The Lobby (fromthelobby.com) – a new shopping concierge service that brings up-and-coming fashion brands (think Outdoor Voices, Amour Vert and Sézane) to customers at their offices to try on before they buy – is looking to hire a part-time Content Producer to join our Marketing Team.
The Lobby is searching for a highly creative content producer with a natural flair for storytelling to help our Marketing Team create elevated, inspiring visual and video content to be used across all our marketing channels. As this is our first foray into producing original content, this position will start out as a part-time with the opportunity to convert to full-time if the content performs well.
Responsibilities and Duties
Your role is to create content that drives organic traffic and conversions. You'll work closely with our CEO, CMO and social/editorial team to create original content – including editorial imagery, product videos and other engaging digital content – to be included in our emails, posted on social media and used in advertising campaigns.
We're looking for a candidate who is obsessed with producing inspiring video and visual content. Knowledge of/fluency with the following is strongly preferred:
More About Us:
Our members-only service removes all the hassles of traditional shopping, so customers don’t have to deal with annoying return forms, printing shipping labels or going to the post office — and can discover and try new brands and products without any anxiety or stress.
We currently deliver to top companies in SF (from Google and Salesforce to Airbnb and Pinterest), and we are slated to launch three more cities over the next year. Although we are a small team, we’re growing fast, and have been featured in Forbes and raised money from First Round Capital, SV Angel and other top e-commerce investors (including early investors in Pinterest, Refinery29, Cuyana and The RealReal).
The Lobby is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.