digital, have a can-do attitude and enjoy using and monitoring social media channels? If yes, you are ready to take the first steps into your future with a Digital Marketing apprenticeship at Barking & Dagenham College.

You will get the opportunity to execute digital marketing activities including setting up and monitoring the performance of social media campaigns, growing our social media channels etc.

You will work with our Digital Marketing Lead to build email marketing campaigns, look at Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and UX on our BDC and ELiOT websites, and make improvements and recommendations. You will get the opportunity to create new Google Ads Remarketing, Search and Display campaigns and monitor performance to maximise return on investment ROI.

We know how important it is for you to have rounded skills, so you will also get the opportunity to develop some cool content creation skills.

Our Values

What are our values?

We are:

  • Learner Focused- ensuring they are at the heart of everything we do;
  • Respectful- valuing and treating all fairly as individuals;
  • Passionate- demonstrating energising, engaging and inspiring all to achieve their potential;
  • Collaborative- always working together to achieve excellence and growth;
  • Excellent- in learning, teaching and assessment, the key to our success.


If you are passionate about success and want to develop yourself as a Digital Marketing Apprentice, then we want to hear from you!

Click on the link below to submit your application!

Previous applicants need not apply*

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*Please note, that we have the right to interview candidates before the application deadline*


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