Are you a website wiz? Live and breathe creating and overseeing online content? Well this is just the place for you! Here at Bubble we only bring you the best of jobs and this week is no different. We have hand selected 5 of our best Web Content roles just for you. So be quick as some of the roles will be ending soon!
First up, The Law Society is looking for a Web Content Manager to join their team in London. With this unique opportunity you will be responsible for creating, editing and publishing digital content that is on brand and more importantly on message, raising the organisations profile and growing the company’s digital presence. You will have a busy daily schedule, balancing work with stakeholders while ensuring all digital content is published and displayed correctly and on time. The ideal candidate will already have experience of leading a large public affairs team with strong links to Westminster. You will be proficient in using Adobe Acrobat Professional, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Fireworks, whilst you will already have great experience using content management systems, HTML, Google Analytics and good use of social media.
Next, the National Media Museum is on the search for a Web Manager to join their growing digital team in Bradford. You will be working on a new website for the museum as well as responsible for the National Media Museum’s website and the sole point of contact for the Museum’s online activities. Not only will you have a clear vision for what work’s (and doesn’t work) online in the cultural sector, you will be user-centred in your approach and have experience in the day-to-day housekeeping. You will already have experience of working with stakeholders to gather requirements, carrying out content audits and specifying website features and functionalities. Do you match the criteria? If so you should apply soon as the role closes on 16/03/16.
Next, Propel are seeking a Web Content Manager to join an ambitious household brand in Hertfordshire. You will be part of a team of 4 where you will manage all live onsite content across a number of their products, along with wider marketing campaigns. You will build campaigns onsite, across the client’s apps and retrial content, as well as working closely with the email marketing team. This role will actually be split 50/50 between editorial and technical production. The perfect candidate will have extensive experience in a comparable role to this; with great attention to detail as you will be proof reading with a high level of accuracy. You will have already worked with stakeholders to create effective content for customer’s and have a high standard of English grammar.
Next, the DesignStudioPeople are looking for a Digital Content Manager to join a successful insurance/financial services company in London. This is a new role because of the rapid growth with the company, so you will be responsible for the company’s entire online content including key landing pages, online guides and white papers, whilst also developing and executing the firms content marketing strategy. You will also develop and execute the firm’s content marketing strategy, whilst commissioning, reviewing and editing work from freelance writers. Not only will you work with a PR agency to manage both strategy and delivery but you will also potentially hire and manage and in-house copywriter. It’s essential that the ideal candidate will have proven experience writing about pensions, investments or protection insurance, whilst having a real desire to produce top quality content.
Last but by no means least, DesignStudioPeople are hiring a Creative Content Writer/Copywriter to join a boutique content marketing agency specialising in tech markets in London. You will share compelling stories out of flannel; make tech subject clear for non-technies; get under the skin of a market; then craft eBooks, SlideShares, blog posts, web pages, video scripts and innovative stories that are engaging, reading and above all convincing. As this role is a client facing position, you will be taking briefs and researching and presenting your work. The ideal candidate will have a strong writing background but you may have worked in a more diverse role wanting to focus in on this area. Ultimately you will be a tech geek as you’ll be writing about engaging and exciting technology, especially in the telecoms area.