Content Marketer

at Weengs in London

(₤25000 - ₤30000 per year)

About Weengs

We're the definition of a fun, fast-growing early-stage startup. We started 2 years ago as two guys in a flat, shipped 6,000 boxes without getting kicked out, running operations during day and coding at night. We've now raised a big seed round from top-tier investors and moved to a funky warehouse. Next stop? The world (via series A of course).

The Role

We’ve got it all going for us but when it comes to tone of voice we’re a little shy. We know our customer, we know our proposition and we know our product, but we just can’t find the words to say it. That’s where you come in. We’re looking for a wordsmith to articulate our tech, product and commercial ambitions into pure poetry. You’ll own our voice and have a real opportunity to define how we’re perceived by the outside world.

Responsibilities

Understand our mission, objectives and required results and propose how copy and content will dictate these.
Define our tone of voice, not just for today but beyond series A.
Quickly provide relevant copy to support website, product and commercial development.
Develop lasting content strategy.
Create and manage ‘how to’ product guides.
Refine our user interviews into compelling testimonials and case studies.

What we’re looking for

A true logophile with a background to support this.
The ability to take the lead and quickly translate vision to vocabulary.
Proactive work ethic - there’s tons to do but we want you to lead the way.
See the big picture, write the small story - you need to ensure we communicate as one according to our strategy.

Why you’ll love it

There’s no question of where we’re headed and this is a unique opportunity to set the tone of our trip to the stars.
A fantastic team who will listen to your every word, and probably act on it too.
All the tools you could possibly need - that’s right, the usual start up bundle fresh from Apple.

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Published at 14 Mar 2017
Expires on 14 May 2017
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