Graduate Junior Copywriter (Content Specialist)

Cavalry

Calendar IconApplication Dates:
25 September 2018 - 26 October 2018
Briefcase IconJob Time:
Full-time Role
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New Zealand CitizenNew Zealand Permanent ResidentNew Zealand Working Visa
Job Remuneration IconRemuneration Type:
Paid
Map Marker IconLocations:
Auckland City (New Zealand)
Graduation Cap IconDisciplines:
business and commercecommunicationscommunications digital mediaPlus Icon

About Cavalry

Cavalry is an established marketing and design agency, based in Central Auckland, with a small but passionate team who work with a diverse range of awesome clients across New Zealand.


The role

With an increasing need to help these clients tell stronger and more compelling brand stories, Cavalry is looking for an exceptional Junior Copywriter to help plan, develop and curate new content for some of its most active clients. This could include anything from Customer & Project Showcases, BLOG articles, Case Studies, Social Media Posts, Web Pages, Product Reviews, Customer EDMs, Reports and everything in between. 

The role will suit someone that can research topics, collate ideas and content, and present this well (with the help of the rest of the team).


Requirements

  • Final year student or recent graduate in Communications, Marketing or similar  
  • A high level of attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential 

The Cavalry team are a relaxed bunch, and don’t take themselves too seriously, so a good sense of humour would be a bonus!


Why choose Cavalry?  

Not your typical agency, Cavalry are about quality over quantity and they look after their team, which includes making sure everyone goes home on an evening and no late work nights like bigger agencies. They’re a collaborative team who like to have a laugh and they even have a little office Dog named Forbes!


Please log in to apply for this position. All applications must be made via this site. If you have any questions please contact Chelsie Hendrickson at Chelsie.hendrickson@aut.ac.nz