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Content Executive

Content Executive

Location: Brighton, East Sussex (Hybrid)

Salary: £22k - £24k (DOE) + Excellent Benefits

Full Time, 12 Month Contract, 2 days office, 3 days Remote

The Client:

Our client offers a leading content curation platform, driving marketing engagement and up to 10:1 ROI serving several of the top global automotive brands like Porsche and Volvo.

Theyre recently certified as a B-Corp and recognised as a Great Place to Work in 2023.

The Role:

As a Service Delivery Executive, youll report to the eCommerce Customer Success Director and work closely with Customer Success Managers.

This role enable you to work with some of the biggest eCom brands in the world.

You may have the opportunity to move into a permanent role at the end of the 12 month term.


? Curate content for clients using the company platform, following the content guidelines provided by customers.
? Be accountable for service delivery tasks across assigned accounts.
? Document, optimise, and implement best practices to continually improve company services at scale.
? Represent the customer by sharing feedback, updating colleagues on project status, and acting as their voice internally.

Skills and Experience:

? Ideally have 1 year of experience working in a similar role.
? technically-minded with a basic understanding of marketing concepts and processes.
? Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills.
? Highly organised, with excellent prioritisation and time management skills.
? Able to communicate effectively with colleagues and clients, demonstrating true team spirit.
? Possess a meticulous working methodology and are dedicated to completing tasks accurately and on time.
? Degree would be preferred.


? 28 days holidays
? Flexible working
? Regular team days out and events

If you are looking for a new challenge with an exciting Martech SaaS company and are inspired by how brands are humanising their co