Background & Purpose of the Job
The Content Editor is a crucial part of the editorial team, which is responsible for editing, localizing, and publishing content across multiple media. We are looking for enthusiastic, hardworking candidates with a passion for editing and optimizing B2C content for a Vietnamese audience.
The Content Editor lead will manage a small number of editors, and partner with program managers, business stakeholders, localization specialists, and the production team to deliver a best-in-class product experience.
The successful candidate will be self-directed, yet equally comfortable contributing within a large team environment. Strong interpersonal skills, time management, and attention to detail are required.
Who You Are & What You’ll Do
Manage and support a small team of editors. Project manage technical and marketing communications through their life cycle, including editing, designing, localizing and publishing/distributing content.
Work autonomously, driving concurrent projects to completion. Successfully collaborate with multiple stakeholders across various disciplines, anticipating both business and customer needs and priorities.
Perform quality assurance by reviewing and updating documentation for accuracy, and consistency in voice, tone, and messaging. Writing, revising, and reviewing UI text. Contributing to the development of internal style guides and evangelizing their use. Reviewing content performance.
What You’ll Need to Succeed
Experience managing content projects, including coordinating with other teams. Bachelor's degree in English, communications, technical writing, or related field, or comparable job experience.
Demonstrate project management experience. Experience working in a CMS platform. Experience with a markup language, such as HTML and/or XML. Demonstrated success at learning and explaining business processes.
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