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Digital Marketer - WAVE Bachelor's Degree Job

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Job Details

Location: Lekki, Lagos
Employment Type: Full-time

Job Description

  • Digital marketing is a newer job in the age of social media and the internet. Almost every single industry needs digital marketers in order to stay relevant in today's society.
  • The digital marketer is responsible for a large portion of the business's online presence.
  • Whether they are focused on social media or website development is up to the business.
  • Digital marketing is a term that casts a wide net and can include a lot of different responsibilities.
  • A digital marketer could become a marketing manager one day if they work hard enough.

Job Requirements

  • A Digital Marketer should have a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing or Business but they do not necessarily need to have several years of experience.
  • Must have 2-4 years work experience.
  • The digital marketer should have the ability to manage a content management system.
  • They should also be able to coordinate with the sales team in order to create marketing campaigns.

Other Requirements:

  • Content creation skills
  • Ability to create and post contents for social media and website uploads
  • Overall knowledge and skills of digital marketing and online sales platform
  • Must be sociable.

Salary
N60,000 - N80,000 / month.

Application Closing Date
30th June, 2021.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: assessments@waveacademies.org using "Digital Marketer" as the subject of the email.
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Click here to apply online

Company Description
West Africa Vocational Education (WAVE) is solving what is arguably the biggest challenge on the continent: youth unemployment. In West Africa, 40-85% of youth, more than 50 million, are either unemployed or underemployed. Meanwhile, job creation in the region is on the rise. The disconnect between work-ready youth and the employment market must be bridged.