Learn about the responsibilities and requirements that should be included in every content manager job description.
The role of a Content Manager is to develop, plan, implement, monitor, and improve a company’s content strategy. They are also tasked with managing a team of content creators and in some cases working with agencies and other partners to create content.
Most content managers begin their careers as content creators and then move into management once they gain enough experience. Within smaller companies, content management may be handled by the marketing manager but as the company grows a specialist content manager is hired to oversee that part of the company’s marketing plan.
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As the content manager, you will be responsible for planning, producing, publishing, and monitoring our content strategy and managing our team of content creators. To be a good fit for this role you will have an eye for detail, be creative, be a people person, and have great analytical skills.
Our current content strategy includes written content such as blog posts, articles, and e-books, and video content such as product videos and explainer videos. If you have experience with these forms of content, we’d love to hear from you. Even better, send us a portfolio of your published work so we can see for ourselves the content you’ve helped create.
We’re happy to be an equal opportunity employer! We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, age, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical conditions, sexual orientation, pregnancy, and gender. We encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.
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