YOTEL London HQ
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About the Job
With 22 properties in sought-after locations globally, YOTEL is for people on the move. People who are experiencing, doing and achieving; Non-Stop. From buzzing cities to bustling airports YOTEL exists to challenge the status quo of the hospitality industry and deliver a different experience for guests through smart design, creative technology and awesome people. YOTEL is the pit stop for the Non-Stop.
As a fast-growing company we are looking for a creative marketing and communications intern to help support the team with building YOTEL brand awareness and activating our regional marketing activity.
About the role
The Marketing Executive is a new and pivotal role in the marketing team. You'll be responsible for supporting the marketing, PR and partnerships plans for all managed hotels in the portfolio. At an exciting time of growth for the company, you'll work alongside the brand, sales and digital teams to define and deliver marketing tactics that increase brand awareness. You'll be responsible for supporting the success of our owned and earned channels supporting hotels, food & beverage, meetings & events and new openings.
You will sit within the commercial organisation and work closely with brand and ecommerce, as well as external partners and agencies, to improve and measure hotel channels.
You are a team player who lives the YOTEL brand values of being Authentic, Creative and Smart in all you do.
What we are looking for
- Qualification(s) in journalism, marketing, PR, hospitality, and business is an advantage but not essential.
- 2+ years of relevant Marketing / PR experience.
- Experience working with consumer brands and project management experience.
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop and InDesign).
- Demonstrate excellent written English skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft 360 software.
At The Hidden Market we're committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, read our policy here. We inform clients that candidates should be evaluated on merit of their skills, experience and commercial attributes in relation to the role, and not background, disability, race, age, gender, sexual orientation, education, or any other discriminatory factor.