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Reference: 72602

Date Added: 6 September 2019
Closing Date: 5 November 2019

Job Title: Election Campaign 2019

Working For: Westminster Digital

Location: London

Salary: London

Job Details

Westminster Digital is a social media marketing agency that brings together content creation, data analysis and strategic advice. We most recently ran digital for Boris Johnson's leadership campaign.

We are urgently recruiting people to join the award winning Westminster Digital team ahead of an upcoming General Election.

We have roles available in our Production Department and our Strategy Department.

Production Department
We're looking for editors, videographers, animators and graphic designers to be based in our St. James's Park office. You will be working with MPs and candidates across the country, filming campaign videos, editing speeches into social media friendly content, and producing graphics/animations. We are looking for people with film and creative backgrounds. A showreel of previous creative work is required. Previous knowledge of politics or a degree is not required.

Strategy Department
We're looking for people interested in politics, social media marketing, data and targeting to be based in our St. James's Park office. You will be working with MPs and candidates across the country, helping to strategise and manage their election campaign. You will be trained to efficiently utilise the latest technology and data targeting to ensure key messages are reaching receptive audiences.

Our consultants are leading experts in the social media space. We advise large corporates, Prime Ministers, Secretaries of State, Ambassadors and many high profile clients worldwide. This role is suited to those with a background in PPE/Digital/Marketing/Business. Degree not required.

Closing Date: 5 November 2019

Interview/Start Dates

Urgently, applications should be sent as soon as possible.

Application Details

Email a CV and a link to your LinkedIn profile to office@westminsterdigital.co.uk

Website: https://westminsterdigital.co.uk/

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