Content Manager 

In this role, you’ll be responsible for planning and creating content on timely topics that matter to our audience and coordinating with others to bring it to life in engaging ways. You'll use research, data, business trends and creativity to create stories and content to a growing audience of financial services and corporate professionals. 

We’re looking for a creative story teller who “does it all” from planning to managing content projects, hands-on writing and more. We have ambitious plans to build our content in the coming years, so this is an excellent opportunity for a motivated hands-on individual with experience in content and familiarity with investment research.  

This is a remote position.  


  • Content strategy and planning: work with leadership to set strategic focus and quarterly content plans  
  • Research and identify timely topics for content creation, and manage content calendar to bring content to life in multiple formats 
  • Hands-on implementation: write blog posts, press releases, case studies, brief white-papers and other short form content 
  • Manage freelancers in writing and design, and handle project management to create content on schedule, in coordination with efforts to promote content with digital marketing 
  • Plan and manage webinars, and other types of events   
  • Handle project management of email newsletters 
  • Cross-functional collaboration: collaborate closely across the organization (e.g. Legal, Client Management etc.) and manage cross-functional initiatives to elevate our content  
  • Proactively provide content to client-facing and sales teams 
  • Track and communicate content marketing goals and KPIs, as well as program metrics, with a focus on learning and improving over time.   

Who we’re looking for:  

  • You are a stellar communicator with clear verbal and written communication 
  • You are a creative storyteller, who conceives new angles to create and re-purpose content so it resonates with all audiences 
  • You are comfortable with using research and data to create content that can be brought to life in many forms 
  • You thrive within a marketing team where sales enablement and demand gen is the focus.   
  • You have a passion for using digital media to create interactive experiences based on content and data. You are excited to push the boundaries of the stories we can tell.  
  • You have experience managing freelance writers and designers to scale content output while maintaining a high bar. You’re equally comfortable writing content yourself and working with domain experts to produce content.   
  • You have proven experience working in a fast-paced environment where resources are limited. You have a clear passion for building and you love moving quickly, but you also know that you must simultaneously build systems and processes that will scale.   
  • You are creative, collaborative and analytical with excellent organizational, time, and project management skills  
  • You have the grit and resourcefulness to see things through  
  • Interest in financial markets and market activity  
  • Proactive self-starter, with a demonstrated track record of taking initiative  
  • Comfortable with some ambiguity and the opportunity to shape function strategy   



  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent  
  • Minimum of five years of content marketing experience  
  • Demonstrated understanding of financial markets, financial services or investment research  
  • Interest and knowledge of technology trends and topics, since IT is a large and growing part of the work Coleman does for clients  
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills  
  • Demonstrated ability for critical thinking, project management and problem solving  
    • Experience using digital tools to create content (such as Canva, HootSuite, Vimeo, etc.) 
    • Ability to collaborate across departments (Client Management, New Business Development, Product, Technology)  
    • Experience with webinars 
    • Experience with Public Relations and video creation preferred 


Why Join Us?

If you are self-motivated, driven, and focused on achievement, there are no limits to your ability to succeed and grow with Coleman!

We know that our employees are our most valuable asset, and they make Coleman a vibrant and innovative place to work. As such, we strive to ensure the happiness and health of our employees. At our US locations, we offer a variety of perks, including a generous PTO package, free and/or subsidized fitness centers, corporate sports leagues, stocked break rooms, team outings, and other office celebrations throughout the year. Additionally, Coleman covers 90% of medical premiums, with medical coverage available on your first day of employment, along with your eligibility to enroll in our 401(K) plan with a company match!

We believe in fostering the personal and professional development of our employees, and strongly believe in our talents’ potential to develop into future leaders. We provide extensive orientation and training programs for each of our employees throughout their careers with Coleman, as well as educational assistance programs to encourage our people to stay curious and to continue learning.

We also believe in giving back to our communities. In that spirit, we provide each employee 2 paid community service days per year, and, as an organization, participate in other volunteer and fundraising activities that are meaningful to our employees.

We have an interactive management team, and an open and collaborative work environment, whereby we value creativity of thought and listen to the voice of our employees.

An Equal Opportunity Employer.All Coleman employees are required to sign the Company's standard non-compete agreement as a condition of accepting employment.

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