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A second-round interview shows you have met the core job requirements, you have successfully demonstrated you want the job and they are interested in hearing more from you. It is also pretty standard for more competitive roles and it is where the real vetting happens.   Make sure you take it seriously. It is a great sign to get a second interview, but it does not confirm getting the job. The company will want to get to know you better and find out which candidates will be the best fit.   Read on for our tips on what to expect and how to prepare for your second interview.

#1 New, or More Interviewers

It's not unusual for different people to be interviewing you in a second interview. So, make sure you inquire about who will be interviewing you. Then, you can look up your interviewers as part of your interview prep, use the company website or Linked In to find out a little about their backgrounds. This can be really helpful in coming up with specific questions to ask.  Employers are impressed when a candidate has done their research.  

#2 Expect More In-Depth Questions

When it comes to your second interview, you should expect a more in-depth discussion. You will likely talk about how you will operate in the role and you should prepare new questions to demonstrate your deeper level of research.  New questions are particularly important if you are meeting with the same interviewer, so use your first interview as a jumping off point. Is there something you wished you'd brought up or a question you wish you'd answered differently? Review your notes from your first interview and see where you can expand. Think about what the role requires and make sure you have plenty of example s which demonstrate why you are the best person for the role.

#3 Show you Fit In With Company Culture 

Try to take cues from the interviewer regarding how casual or formal you should be. In today's competitive environment, much of your second-round success comes down to how well you will fit in as well as your competence for the role!  With new interviewers and unknown personalities, you might be nervous but there is no reason to stress. Just relax, be yourself and use what you've learned so far to align yourself with the company values and identity. 

#4 Presentation Tips - Response To Brief

A big part of second interviews in digital marketing is the "response to brief" presentation. This is a great way for interviewers to see whether you have the approach to handling work they are looking for. Make sure you read, and fully understand what is being asked of you, and feel free to ask questions while you are preparing. Always stick to the suggested duration and make every visual aid count. Ensure your presentation tells a good story to avoid death by PowerPoint at all costs!
You should have already asked who is interviewing you, make sure you know who you are presenting to and what is expected of you. Above all, make sure you practice it, and know it inside and out.  This will help you feel more at ease and enjoy yourself more.
A nice extra touch is to leave a copy of your presentation with them and provide any supporting information that helps them better understand everything you've just presented.

Always End With Interest

However well you think the interview goes, remember to try and end on a positive note. Something as simple as being enthusiastic can leave a lasting impression on interviewers.  Are you looking for a new job? Contact dotgap today for the most up to date digital marketing roles in the UK and abroad!  

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You’ve done it! Studied hard, written a top-notch CV, aced your interview and been offered a job. It’s a wonderful feeling, especially if it is your dream job, or perhaps it is the start of a journey to your dream job. Still, the salary is something you do need to consider. Unfortunately, there is huge variation across industries and this can affect your ability to accept your dream role or turn it down so you can pay rent.

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Salaries depend on location for example, jobs in London often pay slightly more to cover the higher cost of living, the size of company, the type of company, and its specialisation.  And, there are a myriad of factors affecting your decision to accept or not which are often more out of your control – your ability to relocate for example, living arrangements and whether or not you have any dependents.   We’ve compiled a brief list of average starting salaries across some of the major industries to give you an idea of what to expect.  

Graduate Salaries, Starting at The Top

Banking & Accountancy – up to £50k (starting as low as £17 though)  Education (qualified teachers) - £32K Law - As a graduate, you should expect between £19k and £22k (the higher amount being in London). Sales - Starting £24K with commissions often taking the total closer to £30k. Digital marketing - £18-22k  Publishing/journalism/media -start as low as £15k Media agency graduate roles - £20-25k **Median uk salary for graduates is roughly £3ok 

Why Are Graduate Media Salaries So Low?

There seems be be a heavy expectation on new starters in media to work up through the ranks, with experience often valued over qualifications – not the same as a doctor or architect with 7+ years of study and experience combined upon graduation! The good news? On average, media agency salaries should increase to £30 and above after two years, so you don't have long to wait.

Other Things to Consider

Don't be disheartened. Lots of companies now offer a raft of extra benefits which can heartily support your lifestyle. You need to think about where will you be living, the cost of transport offset against rent and the time it takes to commute.  Lots of companies now odder season ticket schemes as well as the now fairly established cycle to work scheme.   Other benefits can save you money and offer you a better work/life balance for example: inclusive gym memberships, or the option to work from home flexibly. Check out this list for some of the best benefits on offer.

