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Frankfurt am Main, 06.09.2017 12:00:00

Our Marketing & Recruitment department requires, initially scheduled for 24 months, a Marketing Assistant (m/f).

Responsibilities
  • Coordinate the booking and planning process for attendance at national and international fairs and exhibitions
  • Plan and execute university open days at Frankfurt School campuses in Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg
  • Ensure that the brand image of Frankfurt School is correctly presented at all events, both online and offline
  • Support social media and online marketing activities ahead of and during events
  • Work closely with Bachelor, Masters and MBA recruitment teams, with facility management and with a range of external partners to ensure smooth event management

Requirements

This position would be ideal for a new or recent business school/university graduate with a strong interest in event management, marketing and social media.

Candidates should enjoy working in a multinational team, have a close attention to detail, exceptional planning skills and have good people skills. The successful candidate will be part of a fast-moving marketing team, working on a wide range of marketing related tasks and will be required to build and maintain relationships with multiple student, staff and external stakeholders across the university.

The successful candidate will be result-oriented and conscientious, willing to solve problems, and have the capacity for independent and responsible work. In addition, strong organisational skills, a high level of motivation, and fluency in both English and German are required.

We offer a variety of tasks in an exciting international working environment with the opportunity for professional development.

Are you interested?

Please send your application including details of your preferred start date and salary expectations by email or to:

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Frau Kerstin Schwarz
Postfach 10 03 41
60003 Frankfurt am Main

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