Poonam Rajput

Biochemistry Graduate seeking Digital Marketing roles

Birmingham, United Kingdom
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About me

Driven toward innovation, I am adaptable and self-motivated. I am a capable content writer, with extensive knowledge of social platforms. I have a passion for social media's impact on my generation. Particular interest in event production and digital marketing. I want to take my data handling and analytical from my science background and apply them to a more creative, impactful situation.

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  • Project Management
  • Event Planning
  • Social Media
  • Social Media Management
  • Budgeting
  • Data Analysis
  • Social Media Marketing
  • People Focused
  • Leadership
  • Public Speaking

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Cancer Research UK

    Cancer Research UK

    • Charity
  • U

    University of Birmingham

    • C

      Clarity Comms

      Work history


      Social Media Marketer

      Clarity Comms

      Sep 2018
      • Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6BH, UK
      • Internship
      • - Produced content calendars for Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. - Creatively engaged with briefs to create campaign ideas for social media of various drinks brands. - Scheduled content to go out on various channels. - Wrote blog content for Clarity Comms' website, discussing various relevant aspects of social media marketing in the food and drinks industry. - Collected user-generated content and interacted with platform users who engaged with our content. - Runner for Hobgoblin Halloween spectacular live broadcast, assisting event production.


      President of BioSoc (Biosciences Society)

      University of Birmingham

      Mar 2017 - Mar 2018
      • Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2UR, UK
      • Full Time
      • A voluntary role, I coordinated and grew the BioSoc committee, at the University of Birmingham, whilst liaising with staff and the Guild of Students to ensure smooth running on the admin-side of the society. This year I aimed to increase engagement with more commuting students which was achieved, evident during our finale Easter Ball where commuting students attendance was boosted. I also aimed to create better cohesion between BioSoc and the School of Biosciences so we could work together to create content relevant to the biological sciences students. By the end of the year, we were a regular presence at Student Staff Committees in the department, and I regularly liaised with Bioscience staff. Our membership numbers were boosted by over 15% in one year through more directed initial engagement, focusing on students physically getting to know the committee as their peers through lecture shoutouts and regular socials - as opposed to a distanced relationship solely focused on Facebook. I was able to implement a brand new Family Scheme within the society to allow students of different years groups to engage with each other, creating a network of information sharing and collaboration to support each other. I collaborated with staff and committee to produce an online platform for the scheme to exist on (via Canvas), as well as a Facebook page. The scheme was awarded over £2000 funding through the Alumni Impact Scheme for the next year, allowing next year's scheme to have boosted impact on incoming and existing students.


      Social Media Secretary for BioSoc (Biosciences Society)

      University of Birmingham

      Apr 2016 - Mar 2017
      • Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2UR, UK
      • Full Time
      • This voluntary role within the committee got the name of BioSoc, at the University of Birmingham, known in the public sphere, advertising our socials and events whilst being the interface between our members on social media and the committee. I coordinated the annual BioSoc careers event by liaising with Careers Network, the committee and a range of speakers, the event was a big success and attended by over 60 people. I initiated our presence on Twitter and enhanced our existing use of Snapchat, successfully increasing the number of views throughout the year.


      Biosciences Student Ambassador

      University of Birmingham

      Jan 2016 - Mar 2018
      • Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2UR, UK
      • Freelance
      • I spoke to potential students and parents about the experiences and advantages of studying at the School of Biosciences at University of Birmingham. Additionally, conducted school and campus tours with groups of visitors, catering to the needs of those present. Responsible for clearing up or setting up spaces being used for the visit days. Represented the university at Bioscience Applicant and whole University Open Days.



      B.sc. Biochemistry

      University of Birmingham

      Sep 2015 - Jul 2018
      • Birmingham, United Kingdom
      • Activities and Societies: University of Birmingham Music Society Wind Band, Biosoc, Gymnastics, Biosciences Student Ambassador Biochemistry with specific direction towards microbiology. Modules include Membranes, Energy, and Metabolism; Microbes and Man; Molecular Basis of Bacterial Infection; Applied and Environmental Microbiology; and Experimental design- Analysis and Interpretation of Biochemical Data.


      3 Grades at A Levels (Biology, Maths, Chemistry), AS Level in English, and 12 GCSEs (8A*s, 4As)

      King Edward VI Camp Hill Girls Grammar School

      Sep 2008 - Jul 2015
      • King's Heath, Birmingham, UK
      • Activities and Societies: Training Wind Band, Show Choir, Intermediate Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Wind Quintet, Clarinet Choir - Elected House Captain from summer 2014 to summer 2015, involved in key decision making for aspects of whole school and sixth form life. Organised many house events in conjunction with fellow house captains to create a new and exciting way for classmates to have healthy and fun competition. These events included House Festival, Sports Day and cake sales/collections for charities of our choosing. - I played the clarinet in all 7 years of education there in many musical groups, due to my higher level of playing, and played in a variety of concerts and performances, as well as taking lessons, achieving grade 8 by the end of sixth form. I left the school with a number of GCSEs and A levels in Maths, Biology and Chemistry, as well as a avid interest in scientific research and music.