Administrative Assistant

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Posted
April 15, 2021
Intern
Brighton, UK
Remote
£9.50 per hour

**This position has been closed.**

In this role, you will support the whole team in their administration work. The role will include support with marketing, general administration and direct project assistance. Tasks will include writing company emails, data entry, writing company blogs and paying invoices. 

Successful participants will develop marketing skills, general communication and an overall administrational skillset. In addition, if you would like to work in the non-profit, charity or videogame sector, working in our fast growth company will look great on your CV. There is also the potential for permanent full-time work for the right candidate.

Qualifications

Candidates should have excellent written and spoken English language skills, to at least A-Level or A-Level equivalent, and some experience in marketing, creative or administrative work.

Individuals should have a keen eye for detail, and we will look favourably on those that have a creative background or hobby. In addition, you should be comfortable using Google documents, Word and Excel to a good standard and if possible creative digital tools like Canva or Photoshop.

Important Details

  • Hours per week: 35
  • Hourly pay: £9.50

At present, the position is home working, and we will be able to provide equipment for this if you don’t have a laptop computer of your own. We have a central Brighton office location where we will expect you to occasionally work from.

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About Into Games

Into Games is a non-profit organisation working to help people get rewarding work in the videogames industry. We run several national programmes which work directly to connect education and the games sector to help provide better access to learners from primary school, all the way to adult career changers. Much of our work focuses on increasing opportunity for those from underrepresented groups. Our projects help support thousands every year.

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