Due to the nature of the work, the diploma centre demands an ability to work well under pressure, good time management and organisational skills and a willingness to work flexible hours (occasional Saturday and evening work will be required). The job will involve assisting the Marketing Manager in the planning, development, delivery and evaluation of a busy marketing schedule. The job will also require general administrative duties as may be assigned from time to time in relation to all aspects of course delivery.
2 year fixed term contract.
Main duties and key responsibilities:
The successful candidate will carry out the following duties in line with the Society’s standards and strategic objectives and as directed by the Head of Diplomas:
Supporting the Marketing Manager to ensure implementation of marketing strategies for the Diploma Centre’s academic programmes and events;
Co-ordinate Diploma Centre events which include: open days, alumni evenings and conferral ceremonies;
Attend conferences, career/graduate fairs and expos throughout the year to promote the Diploma Centre;
Assist in the production of promotional materials and publications;
Manage invoice tracking for marketing activities;
Assist in delivering the Diploma Centre’s digital marketing strategy;
Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of all promotional activity;
Support Course Leaders in a full range of administrative activities;
Work closely with the Diploma Programme and Operations Manager to ensure implementation of best practice in relation to course administration;
Facilitating the efficient and effective use of the Society’s virtual learning environment (HUB).
Knowledge and skills:
Ability to work autonomously and in teams;
Demonstrable proficiency in using database and spreadsheet systems;
Ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks;
Strong interpersonal and ICT skills;
Knowledge of third level/professional education systems desirable.
Third level qualification or equivalent (preferred).
Remuneration and benefits:
Excellent working conditions;
Training and development opportunities.
How to apply:
If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to Recruit@lawsociety.ie.
Closing date for applications is Monday 17 June 2019 at 5pm.
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