Content Strategy Manager

Auckland
Consult
Permanent - Full Time

Job Description:

Our client is a leading life sciences software company that digitally connects researchers to their ideas and data across across multiple scientific products. Due to growth in the business, a new role exists for an experienced Content Manager to oversee the development and execution of the content program. The role The content program is a strategic and valuable initiative for the company and the customer community that engages millions of scientific researchers via video and written content, ranging from researchers in labs through to science students.The Content Strategy Manager will be responsible for the end-to-end strategy of the program, from planning to development to marketing. You'll be responsible for the development of content that is clear, engaging and well-organised, leveraging all possible marketing channels to increase engagement. This includes website optimisation, SEO, email marketing, social and paid media.This is an exciting opportunity to lead a core initiative, and help drive high engagement and impact for a fast growing life sciences software business. About you You'll be an experienced content manager who can oversee all aspects of content strategy. You don't get overwhelmed by managing teams of subject matter experts, or coordinating across channels with a lot of moving parts. A background in life sciences is essential, whether that comes from your scientific degree, or career experience in a life sciences organisation. You'll thrive in a high-growth environment, be highly motivated and detail-oriented.If you get a kick out of working around highly intelligent and educated people, are a whiz at managing content strategy, and want to join a supportive team based in central Auckland, submit your application now.

Ownership of the end-to-end strategy of the content program

Life sciences education and/or career experience essential

Supportive, high-growth company based in central Auckland







































Posted on: 

17 May 2021