Role: Senior Copywriter 

Location: Nottingham 

 

ROLE MISSION

Working onsite at the client's office and remotely, the Copywriter creates powerful and impactful copy for straplines and headlines for all forms of printed collateral, web pages, email campaigns, social media, presentations, advertising, marketing and sales collateral.   

Copy produced will be both for content and headlines for digital, and print based projects including web pages, news articles, advertising, marketing and sales collateral as well as potential presentation scripts.   

 

 

ABOUT THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING

Reporting to the Account Director, the Copywriter sits within a team of 6-7. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING IN YOUR ROLE

  • Produce original copy for brochures, leaflets, flyers, newsletters, websites and microsites, banners, eDM, invites, social media, direct mail, tenders, presentations, advertising, marketing and sales collateral 
  • Brainstorm visual and copy ideas with other members of the team 
  • Work closely with the team to deliver all copy to ensure consistency and accuracy across all messaging to the agreed briefs and established brand values 
  • Follow and help build a tone of voice consistent to the client throughout all copy and proactively make recommendations for the direction of client projects 
  • Undertake research and develop an understanding of the client’s target audience and competitor products 
  • Form close relationships with the product team in order to source product information and unique selling points of products 
  • Generate engaging, customer focused content to add value to the customer’s experience 
  • Use briefs to create original on-brand copy across a variety of channels to a high standard, sticking to tight deadlines  

 

WHAT SKILLS WILL HELP YOU BE SUCCESSFUL 

  • Ability to create original, impactful and engaging work for digital and print campaigns  
  • A record in creating immaculate copy that stands out from the crowd  
  • The ability to plan and strategize high-profile projects  
  • An excellent team player: collaborative and adept at building relationships with stakeholders at all levels.  
  • The ability to write on-brand B2C and B2B creative copy that delivers a consistent tone of voice  
  • The ability to work well under pressure and manage workloads and multiple projects effectively 
  • Be self-motivated, proactive and collaborative, with a can-do attitude 
  • Experience in Energy sector - advantageous.
  • An interest in Sustainability or Net Zero practices 

 

8+ years of relevant experience in: 

  • Digital 
  • Print 
  • Motion Graphics 
  • Artwork 
  • Production   

 

 

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 4000 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 groundbreaking work

Be always learning and listening to understand

Be Results-focused to exceed expectations

 

 

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Job ID: 4942 

 

Inside Ideas Group and its’ affiliates are equal opportunity employers committed to creating an inclusive working environment where all our employees are encouraged to reach their full potential, and individual differences are valued and respected.  All [suitable] applicants shall be considered for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by local laws.

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