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2024 TRAINEE SCHEME

NOW OPEN

ABOUT THE ONEFIFTY TRAINEE SCHEME

We’re looking for trainees to join OneFifty who absolutely love the internet, and want to start their careers working on ‘what’s coming next’. 

See all dates and how to apply below - applications close 16th February 2024 and the assessment day will take place on the 28th March 2024.
 
Please note that your application must include a response to
the questions outlined.

We’re a digital marketing consultancy, which uses data and models of behaviour to anticipate what, where, and how organisations should behave, digitally.

 

We then make that happen. 

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Let's be architects of what comes next.

You’ll be joining a dynamic and fast-paced consultancy, which is pioneering new approaches around the analysis and application of social and digital data. We were PRCA Digital Agency of the Year in 2023 and have now won over 120 awards for our work. We’ve also  been in the UK’s 100 hottest start-ups 3 years running, listed as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe by the FT.

 

Our trainees will be working across existing and prospective clients supporting a range of activities, from research, to data gathering, to strategy development, to creative production, digital media buying and influencer engagement, alongside operational support in business operations such as marketing and business development. Clients include organisations as varied as OVO, JLL, Yellow Tail wines, Toby Carvery, Harvester, Mazda and Sage.

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What we're looking for

You need to be positive, fast-paced, and curious about the way people interact. You’ll be looking to start your career, and hungry to learn and experience standout work that shapes what comes next, for all of us. 

 

We have a strong track record of people developing rapidly through the business, with several current members who lead their client accounts having started their career with us.

 

Let’s be the architects of what comes next.

Responsibilities

  • Research

  • Development of business materials

  • Content development

  • Community management

  • Social channel management

  • Paid media buying

  • Data gathering & analysis

  • Influencer identification and activation

  • Learning​

 

Skills

  • Quantitative and qualitative research skills

  • Strong interest and experience with social media platforms

  • Strong communication skills

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks at one time

More details

Job type: Full-time

Location: Central London

Start date: September 2024 onwards

Salary: £26,000

A degree is required. If you haven't attended university (and aren't enrolled currently) we run a three-month Summer Apprenticeship (May-July).Those who are successful and wish to continue their career with us, will then join the Trainee Programme detailed here. If it's of interest you can also email Colette@onefiftyconsultancy.com with your CV and clearly state you're applying for this and NOT the trainee scheme.

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What to do if you're interested?

Please submit your CV (please include individual unit grades) and a covering letter which includes answers to the following questions:

  • Why do you want to work a) in social/digital media and b) for OneFifty? (no more than 200 words)

  • What’s the biggest challenge you’ve had to overcome? (no more than 200 words)

  • What has been the most interesting or exciting development in social media over the last year? (no more than 200 words)

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Based in Soho, London, we’re a digital marketing consultancy focused on what comes next - where strategic counsel is matched with great execution to produce results that genuinely impact clients’ bottom line. We’re data-led with customer behaviours at the heart - combining digital data analysis and insight, behavioural psychology, and creative thinking.

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