Copywriter/Content Marketing Executive, Kings Lynn -
Are you a copywriter or content marketer looking for a new challenge? Do you have a keen eye for detail and internally cringe every time you see a typo or grammatical error? Then read on! (and don’t judge if you find any errors here!)
Our client, an industry leader in medical technology based in Kings Lynn are seeking a highly driven, content marketer to join their team as it expands. The business in question are going through an exciting re-brand as their increase their products and range of services.
Reporting into the Marketing Director, you’ll be responsible for:
- Create written content for articles, case-studies, white papers, social media posts, blogs and website pieces
- Deliver on-brand messages from an author/story-teller point of voice, to really captivate the business’ target audience
- Proof-read and edit content pieces produced externally
- Research topics and conduct market research create content for
- Ensure content is SEO efficient and keywords are performing suitably
This is a fantastic role for a copywriter, content marketer or medical copywriter to get stuck in working on a wide variety of content for a highly established business. They have an impressive turn over an excellent customer base, so their tone of voice and storytelling is key for their service-led nature.
In order to be considered for this role you’ll have at least 2-3 years content writing experience, either from a marketing (ideal) or journalism background. Project management, proofreading and editing materials will also be a part of the position so you must be able to juggle multiple pieces at once!
Due to the location of the offices, this role is commutable from areas such as: Kings Lynn, Peterborough, Wisbech, Downham Market, Fakenham, Swaffham, Holbeach and March.
For registration purposes please could you let us know where you are currently based or which locations you are considering as well as your required salary and notice period.
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