Are you a talented, ambitious graduate, keen to carve a career in the dynamic world of experiential marketing with one of the industry’s top agencies?
Here at Because, we’re launching our first ever Graduate Talent Scheme, offering up to four lucky graduates the chance to gain six months paid work experience, with a view to offering two graduates permanent jobs at the end.
Training, Mentoring & Experience
The successful applicants will initially spend three months in our Client Account Management Team, helping devise, plan and manage roadshows, sampling campaigns and immersive events for a host of leading brands.
This will be followed by three months in the Field Services Management team, coordinating and liaising with The Staff Republic - our frontline team of 1,500 Brand Ambassadors.
Throughout the placement, you will receive training, support and exposure to different elements of the industry, and mentoring from highly experienced industry professionals.
Attitude & Ambition
Sharon Richey, CEO at Because comments: “We believe a person’s qualities are as important as their experience. We recruit on DNA, someone having the right attitude, skill-set and ambition. We’re looking for pro-active self-starters, confident communicators and honest people who are passionate about working on projects which get people talking by creating motivating experiences. ”
How do you apply?
Please send a copy of your CV along with a one page summary (word or ppt) that outlines an example of a Brand Experience campaign that you have seen, what the brands objectives were and why this campaign has successfully addressed these objectives.
Please include any additional supporting materials and send through to: email@example.com
Timings and next steps
We will have two phases of applications – one for each role.
Phase 1: Deadline 31st January 2014 (Placements start March 2014)
Phase 2: Deadline 25th April 2014 (Placements start June 2014)
Good luck to all applicants!
With nearly 30 years of marketing experience, both client and agency side, I’ve acquired a rare perspective on brands and business: I believe you have to challenge things creatively if you want to grow sales. Consumer technology is reshaping our world, and it’s only the great brands that stay on the crest.