This is a great opportunity for a self-motivated, business administration student, keen to gain hands-on experience in a busy veterinary organisation. Mentored throughout, you will assist the marketing team with various administration duties including monitoring mailboxes, data manipulation, updating the company’s website, event and travel planning. For the selected candidate, this will provide an all-round business experience and a solid foundation for anyone considering a career in this field.
Requirements Are you eligible? Are you a registered student? Or Are you eligible to participate in the Erasmus+ programme?
Benefits See website for details of all ESPA benefits. For all internships over 6 months, additional benefits will be paid. Details available at interview.
Monitoring marketing email inbox
Updating third party systems to accurately reflect practice details and requirements
Creation of spreadsheets, response forms
Event planning and co-ordination
Travel and accommodation bookings
Inputting onto finance system
Loading materials onto company intranet
Various other ad hoc administration duties as directed
Highly organised with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Proficient in Word, Excel and Powerpoint, training on other software will be provided
Ability to work both as part of a team and on own initiative
The host, established in 2011, is the UK Market leader in Veterinary care supporting over 1 million pet and livestock owners throughout the country. With more than 1000 practices, they generate over £250 million in revenue and employ more than 10,000 people. Their modern, high-tech facilities offer the best in modern day veterinary care and they invest heavily in research and development to ensure they keep pushing the boundaries of veterinary science. With further expansion planned, this ambitious company is seeking talented individuals to help them achieve their goals.
Good spoken and written English levels are required (B2 onwards)
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