Jobs at BLUE MEDIA
We're looking for following positions as of July 2019
Content Manager (Remote – Work From home)
Job Date: 2019-03-02
Employment Type: part-time
Organization: BLUE MEDIA Marketing, Inc.
Our Address:California 91942, La Mesa, USA
Occupational Category:Writers and Authors, Managers
Job Location:8750 Mellmanor Dr, 91942 La Mesa, California, USA and other
BLUE MEDIA Marketing Inc. is looking for a Content Manager (part time contractor) for 2 – 6h per week. We are an SEO company from San Diego, California. Our team mostly consists of SEO specialists, writers, and web developers.
For a specific website project, you will stay on top of emails by assigning content to writers, assure quality of content, and push content live on your own on a weekly basis — with support from the project management team.
Expected work on the website is 2-6 hours per week — remotely/from home as contractor (1099). Compensation will be $600 per month with the opportunity to earn later.
We’d like you to have:
- An eye and ear for good and relevant content
- Comfortable making editorial judgments and provide feedback to writers
- Strong project management skills and the ability to work without supervision
- Excellent business communication skills
- Experience with WordPress to be able to push content live
Besides the U.S, we will also consider applications from other countries (among others) such as UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland, and from people with excellent English abilities (native speaker of English preferred) from any other country.
How to apply:
Send your application per email to email@example.com
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