The Scoop Weekly: 22nd of October

Hi Everyone, welcome back to The Scoop! We’ve got loads of different opportunities for you to take a peak at this week, and I hope we’ve included at least one that you’re ready to go for!

As always, I’ll be back next week with more opportunities, so stay tuned.

PART TIME DIGITAL AND MARKETING OFFICER – APPLES AND SNAKES

A big fan of poetry? Apple and Snakes is England’s leading organisation for performance poetry and spoken word. They’re currently looking for a creative and experienced Digital and Marketing Officer to join their London based team. You’ll be responsible for working on social media campaigns and building their online audience. If you’re up to the challenge, click here for more information.

GOOGLE: DIVERSIFYING THE TECH LANDSCAPE TALK

Two years ago, Google released their racial and ethnic makeup of their 20,000+ employees, posing the question, does tech have a diversity problem? This Q&A features black professionals who work in tech, discussing topics related to the issue of diversity in certain industries. Info can be found here.

MASTERING MY FUTURE: KICKTART YOUR CAREER – 2-3 DEGREES

This webinar is for individuals aged 14-25, trying to gain the tools that are attractive to the field they want to work in the future. 2-3 Degrees are delivering a series to help young creatives, partnered with Tik Tok, Google and so many more huge companies. Sign up HERE to pick a talk that will kickstart your career.

THE MARKETING ACADEMY FOUNDATION: APPRENTICE COPYWRITER AT AMAZON

If you aspire to work in copywriting, this is a great opportunity. You’ll be working at Amazon and be part of their in-house creative team. Your advertising will be seen across Europe, so get involved by clicking this link.

CONTENT WRITER: THE SOLE SUPPLIER

The Sole Supplier is looking for a talented content writer with a true passion for footwear. This person needs to have experience in producing online content. The role includes tasks such as product copy or original pieces. If you’re interested, click here.

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