Marketing Administrative Assistant
The Openside Group are seeking a Marketing Assistant and Administrator to join our team to assist with marketing activities, to help with the design of our training programme materials and to undertake other general administrative tasks as required.
The ideal candidate will have an eye for detail, a flair for design and excellent Microsoft Office skills – particularly PowerPoint.
Marketing experience – particularly digital marketing – is preferred but not essential.
Experience within a professional services firm is preferred but not essential.
Members of the Openside team enjoy good company, free parking, the sounds of cricket in the Summer and bacon sandwiches on a Friday (vegetarian options are available).
This is a part-time position – with flexible hours – based in our office in Tattenhall, near Chester, UK.
For the right applicant, we are very happy to negotiate hours to suit, or to discuss the potential of a ‘Full-time’ position.
To apply, please submit a copy of your CV along with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to email@example.com
Should you have any questions about the role, please use the form on this page.
We’re looking for professionals who can join our existing team of tutors to deliver our development programmes.
Our clients include some of the world’s leading consulting and professional services firms and also global organisations looking to adopt the best practices and behaviours from the world of professional services.
As such, we’re quite discerning about who we take on. All our current tutors are former consultants from top-tier consulting and professional services firms including: Arthur D Little, Booz Allen Hamilton, CSC, Deloitte, KPMG, PA Consulting and PwC.
You’ll need to have extensive professional experience in management consulting, law or accounting at senior manager level or higher, preferably with a blue-chip international firm. It’s critical that you have the right level of experience and educational background, as well as first-class people development skills.
The programmes you’ll deliver typically consist of a mix of presentations, individual and team coaching, group workshops, role playing and case studies. Consulting, tutoring, training development and coaching skills are essential. While you would work primarily in delivery, an ability to help nurture existing client relationships and cultivate new business opportunities would be an advantage.
We have very exacting standards, but we also want the best for our team. We take as much pride in our open, friendly culture as we do in our professional excellence. Many of our tutors — like many of our clients — have been with us for years.
If you think you might fit in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org