Media Business Insight | Digital Production Assistant
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Digital Production Assistant

Company: Media Business Insight
Brand: Broadcast, Screen International, KFTV, The Knowledge
Reports To: Production Manager
About Media Business Insight

Media Business Insight Limited (MBI) owns a unique portfolio of leading multichannel subscription-based brands, offering content and insight to key decision-makers and creatives in the media industry across TV, advertising, film and marketing services.

MBI brands are: Broadcast, Broadcast Intelligence, Screen International, World of Locations, ALF, KFTV, The Knowledge, Production Intelligence, The Media Production and Technology Show, Broadcast Awards and other industry events.


Our values
We’re all in this together!

Customer Focus – Our customers are at the heart of our business.

Passion – We embrace teamwork, promote creativity and work towards a common goal of success.

Honesty – We are committed to open and transparent communication.

Expertise – We work hard to become experts in our specialist disciplines and fields.

Innovation – We encourage creativity to maintain our position as market leader.


Key Purpose

To assist the Production Manager in the delivery of external and in-house online campaigns and newsletter campaigns. The key area of this role is digital, but you will be required to assist with print production across our magazine portfolio. Basic design is a key aspect of the role and you will be asked to design adverts and campaigns for external clients and in-house marketing and events teams.


Key Accountabilities
  • Using Google Ad Manager, optimise the performance of digital advertising campaigns.
  • Create performance reports for clients and in-house commercial teams
  • Chase copy and design digital advertisements
  • Create and manage MBI’s digital magazines
  • Design and serve third-party emails – knowledge of basic HTML
  • Manage the production of a number of weekly newsletters in Campaign Monitor
  • Assist the Production Manager with print production as required
  • Be a design resource for MBI’s events and social-media initiatives


Skills & Competencies
  • Experience in a publishing environment
  • Experience of serving campaigns using Google Ad Manager or other similar serving platforms
  • Design skills and proficiency in Creative Suite – particularly InDesign and Photoshop
  • Knowledge of digital magazine platforms
  • Working knowledge of Campaign Monitor
  • Proven understanding of HTML and HTML5 preferred
  • Print experience preferred


Personal Attributes
  • Enthusiastic and energetic
  • Resilient
  • Punctual and reliable
  • Close attention to detail
  • Great service mentality – both internal and external



Candidates with 6-12 months+ production experience considered, preferably in (but not limited to) B2B media/commercial publishing.


Why work for MBI?

Media Business Insight is a great place to develop your career. MBI staff are hugely passionate about their brands and what they do. They are hardworking, effective and expert professionals who provide trusted and essential services.


Our commitment to you:

  • Development and training
  • Social commitments and people perks


In recognition of our talented people we also offer:

  • Flexible working hours
  • Individual training opportunities
  • Annual Christmas and summer parties
  • Interest-free travel and office loans

We look forward to working with you.




How to apply

Interested? Please send your CV and salary expectations to: 


The subject of the email needs to clearly state the job title of the vacancy.

Candidates will receive a response when they apply, and any adverts will be removed when the role has been filled. If you are interested, please apply immediately to avoid disappointment.


Closing date: 24th June 2022.


Please note: acquisition by agencies will not be appreciated.