How Can I Earn More?

Make sure you find out what progression options there are in your interview and how quickly you can expect to move up. If you start a job and you feel like you are being taken advantage of there is no shame in looking elsewhere – contact dotgap to make sure you’re on the right track for your digital career.

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Securing a job requires so many different skills, most of which we don’t all naturally possess. Some people are fabulous at presenting themselves on paper, the CV and others struggle with this. Some excel and interview well, whether it’s face to face or on zoom where others prefer a phone call or can't stand the interview process at all. Group interviews or assessment days are a dream for some people where they make others want to crawl into their shell.  The truth is, it’s a tough job, getting a job! While you might have all the skills and be the perfect fit, you have to demonstrate all of this via ways you might not be terrific at. While we can't guarantee you a successful interview here’s 5 top dos and 5 don'ts to get you off to a good start.   

How  To  Interview  Well:  Dos

#1 Do make sure you have done your social media audit when you apply for the job. It will save you having to answer any awkward questions in the interview, leaving you free to be cool, calm and collected. #2 Do your homework. Research the company and prepare plenty of questions, job related, progression related and don't be afraid to think outside the box! Find something you are interested in about the company or any of its directors. Take a notepad and pen for jotting down questions during the interview. #3 Do arrive on time. This shouldn't need explaining any further. #4 Do dress appropriately  This can mean different things for different roles, but if in doubt, ALWAYS overdress. You won't lose out for wearing a suit.  #5 Do be prepared for awkward questions. There are some classic questions which always throw people off, for example, "What would you say is you biggest weakness".  Most interviewers ask this in some form or another and it is a difficult one to think of on the spot.  

How To Interview Well: Don’ts

 

#1 Don't speak over the interviewer. Use your notepad to jot things down if you're worried you'll forget. Listen attentively and respond appropriately.  #2 Never speak poorly about past employers or colleagues - even if you think you're right. It's unprofessional and not appropriate for an interview situation at all.  #3 Don't worry too much about previous rejections, always ask for feedback, learn from them and move on  #4 Don't underprepare – sometimes an interview is described as a coffee, or  a ‘quick chat’. Whatever the format, treat it as an interview, the purpose is to evaluate you in some way or another so be prepared.  #5 Don't lie. There is a big difference between extracting skills and experiences from previous work making them transferrable, and flat-out lying. It happens more than you'd think. Sometimes it is only small things that can catch people out! Be prepared for questions and don't think you'll get away with anything! Social media means your employers are way more connected than they were 20 years ago. Assume they will contact your old employers as a failsafe.   

Now, Go Out and Impress!

A lot of the above tips are common sense and if you’ve interviewed before, I hope these are not new to you!  Remember to relax and be polite, you’ve been invited to interview for a reason, but it is not a guarantee yet. So, remember to continue to put your best self forward. For more job seeking advice, make sure you’re following us on Linked In. Good luck!   

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Firstly, congratulations on landing your graduate job! It’s a tough world out there at the moment so make sure you take the time to enjoy and appreciate the effort you've put in so far. Here at Dotgap we know how nerve-wracking that first day can be, whether you are a graduate entering the workforce for the first time, or someone who has had their fair share of first days over the years.  In light of this, we've put together some advice for your first day to help calm your nerves. 

Plan your commute 

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The last thing you need is to be running late on your first day. Not only do you want to make a good first impression, but feeling anxious, stressed and arriving flustered is not the best for your enjoyment of your first day. Plan ahead, leave in plenty of time to allow room for delays and maybe have a back up route! Also, make sure you have the company contact information in case something unavoidable happens to you en route so you can let your new employers know what is going on.

Professional behaviour

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There are a lot of ways you can be unprofessional, it really depends on your role, the company,  and what you have been told, so just do your best! Here's a few key things to remember:
  • Make sure you are dressed appropriately, wear light layers to make sure you aren't too hot or cold in the office, you never know what it's going to be like and there is nothing worse than being uncomfortable all day.
  • In the excitement of getting your new desk and office supplies, you might be tempted to take a picture of your desk- try and keep your phone away, even if your new colleagues are on theirs. Wait until lunchtime, or the end of the day. 
  • Be helpful and try to be as approachable and friendly as you can. This can be challenging, especially if you are more of an introvert. Financial Magazine offers these tips for getting used to making small talk in the office after working from home for two years. We think they are great tips for starting a new job too. 

