Job Opportunity: Marketing Cadetship

Job Opportunity: Marketing Cadetship
May 19, 2017 Lauren Attana

eRSA is looking to offer a cadetship to a talented and enthusiastic graduate with Communications or Marketing qualifications.

Working as a member of the marketing and communications team, the Marketing and Communications Cadet will provide support to eRSA’s content marketing, event and program management, social media and marketing analytic tracking and reporting activities. Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Manager this role will support eResearch SA (eRSA) to develop, facilitate and deliver market research, outreach and awareness activities to help develop current and new markets and attract new clients.

The perfect candidate for this role will be enthusiastic, with the ability to take initiative, have a can-do, positive attitude and team orientation.

The successful candidates will gain experience in marketing, communications and event management including:

  • Assisting with the coordination eRSA’s digital marketing activities
  • Providing support on all eRSA events and training programs
  • Assisting with the coordination and administration of marketing analytics and reporting activities
  • Aiding in the development and facilitation of market research, outreach and awareness activities to help develop current and new markets and attract new clients.

eRSA’s cadetship program is a great way to get a career head start and an opportunity to gain skills and experience difficult to find elsewhere.

eRSA is South Australia’s leading research data service provider. eRSA provides “not normal IT” services to researchers in South Australia. Founded in 2007 as provider of High Performance Computing to suits the needs of physics, astronomy, climate change and genomics researchers, we have broadened our capabilities to include cloud computing, big data storage, management and analysis, software development and consultancy.

eRSA is a not-for-profit collaborative joint venture between the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and the University of South Australia.

eRSA is an innovative and dynamic workplace that provides ICT services to some of South Australia’s largest research projects. If you want to work in a cutting edge environment and help to advance innovation in South Australia we’d love to hear from you.

How to apply:

To be considered for this position apply through Seek with a resume and covering letter addressed to Sarah Nisbet.

Your cover letter should demonstrate how you would perform the Key Responsibilities and address the Capabilities and Characteristics listed in the position description.

Download a copy of the position description.

You must be an Australian Resident.

 

For more information contact Sarah Nisbet, Marketing and Communications Manager via email at sarah.nisbet@ersa.edu.au or phone 08 7228 6228.

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