Role: Senior Copywriter (FTC 6 Months)

Location:London / Remote

ROLE MISSION

Working in partnership with our client, you will be creating copy and developing ideas across social, print, email, and everything in-between. Although you will need to be experienced across various forms of copywriting, a solid understanding around social is a must.

THIS ROLE IS RIGHT FOR YOU IF...

You are a Copywriter that is passionate about creating and crafting copy for an assortment of brands and channels. Pushing the copy and ideas to make our work sing and stand out from the noise.

ABOUT THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING

You'll be working alongside a great team of talented and likeminded individuals in our London office

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING IN YOUR ROLE

  • Create creative ideas and copy across various advertising and marketing formats.
  • Main disciplines is social & email but each day can bring a new format,
    so you must be comfortable writing for various media.
  • Lead and push our creative copywriting output across all briefs big or small.
  • Line manage and mentor the creative copywriting team.
  • Brainstorm visual and copy ideas within the creative team.
  • Work closely with the team to deliver all copy and ensure consistency and
    accuracy across all brands you touch.

WHAT SKILLS WILL HELP YOU BE SUCCESSFUL 

  • Ability to create original, impactful and engaging ideas & copy across social,
    digital and print campaigns.
  • Loves the craft of writing across all media, with a built-in understanding of
    how to adapt your writing style to the different creative outputs.
  • Have a genuine love for creating ideas and pushing those ideas whenever
    the opportunity arises.
  • An excellent team player: collaborative and adept at building relationships
    with everyone both internal and external.
  • The ability to write on-brand B2C and B2B creative copy that delivers a
    consistent tone of voice
  • Be self-motivated, proactive and collaborative, with a can-do attitude
  • Experience in the Alcoholic beverage sector.
  • 8+ years of experience within creative teams and departments 

ABOUT OUR COMPANY

Lots of agencies say they're different. OLIVER is.

OLIVER believes that agencies work better inside a brand's organisation; delivering more effective work at the speed required to drive modern businesses forward. Using our unique Inside Intelligence methodology, we build specialist, dedicated in-house agencies that collaborate with clients to form better marketing solutions.

Established in 2004, our model is now driven by over 2000 people, working across more than 200 in-house agencies globally. Clients include The Guardian, Unilever, Barclaycard, PepsiCo, AXA, The AA, Adidas, BMW, Post Office, and 3M. OLIVER is part of the Inside Ideas Group (IIG), which also includes a global content agency to Adjust your Set, design, experience, and engineering company DARE and property marketing specialists Aylesworth Fleming.

OUR VALUES

We are a company built on our values; we have given you a brief overview below but would love to tell you more.

 

Be Ambitious to succeed

Be Imaginative to push the boundaries of what’s possible

Be Inspirational to do ground breaking work

Be always learning and listening to understand

Be Results-focused to exceed expectations

 

As an employer, we are committed to ensuring representation of people from all backgrounds regardless of their gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, or any other aspect which makes them unique. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds to apply and would encourage you to let us know if there are steps, we can take to ensure that your recruitment process enables you to present yourself in a way that makes you comfortable.

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