Digital Communications Apprentice
Digital Communications Apprentice
Junior Content Producer/Brand Marketing Executive
Direct Line Reports:
Hybrid working, Home & Fora, 33 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 0DQ
The British Fashion Council (BFC) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to further the interests of the British fashion industry and its designer businesses by harnessing and sharing collective knowledge, experience and resources of the sector. Formed in 1983, the BFC is funded by industry patrons, commercial sponsors, and the government including the Mayor of London and the ERDF. It leads the industry through creative influence and is strategically repositioning British fashion in the global fashion economy.
The BFC encourages a culture which empowers, values, nurtures, supports and rewards its employees and promotes a positive environment with a focus on team collaboration and open communication.
The BFC is committed to being an Equal Opportunities Employer. Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. They’re more than just words. We are inclusive. We celebrate and champion multiple approaches and points of view. We believe diversity drives innovation. So together we’re building a culture where difference is valued.
Our commitment to inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity, and experience drives us forward every day internally and externally. Everyone is welcome, as an inclusive workplace the BFC encourages our employees to bring their true self to work and we commit to develop your skills and advance your careers in a culture of creativity.
The BFC is looking for an enthusiastic apprentice to assist the marketing team with creative campaigns, branding, photography and ad hoc requirements.
- Supporting the team by maintaining working project plans and asset timelines Updating critical paths and schedules Collating content, approvals and artworking via email and telephone Proof reading and cross checking Creating presentations for internal and external use Distributing official logo artworks and brand guidelines to third parties, ensuring best use Organising photography schedules and archiving Requesting and managing photographer accreditation for access to catwalk shows
- Monitoring printed collateral and maintaining stock levels during events General office admin - booking couriers, mail merges, filing content on the server etc.
- Strong communicator, both verbally and in written form Organised, calm and employs a methodical approach to work in a busy, high-pressure environment Self-motivated and takes initiative Enthusiastic with an eye for detail Maintains a positive attitude and develops strong working relationships with colleagues and clients Computer literate including Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint & Word) Adobe (Photoshop, InDesign & Illustrator) skills also preferable
Salary and Benefits
- Job type: Apprenticeship
- 25 days annual holiday
- Standard company working hours, flexibility required during events, exhibitions, etc.
How to Apply
To qualify for an apprenticeship course, the following criteria must be met:
- be aged 16+ at the time of enrolment be a citizen of the UK or have lived in the UK for the past three consecutive years as an EEA not already hold a qualification at level 4/foundation degree/HNC or above in the same area that you wish to study