Creative consultant (UK)

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As a creative consultant, you’ll work on writing and consultancy projects for some of the world’s biggest brands – and a few smaller but no less exciting ones, too. From helping them define their tone of voice, to writing websites, blogs, packaging, chatbot scripts, and everything in between. You’ll be a star trainer, too, designing and running workshops to help people be more effective writers at work.

You’re already a writer who’s worked with brands and businesses

Maybe you’re called a copywriter right now, or a verbal identity associate, or a brand language consultant. What matters is that you have at least two years’ experience in a creative agency or client-side, writing for brands and businesses. Ideally, you’ve also worked on meaty consultancy projects, like tone of voice and messaging.

You’re ideally some kind of trainer too

You’re a confident, persuasive and entertaining speaker who can improvise at the drop of a hat. And ideally, you have some experience of running or facilitating workshops.

You can switch between brands’ voices with ease

You’re just as comfortable writing about banking and technology as you are writing about hummus and deodorant.

You’re allergic to brand-speak and corporate jargon

Because why would anyone want to ‘optimize a holistic solution in collaboration with other functions’ when they can just ‘solve a problem together’ instead?

You’re a juggler and multi-tasker

Jumping from a client call to a presentation and still hitting the deadline for that website that’s going live at the end of the day? You’re not fazed.

You’re insatiably curious

You enjoy getting under the skin of a client’s business. You get a kick out of proving the measurable effects of creative work. And you love digging in to science, mythology or, er, hyperhidrosis blogs to research a project. (And now you want to google hyperhidrosis.)

What will you be doing?

Think you fit the bill?

If you think you tick all those boxes, apply on our site, upload your CV and 300 words explaining why you’re perfect for the job.

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