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10th Sep

Ecommerce Copywriter

— Successful Multi-channel Retailer

Location:
Central London
Type:
Salary:
£20-22k
  • Outdoor & Lifestyle brand.
  • Excellent culture and opportunities for development. 
  • Established digital team.   

This business is a market leader with a number of stores across the UK and an established eCommerce offering. They are looking for an additional eCommerce Copywriter team due to the growth of their sales online. As the business is multichannel in nature, there is scope to work across different types of content, giving the role lots of variety. 

What you’ll be doing

You’ll work primarily as part of the Content team; however liaise closely with the wider eCommerce and Digital Marketing functions. With both stores across the UK and a thriving eCommerce offering, your role will be to create content which engages the customer, raising the profile of the brand and ultimately moving the customer closer to purchase. 

Content will take lots of different forms, including product descriptions, SEO copy, buying guides, advertorials, and brand messaging for stores and the website. The business has 4 main eCommerce sites, each with a different tone of voice, so you’ll need to tailor your approach depending on which brand and format. Working closely with the Creative team will also allow you to ensure that visuals are aligned with copy. 

What experience you’ll need

  • Copywriting experience from either agency or client side. 
  • Ability to generate persuasive and compelling copy, with an understanding of broader marketing principles and how the two interact. 
  • Ideally educated to degree level or higher in a relevant subject area with strong writing skills. 
  • Comfortable taking to creative risks try new ideas and push originality. 
  • Happy working cross-functionally as part of a wider team. 
  • Able to work to deadlines whilst producing work of high quality. 

What you’ll get in return for your talents

A salary of £20-22k with benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, pension and fantastic social events throughout the calendar year. 

What’s next? 

Please get in touch with Rina to hear more about this one. 

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