This week there are a number of digital vacancies based in Manchester and Yorkshire.
All these and more can be found on the Prolific North Jobs Hub, which features a wide selection of job listings across the digital, tech, media and marketing worlds that are either remote, hybrid or office-based. Take a look to see all the jobs on offer this week.
theEword is looking for a digital marketing manager to take a hands-on role in the delivery of key client campaigns.
With sensible hybrid-working and flexitime policy, you can be in the Manchester office when you want, or work remotely when it makes sense.
You’ll be supporting senior marketing managers to help with reporting and content production, as well as creative ideas and strategy.
You should have at least two years digital agency experience, or as part of an in-house tea, where you’ll have picked up knowledge of multichannel digital campaigns across disciplines such as SEO/PPC, organic and paid social media, influencer marketing, video and inbound/content marketing.
Bolser is seeking a digital designer to work on UI/UX and customer centric digital design for clients ranging from Microsoft and Xbox to AIG, Taco Bell and The Football Foundation.
This role is based at Bolser’s Leeds office, with an optional two days a week working from home. There are also flexible start and finish times.
You should have 1-3 years of agency experience in digital design and proficiency with tools including Figma, Sketch, Adobe CC suite. While no coding is required, you should have a good understanding of the technical side of digital – HTML, CSS.
Amongst other things, your job will be to produce high quality designs, creating wireframes, storyboards, user flows and sitemaps and effectively communicate design ideas and user experience to clients and the wider team.
Joining Sheffield Hallam University’s Digital Experience team, you’ll be responsible for managing the organisations’ CMS – Sitecore.
The idea candidate will have hands-on technical skills as well as the ability to lead a team, work collaboratively with marketing colleagues, digital technology services colleagues, stakeholders across the University as well as external suppliers.
You should have experience in working in agile methodology; have leadership skills and experience in building and managing successful, high performing individuals and teams.
In addition, you should have significant experience with product lifecycle development and processes; experience in managing design systems, front-end code and working with CMS platforms.