The FEED/DEPT® Way

 We’re an award-winning, full-service agency that helps hungry brands stand out at speed and sell at scale. Here at FEED/DEPT®, we’re all about creating powerful ideas, campaigns, and products for our clients like Uber, Smart and eBay to name a few.

We’re entrepreneurs and adventurers. We’re brand builders, change-makers, and game-changers. Our goal is to change perceptions, shape new behaviours, and transform businesses.

The Impact You’ll Have

As a French speaking Junior Copywriter, you will join our global Copy Team made up of 25+ people around the world. You'll create compelling marketing and social content for clients, provide support to the Paris Copy Team, and collaborate with the wider FR Creative Team. You will write for all digital channels, providing on-brand website copy that drives clicks and engagement.

Working closely with the Paris Copy Team, you will follow and improve upon creative standards, processes, and guidelines to maximise quality and minimise churn. This role requires a genuine passion for the craft of copywriting, an affinity for brand storytelling, and a keen eye for detail.

This is a 3 month FTC, based in the UK.

Day to Day

  • Support the Paris Copy Team with their daily work
  • Create clear, effective, and original copy and content for our clients’ onsite marketing
  • Iterate on copy changes quickly and effectively with guidance from senior Copywriters
  • Adhere to clients' tone of voice and brand guidelines
  • Research competitors and trends for creative inspiration
  • Collaborate with Designers
  • Contribute to team creative brainstorms
  • Proactively support other Copywriters regionally and globally

What We’re Looking for 

  • Mastery of French language and grammar (native speaker)
  • Understanding of UK and US English
  • 0-1 years copywriting experience; a background in agency or brand is preferred
  • Experience in the e-commerce/retail environment a plus
  • Exposure to multi-channel digital copy and brand development; a background in social media content and copywriting preferred
  • Ability to create marketing content that sells
  • Confidence in working with other Copywriters and Editors
  • Readiness to work at a fast pace on large marketing campaigns with many assets
  • An understanding of the importance of consistency across different touchpoints of a user journey
  • Ability to communicate ideas clearly and enthusiastically
  • A collaborative approach to getting things done
  • A supportive, proactive attitude towards projects

Benefits

  • 25 days’ holiday exclusive of bank holidays
  • Hybrid working - There is no set number of days required in the office, just encourage, especially for social events and team collaborations
  • Annual DEPT® festival
  • Buddy Program - All new joiners will be paired with a FEED/DEPT Buddy’ to help them through their first weeks’
  • Allowance to facilitate remote working during WFH period
    Feed Social - Early finish every other Friday, Pizza Friday’s, Weekly, monthly and quarterly social
  • Feed Knowledge - Want to learn a new tool or subscribe to a newsletter? We’ll provide an allowance to support your professional development
  • Feed Kudos - Be recognised and rewarded for going the extra mile and helping the business exceed its goals
  • Feed Wellbeing - People are the very heart of who we are, and we are dedicated to supporting you to feel comfortable, healthy and happy at work

 

About DEPT®: DEPT® is a pioneering technology and marketing services company that creates integrated end-to-end digital experiences for brands such as Google, KFC, Philips, Audi, Twitch, Patagonia, eBay and more. Its team of 3,500+ digital specialists across 30+ locations on 5 continents delivers pioneering work on a global scale with a boutique culture. DEPT® is committed to making a positive impact on the planet and since 2021 has been Climate Neutral and B Corporation certified.

Learn more about our diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts here.

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