Ask for Help

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Don’t be afraid to ask for help, you aren’t expected to know everything. It is your first day, and if this is a graduate role it is likely to be your first time in this kind of environment too. Save big questions about career progression for your boss, but asking your colleagues for help is a good way to get to know them. Do be mindful of their workload though, don't interrupt them mid-phone call!

Social Media Warning

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If you are lucky enough feel at ease, and make friends quickly, you may find yourself adding your new colleagues to social media on your first day! Now, we are not here to tell you not to do that. In fact, what a great first day that would be! This point is to remind you to be careful - although if you’ve done a social media audit you should be ok! Just don’t post yourself at the pub celebrating your first day before calling in sick! 

Be yourself 

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Yes, this is much easier said than done. The reason this is so hard, especially on your first day is that it is hard to relax, naturally we are nervous, and we want to make friends and fit in. If you try too hard to be someone else this will only add up to stress later on! Try some mindfulness exercises in the mornings or on your break and remember that everyone has had to go through this experience too.

Show Support to Your Co Workers

Another great way to make connections, forge friendships, and show enthusiasm for your company is to pay attention to your colleagues' successes and challenges and offer congratulations and encouragement when appropriate. This even goes for your manager. Everyone appreciates when others notice their hard work and efforts.

So, What Should I Expect From My Graduate Job?

You may find your role changes and you are asked to take on lots of different tasks in your first few weeks.  For example, in a digital marketing agency you may get the chance to work with a few different teams in the beginning - getting to flex your talents in both creativity and analysis. Show willing to learn, the more you can experience the better and you might discover a dream role you didn't know about before.  Good luck, and enjoy your new job! Are you looking for a graduate role? We can help! Contact Dotgap for current vacancies today.  

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There’s no escaping social media these days. Whether you use it for you career or not, you need to consider the implications of what could be decades of historical data available online about you. That fan blog you wrote when you were at school for example, or some outdated jokes exchanged with friends from the late noughties. We have talked about using Linked In to help get a job, but it is important you do not overlook other social media platforms as an active job seeker. All social media, used correctly can be great for job seekers. It could, however, be costing you interview opportunities. Recruiters and potential employers may actively search for applicants on social media when they are reviewing your CV so if you have an online presence, you need to make sure it is working in your favour with a social media audit. Read on to find out what you can do to give your social media the once over.

Five Tips For Optimising Your Social Media Presence:

 

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#1 Check Google

You may not think you have much of an online presence but you might be mentioned or tagged elsewhere, or perhaps you have an old profile somewhere you have forgotten about. Google your name and social media handles and remove any information you do not want public. Try setting up a free Google alert to let you if you turn up somewhere in the future. 

#2 Privacy Settings Vary

Privacy settings vary from platform to platform, and are subject to change. If you are a job seeker or not it is a good idea to make sure you are up to date on what 'public' and 'private' means across your networks and what can be seen on your profile from outside your direct connections. Click here for a great article on how to protect your privacy settings online:

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#3 Be Consistent

Once you have established what is visible, you need to make sure there is consistency with the profile you have created in your job application and the profile that is visible in a search of your name. Make sure there are no obvious differences in basic information and, if you have time, you could think about sharing some content that is relevant to the job you are seeking or to support your interests and skills. 

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#4 Be Mindful

Be mindful of how you might sound to potential employers when commenting. Try to get involved in conversations on Linked In or Facebook groups that are relevant to your field, but always time to consider your responses. Avoid political commentary or bad-mouthing previous co-workers or employers – jokes can be highly subjective so be aware of how things might sound out of context! 

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#5 Keep it Simple

Don't try and cultivate two or three entirely different identities. Simplicity is key and sometimes just making sure you are on top of your privacy settings is enough to keep your professional persona safe. Maybe you don’t use social media, or you are a social spectator, not posting anything yourself.  This is certainly the safest option. However, you may want to make sure you are demonstrating the character and skills you want to put across for your job search, in the digital world especially, you might find no online presence would be detrimental to your job search.  Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

Time to Put it Into Practice

The truth is that there is no one size fits all answer and it depends on the type of job you are looking for, the role, the level of seniority and ultimately your preference and interest in managing your information in the ways above. Start by googling yourself and go from there! For the latest in digital jobs and tips for improving your chances of success, make sure you check out Dot Gap jobs and blog pages.  

