Graduate Marketing Executive in London

Graduate Marketing Executive

Job description

Description

iwoca is breaking down the barriers that stop Europe’s 20 million small businesses from accessing finance. Traditional bank loans have slow application processes, inflexible terms and burdensome criteria. In contrast, we use cutting-edge technology to offer flexible access to credit with a five minute application process and a decision in hours.

Since 2012, we've made finance available to over 50,000 businesses across Europe and lent over £1 billion. Our customers include everything from cafés to car dealers, salons to solicitors. Along the way we have built a sophisticated technology platform, won numerous awards and grown a fun, and vibrant team.

However, we’re still near the start of our journey – our aim is to finance a million small businesses within a decade and so we need more smart, hands-on people to help us reach this goal.

We work hard to make iwoca a place where everyone feels welcome, where you can confidently be yourself. We understand that diversity isn't an optional add-on, it's the core ingredient of what makes us great.

Requirements

You will:-

  • Run performance marketing campaigns to bring more small business customers to iwoca across the UK and DE markets.
  • Plan and execute performance marketing campaigns for acquiring small business customers across digital and offline channels - especially on Paid Search (Google) and Direct Mail
  • Analyse campaign performance, understand drivers of ROI, identify learnings and opportunities to optimise
  • Optimise and streamline - for example by improving conversion rate through messaging and targeting, automating processes etc
  • Become an expert in the customer decision journey by analysing internal and external data
  • We're looking for:-

  • Graduate from a top uni, experience in quantitative marketing / strategy consulting a plus.
  • Strong analytical skill set: confident with drawing insights from complex datasets and forming data-driven arguments
  • Resourceful and great at project management: unafraid to tackle new challenges, breaking down complicated projects into simple steps, organising and rallying stakeholders to make progress in a smooth and timely way
  • Team player: enjoys working with others, cross pollinating ideas and learnings within and across teams
  • Driven, hard working and uncompromising in delivering high quality results in tight timelines
  • Excited about helping small businesses thrive
  • Benefits

    What’s life like as an iwocan?

    We all enjoy:

  • Bright, modern office spaces in Covent Garden & Leeds. We have always supported flexible working however during the current pandemic the majority of iwocans are working from home. We have taken every precaution to keep our offices COVID-19 secure for those that need to use them.
  • A calendar of ‘remote friendly’ events each week including Bingo, Comedy Nights, Escape Room challenges
  • Two company retreats a year (in places like the French Alps or Spanish seaside)
  • Pool, ping pong, foosball tables and tournaments
  • Virtual Yoga classes every Tuesday and Thursday morning
  • An ever-growing number of clubs including climbing, chess, football and boxing
  • Plenty of drinks and snacks in our office kitchen
  • Just for you:

  • Medical insurance from Vitality, including discounted gym membership
  • We take your well being incredibly seriously, so you’ll have instant access to emotional and mental health support services via our partner Spill
  • Share options
  • Enhanced maternity and shared parental leave
  • A workplace nursery tax benefit scheme. Save £££ on your nursery costs.
  • 25 days holiday per year and an extra day off on your birthday
  • All the equipment you need to set up your home working space up
  • Paid volunteering time for you to support your chosen charity
  • Bring your dog to work days, we’re dog friendly on Tuesday and Thursdays in our London office.
  • Extra leave if you want to travel or study
  • Special celebrations for anniversaries and long service including sabbatical
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Cycle-to-work scheme
  • And to make sure we all keep learning, we offer:

  • L&D budget including a book budget to encourage you to keep learning
  • Company-wide talks with internal and external speakers
  • A calendar of meetups we host at our office
  • Access to learning platforms like Treehouse if you want to learn to code.
  • Extra information

    Status
    Open
    Education Level
    Other
    Location
    London
    Working hours per week
    4 - 40
    Type of Contract
    Casual / Part Time Jobs
    Published at
    27-01-2021
    Profession Sub-category
    Customer Service
    Full UK/EU driving license preferred
    No
    Car Preferred
    No
    Must be eligible to work in the EU
    No
    Cover Letter Required
    No
    Languages
    English

    London | Customer Service Jobs | Casual / Part Time Jobs | Other

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