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Social Media & Content Intern

Job Description: We’re looking for a passionate Social Media and Content Intern to join our Brand Marketing Team. Working with our Social Media and Content Manager you will...

Company: FitFlop
Location: London

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Executive Producer, Panorama

Job Description: Job Introduction Panorama is unique. It is the BBC’s flagship current affairs brand and needs to tell stories of real importance in an imaginative, popular...

Company: BBC
Location: London W1A

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Signaller

Job Description: You will benefit from attending a 12 week residential signaller training course followed by a period of supervised on the job training and the opportunity to...

Company: Network Rail
Location: Petersfield

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Receptionist

Job Description: We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and organised Receptionist/Administrator to join our team at Lakeside View. The successful candidate will be a...

Company: Priory Group
Location: West Midlands

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Reporter/Producer

Job Description: Benefits- We offer a competitive salary package, a flexible 35-hour working week for work-life balance and 26 days holiday with the option to buy an extra 5...

Company: BBC
Location: Glasgow G51

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Office Manager

Job Description: We’re looking for an outgoing, organised and intelligent individual who’s keen to establish themselves at our award-winning social media marketing agency in...

Company: Populate Social
Location: Cardiff

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