Wanted: Digital Content Coordinator

January 12, 2015

We’re on the lookout for a new Digital Content Coordinator to take on the responsibility of creating and publishing content for our blog and managing our social media channels with the overarching aim of enhancing our reputation as one of the leading entertainment suppliers for corporate events, weddings, and private parties across the UK.

Possessing a natural flair for combining creative copy with action-inducing storytelling, as Digital Content Coordinator your main duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Writing articles and case studies on recent events utilising a combination of rich imagery and  superb storytelling

  • Sending out #awesometweets to share and publish content from our site to our network of #eventprofs around the world

  • Coming up with new ideas for useful event-oriented blog articles and writing them to help improve our reputation as a source of event entertainment knowledge

  • Managing a variety of our social media channels including (but not limited to) Facebook, Pinterest, G+ and Instagram

  • Coming up with creative ways to increase page views, conversions and optimise on-site copy for SEO purposes

  • Collaborating with our in-house marketing team and relevant stakeholders to improve all elements of our online marketing strategy

  • Using your writing ability to contribute to any and all areas of the business, whether it’s helping a colleague with a client pitch, writing the copy for our monthly newsletter or updating the staff profiles on our website

  • Managing an editorial calendar with upcoming details of event-focused articles and collaborating with colleagues to get the inside scoop on any event 




Of course, this job covers a niche range of roles and responsibilities, so these are the qualities that we’re on the lookout for in all potential candidates:

You don’t need to be told what to do every day and you’re more than capable of coming up with your own ideas from concept to creation

You have a real passion for (and experience) writing in a range of styles and tones for a wide-ranging, professional audience

You know how to sum up an article in 140 characters and the right #hashtags to use

You know your way around an online publishing platform (preferably Textpattern, but Wordpress will do too)

You know your .jpgs from your .pngs and how to work with images for web use

You’ve used social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter in the past to promote a company or cause

You have 1+ years of experience in a Digital Marketing role (or similar)

And bonus points if you can fulfil any of this criteria:

You’ve got experience working in the events industry

You know how to use Photoshop or any professional image editing software

You’ve got an understanding of HTML and CSS and the ability to make basic formatting edits to webpages and articles

In return you’ll get a competitive salary, 20 days holiday (+ bank holidays) and the chance to work within a small, tight-knit company full of passionate people and bright personalities – not to mention you’ll also have the opportunity to visit gorgeous behind-the-scenes locations around the London events scene like the Tower Of London, the Gherkin, the Tate & more.


If you’re interested, send us over your CV along with a cover letter explaining why you’re suitable for the job as well as some examples of your recent work to samantha@sternbergclarke.co.uk

Applications close 31st Jan 2015