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Design & Marketing Assistant - Dublin

Design and Marketing Assistant

Dublin

Serving the Hair and Beauty trade since 1954, we are a family business with a highly successful reputation based on the expertise of our staff and the industry leading service we provide to customers supplying brands such as Keune, L’Oréal, Wella and OPI.

We’re seeking a social media savvy marketing assistant to join our team in Dublin to assist with designing, planning and executing marketing activity for Capital Hair & Beauty Ireland.

Job Description:

The bulk of the role will involve producing high quality artwork for marketing materials, and the day to day running of selected social media channels. Other elements will include:

  • Creating blog and digital content
  • Promote the Keune brand and training courses through marketing content
  • Measuring and analysing the effectiveness of marketing campaigns
  • Book training courses at academies and assist with course content and information
  • Attend trade shows and exhibitions when required.

Who we’re looking for:

Ideally you need to be educated to degree level in a marketing-related subject.

Our star candidate will have excellent attention to detail, be numerate, and be a confident user of a range of social media channels. They will also have their finger on the pulse of current hair and beauty trends, and be prepared to demonstrate what they know.

Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Excel, word and PowerPoint, InDesign and Photoshop is a requirement for the role, and whilst knowledge of Adobe Premier and Hootsuite is not, it would be an advantage.

If you would like to progress and develop your career with a successful entrepreneurial company then visit our website www.capitalhairandbeauty.co.uk for details of how to apply.

Capital processes Job Applicant’s data within the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

For the recruitment of this role the Company is not basing decisions on automated decision making.

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