At Daisy, the content manager is required to provide enthusiastic and creative support to the marketing team and the wider business at an exciting and strategically important time of growth. Working on different types of integrated campaigns and programmes, you will create content that presents our portfolio of solutions and products in a creative and easy-to-understand manner to support lead-generation activity, boost Daisy’s company profile, and enhance the customer experience. Job Description Support the marketing team in the brainstorming and creation of creative ideas and themes for campaign content and other collateral. As well as working closely with the marketing director and strategy director on thought leadership content. This will involve researching and creating high-quality, engaging content across a range of topics for web, social, and print. As a key brand ambassador working alongside the graphic designer, you will be a key point of contact for both the marketing team and the wider business in ensuring a consistent tone of voice and adherence to brand guidelines across all external and, where required, internal collateral Collaborate with external content/PR agency and writers and other industry experts for content syndication, key PR projects and for creation of relevant content that meets needs of key stakeholders and our audience Work with campaign managers and account managers to create internal customer stories and external case studies to build up a bank of references to support bids, sales presentations, internal awareness etc. Oversee the company’s main social media accounts and presence (in-line with branding guidelines) both via the native platform and through our B2B scheduling software, as well as delivering monthly and quarterly reporting on activity and performance to help influence future decisions Support SEO strategy delivery, driving keyword usage and best practice on all customer-facing digital channels Be responsible for main internal company announcements and oversee any internal comms that fall under marketing’s remit managed by the marketing apprentices Be instrumental in the ongoing improvement of the quality of all content (email communications, websites, internal sites, blogs, social media, etc).