Our client was founded in 2017, filling the gap for a powerful, visually stylish web and mobile based product for the acquisition and management of real estate. They are a team of 40 and their growth plans are truly global. They are on the cusp of receiving their Series-A funding investment which they will use as rocket fuel to grow their team. They are planning to grow by 30 people in the next 12 months.
Our clients offer hybrid working, plus the correct kit to be able to work successfully from home. They offer competitive salaries and bonus potential. All employees are entitled to 25 days holiday each year plus public holidays and receive an additional day of annual leave for every work-iversary up to your 5th work-iversary with the company.
Our client is an equal opportunity employer. They strive to always be as inclusive as possible in all aspects of employment and will not tolerate discrimination of any kind.
They are looking for a content marketing manager to join the marketing team and help them to create, produce and promote engaging content to their prospects and customers.
As Content Marketing Manager, you’ll be responsible for planning and producing client stories, case studies, thought leadership pieces, blog articles and social campaigns – via a mix of video and/or written content.
They are looking for someone who can independently create content – working alongside their Creative Director who will help bring your content to life, and their Marketing Manager who will help you to traffic content to the appropriate channels. You’ll be working with the Head of Marketing to develop new content ideas, and occasionally with agency partners and freelancers, when that extra resource is needed.
Here are some of the elements of the job they would expect you to be leading on:
This role is based in a permanent office space and they have kept a flexible working-from-home policy, meaning that most of the team WFH at least one day a week.
If you’re a passionate creator and you can answer yes to a couple of the following skills, you would be perfect for our clients role:
Stage 1: The initial phase will be an informal discussion about your experience, with the Head of Marketing. It will take between 30-45 minutes, and they will do this on Zoom.
Stage 2: An in-person interview with a couple of people from the revenue team, including their Marketing Manager and our CRO (Chief Revenue Officer). This will involve a general discussion about you, the company, and the role
Stage 3: The final-round interview with their CEO & Co-Founder. This discussion will be about your career and about some of the frameworks they put in place, to give everyone the best chance of success at the business.
LMRE United Kingdom consultant