No matter what your current job title is, if you’re a born communicator, you’re passionate about telling stories, and you live to create tight copy, this may be the job you’ve been waiting for.
Buffalo 7 is a specialist agency operating in the clearly-defined niche of presentation design. And we’re serious about being the very best. Our client list reads like a who’s who of the world’s top companies. And once a client works with us, they usually come back for more.
Our products look amazing, work flawlessly and leave our clients’ audiences awestruck. But before any of this can happen, we need skilled content, copy and storytelling experts to craft a compelling narrative as the backbone of the entire project.
And that’s where you could come in.
What we’re really looking for is a motivated writer with experience of corporate-style messaging, as well as traditional copywriting.
But on top of that, we want someone who can really get into our clients’ culture and goals to identify their key messages and strategically craft them into powerful stories.
You’ll be reporting to our Head of Storytelling, as we seek to strengthen the content team in our swanky new Manchester office.
As a person, you are hyper-organised, empathetic, self-aware and ready to collaborate with our broader team of super-talented people. Fun is at the heart of what we do, and we work hard to foster a culture – not just of the clichéd “work hard, play hard” – but also one of belonging.
Together, we have a shared vision of creating fantastic results for our clients and enjoying the process.
Reporting immediately to the Head of Storytelling, you will:
Beyond a salary in the region of £20-23.5K (dependent on experience) you will additionally benefit from:
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