Creative graduate and digital media enthusiast with nearly three years’ of experience in a broadcast media consultancy.
I assist in the Faculty of Science Marketing department with a variety of tasks, including proof-reading editorial copy, writing and editing student handbooks, creating email newsletters and data collection and analysis.. This role gives me further experience of writing and editing to an inhouse style, strict time-management and working within a team. Programs used: Microsoft Publisher, Word, Excel, Access. Dotmailer, Fotoweb.
I worked to execute and monitor Farncombe’s marketing plan, liaising with the Marketing Director. My main tasks included creating editorial content to promote Farncombe in print and on the web, managing the Farncombe website and social media accounts, communicating effectively with staff of all levels in order to produce internal marketing materials, taking the lead in organising event attendance and sponsorship. In this role I successfully started an internal company newsletter and initiated a new corporate branding strategy. This role challenged me to learn on my feet and be proactive in improving my marketing and communications skills. Programs used: WordPress CMS, Adobe Photoshop, Mailchimp, Twitter, LinkedIn, Microsoft Word and Powerpoint.
I worked on a project creating a new platform for academic content, primarily copywriting and editing content, researching discussion topics, sourcing images, liaising with the development team to test and improve the UX/UI, contacting potential stakeholders and maintaining a good relationship with our client. I also undertook internal project management work, co-ordinating two office moves. This role gave me confidence in communicating with clients, potential stakeholders and colleagues at all levels, as well as key experience in working independently. Programs used: Microsoft Word, Powerpoint and Outlook, Redmine, various stock photo websites.
I facilitated the transfer of academic content to a new platform, ensuring that both the content and metadata were accurate with high attention to detail, and assisting with ad-hoc project-related tasks as required. Programs used: Microsoft Excel and Word, various academic websites for topic research.
During my A Levels, gap year and degree, I worked in various customer service roles to help fund myself. Jones the Bootmaker, Canary Wharf Monsoon Accessorize, Bath Rossiters of Bath The Boater pub, Bath Pink Art, Bath University of Bath (catering) These roles helped me to develop a strong work ethic and good communication skills. I am happy to share more detailed information if required.
Studying at Goldsmiths gave me a well-rounded creative education., My modules spanned literature as well as history of art and film. I also learned a lot from taking art classes and getting involved in creative projects in my spare time. My interests were in post-Victorian literature, European cinema, children’s literature and feminist discourse.