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Modern life is stressful. The biggest causes of stress have been said to be money, job worries and our health so it is no wonder that the pandemic has increased reported stress levels across the world. In the past year 74% of people have reported feeling so stressed they said they felt unable to cope, but what do we mean when we talk about stress? In this blog post we’ll take a small departure from our usual topics  to bring you the top three causes of stress at work, and some easy things you can do to help relieve the symptoms of modern life. 

 Cause #1 – The Pandemic 

The three main causes of stress are work, money, and health. If we consider what we as a species have been through in the last three years it is unsurprising that we are seeing stress levels soar: Job uncertainty, soaring costs of living, and a deadly virus. People have lost their jobs and gone through huge changes in lifestyle. We think this is one of the biggest underlying stressors that people perhaps aren't giving enough credit to. The focus is on 'getting back to normal' and not realising the strain we have all been under.  

Cause #2 –Poor Organisation

This can be poor organisation on the part of the individual, or the perceived poor organisation of the company or management. Insufficient workloads, too heavy a workload, not enough time, and unreasonable demands all stem from poor organisation. This can cause a great deal of stress from feeling a lack of control. Unfortunately, when it comes to poor management there isn't always a great deal you can do. You can, however, take control of your own organisation and manage your day to help reduce unnecessary additional stress at work.

Cause #3 – Perfectionism and Pressure

Following on from our previous point, pressure at work is a major cause of stress at work. But, this can be caused by many things, not just poor organisation. Social media causes a great deal of stress related to perfectionism and the pressure to be better. Constantly comparing yourself to how well others are doing, or your perception of how well they are doing, is demotivating and stressful! 

How to Reduce Your Stress at Work 

Nothing will completely get rid of stress, it is a natural physiological response, and serves productive purposes such as boosting focus and motivation in the right amounts. Too much though, and we can lose the ability to carry out our normal tasks and feel unwell. Here are some of our tried and tested ways to prevent and manage stress:

Good Food is a Good Mood

Good food, nutrition and hydration. Caffeine is not a problem for everyone, but you might want to reduce your intake and see if it helps. Sugary breakfasts wreak havoc with your blood sugar levels, which cortisol (the stress hormone) does too.     

Get Out in Nature

Or at least a walk in your local park. On your lunchbreak, in the morning. If you can hack it, leave your phone at home and listen to nature and resist the temptation to scroll. You can make use of digital wellbeing controls on your phone – turning off app notifications for a specified time.  It is hard to separate using social media for work and personal use resulting in spending way too much time online, so a walk without your phone is a great two in one stress buster 

Get Organised 

Just keep it simple.

Look After Your Health

We hope you find these tips useful, remember no job is worth your health. If you are feeling stressed and unable to cope then please reach out to friends, family members or seek advice from a professional. If it is a work-related problem you could consider speaking to your line manager. Something as simple as talking through your worries can really help you feel calmer, and realise you are not alone in feeling stressed. 

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Linked In is undoubtably the number one online social networking site in the world. It is not industry specific, and with its global reach there is nearly no end to the potential connections you can make. In an ongoing climate of uncertainty with to face to face meetings, a booming global jobs market, and virtual networking it has become invaluable. Here’s some of our top reasons you should be using it, whether you are actively looking for work, wanting to learn more about your industry, or progress in your current position.   

Share and Learn With Your Peers

Not only is Linked In a great place to network, it is a great source of information. You can find articles written by some of the top thought leaders in industries around the world and join groups related to your work to learn and share. Reading articles and asking questions can be a really easy way to keep up to date with the latest trends in, and related to, your industry. Another great new addition to Linked in are the skill assessments you can take to earn a certificate to add to your profile to show your proficiency. For a full list  click here.

Ready Made CV  

Linked in can work for you as a CV or resume template. There are, however, pros and cons to this. Filling in your Linked In profile is a simple enough process but it can be fairly time consuming. There are a lot of sections and you need to fill them all in in order to have a chance at being found. When you've done this though, you'll have a personal statement, basis for a cover letter and a full list of your job history, experience, and skills all completed and easily updated. To further this, you can get involved with conversations on industry topics and post your own thoughts and articles to show your interests inside and outside your profession. In need of some inspiration? Check out some examples of great linked in profiles here

A Good Linked In Profile Gives You A Headstart 

On your marks, get set, GO! Even if you aren't actively looking for a new job or promotion, when you keep your profile updated with new skills or recommendations. These can come from employers and co-workers you are keeping yourself ready for any sudden changes or opportunities that come your way. With a reach spanning approximately 200 countries, you can keep your online CV in top condition discretely while keeping yourself open to opportunities should the right one come along.  It's not just useful for jobseekers, as an employer you can easily make long term connections and reach out to promising talent as you discover it.  Just starting out? Here's some more tips on how to use Linked In to get a job.

