Bohemia Interactive, the leading independent games development company in the Czech Republic, with nearly 20 years of history and renowned gaming franchises Arma and DayZ, is looking for a Copywriter & PR content manager. This position will be responsible for creating persuasive and engaging texts for our online properties such as website, blog, social media, as well as for our content strategy and editorial calendar.
In your work, you will have to be able to turn a mixture of information from various teams into a concise, comprehensible, and persuasive piece of text that will sell our games and strengthen our company brand. In order to do that, you need to be a self-motivated professional with the drive to ask the right questions to get to the unique selling proposition. Your target audiences will range from gamers to the mainstream media, but will also include potential employees, so you should be able to adapt to the brand tone of voice required for each channel.
Part of your responsibility will also be proposing and maintaining our company editorial calendar – in other words, you will own our content strategy and will propose topics and articles to cover on our company blog, in press releases, and other channels we work with.
Excellent spoken and written English
Independent, self-motivated personality able to handle multiple priorities and deadlines
Excellent communication skills
Minimum 3 years of relevant work experience
Proven experience in writing web copy and promotional materials
Good knowledge of online marketing landscape and latest trends
Passion for video games
Background in PR, online marketing, social media
Familiarity with web technologies and content management systems
Interest in analytics and performance marketing
Participation on a great project
Opportunity to work on a number of popular game franchises
Friendly atmosphere in a mid-size multinational team of passionate and experienced developers
Working with legendary, world-famous Czech game development veterans
Family start-up atmosphere without unnecessary bureaucracy
Additional vacation after you finish your first year
Assistance with relocation