Required Skills

Content development min

Work Authorization

  • Citizen

Preferred Employment

  • Full Time

Employment Type

  • Direct Hire

education qualification

  • UG :- - Not Required

  • PG :- - Not Required

Other Information

  • No of position :- ( 1 )

  • Post :- 15th Dec 2022


Responsibilities :

  • Conducting in-depth research on industry-related topics in order to develop original content.
  • Responsible for developing content for articles, blogs, product descriptions, social media excerpts, and content consolidation of the company website.
  • Constantly keeping in touch with the marketing Business Development team in developing content for advertising campaigns and others.
  • Random proof-reading of content for errors and inconsistencies
    Working on constant improvements and skill-upgradation.

Mandatory Skills

  • Extremely Tech Savvy, Smart, Intelligent and Innovative (We mean it).
  • Self Starter Self Learner, who can pick up process and techniques through Self Study.
  • Good Skill in Internet searching to find out relevant information and solutions.
  • Extremely good communication skill in English. Both written and verbal.
  • Ability to quickly understand a given subject, research on Internet and quickly produce a good short article or just a paragraph on that topic. He/she should also have a demonstrated ability to think strategically and analytically about business, product, and technical challenges, with the ability to build and convey compelling value propositions.
  • Highly responsible and self-motivated.

Desired Skills

  • Innovative concepts for writing software projects, technical writing must have a passion for writing user-engagement blogs, articles, white papers, personas, and marketing collaterals.
  • Education Honours Graduation/ Graduation with specialisation in English.
  • Experience 3 5 years (We believe people can sometimes do great work, even without less experience, you can apply for writing skills aptitude Tests for the job opportunity).

Company Information