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Head of Content / Copywriter

£26,000 per annum
40 hours a week
Position Type
Full Time
Closing Date
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Rampley & Co

Main Duties

Rampley & Co is a luxury menswear clothing company based in London and we are currently looking for a Head of Content to join our team.

We’re looking for someone with exceptional copywriting skills that has a real passion for writing, to create and manage the content output of the company. This will involve writing blog posts, writing scripts for YouTube, writing copy for the product pages, researching different topics to include in our content, and being responsible for developing and implementing a consistent tone of voice across all customer touch points. We are looking for someone to hit the ground running so you will need a good knowledge and passion for men’s fashion.

Although copywriting will be your primary role, you will enjoy the challenge of working within a small team and having a very broad role that encompasses different aspects of the business such as being involved in photography and video shoots and managing our social media presence.

You will have an interest in learning how an e-commerce fashion brand is run and scaled, and will be working closely with the founders at a critical stage of growth for the business. The role is available to start immediately, and you will be able to work remotely for part of the week, however we also need you to be either in, or within commuting distance of London.

Skills and Experience

Minimum previous entry-level experience as a copywriter.
Knowledge of men’s fashion
Detail focused
University degree
Experience in photography/videography is a bonus but not essential