Content Lead

By | March 11, 2021


Job Description:At Carbon Engineering, our vision is to lead the world in the large-scale removal of carbon dioxide from the air and advance our shift to a sustainable carbon-neutral society. This role will be a great fit for someone who feels passionately about this vision, and who wants to be a part of a fast-paced culture where contributions are noticed.Position ScopeYou are a strategic content creator and skillful writer that has experience developing and executing content strategies to grow company brands. As part of our team, you will ideate, plan and execute content strategies that align to and drive our business objectives, and will create exceptional content across a variety of mediums. This is an opportunity for a passionate and dedicated individual to lead the content strategy for a company at the forefront of the emerging and critical new carbon removal industry. This position reports to the Manager, Communication. The successful candidate will be based in either Vancouver or Squamish B.C. and will be required to work at the Carbon Engineering headquarters in Squamish on a semi-regular basis (pending COVID restrictions).ResponsibilitiesResponsible for the planning, development, and execution of Carbon Engineering’s content and creative strategyServe as an exemplary writer; plan, write and produce compelling written content for a variety of platforms Plan and direct CE’s visual content strategy, including the development of PowerPoint slides, infographics, videos, animations, and promotional assetsSupport the Business Development team in the creation of a variety of proposals, including but not limited to RFIs, RFPs, government and funding proposals, and corporate proposals. This work may entail research, copywriting, editing, document control, and design coordination.Collaborate with company management and key stakeholders to understand their objectives, audiences, and the types of content that will best support company goalsEvolve and ensure consistency and integrity behind our company’s brand and brand guidelinesConduct thorough research on climate and energy related topics to generate ideas for new content and learn the nuances of the clean energy and climate policy industriesServe as editor-in-chief for all written content to ensure quality, clarity and consistency with CE’s brand voice.Support CE’s brand strategy through the development of brand names and trademarks, product positioning and taglines.QualificationsEducation: Bachelor’s degree in English, communication, journalism, marketing or a related fieldExperience: 7-10 years relevant experience 5+ years’ writing experience, preferably with topics related to climate change, energy, or policy3+ years’ experience developing and executing content strategiesMust have a knack and love for writing, with an affinity to take complex concepts and present them in a way that connects with the intended audienceExcellent eye for design A strong ability to think both creatively and critically An assertive self-starter who will chime in with new ideas and new ways of working/thinkingImpeccable grammar and spelling and strong attention to detailMust be comfortable working in a fast-paced and quickly evolving environment Excellent communicator who is experienced and comfortable working closely with senior stakeholdersComfortable working autonomously and in a close team environmentA passion and strong understanding of the clean energy industry and our business’ missionBrand development experience considered an asset NOTE: Applicants selected for interview will be asked to submit a portfolio of relevant work as part of your application. Carbon Engineering is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive equal consideration for employment regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age. Powered by JazzHR ZaeKNFqrAc
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