We are looking for a Content Producer to join our social media team, producing brand-focused content to support its partnership with a mainstream entertainment TV show. You’ll be part of a team that works with brands and broadcasters including the BBC, The BRIT Awards, Red Bull and Amazon Prime Video.
The role is offered on a short-term contract and will sit within a large team creating a variety of content for distribution on all social channels. The key focus is to produce funny, engaging and topical content that promote the brand’s relationship with the show with a view to increase its audience size.
We are looking for a producer with a passion for identifying and creating engaging social content, first-class copywriting skills, great attention to detail, and the ability to work within tight deadlines.
The ideal candidate will be able to clearly show us their love of social media, meme culture, enjoy being part of a team and write copy that makes people laugh.
- Working as an integral part of the project’s social team to establish and develop content that builds a new audience for the brand partner.
- Using templates to create social assets including static graphics, GIFs and subtitled videos
- Writing engaging, funny, current and relatable copy
- Scheduling and publishing content across key social platforms
- Keeping up to date with current trends and conversations across all platforms and feeding this knowledge into our content plans
- Demonstrable enthusiasm for social media, entertainment and pop culture
- Experience of creating social media content that drives shares
- Excellent attention to detail
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Basic knowledge of Photoshop and Premiere
This contract will start the week commencing the 21st June and will run until w/c 23 August. There will be a mixture of remote working, as well as on-location at the studio and in the office. This role is 5 days per week. It will include working evenings and weekends.
Please apply here by uploading your CV, day rate and cover letter explaining why you want to work for Somethin’ Else in this role by 16th June.
The interview process will involve one stage only with shortlisted candidates asked to take part in a short task to showcase their content creation skills alongside an interview.
Somethin’ Else is committed to equal employment opportunities and to ensuring a diverse and inclusive workforce. We therefore welcome applications from all sections of society and are open to discussing flexible or part-time working arrangements.
We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, people with disabilities and women, as they are under-represented in the business. If you have a disability or a need that we can accommodate in our hiring process, please let us know.
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