Our client, a well-known and respected Digital Marketing agency, are looking for an ambitious Digital Content Editor (Content Marketing Specialist / Editor) to join a fast paced and growing team to replace their current (and highly respected) Content Director. This person will have a ‘digital first’ mindset, be content focused, mature and client facing. The ideal person will have experience dealing with a wide range of digital content, social media, EDM’s, blogs and videos.
This is a unique opportunity for a skilled individual looking for a new challenge, who can take on and work with an excellent range of high profile clients with passion, lead a team and create exceptional digital content.
This role would ideally commence IMMEDIATELY!
*Maintain strong ongoing relationships with client leads, introducing new opportunities accordingly
*Produce great content - oversee EDM, social and content production with an eye on maintaining editorial quality
*To deliver efficient, high levels of client satisfaction that regularly exceeds expectations
*Manage internal team, recruit/oversee freelance talent, and work closely with campaign leads in other departments
*Achieving campaign KPI's and meeting budget requirements
*Assist and support in the compelling presentation and storytelling of creative work
*Build trust with Clients and help create the right environment where great work is accepted
*Be HAPPY and keep your cool under pressure
*Minimum 5-7 years professional digital marketing experience
*Solid background in copywriting, journalism and/or editing
*Experience with both creating engaging content and marketing content across social media platforms, blogs, video and EDM’s
*Proven management experience
*Experience with outsourcing writing projects
*Exceptional attention to detail
*Perfect spelling, grammar and punctuation
*Strong organisational skills
*Ability to prioritise and track multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
*Ability to liaise with clients in a confident and professional manner
*Tertiary qualification preferred
Personality & Work Ethic:
*Inspirational leader, manager and motivator
*A good problem solver
*Strong under pressure and deadlines
*Motivated and mature
*Someone with the desire to really own and take responsibility throughout the entire project process
*Passion, a sense of humour and a solid team player
*Amazing CBD location
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