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junior copywriter jobs in oxford

The Role
A Junior Copywriter who is very creative and ideas-led will often collaborate with an Art Director in a conceptual team, from junior level. This working partnership would usually be based within a creative agency, coming up with ideas for a variety of campaigns for various B2C and B2B clients. Alternatively, a Junior Copywriter role can involve writing marketing and digital content, print collateral, content strategy, web projects, email campaigns and internal communications. A Junior Copywriter will often sit within a copy team reporting to a Head of Copy, or within a wider marketing or creative team reporting to a Creative Director.
 
The Junior Copywriter role would be suitable for a creative individual who is passionate about writing and language, and keen to develop skills writing for brands across multiple platforms. It will also suit someone who has meticulous attention to detail and who can work to tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
 
The Junior Copywriter role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
Generating ideas and often collaborating with an Art Director for advertising and marketing campaigns to be used across printed and digital communications. Skills required are good conceptual abilities, excellent command of the English language and proof-reading skills. Applying brand tone of voice and making ideas work through different channels. Writing headlines, short copy and long copy.
About Oxford
Oxford the world over is famous for its University and if the oldest university in the English-speaking world. It is believed that teaching started in some form in 1096. Oxford University is now recognised as a world-leading centre of learning, teaching and research. It is known for its distinctive collegiate structure with a total of 38 Oxford colleges, a selection of which were used as a filming location for the Harry Potter films.
Oxford is an architectural delight and the city is famed for its beautiful buildings including, Christ Church college, The Bridge of Sighs and probably one of the most well-known and photographed building the Radcliffe Camera.
Oxford is one of the UK’s major tourism centres with over 9 million visitors each year for all over the world. As well as a wide selection of museums visitors can explore the wide streets of the city and some retail therapy in either the new Westgate shopping centre or the historic Covered Market with its many boutique and independent shops.