Content Manager for Blog Content Service
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You’re an awesome content and project manager. You’re highly organized, on time, an effective communicator and an even better listener. First and foremost, we’re looking for someone to fill this part-time Content Management position.
In addition to content management, down the road, there could also be opportunities to step into our other roles here, such as writing, copyediting and/or podcasting assignments. So if you’re also a strong writer with experience in content marketing, blog writing, managing a content calendar, and working with other writers, then you’re probably a great fit for this role. Podcasting experience is a plus, but not required.
Primary responsibilities as Content Manager:
- Communicating with clients via email and phone.
- Communicating with the team via Slack, email, and Skype.
- Content editing
- Managing milestones, deadlines, and deliverables.
- Quality assurance
- Content strategy and consultation
- Writing procedures and other docs in Google Docs.
- Writing and teaching what you’re best at.
Bonus points if you have experience with the tools we use daily…
- Google Docs
- Drip for email marketing (and other email marketing tools)
You’re based in the continental US and you have regular, daily availability during US-business hours.
This is a part-time position with a flexible 15-20 hour/week workload. Make your own hours, except we expect you to check-in at least once per week day and be available during normal US business hours.
Most of our teammates stay with us for a year or longer, so you should have the expectation of a longterm, part-time commitment. Read what our teammates have to say about working here: https://audienceops.com/jobs/#team-quotes
In addition to Content Management duties, there may be opportunities to take on writing and/or editing assignments. Please specify in your application if you’d be open to writing and/or podcasting assignments, and if so, provide samples of your blog writing work.
You’re comfortable working remotely, you have a reliable Internet connection and you’re able to host occasional voice calls with clients and teammates during business hours.