Communications & Campaigns Assistant (Apprentice)

Communications & Campaigns Assistant (Apprentice)

Location: Homeworking

Deadline: 11 Mar 2021

Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week

Type of Contract: Fixed Term (18 months)

Salary: £19,577 per annum

Interview date: 22nd / 23rd March 2021

Association of Colleges is a leading membership organisation in the education sector; we exist to support colleges to do the best for their students, their staff and their communities. Colleges are brilliant, and it’s our job to make sure that everybody knows that - including politicians and the press. 

As our Communications Apprentice, you will be at the heart of everything the AoC comms team does – supporting colleges and working to tell compelling stories about how the college sector supports people, communities and the country. You’ll have the chance to learn and work on all elements of communications and marketing. One day you might be helping to convince journalists to cover a story about apprentices, and the next you might be working on a social media campaign to help young people stay active and healthy. There will be a chance for you to help attract people to our events, and you’ll get the opportunity to learn all about how to influence the government. There will be colleagues there to support you and your development every step of the way as you learn new skills and try things you may have never done before. 

We don’t expect you to be an expert in education policy, or to have had lots of experience in comms and marketing yet. All we need is for you to be enthusiastic, a team player, and willing to learn, with a relentless belief in the power of education to transform lives. We will help you develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to begin an exciting career in communications. We are lucky to have a Marketing Apprentice at AoC and you will have lots of opportunities to buddy up with them as you find your feet. 

This is an exciting time to join AoC, our campaigning work is really starting to pay off – it is being recognised by the government, we are securing more and more press coverage, and we are getting the majority of members engaged in our work. But there is still so much to do and you can help us lead the change, making a real difference for millions of people. 

Please review the full job description and person specification which outlines the role in more detail. Follow this link to find out more about what we do at AoC.

Talk to us

If you would like to have any questions regarding the role, please email careers@aoc.co.uk 

Apply

To apply, please send us your current CV along with a cover letter detailing your key skills, knowledge and experience that make you an exceptional candidate for this role, along with a completed equalities monitoring form via email to careers@aoc.co.uk  

*Please title your CV and covering letter in the following format: Forename Surname - CV and Forname Surname - Cover Letter*

Your application must be submitted and received by 23:59 on Thursday, 11 March 2021.

Please note that your equalities monitoring form will be separated from your application and will not be considered by the shortlisting panel.

Thank you for your interest in working at AoC.

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