We have opportunities in this role in London.
Help us deliver our message
Are you a digital writer who can analyse a brief and create the kind of copy that will connect with Barclays customers? Can you apply our tone of voice to online communications and ensure our messages are customer focused, consistent and within the guidelines set by our structured content strategy? If you can, this is a fantastic opportunity to work with our Head of Editorial and play a central role in the growth of our online and digital brand.
What you'll give our customers as an Editorial Manager
Understanding what people want to know and how to connect with them is a fundamental part of this role. You'll work alongside the UX, design and production teams, delivering great content for all Barclays digital platforms including Barclays.co.uk and Barclays.mobi, as well as tablet and external marketing content. You'll maintain a high focus on the customer experience and ensure all copy is of the highest editorial standards, written grammatically and error free.
What you'll get in return as an Editorial Manager
Help our customers get the best that Barclays has to offer, and you'll get the same in return. We're not just talking about valuable benefits like great bonus potential, private healthcare, childcare savings, and a huge range of employee discounts. You'll also enjoy a unique company spirit that believes in giving people the freedom to do a great job today, and the support to reach their biggest ambitions in the future.
What you'll need as an Editorial Manager
The success of everyone at Barclays is measured by their ability to put our customers at the centre of their day. To do that in this role, you'll have gained experience writing for blue-chip brands as a writer within a digital environment. You'll have a basic knowledge of CMS systems and SEO, and you'll be a practical self-starter who can work to deadlines.
We'll judge you on your ability and nothing else.
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