Job Title: Junior Content Specialist
Reports To: Content Specialist
As a Junior Content Specialist for Codeless, you are responsible for day-to-day support of our clients’ content strategies, as well as support of our content production. This role may potentially grow into a Content Specialist role in the future.
In your role as Junior Content Specialist, you will be supported by contracted and in-house personnel as required to complete the work. Training in SEO and content management will be provided by the Codeless team.
These objectives will be further refined and updated as the role evolves.
Content strategy, including:Topic identification (Keyword research and planning)
Writer assignments, including:Creating assignments within our project management tool
Populating the Frase links as needed
Managing assignment due dates, including flagging priority pieces and reassigning behind pieces as necessary
Writer management, including:Maintain which categories and clients writers are approved for in the writer database
Day-to-day management of writer due dates
Proactively communicate delays, issues, and potential writer shortages to support deadlines and hiring
Client content management, including:The creation and updating of writer style guides
The creation and updating of client checklists
Creation of outline templates for clients, as needed
Creation of other client and/or writer resources, as needed
Maintaining writer resource packs (ie SaaS, Finance, PM, etc packs)
Support of weekly prioritization and planning for the content team
Codeless is a content production company that combines strategy, SEO, writing, design, and video. We produce hundreds of long-form articles and product tutorial videos each month for some of the biggest SaaS, service, and affiliate brands in the most competitive spaces on the Internet.
We’re spread out virtually so location isn't an issue. We work with both domestic and international clients, including North America, Central America, Europe, Asia and Australia. We’ve been featured in the New York Times, Business Insider, Small Business Trends, Problogger, Social Media Today, Brazen Careerist and more.
We’re a virtual, remote company. There are no official work hours or vacation days. We’ll try to treat you like an adult who wants to get better every day and will hit deadlines without being babysat. In return, you can work wherever/whenever you want.
We’ll give you real, hands-on work with big clients.
Ideally, we’re looking for people who could transition into full-time (or part-time / 20-hours/week). If you’re still in school, we ask for a 10-hour weekly minimum and we can work around your schedule.
Once you’re a full-time team member, we’ll discuss all of the additional upsides and ways to be promoted. We’re a meritocracy, so we care more about ability and skill than years of experience. (We’ve had multiple people’s salaries double in ~2-3 years as an example.)
If you need help, feel free to ask. We’re super nice and not out to try and trick you.
• Pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Marketing, PR, Communications, Design, or anything else related to marketing and technology.
• Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) are obvious. We're a services business, so you need to like and get along with people.
• We're pretty flexible and casual, but we only accept high quality work. We're not going to micromanage, so you need to be a responsible self-starter, and a fast learner with a high level of attention to detail.
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