Are you a sports fan with a passion for history? Do you have great written communication skills? Are you collaborative, creative, organized and love to try new things?
The Digital Content Coordinator at Heritage Werks is a copywriter, creative problem solver and QC point person for clients including professional sports teams (MLB, NBA, NHL and NFL) and Fortune 500 clients.
Work hand-in-hand with historians and creatives on web-based digital museums, interactive touchscreens, live video presentations and more. Write catchy headlines, clickable calls to action and engaging content. Learn new technologies and new skills working as part of the Content & Communications team.
This is an entry level position suitable for a relatively recent grad (history majors preferred) or someone with a few years of professional experience looking to expand their skills. Work arrangements flexible.
Copywriting and image curation for creative projects in collaboration with our historians including:
Writing engaging headlines, calls to action, trivia questions and more based on provided historical research and archival collections
Providing copy and image selections for client communications materials about archival programs, including coordination with internal design resources
Drafting website copy, including implementing SEO guidelines and recommending relevant key words
Curating images/links and draft copy to shape social media campaigns
Coordinating and managing content for multiple creative projects including websites, digital “museums”, touchscreens and other location-based content platforms, live and virtual interviews and presentations, etc. Responsibilities include:
Managing a regular editorial calendar of updates and site refreshes, including formatting content to meet CMS backend set up, uploading and publishing content)
Assisting with website maintenance, including basic HTML and CSS changes, troubleshooting and analytics reporting
Providing QC, proofreading and UX testing to ensure that all creative projects meet execution standards
Supporting recording, transcription and other technical support on video calls on Zoom, Team and other platforms
Executing additional projects as needed, including creating content for exhibits, history presentations, etc., in coordination with historians, archivists, and designers
Additional duties as assigned, including occasional administrative duties
Reports to the Creative Execution Manager and may also work closely with historians, researchers and the Director of Content & Communications
Proven experience writing engaging and clickable copy for a general audience
Professional experience working with creative digital projects such as in a digital agency, corporate communications team, sports front office, museum, etc.
BA/BS history major/minor or equivalent experience with academic or public history
Collaborative spirit with strong communication skills and excited to learn new things
Organized and responsible, proven attention to detail
Proven ability to shift priorities quickly and with good humor
WordPress or similar CMS experience preferred
Passionate sports fan a plus
Copyediting training a plus
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
Experience with Google Analytics or basic HTML a plus
Adobe Creative Suite experience (Acrobat DC and Photoshop) a plus