We're looking for just the right person to become our new Content Curator here at The School of Evolutionary Herbalism. This person is responsible for creating, curating, editing, publishing and posting content throughout our various online platforms, such as our blog, YouTube channel, podcast, and social media channels (Facebook and Instagram).
The essence of this role involves taking a transcript of video content shot by Sajah or Whitney, or a podcast interview, and editing it down into a well organized and logically structured blog post. This involves having a knack for taking spoken content and “translating” it into a well-crafted piece of written content. Social media posts and an email will also be crafted for promotion, along with accompanying imagery. All of these “post assets” are to be kept in a well organized and structured content management system.
You will work closely with the founders of the business (Sajah and Whitney), as well as our Operations Manager Elisha, to make sure that you’re able to understand our voice and brand, so you can create content that’s in alignment with the values of the company.
A strong foundation in herbalism is not necessary for this position, but would prove very helpful. Experience in copywriting, editing, social media management, and marketing is preferred. Past students & alumni are preferred for this position, as they have personal experience and a depth of knowledge about our work, school & courses, however it’s not necessary to be a student to be considered for this position.
You must be great at working on the computer for many hours a day, have a good artistic eye to support the brand’s aesthetic, and be a great writer proficient in English with solid grammar & spelling skills. You must also be highly organized and able to create & follow systems and deadlines, as well as be self-motivated and able to excel at working in a virtual environment alone and collaborating with a team from afar.
Lastly, one very important aspect to this position is the ability to receive constructive criticism and feedback from your team leads in a humble and receptive manner, as our voice is a very important and critical part of the businesses and we take this role very seriously. If you know yourself to be humble, open minded, flexible and see that input and feedback is a learning point and not an attack against your own personal character, then we encourage you to click the link below!
Application Deadline Friday, June 18th at 12pm Pacific