Communications Specialist at Schoolable

About Schoolable

We facilitate affordable financing for schools and parents to improve general learning outcome.

Job brief

We are looking for a Communications Specialist to manage our online and offline communication with parents and schools to increase brand awareness. Your responsibilities would include distributing promotional material, responding to customers’ queries and comments on social media and networking during marketing events. If you have experience in identifying and building long-term relationships with target audiences, we’d like to meet you. Ultimately, you will act as our brand’s voice to impress our customers and attract new clients.


Promote our products and services during events
Coordinate the design of promotional material and distribute in online and offline channels
Advertise our company and products/services on various media
Plan interviews and press conferences
Produce marketing copy for our website
Craft and send regular newsletters with company updates
Track ROI for marketing campaigns
Join social media groups and professional platforms to discuss industry-related topics
Monitor corporate website and social media pages and address clients’ queries
Network with industry experts and potential clients to drive brand awareness
Gather customer feedback to inform sales and product teams


Proven work experience as a Marketing Communications Specialist.
Familiarity with B2B and B2C advertising campaigns
Hands-on experience with web content management tools, like WordPress and Ghost blog
Proficiency in MS Office.
Knowledge of SEO and Google Analytics.
Experience with marketing campaigns on social media.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Good presentation skills.
BSc in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations or relevant field in an added advantage.


Industry standard pay.
Flexible and remote friendly
Standard working tools.
Medical insurance.
Paid leave allowance.

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