Back to Job Search

Content Manager

  • Location: Leeds
  • Salary: £30000 - £40000 per annum per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 11 days ago

  • Sector: Marketing
  • Contact: Louisa Guy
  • Contact Email:
  • Expiry Date: 28 May 2021
  • Job Ref: 29626_1619617939

Do you live and breathe content? Currently, working within a creative Content Manager role? If so, I'm looking for a talented content creator with bags of creativity and project management skills. This particular role is an interesting one as you'll be joining a business that's a real success story within the tech world; after a heavy amount of investment following PE-funding, they are growing a new marketing department from scratch.

Reporting to the Editorial Director, you will write and produce various projects and blogs on a regular basis to expand the company's digital footprint and drive brand awareness. You will collaborate with designers, product marketing, sales and external influencers to produce relevant content that meets the needs of the audience. Blog writing is a crucial element to this role to help attract site visitors through search, social, and also email subscribers.

To be considered for this Content Manager opportunity, probably obvious, but you need to have a good few years of working within a content-focused role, ideally within a B2B environment. You will have past experience in building audiences both online and offline and have in-depth knowledge of content marketing systems.

What's in it for you I'm sure you're wondering? First of all, you'll be one of the first couple of hires in a marketing department that has a budget and sign-off for numerous other positions (including your team). So it's a really fantastic time to join a business that's at the start of their journey and where you can really create impact. And secondly, the company are offering a truly competitive benefits package including 33 days holiday + bank holidays plus flexible working and numerous other perks lined up.

Based in Leeds, this role will have some flexibility longer-term. Ideally 2-3 days in the office.