Content Manager

You’re an awesome content and project manager. You’re highly organized, on time, an effective communicator and an even better listener.  First and foremost, we’re looking for someone to fill this part-time Content Management position.

In addition to content management, there is also opportunity to take on writing assignments.  So if you’re also a strong writer with experience in content marketing, blog writing, managing a content calendar, and working with other writers, then you’re probably a great fit for this role.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Communicating with clients via email and phone.
  • Communicating with the team via Slack, email, and Skype.
  • Content editing
  • Managing milestones, deadlines, and deliverables.
  • Quality assurance
  • Content strategy and consultation
  • Writing procedures and other docs in Google Docs.
  • Writing and teaching what you’re best at.

Bonus points if you have experience with…

  • WordPress
  • Trello
  • Google Docs
  • Drip for email marketing (and other email marketing tools)
  • HelpScout
  • SEO

You’re based in the continental US and you have regular, daily availability during US-business hours.

This is a part-time position with a flexible 15-20 hour/week workload.  Make your own hours, except we expect you to check-in at least once per week day and be available during normal US business hours.

Most of our teammates stay with us for a year or longer, so you should have the expectation of a longterm, part-time commitment.

In addition to Content Management duties, there may be opportunities to take on writing and/or editing assignments. Please specify in your application if you’d be open to writing assignments, and if so, provide samples of your blog writing work.

You’re comfortable working remotely, you have a reliable Internet connection and you’re able to host occasional voice calls with clients and teammates during business hours.

Is this you?  Apply below.


  • Are you available immediately? Are you available for a long-term, part-time position (15-20 hours/week during business hours)?
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