 But wait ... 

... A Word of Warning 

Hopefully this article has given you a few pointers to either start your Linked In profile or to think about polishing it up. Some things you need to consider are:
  • Make sure you remember it is a social networking site. So remember your employers past, present and future could see it.
  • Any links to other social sites should be treated with caution too.
  • There are pros and cons as there to any online profile, so make sure you do your research and respect the security of own and other people's information.
Any questions? Get in touch, as experts in finding jobs for jobseekers and candidates for employers we'd be happy to help.

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Do you have itchy feet? Maybe you are looking for new opportunities in a market with more room for growth? Or are you simply dreaming of sunnier climes? With global travel becoming increasingly accessible again, and countries once more welcoming visas and immigration, there's no time like now to start looking for your next job abroad. Before you embark on your next adventure, you need to make sure you CV is up to scratch. Read on for three simple tips to optimise your CV for international job search.

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Always Write A Personal Statement 

Some things never change. From our experience, all countries look favourably on a personal statement. Whether it’s explicitly asked for or not, it is a great way to showcase you personality, achievements, and ambitions as well as a way to expand on your previous experience. Your full job history may not fit on two pages of your CV* so a well-written personal statement gives you a great opportunity to sum up what makes you the best fit for this role.  *Bonus tip: some countries even prefer a one-page CV, and others permit three!

Do I Need A Photo For My International Job Search? 

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Depending on the job your are applying for, and the country it is in you may need to provide a photograph. This list provides a fairly comprehensive overview of which countries require a photo with a CV submission. However, be wary, this can change,  and may be different for different roles so be sure to consider tip number three below: research.

Do Your Research

This shouldn't be news to any seasoned job seeker but ALWAYS DO YOUR RESEARCH. Find out about the company, the company culture, the country's working culture, whether a photo is expected, or frowned upon, what personal information should be included. Treat this like your first CV and make sure you double-check everything.  Carrying out research on new countries is easier now than ever before. You can join international jobs Facebook groups and connect with people who live there, or even connect with employees at the company via Linked In. Make sure to get a native speaker to read your CV, especially if you are writing in another language.

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Checklist For Success In Your International Job Search

Just like any job search in your home country, it is vital to understand the CV norms and expectations. You can unwittingly exclude yourself from consideration for a role without even having your CV read to the end. In summary, here's our checklist for success:
  • There is no universal template
  • Find out about any local or national cultural norms
  • Check out Linked In
  • And don’t forget the usual tips on How to Make Your Job Application Stand Out 
Don’t delay your dream career any more. For more help with your CV and job search you can check out our blog, or get in touch today.  

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When it comes to updating or writing your CV, it can feel like a huge challenge. The jobs market is an ever increasingly fast-paced place, and jobs trends can change month on month with the market which means that CVs change too.  

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Employers are looking for someone special and as more people gain qualifications, more types of jobs open up and digital jobs continue to boom, it is important to keep on top of things!  Time for a spring clean of your CV? Here’s 5 things you MUST include in 2022 

Talk About WFH Experience 

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  While the debate still rages over the benefits, or not, of remote working, there is no doubt that flexible working and the virtual office is here to stay.  If you have experiences to share about successful and productive then talk about it! Make sure you sell yourself as a self-motivated worker, productive, proactive and working under your own initiative. 

Highlight Results over Responsibilities 

      This is one of the most common things people do in their employment history. It’s not a mistake to talk about responsibilities but if you fail to mention the results and achievements you made then it is a wasted opportunity! Don't feel as though you need to remove the word ’responsibility’ from your CV vocabulary, just make sure to follow it up with what you did with that responsibility. For example:   "I was responsible for monitoring digital campaigns through the use of strategic reporting. As part of this process, I was able to identify new opportunities which emerged, increasing our client retention by XXX % in 2020"  

Create a Compelling and Relevant Introduction 

 This is a tip on every CV advice list but it is always worth repeating. It is too easy to get complacent with your personal profile and CV intro, especially if you are applying for a lot of similar jobs. Do:
  • Check your introduction for each CV you send
  • Use keywords from the job description
  • Confirm you have the essential skills required from the role.  

