Better People Ltd
Better People Ltd
Work From Home
Up to £36k
Our client is an established and growing marketing agency, helping B2B technology and service businesses to grow faster by building brand profile with a range of marketing services. As they grow, they are working with us here at Better People to source an experienced Marketing Content Writer.
This is a work from home role which will require attending meetings in the South of England (Oxford London Reading and Bristol) and meeting with agency colleagues, so you will need to have your own transport.
In this new role, you will be creating copy and content spanning multiple retainer and project clients so you will be working on a number of different activity types and subject areas.
You will also play a key part in the editorial process, managing client edits and approvals to publish as well as working with their graphic designer.
There will be client interaction and contact so not a back-office role. You will be involved in a wide range of projects from writing case studies to creating core content and thought leadership articles, social content, blogs, and campaign copy.
As well as producing this range of work for the agency clients, there will also be copy to create for their own marketing content.
So, this is what we are looking for:
- Experience of content writing in a technology environment although this is NOT a Technical Writer role
- Copywriting or editorial experience within marketing or journalism
- Experience of working in an agency would be an advantage
- Good communication and client relationship skills
- Useful to have experience of Wordpress CMS
- Interest in visual design and experience of Adobe CC would be useful but is NOT essential
We would like to hear from you if you are an experienced copy writer with skills in these areas.
We would like to see examples of your work, so if you are applying, please have them ready. Can’t wait to hear from you!
This is a full time employed role working 9-5.30 Monday to Friday. You will have 20 days paid holiday with “free days” between Christmas and New Year, plus Bank Holidays