Marketing Jobs Leeds Graduate
Marketing Jobs Leeds Graduate, The primary purpose of the role is to work with the Communications Team to deliver a range of Marketing Communications activities in order to grow the business, increase brand awareness and increase customer value.
Channels include both online and offline, such as social media, digital communications, internal comms, customer comms, website, events, PR, partnership marketing, and sales collateral.
This role will ensure that we are using communications to reach and engage with our key audiences, and support business growth by enabling the sale of new charger schemes and an increase in charger usage.
|Post Name||Marketing Executive|
|Company Name||EQUANS UK & Ireland|
|Expected Salary||GBP 20000 To GBP 22000 Per Year|
|Address||London, England, United Kingdom EC1A|
What will you deliver?
- Manage the development and delivery of communications campaigns and activities
- Support and work with the Senior Marketing Communications Executive to deliver the marketing strategy
- Work with the Senior Marketing Communications Executive to evolve the GeniePoint and EQUANS EV Solutions brands and increase brand profile
- Deliver engaging customer communication and acquisition campaigns, on time and within the agreed budget
- Write, build and deliver customer communications for online and offline channels, including email, website, and printed collateral
- Manage content on the website and develop digital marketing to increase website performance
- Monitor competitor marketing activity and produce regular tracking reporting
- Achieve communication targets (as agreed, including reach, leads, sales, engagement, and web visits).
What can we offer you?
On offer is a salary of £25,000, dependent upon skills and experience as well as a benefits package, which includes;
- Home working supported
- Pension Scheme
- 24 days annual leave (+ public holidays)
- Life Cover is equivalent to a 1-time annual salary
- 24/7 Employee Assistance Program and access to mental wellbeing app
- Employee discount shopping schemes on major brands and retailers
- Gym membership discounts
- Cycle-to-work scheme
- A broad range of learning opportunities, such as professional qualifications, collective/individual training, and personalized support programs
|Education Required||University Degree|
|Schedule Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
Who are we looking for?
- University degree, or equivalent
- Marketing Qualification preferred (Chartered Institute of Marketing or recognized equivalent)
- 3+ years experience in managing and delivering marketing communication campaigns
- Experience in campaign delivery in a B2C and B2B market across multiple channels including digital
- Excellent communication skills and stakeholder management
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to adapt to change quickly
Who are we?
EQUANS is a market leader in the sector with 74,000 employees leveraging 200 years of expertise. With revenues of €12 billion, EQUANS is present in 17 countries – mostly across Europe, but also with significant interests in North America, Latin America, and Australia.
In the UK, & Ireland, all of ENGIE’s activities in technical services & facilities management, energy efficiency, and regeneration are now part of EQUANS. The new entity also includes specialist energy-related capabilities: smart buildings, green mobility, district & embedded energy, and decentralized renewables.
EQUANS is an autonomous business within ENGIE Group – with its own dedicated management team and operating structure to help further accelerate growth and service performance.
EQUANS supports its customers by mobilizing its expertise to provide low-carbon energy solutions, offer cutting-edge technical and FM services, and transformative regeneration in the UK & Ireland. From homes to cities, hospitals to the heart of government, offices to industry.
EQUANS empowers transitions both for today and tomorrow.
If this role is of interest to you, please click below to register, apply and track your progress! A member of our Resourcing Team will review your application and be in touch.
For more information about EQUANS, please visit:
For this role, you must have evidence of the right to work in the UK. There is no relocation package with this job role. EQUANS does not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, color, religion, disability, or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. Certain roles may require applicants to undergo a Disclosure check, as noted in the role requirements.
The EQUANS Resourcing Team supports this job advert. Agency involvement is not required. All related inquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to EQUANS Managers.
Interview Question Answer
1. Tell me about yourself.
What they’re really asking: What experiences have prepared you for this marketing role?
This question is among the most popular icebreakers across all interview types. It’s an effective starting point in any conversation, but more importantly, it offers an opportunity to start shaping the conversation in the way that feels most beneficial to you.
As you approach answering this question, think like a marketer: What story do you want to tell about yourself, and what is the most effective starting point for that story?
Think about the skills you’ll want to highlight throughout this interview, and talk about your past experiences as they relate to those skills. It’s okay if you didn’t use those skills in a direct marketing capacity. This open-ended question gives you space to draw those connections yourself.
2. Why are you interested in a career in marketing?
What they’re really asking: Why are you here?
Ground your past experiences in the present by offering a picture of your goals as they relate to this position. Think about the skills you hope to develop throughout your marketing career. What is it about those skills that feel exciting or important to you? And how do you hope to sharpen those skills in this role?
Try to stay focused on your short-term goals—the things you hope to accomplish in this particular role—but don’t shy away from connecting them to your long-term ambitions if that feels important to you.
3. What is a marketing trend or campaign you liked?
What they’re really asking: What do you think makes a “good” marketing campaign, and how can you bring those techniques to our company?
This question seeks to gauge how well your taste aligns with the company’s taste and to understand how you judge a marketing campaign’s success. Approach it genuinely and analytically.
As you answer this question, consider the campaigns you have reacted positively to from the standpoint of both the consumer and the marketer. What was it about that campaign that worked for you?
But don’t stop there. The most crucial part of this question is to assess how you might apply those positive attributes to future campaigns with this company (especially if the brand you’re highlighting is vastly different from the company you’re interviewing with). Show that you’re excited about the marketing techniques rather than the campaign’s subject matter.
4. What do you think of our recent marketing campaign?
What they’re really asking: What value can you add to our marketing team?
Another two-pronged question, take this as an opportunity to show off that you (A) did your research on the team, and (B) have thought about the perspective you are prepared to add.
Entering this question with an awareness of the recent campaigns is crucial. As you prepare for the interview, take note of the company’s recent activity, or if it’s a marketing firm, the recent activity of their clients. Did they launch a new product? Was there a social media push surrounding any specific offerings?
Consider what aspects of those campaigns you felt connected well with their target audience, and support your assessment with the metrics you have access to, like social media ‘likes’ and ‘shares.’
5. How do you manage the launch of a new product?
What they’re really asking: What knowledge do you already have, and where do you stand to grow?
Here, the focus turns toward your workflow and how you implement the skills you’ve highlighted. This is your time to really show off your expertise.
Be sure to highlight how you approach a campaign from the early stages of ideation through post-event debriefing and long-term marketing plans. Wherever possible, call upon specific examples from your past experiences. Point out successes you’ve had—including times you’ve successfully improved your processes—and any reasoning that guides you through your process.
Additionally, mention the parts of the process that you tend to enjoy the most, and the areas you are working to gain more experience in. This will offer your interviewer more insight into your goals. This might also be a good time to ask whether this role will allow you to flourish in the areas you enjoy, and grow the skills you are hoping to enhance.