Conference Oxford Graduate Internship: Marketing & Enquiries Assistant

Are you interested in developing a career in marketing and events? Conference Oxford, the official venue-finding service for the collegiate University of Oxford, based at Pembroke College, is looking for a dynamic, friendly intern to assist with our enquiry and marketing activities.

We are the central enquiry point for anyone looking to hold an event at the collegiate University of Oxford; be it a conference, a meeting, a product launch, a party, a dinner or a wedding reception. We handle over 3000 enquiries a year, so this would be a valuable learning opportunity for anyone seeking experience in events, marketing and communication.

Over 12 months, you will work closely with the Enquiries and Marketing Administrator to assist with every aspect of the service Conference Oxford offers its clients. You will also help to organise, promote and deliver a series of marketing activities such as: exhibitions and familiarisation trips.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with the prestigious University of Oxford, offering genuine experience in our centrally-located Oxford office.

The ideal candidate would be a conscientious, outgoing people-person who will fit in well with our friendly busy team.

Salary £19k, generous holiday allowance, pension and lunch provided.

To apply, please complete the application form below and send it with a copy of your CV and a covering letter explaining why you consider yourself suitable for this position, any relevant experience you have, and what you hope to gain from the 12-month internship by 5pm on Friday 28th September.

Applications should be sent to Marie O'Connor, Conference Oxford, 1 Littlegate Street, Oxford OX1 1QG.

 

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 Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form - The completion of this form is voluntary, but appreciated.

 Policy statement on the recruitment of ex-offenders

Pembroke College is an equal opportunities employer. It welcomes diversity amongst its staff and students and all reasonable adjustments will be made to the recruitment process, working arrangements and/or environment to accommodate applicants with any form of disability.

Please let us know if you believe there are any reasonable adjustments we should be making to assist you with your application. If you feel that you have a disability which may affect your application, please let us know. Please also let us know of any reasonable adjustments that we would need to make for you to attend an interview.