This is an Apprenticeship Vacancy.

You will be employed by RHL Activdities Ltd and undertake an Apprenticeship Programme, receiving support and guidance from an experienced Assessor to help you achieve Social Media for Business qualification

Location:  Penpergwm, Abergavenny

Job Title:  Marketing & Media Apprentice

Days and Times of Work:  Monday to Friday – 8.30am to 5.00pm-                                                                        Weekend work required due to events

Salary:  National Minimum Apprentice Wage

Company Overview:  

RHL Activities Ltd, is a multi award winning company renowned for organising events within the Off road Motorsport sector for over 30 years

This is an amazing opportunity for the right candidate to work with the marketing team to develop their skills in this  area 

The role is varied Key Duties will include:

  • Working with the Marketing Team on promotion of events and the company
  • Carrying out interviews
  • Managing Social Media Accounts
  • Assisting with Content Management
  • Assisting with Video Editing
  • Assisting in updating the company websites
  • Any other tasks given by the management team

Essential Requirements:  

  •   English - GCSE  A-C
  •   Maths -  GCSE  A-C
  •  Digital Literacy

Desirable Requirements

Basic understanding of Social Media

Closing Date for Applications: 12th July 2022

Please note that applications received after the closing date may still be considered, subject to the vacancy being filled.

Interview Date: TBC

Important Information:

  • You will be contacted by telephone and email throughout the recruitment process; therefore, please ensure the contact details you provide are accurate and that you check your messages regularly.


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