This company has grown into a highly successful creative marketing communication group, with offices in the East Midlands and Scotland. They provide creative communication, print production, direct mail and fulfilment solutions to a wide range of organisations across several industry sectors through both traditional and new media. Their approach is especially relevant in today’s business environment. As media choice and access increase, your ability to respond quickly to market challenges is crucial. They look to develop genuine partnerships and an in depth understanding of every client’s organisation so that they can make the most effective contribution and add the most value.
Excellent opportunities for motivated and ambitious graduates to join a well-established company on their Graduate Training Scheme. Due to continued success and growth of the business our client is currently looking to recruit graduates to follow their 12-month training programme that covers all aspects of business from modern printing techniques & design through to sales, marketing & commercial business allowing successful candidates to gain a wide breadth of company knowledge.
Graduate Application Specialist TGR 2081A
This role involves the development of proof of concepts, design, development, build, test and implementation of systems to solve our clients’ business and IT problems. The successful candidate will receive training to develop an in-depth understanding of our products, offerings and services. This could involve any aspect of Application Development and Management. They may also find themselves working alongside our sales teams, providing technical project knowledge and guidance to support the work that they do with our clients. Candidates with a relevant degree (e.g. IT or Graphic design/multimedia) will be considered for this role.
The training programme will involve both practical and commercial aspects in all areas of the business.
Graduate trainees will also be required to help secure new business, by preparing tender documents for Public Sector opportunities.
Progress will be monitored by continual assessment culminating in an end of course evaluation.
HOURS OF WORK: 8.45am – 5.30pm Monday -Friday
HOLIDAY: 26 days plus bank holidays
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