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Apprentice Digital Marketer

Apprentice Digital Marketer

  • Location : Leicester
  • Wage £133 (per week)
  • Apprenticeship level : Intermediate
  • Start date : 11/09/2017
  • Closing date :
  • Working Week: Monday - Friday
  • Hours Per Week: 37

Role Details


Future Prospects

To progress within the company and onto additional qualifications

Address :

Skills Required :

Attention to Detail
Knowledge of ICT and social media Platforms
Creative Flare
Good communicator

Qualification(s) Required :

Grades A-C Maths and English GCSE


Learning Provider : Intraining

Occupation Type :

Job Role : Apprentice Digital Marketer

Expected Duration: 12 Months

Training Provided
Digital Marketer Level 3

Company Description

Company : UK Shopping Mall Limited
Company Website :

We specialise in floristry, wedding, party and garden products. We hold more than 15,000 products in stock, and distribute throughout the UK and Europe. Our primary distribution center is based in the Midlands and we serve thousands of customers from here every month. - The UKs leading online supplier of floristry supplies and florist sundries. - Shop for thousands of Wedding decorations, table decorations and wedding accessories. - Garden Furniture, garden planters, bird care and many more garden items. - More than 5,000 party related items delivered direct to your door. - Find the final touches for your party or event. - Supplying our products to the trade at trade prices.

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