We have two excellent Fixed-term contract opportunities for Marketing professionals to join this 'not for profit' financial services organisation. If you are a creative writer looking for a new story to tell this could be the ideal opportunity for you. In your new role you will be providing specialist copywriting services and advice within the Marketing Department and around the organisation in line with brand guidelines, technical requirements, team processes, internal policies, agreed standards, legislation and regulation. You will also produce, update, review and approve quality, compelling, compliant and creative marketing content across all channels, products and customer groups.

To be considered you will have experience of writing creative, compelling technical and promotional content maintaining compliance with regulatory, brand and editorial guidelines. You will have knowledge of writing for offline and digital channels and a recent track record of creating and reviewing impactful B2B and B2C copy.

We are seeking someone with the ability to work on multiple pieces of work at the same time and someone with a real passion for brand and house style.

Experience of working within Pensions would be absolutely ideal, a background in financial services or any other highly governed industry would be sufficient.

If you have a passion for words and love to create compelling copy get in touch now to progress an application.

Home-working with 1 day per week in the Crawley office.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Tasha Davidson on 0208 274 2842 / 07958 958626 or email tasha@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 08/11/2021
Location
Home / Office (1-day per week, West Sussex)
Job type
Contract
Salary
£Up to £30,000pa

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