Production Assistant, Mollie Makes - Future Publishing Ltd - England
This job is located in Bath, England (map)
Do you want to take your first step into a digital editorial role?
Be the Production Assistant on the Mollie Makes digital team and work across our new-look website, apps and social media channels.
Launched a year ago Mollie Makes has established itself as a ground breaking and successful print publication, we are now ready to accelerate the brand online.
Supporting the Digital Editor, you'll write original and relevant copy, create captions, headers and stand firsts, ensuring that all copy is optimised for online.
You'll source, produce and repurpose relevant content and sub-edit incoming copy, ensuring it is grammatically correct, fits the house style, and is checked for legal accuracy.
Highly organised, you'll ensure that the workflow for the team is structured and runs smoothly at all times to ensure that deadlines are met.
Using your keen interest in social media, you'll play a key role in driving digital traffic via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube to the Mollie Makes digital platforms.
Passionate about Mollie Makes, craft and design, you'll have demonstrable editorial experience and/or a journalism qualification, as well as a keen desire to work in a digital editorial role.
You'll be able to write short, snappy copy and know how to optimise content for the web using SEO.
An active user of Twitter, Pinterest, Ravelry and Facebook, you'll have a keen interest in blogging, and preferably have your own blog. Proven web production skills are needed including experience of using a CMS and HTML. Highly organised with a good eye for detail, you'll be confident sub-editing copy and working to tight deadlines.
It sounds like a perfect all-round digital journalism role, doesn't it! If you think you could bring something special to the Mollie Makes digital team, and you want to combine your interest in crafting, writing and social media, we want to hear from you.
How to apply:
To apply you'll need to submit your CV, a link to your own blog or examples of relevant writing, as well as a brilliant covering letter telling us what you can bring to the Mollie Makes team.
In addition to your CV you need to submit a 150-word blog post with a header, standfirst and tags that you think would be suitable for the Mollie Makes website.
You need to include the copy for the promotional Tweet to go with your blog post.
Email your application to email@example.com, mentioning that you found this job on Journalism.co.uk.
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