Digital Content Coordinator (fixed-term, 12-month contract)

Salary: £21,000 pro-rata – 3 days per week

Reports to: Digital Product Manager

 

InnovateHer is on a mission to ‘get girls ready for the tech industry and the tech industry ready for girls,’ and we need a Digital Content Coordinator to help us fulfil this. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to be an integral part of our rapidly growing social enterprise. We promise you a vibrant, inspiring and positive working environment with supportive co-workers and plenty of opportunities to grow and develop as the business grows. 

 

As InnovateHer is a fast-growing small Community Interest Company (not-for-profit), with new online services, this is an exciting time to join our small team. This role is newly created and focussed on developing content for our eLearning platform. You’ll have the opportunity to input into how we do things, putting in place new ways of working and coming up with ideas to help improve our processes as we grow. 

 

Find out more about us here

 

Your role in our team:

 

You will be responsible for developing a suite of courses and inspirational content which will engage our teen communities through our new eLearning platform. You will plan and implement content packages working with our partner network and other external sources to produce content assets in various formats, with the aim of enhancing the student learning experience.

You’ll naturally be able to identify content partnership opportunities. You’ll monitor the results from the content you’ve created, making improvements based on student feedback and data. You’ll want to create social impact through your content, by making it inspiring for the students. You will be our ‘quality control’ function, ensuring that all content is on-brand, high quality and suitable for teens.

 

About you:
Competency-About-You

You are passionate about producing content and engaging with a variety of audiences through creative means and storytelling. You have 1 – 2 years of experience in either a learning or marketing environment, specifically in content creation. You’ll have samples of work you’ve produced to show us. You’ll be comfortable making decisions that are based on student data and competitor research, and you will be methodical.

 

We need you to be creative, flexible, and determined. You’ll be passionate about our mission and have a desire to drive change and raise awareness through your work. You’ll be happy to work autonomously to come up with new ideas, and you’ll get a kick out of experimenting. You thrive in an output based environment and relish the opportunities available in a growing social enterprise. You’ll be a true collaborator, working across our team whilst also working with external individuals and companies. 

 

You’ll be an excellent communicator and have a flair for adapting your style to suit the medium or message. You’ll be organised and able to plan your work well in advance, with a keen eye for detail. Your editing and proofreading skills will be excellent. You’ll be comfortable taking responsibility for your own projects and deliverables, whilst working closely with the Product Manager. 

 

If that sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!

 

What you’ll do:

 

Planning and quality control:

 

  • You’ll be responsible for developing content plans and outlines for our future eLearning courses and related content.
  • You’ll be our ‘quality control’ check, ensuring that all content is on-brand, in line with our values, and suitable for our teen audience.
  • You’ll monitor tone of voice across all channels to make sure it is consistent and suitable for the audience.
  • You’ll conduct regular reviews of our course content to assess it’s ongoing relevance.

 

Coordination:

 

  • You’ll liaise with external content production suppliers and industry tutors to produce high quality and engaging content for our eLearning platform.
  • You’ll support the facilitation of focus groups with the product manager.
  • You’ll work closely with the Outreach and Communities Executive on improving the student experience and support event delivery, where needed.

 

Creative Copywriting and storytelling:

 

    • You’ll generate creative ideas for our course content, including exploring new formats for delivery which improve the student experience.
  • You’ll understand that our content needs to be created with accessibility in mind.
  • You’ll write engaging scripts for tutors and assist them to produce videos in our brand style.
  • You’ll integrate findings from our research into course content, working closely with our product manager.
  • You’ll produce and edit engaging copy for our e-learning platform
  • You’ll brief the marketing team with relevant course content to be used across our marketing channels.

 

Safeguarding

 

  • You’ll keep updated on safeguarding to ensure a safe environment for our students.


Nice to have

    • You might be able to edit videos in our brand style, adding captions and branding
    • A marketing background would be preferable as we think this gives you a good understanding of audiences, tone of voice, tailoring messaging, brand guidelines, and managing content producers.
  • It would be awesome if you had knowledge of G-suite tools (Drive, docs, email), and collaborative tools (Trello, Slack, Zoom, Google Meet). As a remote-first organisation, we rely heavily upon our collaborative tools
  • Experience of editing a website via a Content Management System (not essential).

 

Location:

We are a remote-first organisation, which means that you can work from home or any location in the UK. We have an office based in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, at 12 Jordan street. This space can be used for collaboration or as a base to work from if working from home full time isn’t for you. Once a quarter we’ll ask you to meet with the rest of the team face to face for our planning and strategy days. 

 

What we offer:

This is a part-time role at 24 hours a week. The salary is £21k per annum pro-rata (approx £12,600 per year before tax).

We provide a laptop (mac) and all the equipment you’ll need to work remotely.

 

What else you’ll get from us:

Our team work hard every day to make a difference to people’s lives, particularly the young girls we work with. In return, we are proud to provide our team with a wide range of benefits, including flexible working and a generous annual leave package, which contributes to maintaining a strong work-life balance. 

 

Benefits include:

  • Remote working with the option to collaborate in the office base.
  • Flexible working hours – we are an output-driven organisation and we operate on trust.
  • 17 days annual leave (part-time allowance), birthday off, plus full office shut down at Christmas.
  • Access to our feminist book library!
  • A supportive team environment with an open culture.
  • Training and development opportunities tailored to your personal development plan.

 

Equal Opportunities 

 

InnovateHer is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. 

 

All InnovateHer employees will undergo an enhanced DBS check because we work closely with young people. Having a criminal record will not necessarily stop you from being an employee at InnovateHer. However, any information contained on your Disclosure certificate would require further consideration before a recruitment decision could be made. All such cases are fully and fairly considered before a final decision is reached and InnovateHer would normally provide you with the opportunity to discuss, in person, the circumstances of any information revealed.

 

We are operating a blind recruitment practice at stage one, which means we do not require your name or gender at this stage.

 

Timeline 

 

First stage:

CV, written answers

Deadline for applications: 30th June 2021

Second stage:

Voice Clip recording (3 questions, 10 minutes)
Deadline: 8th July 2021

 

Third stage:

Short task/presentation (5 minutes)
Face-to-face interview (virtual): 19th – 23rd July 2021

 

Notification of decision: Monday 26th July

 

Start date: Dependent on notice period

 

Apply for this role by filling out our application form and submitting your CV. Our first stage is a blind recruitment process so please make sure to remove your name, age and gender from your CV and examples of work.

 

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Face to face interview:

Include a short task – 5 minute presentation on a course topic idea? Or sample of copy?

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