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KTP - Media Associate (Fixed Term)

Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Location:  Off Campus
Salary:   From £18,000 to £21,000 per annum
Closing Date:   Monday 25 February 2013
Interview Date:   Wednesday 13 March 2013
Reference:  EL1079

This post has been created as a result of an exciting and innovative Partnership in Knowledge Transfer scheme (PiKT) between Cable Telecommunications Training Services Ltd (CTTS) and the School of Media at the University of Lincoln. The project aims to develop the company’s new media capability in areas that include: e-marketing, supplementary training aids, e-learning, and investigate novel delivery and distribution approaches.

The KTP associate will be employed by the University of Lincoln for 12 months but will be based at CTTS in North Hykeham, Lincs and subject to their employment practices and conditions of work. The successful candidate will be supervised both by CTTS and the School of Media at the University of Lincoln.

CTTS provides commercial telecommunications training across a large range of related disciplines including: Home networking, Broadband, Networking, Data-Communications, Health and Safety, First Aid at Work, etc. Although courses are open to the public, most students are either funded by their employer (i.e. BT) or arrive as part of the Armed Forces resettlement scheme.

The project would provide CTTS with a way of developing in-house skills related to new media production would allow CTTS to develop business via delivery of e-learning packages in new areas.

The project will aid the development of the production of rich media, including video, managing and distributing rich media content as well as developing rich media learning aids for existing course delivery. 

A key part of the role will be to develop an e-marketing strategy, making use of social media, and rich media content.

We are looking for a media-savvy graduate with an interest in marketing. The candidate will need the following skills:

  • Experience of filming and editing non-fiction films/videos
  • Knowledge of web-streaming and video podcasting technology
  • Knowledge and understanding of using social media for marketing
  • Ability to develop blended rich media content
  • Be able to develop documentation in relation to media production work
  • Understanding of e-marketing strategies and marketing communications

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

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