This is a great opportunity to be part of a high-performing Digital team at an exciting time of change and innovation.
We're looking for a Web or Content Editor who has experience reviewing and producing digital content. The perfect candidate will be a quick learner who's happy getting stuck in to a range of tasks, from uploading content to our CMS, to reviewing customer interactions with our chatbot and reporting on website and SEO performance.
You'll build on your experience with a number of content management and reporting tools, but all with the goal of delivering great content that communicates the Tower commitment to making insurance simple and easy for our customers.
As well as writing clear, concise copy and managing day-to-day updates to our website, you'll work closely with the Digital Content Manager to identify new opportunities and report on content performance.
In this role you'll be part of a passionate, multi-disciplinary Digital team including content, UX, web design, data analytics and web development. As well as being highly skilled, they're also a friendly and welcoming bunch who like getting together to tackle a problem. You'll often find them gathering around a white board or breaking out the post-its.
We want to hear from you if you have:
• experience writing and editing content for digital channels
• experience working with content management systems (CMS), ideally Sitecore
• excellent attention to detail
• strong communication and stakeholder relationship management skills
• the ability to organise and prioritise work
• a good understanding of SEO and website accessibility
• some experience working in HTML
If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you. Don't miss this opportunity!
Applications close Monday, 17 December 2018.
To apply for this job, please visit https://careers.tower.co.nz
Love the song which i think is why it has so many hits on ytube- people trying to find out who sings it- but the comments section is disabled.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
Great insight. But long, boring, occasionally funny, agency-self-indulgent execution.
Couldn't happen to a nicer agency.
Disagree. But you could say that about True too. True who?
A great hype machine for sure.
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