Content Executive

Content Executive

Edinburgh Haymarket – Hybrid working

Salary - £26,000 - £29,000 DOE

We are currently working with a national legal firm that is looking to add a content executive to its marketing function.

You will be Responsible for developing, maintaining, and managing all work-winning content held in the proposal management and content solutions systems to ensure those involved in winning new work can efficiently deliver successful and high-quality submissions to clients.

Managing the quality of content and collaborating with subject matter experts across the firm to update and develop content, ensuring it is up-to-date, accurate, and of the highest quality.

Key responsibilities will include:

· Develop, maintain and evolve the structure of the content library and the content curation policies and process to ensure the availability, quality and depth of information required by those involved in winning work

· Re-writing into a consistent style the information provided to ensure that content is clearly articulated and can be integrated easily into submissions for clients

· Managing the quality of content to ensure that it is both accurate and error-free, together with ensuring that content available for use in submissions to clients is clear, compelling, client focussed and jargon-free

· Scheduling regular reviews to monitor and report on usage of content, together with identifying content gaps and working with subject matter experts to develop and improve content

· Working with graphic designers to present content in an engaging and digestible format that complies with the firm’s brand visual identity, together with maintaining a strong graphics database

· Working closely with the Head of Proposals, Proposals Team and subject matter experts to support work-winning efforts to achieve the firm’s strategic, sector and client-specific plans,

Minimum skills required include:

· Experience of deploying, managing and using proposal management/ automation and content library software, together with an understanding of the principle of information architecture

· Strong academic background with a degree-level education in English, marketing or business equivalent subjects

· Experience in a proposals/ bids role within the legal, professional services or construction sector would be advantageous

· An ability to communicate, influence and collaborate effectively with stakeholders and subject matter experts at all levels

· Strong project management skills and an ability to manage competing priorities

 

Please contact Kirsty Scott for further information 

Benefits: 
29000
Location: 
Glasgow
Type: 
Permanent
Discipline: 
Events
Job Posted: 
Fri, 31 May 2024
Closing Date: 
Fri, 28 Jun 2024
Reference: 
11403

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