Are you a writer and creative thinker with a passion for telling stories and making meaningful connections? Do you love museums and exploring the diverse cultural heritage all around us?
If this sounds like you or someone you know, then read on for an exciting opportunity to join me, Celeste, the director at CBA Content!
Ideally, this part-time Content Creator role is for someone who has a background in communications, journalism or marketing and a clear understanding of different content types, SEO and digital marketing best practices.
Applications will be open until 21st May 2021 and interviews will be conducted remotely on a rolling basis.
Salary: £13.46 per hour
Hours: Part-time (15hrs/week)
Contract: 3 months (possibility to become full-time)
Location: St Ives, Cornwall + Remote
Start: May 2021
To apply: please complete the questionnaire below:
About CBA Content
CBA Content is an independent content producer who specialises in helping businesses in the arts and cultural heritage industries connect their audience to experiences that matter. Through planning, writing and optimising content (blogs, newsletters, case studies, landing pages and social media), we provide audience-building solutions and bring relevant experiences to online communities.
Currently, CBA Content is looking for a natural self-starter to join the team – someone who is passionate about helping museums, galleries and cultural heritage organisations grow using digital content.
About the candidate
This role is for someone who thinks creatively in their approach to content marketing and has an understanding of different content types, SEO and digital marketing best practices. Your background is in communications, journalism or marketing and you are passionate about telling stories. A natural self-starter, you also have excellent writing and communication skills as well as a knack for being organised. When faced with a new challenge, you start with what you know how to solve first and then look to external resources for help.
- Excellent research, writing and communication skills
- Strong desire to share other people’s stories
- Detail-oriented and organised
- Native English speaker
- Bachelor’s degree or higher
About the role
Working closely with the director, you will be proactively taking on projects and helping ensure that content marketing goals are achieved. You will have the creative freedom to take a piece of content from ideation to completion, gaining first-hand experience working with clients. Current and previous clients include One Further, English Heritage and The Beyonder. You will also help boost prospecting efforts (with a focus on Cornish museums, galleries and heritage sites) and keep CBA Content’s blog up to date. You won’t be required to run paid ads or directly manage any client’s social media or blogs.
Types of projects you will work on
- Researching prospects’ digital strategies and engaging with them on social media
- Brainstorming fresh content ideas for articles, landing pages, newsletters, social media, white papers and more
- Outlining, writing and editing pieces of content (with great headlines!)
- Conducting competitive and market research for clients and CBA Content
- Managing CBA Content’s editorial calendar (social posts and blogs)
- Updating CBA Content’s monthly social and web analytics report
- Helping create and carry out high-value content packages
Tools and software you will use
- WordPress and other content management systems like Squarespace and Wix
- Social media platforms (LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook)
- Photo-sourcing and design software like Unsplash, Pexels and Canva
- Gmail and Google Chat for internal communication
- Planning and organisational tools like Trello
- Google Analytics (working knowledge)
- Google Docs and Google Sheets
Why you should apply
In case you need more convincing, here are some other awesome benefits of working at CBA Content: you will not only have the creative freedom to help businesses in the arts and cultural heritage sector find new ways to attract and engage with their online communities, but you will also be able to see first-hand what it’s like running an independent content company. What’s more, CBA Content is based out of St. Ives, Cornwall, so (when it’s safe again) get ready for in-person meetups by the sea and cultural days out to Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden and more.
Sound like the role for you? Click the link below to fill out a short questionnaire (embedded above as well) and I will be in touch soon.
Terms of contract
The first three months of the freelance position will be a probationary period in order to assess the candidate’s performance and make sure he/she is the right fit for the role. Within the probationary period the candidate’s contract may be terminated with one week’s notice and no redundancy pay. After three months the probation period will be reviewed and the possibility of the role being made permanent will be discussed.
In compliance with the work visa CBA Content is set up under, the candidate must either be a British citizen or settled worker in the UK (i.e. you are a UK resident with the ability to work and live here).
If you have any questions about the job role or application, or would like any clarification on the opportunity, please email Celeste at firstname.lastname@example.org.