Creative Content Executive

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Salary:
Up to £22500.00 per annum plus benefits
Location:
Apply by:
23rd April 2019
Job type:
Graduate job

Creative Content Executive


Central London


£22,500 per annum



Are you a creative graduate with excellent written and verbal communication skills looking to work for an exciting company?


An excellent opportunity to work for a global leader in the online training industry, based in Central London. This rapidly growing business works with top end clients, producing innovative e-learning solutions for which they have won a variety of awards. They are looking for a creative, consultative and driven candidate to help develop client's briefs into exciting, original and inventive content and storyboards. You will work closely with the sales team, development team and clients to ensure the end product corresponds with the brief. The company culture is vibrant and friendly, and personal and professional development of their staff is of the utmost importance.



The Opportunity:


Develop interesting, creative and informative content for bespoke, online training solutions


Work across multiple projects in a variety of different sectors and subjects


Project Manage the process with the development team to ensure the content is of the highest quality and in line with the brief


Liaise with the clients throughout the process to keep them up to date and attain feedback


You will receive excellent training, as well as one personal development day per quarter in addition to your holiday allowance



Your Profile:


A minimum of a 2:1 degree in a creative of psychological degree will provide you with a good base to create engaging content for learning


An outgoing and confident personality, with excellent verbal communication will allow you to build good rapport with senior clients


Creativity will ensure interesting and informative content is produced


Good organisation and time-management will allow you to allow you to deliver across multiple projects in a variety of sectors


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