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Job Description

Job Title

Marketing Assistant


Sales and Marketing

Reports to

Marketing Coordinator


Job Purpose


My client is a global business with 40 years experience specializing in the manufacture of forensic science equipment.

Based in South Worcestershire and within easy access of Cheltenham/Gloucester, Stratford/Coventry, and Worcester, they have a reputation for innovation and providing high-quality products to the most discerning customers and have seen continued growth in the demand for their products.


This role is to support the marketing of new and current products, assisting in the creation of promotional materials including sales literature, presentations, and web content.

The Marketing Assistant will be required to:

  • Work under the direction of the Marketing Coordinator to help reach the company’s marketing goals and objectives.
  • Assist in creating promotional materials, including brochures, presentations, and web pages etc.
  • Assist in the studio photography of new and current products.
  • Compose and post online content on the company’s website and social media accounts.
  • Help to plan promotional events hosted by the company.
  • Communicate directly with the company’s global distribution partners.
  • Assist with a wide range of additional creative tasks.


This role would ideally suit candidates with graphic design skills and an ability to use a variety of software packages including Photoshop, PowerPoint, and Quark Xpress.

Experience and qualifications in one or more of the following areas would be highly preferable:

  • Graphic design
  • Copywriting
  • Web design – html, Joomla CMS
  • Photography
  • Video – production and editing
  • Market research


As a number of foster+freeman products could be considered as being highly technical, applicants with a background or interest in science and forensics will be at an advantage.



To register your interest in this vacancy please contact:     HR @ fosterfreeman.com

No agencies, please