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​senior copywriter jobs in greater london

At Beyond The Book we specialise in recruitment in the Creative, Marketing and Digital space, including Senior Copywriters.
Typically, a Senior Copywriter who is very creative and ideas-led will often collaborate with an Art Director in a conceptual team. 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 Senior Copywriter role can involve writing marketing and digital content, print collateral, content strategy, web projects, email campaigns and internal communications. A Senior Copywriter will often sit within a copy team, either leading the copy team or reporting to a Head of Copy, or within a wider marketing or creative team reporting to a Creative Director.
 
A Senior Copywriter role would be suitable for a highly experienced and creative individual who is passionate about copywriting, language, advertising, and brand communications, and writing for brands across multiple platforms.
 
The Senior Copywriter role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
Generating ideas and often collaborating with an Art Director for integrated advertising and marketing campaigns to be used across printed and digital channels. At this level, a Senior Copywriter could have a more focused role writing for bid documents, extensive marketing copy for websites or corporate literature. Skills required are good conceptual abilities, excellent command of the English language and proof-reading skills. Expertise with tone of voice and writing appropriately for different channels. Managing and mentoring a copy team.
About Greater London
Greater London is a ceremonial county of England that makes up the majority of the London region. It is also a region of England that can also be known as the London region. The London region can also be counted as part of South East region. It is bounded by Hertfordshire to the north, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire to the west, Kent to the southeast and Surrey to the south and southwest.
In 2018, the estimated population surpassed 9 million.
The term Greater London has been and still is used to describe different areas in governance, statistics, history and common parlance.
The London region does not have city status granted by the Crown. The Cities of London and Westminster within it have received formal city status. Despite this, Greater London is commonly regarded as a city in the general senses of a conurbation and a municipality. The term "London" usually refers to the region or to the conurbation, but not often to the ancient, tiny City of London. That small area is often referred to as "the City" or "the Square Mile" and it forms the main financial district.