Re:signal is a specialist SEO and content marketing agency in London, working with global clients to improve their organic performance.
The role will see you coordinate content production between the Re:signal team and our talent network of freelancers, to agreed deadlines, making sure the content is of outstanding quality. The dream candidate for this role is approximate:
- 30% project manager
- 40% editor for writing
- 20% visual creative manager
- 10% researcher
- Manage up to 15 – 25 freelancers a week (including researchers, digital designers, writers, and developers) to create content (blog posts, onsite content, interactive content hubs, HTML5 quizzes, ebooks/whitepapers and other content types to stay on top of the industry trends) across 8 – 10 clients
- Support client teams to write briefs for client content creation to be sent to freelancers
- Identify and evaluate the best freelancer for a job out of hundreds on the Re:signal roster as well as new freelancers to add to our database, coordinate production with them
- Act as quality control for all content. Ask questions like:
- Did the designer follow our brief accurately?
- Did the writer maintain a friendly and casual tone for a blog post or resource pages?
- Does this support the agreed SEO content strategy?
- Where should the content sit on the client’s site?
- Proactive communication with the wider Re:signal team to update them on deadlines, issues holding up any content creation progress.
- Coordinate freelancer payments with finance team when the job is complete to the agreed standard
- Lead brainstorm and ideation session and present ideas to clients
What we hope you’re good at:
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Proficient in Google Docs / Google Suite
- Proficient in Asana preferred but not essential
- Highly organised and able to adapt in a constantly changing industry
- A solid understanding of SEO and content marketing
- A flair for design
- Prepared to be based in London, UK
- Second language preferred
- 22 days holiday (+ 3 days over Christmas)
- Social and team events
- MacBook (or laptop equivalent)
- Training budget and conference attendance on a regular basis
- Private health care (after qualifying period)
- Sick pay (after qualifying period)