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Junior Content Producer wanted for freelance work!

Category:
Content Creation, Marketing, Websites
Suitable for:
Freelancer
Location:
Remote
Closed:
04 Dec 2020

About the brief

We're looking for an ambitious, self motivated freelance Content Producer to join us on some exciting projects!

In this freelance post, you'll work with our client and agency teams to create high-quality, SEO-driven, original website content in the brand tone of voice.

What you'll be doing:

- Creating content that hits the brief: Always read the brief thoroughly, ask questions if something is unclear and create brilliant written content.

- Efficient working: Delivering engaging content in a timely way, with minimum amends needed.

- Quality assurance: Be able to go through your own work to make sure you’re extremely happy with the overall output before sending it on for additional QA. No typos, sloppiness or mistakes.

- Deliver work on time: Work at speed, things move fast here, you'll need to keep up with deadlines.

What you'll need:

- You don't have to be super senior, but we ask that you have at least one year’s relevant professional experience in content and/or social media.

- You'll be able to read a brand tone of voice guide, digest it and emulate at all times.

- You're a wordsmith and are grammar-literate. A degree in English Lit or language preferable.

- You're ambitious and hungry to learn, willing to put the hard work in for great learning experiences.

- You're passionate about content, social and digital in general.

- Fluent in content and social media - you know how it works, how people (and brands) use them and how to work with SEO keywords.

- You're detail obsessed and conscientious - you need to be able to get the details right, and follow and uphold processes.

Budget:
£100 - £125 a day

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