Writing Your CV for ATS   

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 Many big companies now are using applicant tracker systems to whittle down large numbers of applicants. There are a few simple things you can do to make sure you make it through the first scan.  As we have mentioned in the section above, identifying and using keywords from the job description throughout your CV (think skills, qualifications, experience) will be a big help in the ATS recognising your document as belonging to a viable candidate.   Avoid ‘overdesigning’ your CV with fancy fonts and borders as these can confused the ATS search functions. Check here for acceptable fonts and more tips! 

Address any COVID Downtime 

 This is inevitable. Most people will have experienced either working from home, a period of furlough or even redundancy during the recent pandemic. This is an ongoing part of life for many and has affected the career prospects of hundreds of thousands of people. You are not alone in this. Think about what you did with your time during lockdown. Don't be afraid to get creative with writing it up! Gaining qualifications, reassessing your priorities and even taking part in sports challenges can teach you beneficial and transferrable skills, so let your prospective employer know about it.  

Writing Your CV Doesn’t Have To Take Forever 

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It always seems like a daunting process, but not updating your CV will just mean your hours spent sending CVs out will be wasted. Keep it simple, keep it relevant and don’t be afraid to state proudly what you can do and why.   Digital jobs can take you all round the world and offer some of the best flexible opportunities. The digital world has with room for more growth than many other industries.    If you’d like to hear more, and see where your CV can take you, get in touch today! We’d love to hear from you.       

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Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Do you love the idea of relocating to a warmer country? Would you like to work for one of the most successful media agencies in Australia? If so, you might be interested in our exciting new job opportunities. We have teamed up with one of Australia’s most successful digital media agencies to offer two fantastic digital marketing roles to UK residents. Australia currently has a digital marketing talent shortage, so there is a huge demand for skilled marketing employees to relocate. Media companies are currently offering extremely generous salaries and relocation packages for the right person. Agencies are particularly keen to see talented candidates with digital accounts experience. Does this sound like you? If so, here’s some more information about the roles.  

About The Roles

Digital Account Director

Location: Australia Salary: £70k per Annum This role has a focus on digital strategy, thinking, planning, analysis, and architecture of media recommendations. The Digital Account Director is responsible for the team’s digital output. This includes quality control, campaign implementation, and the tracking and performance of all media campaigns. Two to five years digital marketing experience required. Find out more about this role here.

Digital Account Manager

Location: Australia Salary: £50k per Annum Focused on the planning, analysis and architecture of media campaigns and client engagement. The Account Manager is responsible for the output of Account Executives and Coordinators. Also the booking, tracking and performance of all media activity. Collaborate with team traders and internal specialist units. Keep a close eye on campaigns to ensure results deliver to expectations for all client activity. Two to five years digital marketing experience required. Find out more about this role here.  

Benefits Of Accepting A Digital Marketing Role In Australia

Relocating for work can seem daunting, especially if you’ve never relocated before. However it is a great opportunity to upgrade your career, your finances and your personal life – and here’s why.  

1. It Is The Second Best Place In The World To Live

According to a study from the United Nations, Australia is actually the second-best place in the world to live. This is due to the high quality of life. Social progress is steady, the economy is fantastic, high-quality education is accessible and the weather is brilliant.  

2. It Is One Of The Happiest Countries In The World

You probably won’t be surprised to hear that Australia is also one of the happiest countries in the world. In fact, tThe Wall Street Journal recently reported that Australia is the second happiest country! This was measured by analysing eleven basic welfare factors. These include income, housing, work life balance, community, health and life satisfaction. So if you want to be happier on a daily basis, Australia could help!

3. The Economy Is Strong

Australia is known across the world for having a strong, active economy. This is due to a few factors; the country has a generally skilled workforce, produce is high quality and international commerce is booming.  

4. Relocation Costs Are Covered

All international career transitions with Dotgap are as smooth as possible. We cover moving and relocation costs, and we can also help with visa requirements. This ensures that your career change is as stress-free as possible. So you can hit the ground running as soon as you arrive in Australia! Opportunities like this don’t come along every day. So if you have two to five years of digital marketing experience, we’d love to speak to you. Simply email keith@dotgap.com to set up an interview. Let’s help you to make the move that will completely transform your life!

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