I’m thrilled to be working with one of my favourite clients, IG, to find a Marketing Coordinator to join their ranks. If you’ve got a Marketing degree under your belt, some hands-on Marketing experience, and bring with you heaps of energy and enthusiasm, well then, this could be the gig for you. And it’s not just any old gig!
So, who are they and what do they do exactly?
IG is a global company and Melbourne’s their second largest office – with around 90 people working in the CBD. They’re a leader in online trading, so expect to get to grips with terminology around financial markets, stocks, derivatives, commodities and compliance. Don’t worry if these words sound out of your current comfort zone, we’re not expecting you to be a financial guru or mathematical genius – though I’m told there are a fair few of those on their trading floor… Rather, you’re a quick-learner and someone who can pick up new content quickly – let’s just say you’ll see this as a challenge to embrace rather than something to shy away from. If you have an interest in financial markets, I’m all ears, tell me about that in your application!
This team sticks to their mission – getting a kick from the work they’re doing, doing right by their clients and constantly learning and improving the way they operate. Although part of and supported by a global team, this role will have a focus on AU/NZ, reporting to the local Marketing Manager in Melbourne.
What’s this role all about then?
If you’re looking for exposure to every facet of marketing, this role delivers! Think social, web, content publication, events, email marketing, partnerships, sponsorship… Whilst your focus will be on the creation and management of web, campaign and social content, you will also play a broader role; assisting the wider marketing team with the creation of content across all client touchpoints and channels. This could be helping proof-read PR content, pulling together brochures/print materials or creating regular newsletters.
To be successful in this role you’ll need lots of get up and go – you’ll be confident building relationships across the business and get a kick from bringing new ideas to the table. It’s easy to talk about ‘being proactive’ and ‘adapting to change’ but what I mean by this here is knowing the right time to ask questions, putting your hand up for help and coming together with the team to solve a problem.
Sounds like you? You know what to do.Apply Now