We are looking for a Senior Content Manager to join our Boston Creative team.
If you love the Web, and love nothing more than transforming piles of information into relevant content, this is your dream gig.
As our Senior Content Manager, you'll help recommend, create, update, sort, structure, and maintain content for our client's websites. You will author content in all shapes and sizes; from alt tags to long form copy, and everything in between. You will be responsible for fact-checking, collating edits from stakeholders, uploading to a CMS, and ensuring the edits are correct in the final product.
The ideal candidate will possess both strong editorial and technical skills. And since this is a position within an integrated creative department, you?ll collaborate with writers, designers, producers, and technologists.
- Developing content strategy.
- Copy writing, updating copy decks, and fact verification.
- Sorting through disparate content to find connections, meaning, and structure.
- Uploading content or updates to a content management system.
- Uploading closed captioning for online videos.
- Writing technical documentation.
- Writing search-engine-optimized metadata for pages.
- Site content inventories and competitive site content inventories
- A seasoned content manager with 5?10 years at an agency or similar, dynamic creative environment.
- Experience with all stages of the content lifecycle: research, creation, curation, development, and maintenance.
- The technical chops to perform daily tasks: HTML basics, Excel expertise (filters, sorting, pivot tables), AP Style, JIRA or a similar bug-tracking system, YouTube Video Manager.
- Familiarity with closed captioning and search engine optimization is a huge plus.
This is your chance to join a highly creative environment and help deepen the content team in our expanding Boston office. In addition to your resume, please include samples of your site and content experience in the form of a portfolio site and/or case studies.
We look forward to hearing from you!
You must be eligible to work in the United States to be considered for this role.
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