We are looking for an organised Digital Content Assistant to join our team.
You will be responsible for maintaining and regularly updating our content database to ensure that all existing and new content is evidence-based, accurate, and up to date.
You will be detail-oriented and comfortable working with multiple digital content mediums across various CMS platforms, and prepared to expand your own research, SEO, writing, and editing skillsets. We’re looking for someone who takes pride in their work and is engaged in all steps of the content creation and delivery process.
Familiarise yourself with all existing content and incoming content streams that are part of the Baby2Body content house
Support the content team in the upcoming development of our Content Matrix for the broader brand, building key skill sets in information architecture
Help to streamline existing content management systems with updated tagging, naming conventions, and storage for ease of utilising content across various platforms to further organisational skills
Support in creating content delivery algorithms that form a critical part of the Baby2Body user experience
Gain experience in partnership opportunities by supporting the content team in the strategy and execution of content to be shared across new channels
Learn how to conduct keyword research and use SEO guidelines to optimise content.
Support the content team in writing, editing, and updating content for Baby2Body’s website, blog, marketing materials, and similar platforms as needed
Build collaborative skills by working across internal departments (tech, marketing, product) to work on campaign objectives, complete tasks, and identify and solve problems.
Highly organized and enjoys organizational tasks
Pays close attention to detail
Familiarity with Wordpress or other Content Management systems a plus
General interest and/or understanding of healthy lifestyle topics (fitness, nutrition, wellbeing) also a plus
Experience & Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, writing, or health-related fields