• Sun. Jul 14th, 2024

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Mediaworks grows with a further six new recruits

Although Mediaworks expanded with eight new recruits only last month, they are continuing the hunt for the most talented individuals in the digital marketing sector. So they are delighted to welcome six new faces to the business to help grow their teams.

Jamie Roberts joined Mediaworks as a Senior Copywriter with a BA in Journalism from the University of Sunderland. Previously a content marketing executive and freelance journalist, Jamie has worked in Australia, France and Northern Ireland to bring a wealth of experience to the copywriting team.

Joining as an Outreach Strategist to help maintain link standards and secure the best online coverage for Mediaworks clients, Drew Harrison has come to Mediaworks after working as a marketing executive in both London and Australia.

With over a decade of experience and a BA in Marketing Management, David Baird has joined the company as an Account Director to help streamline the delivery process for clients. He has experience working on marketing campaigns with a number of leading brands including Nike, Barker and Stonehouse, and the NHS which he will bring to his new role at Mediaworks.

James Patefield has joined Mediaworks as a Digital Marketing Executive and will use his experience of working as a digital marketing assistant in the hospitality sector to help grow clients’ online portfolios — continuing to deliver exceptional results across their campaigns.

With the success of Mediaworks recent app developments, and to drive forward more projects, they’ve welcomed Brett Abraham to the Development team as an App Developer. With experience of working with React.js and JavaScript to name a few, he will make a great addition to the company and will work closely with other departments to help produce successful developments.

Following her studies of Graphic Design at Edinburgh College of Art, Shonagh Taylor has joined Mediaworks as a Project Manager where she will help plan the day-to-day tasks of the design and development team to amplify client delivery. Her experience does not stop there, Shonagh worked for five years as a Digital Project Manager at leading fashion company, Burberry, in London, showing a clear understanding of how the digital sector operates.

Think you have what it takes? Check out Mediaworks’ vacancies today.