Titan is a provider of specialist recruitment services to the supply chain, logistics and engineering sectors, and they are looking to add a Sales & Marketing Coordinator to their team to help support the growth and development of the business.
This is a Business to Business (B2B) sales position and the purpose of the role is to raise awareness of the Titan brand, generate new business and also to make appointments for the Sales Director to attend. This is done in the following ways:
Contact businesses who have previously used their recruitment services on an ad hoc basis to explore how those relationships could be developed further
Contact businesses with no prior history of Titan, to try and secure the opportunity to provide their services to these companies
Create and publish innovative and eye catching marketing material using email marketing and Social Media, blog posts and video
Develop their social media and marketing strategy
Arrange networking events
You will use their in house system to note records of all calls, generate call backs and follow ups and also to create and send email campaigns that highlight both their service and also certain individuals who they are representing at any particular time.
You will also use email marketing packages and a number of social media platforms as well as their own company website to publish marketing material.
It is absolutely essential you have a professional telephone manner, you are IT literate.
Titan can offer flexible working hours and an opportunity to work in a growing company.
This is a sales role so there is sales targets set.
Your basic salary is £18,000 per year plus bonus which will be based on revenue and appointment numbers generated.
Interviews are being scheduled for early December and if you are interested in taking this forward you should speak with Mr McCarthy asap.
SKILLS SCOTLAND GLASGOW WILL BE A JAM-PACKED EVENT FULL OF INTERACTIVE, INSPIRING AND INFORMATIVE ACTIVITIES.
THE EVENT WILL FEATURE HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS WITH INDUSTRY EXPERTS AT THE READY TO OFFER FREE INSIGHT AND IMPARTIAL ADVICE.
ATTENDEES ARE ENCOURAGED TO VISIT AS MANY STANDS AS POSSIBLE AND TALK TO THE DIFFERENT ORGANISATIONS EXHIBITING.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT
WHAT THE FUTURE HAS TO OFFER YOU.
GET SKILLED STANDS
Get Skilled stands offer in-depth knowledge about certain industries. You can discover new talents and try a variety of different skills when you get hands-on with a Get Skilled activity.
Experts are always on hand to help as you learn something new and try work-based skills; the aim is to ensure each Get Skilled stand represents a different career sector so to promote as wide a range as possible to you, the visitors.
The Apprenticeship Theatre offers a full programme of exhibitor led seminars promoting apprenticeship options for students. Sessions will have a limited number of spaces and booked groups will be given priority to attend.
Wednesday 6 November
10:00 – 10:20
New College Lanarkshire
The Power of Observation
FA Scientific Technology (Hazard Perception) – Spot the difference. Put the powers of observation to the test as you compare two nearly identical scientific experiments and try to spot the differences – A great way to get your brain warmed up! Successfully spot a difference and you will go into a draw for the chance to win a £50 amazon voucher.
10:45 – 11:05
11:30 – 11:50
Apply Your Talent Where it Counts
Type 26 Programme Director Nadia Savage will provide an overview of BAE Systems Naval ships as a business, talk about her career journey and give an overview on our exciting projects and apprenticeship roles we have to offer starting in August 2020. A BAE systems current apprentice will also talk about their experience on the programme so far!
12:15 – 12:35
Modern Apprenticeships and The Scottish Government
The Devolved Government for Scotland has a range of responsibilities including: health, education, justice, rural affairs, housing & environment. Business Administration job roles vary, but can include booking meetings, organising travel, using electronic filing & finance systems, dealing with stakeholders, managing diaries, ordering stationery, answering phones and responding to emails.
12:55 – 13:15
Coca-Cola European Partners
13:35 – 13:55
Robert Gordon University
This session will highlight the benefits of undertaking a graduate apprenticeship by discussing real-life testimonials of current students. Come along to find out what a graduate apprenticeship is, why it might be the best option for you and how you can get involved.
16:45 – 17:05
17:15 – 17:35
Your Business and Technology opportunities after school with PwC
17:45 – 18:05
Trinity High School will be attending on Wednesday, 06 November, from 1100-1430.
The event consists of an initial 1hr interactive session from 11am. Skills Scotland have teamed up with an exciting array of talent to put on a mental health session with a difference! During the one hour show pupils will be entertained by a variety of acts and speakers including TedX speaker Jamala Osman and will experience an interactive session from the amazing Professor Til Wykes from Kings College.
Following this session, pupils will be able to wander around the exhibits and stalls and meet face to face with employers, training providers, colleges, universities and professional bodies to find out what’s on offer.
Confirmed exhibitors include: Scottish Government (Careers); NHS Careers; Royal Navy and Royal Marines; Stewart Milne Group; CITB Construction; BAE Systems; Diageo; University of Strathclyde; City of Glasgow College and Glasgow Kelvin College amongst many more.
If you are interested in attending please give your name to Mr McCarthy ASAP. Only a limited number of places are available and will be given on a first come first served basis.
We were delighted to welcome our guest speaker, Mr Anthony Hamilton from the Celtic FC Foundation to present awards at our recent Annual Upper School Awards Ceremony. Congratulations to all our wonderful pupils who were recognised for their hard work and achievements.
In pic, from left to right: Senior Dux – Maria Cruz Pupu Nguema, Mr Anthony Hamilton, Intermediate Dux – Nikita Piacentini, Sean Rooney Intermediate Sports Personality of the Year – Arran Stewart, Proxime Accessit – Giuliano Piacentini, Alexandra Stark Award- Rebecca Fleming and Head Teacher Mr Bollen.
The editor of the Scottish Catholic Observer, Daniel Harkins, visited the ‘Trinity Gazette’ where he took part in a Q & A discussing his experiences as a reporter. Pupils were given insight into the exciting world of journalism and provided with top tips on how to get their own foot in the door!
Over 40 Caritas students from Trinity High attended the Vocations Mass in Motherwell Cathedral in August. They came together along with other schools and parishioners of the diocese to pray for an increase in vocations to the Priesthood, Diaconate and Religious Life. The mass which was led by Bishop Toal was a great reflection on religious life in Scotland today.
New Material celebrates the local media industry and inspires you to learn more about the opportunities available at the new Channel 4 office in Glasgow. This event will help you develop the skills you need to kick-start your career.
Channel 4 are planning to open a new hub for Glasgow and you are invited along to their upcoming open day. Its taking place on Saturday 26th October at SWG6 – 100 Eastvale Place, G3 3QG.
On the day young people will be treated to workshops in Scriptwriting, Journalism, Marketing and others. They will also be discussing their apprenticeships, training schemes, work placements and industry experience opportunities.
If this sounds like something you may be interested in CLICK HERE to book your place.