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Content Marketing Manager - Contract
 
Title: Content Marketing Manager - Contract
Category: Food & Beverage
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Part Time
Salary: £200.00 - £250.00
Salary per: annum
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Do you want to build cool things?

Great, so do we. At Tech Will Save Us we create make-it-yourself kits and apps that help kids all over the world to make, play, code, and invent using technology. And you can help!

We are looking for a Content Manager on a contract basis who can manage the creation and execution of:

Engaging social posts across all of our social channels Email campaigns for both our consumer and trade audiences Creating relevant and captivating content for our blog that talks to our customer Our content calendar, ensuring consistent exposure This role will be for 2-3 days a week, with at least 1 day from our East London office with the possibility for the remainder to be flexible. We would need someone who could start ASAP and be with us to the end of March.

Join our mission. To make every kid feel like a hero...

Two years ago, we launched our making + coding platform, Make, along with the Creative Coder and a block-based coding environment for kids to program it. Last year, we Kickstarted a new range of products, the Dough Universe, and built a React Native app to accompany them. So far this year, we have partnered with Marvel to produce the Electro Hero Kit, launched not one, but two super-affordable kits along with a fresh set of digital experiences to guide the young superheroes to success. Right now, we're busy working on more awesomeness for 2019 and beyond...

Bring your superpower to Tech Will Save Us and help our team of innovative engineers, designers, marketers, educators and content producers to help empower the next generation of makers.

Requirements

There's no such thing as a template Tech Will Save Us team member! In all likelihood though, to be comfortable in this role and able to make an impact in your time with us, you will likely:

Be a super creative idea generator, with strong visual design sensibilities Have excellent copywriting skills, able to use our tone of voice Possess excellent knowledge of social media, bringing best practice and knowledge on how to build an online community Have best practice for designing email campaigns and experience with mail chimp Genuine understanding of our target audience, with an interest in, and knowledge of, technology trends Be KPI driven an use insights to make decisions Benefits

We can offer the opportunity to work within a talented and friendly team doing good work in the world — if you want to look back on your career and know that you played a part of building a great company, this role is for you. You will be part of a truly multi-disciplinary team of marketers, educators, content producers, production specialists, support reps, financiers, sales people, product designers, user experience experts, developers and engineers. On top of that:

Compensation would depend on the person, though would range from £200-£250/day Flexible work hours as needed, to fit around childcare Vibrant office environment at our London HQ and NYC co-working spaces Weekly team lunches and fresh fruit, nuts, beer, tea and decent coffee Bi-annual company make-a-thons to expand your skills and get creative with technology In-house bike storage Epic holiday parties all about learning and being creative We believe that the best work comes from a diverse team. If our mission excites you, and you can contribute to our culture of lifelong learning and growth we want to hear from you!
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