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German Content Specialist

Just An Overview…
You’ll enhance our foreign client’s online presence by writing quality content in German and building links on relevant blogs and articles. We are looking for those fluent in both German and English  for this position. Training is on-the-job so come prepared to learn!

If you’re looking for a great introduction to SEO, flexible part-time hours, the opportunity to utilize your knowledge of the German language, and to gain valuable experience working in a world-wide marketing company, this is a great opportunity for you!

Compensation: $12/hour + DOE 

Schedule: Part-time schedule with flexible hours. 

*Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are currently a remote team. However, we are looking for a Utah-based candidate and will not be considering candidates who are not currently living in Utah or planning on relocating soon.

When the pandemic is over, there will be the option for this to remain a remote position.*

What You’ll Be Doing...

  • You will be writing quality content with a linking structure focus to help increase our client's online presence. Your work is presented to our clients in their SEO portfolio.
  • Implement link building campaigns in coordination with client SEO goals.
  • Additional SEO responsibilities may be added by team supervisor that involve research, auditing, or writing.

What You’ll Need to Succeed...

  • Must be fluent in both German and English
  • You have a solid understanding of the internet and various searching techniques.
  • You have a stellar knowledge of writing and grammar.
  • Your online communication skills are second to none!
  • You have the ability to clearly and effectively articulate your thoughts.
  • Others would describe you as a dependable person with a strong work ethic.
  • Change is easy for you! You’re a quick learner, adaptable, and flexible.
  • Attention to detail is your forte! Polished, driven, and dedicated are words that describe you!
  • You have a high level of integrity, autonomy, and self-motivation.
  • You’re on time, on a day to day basis.

Non-Required but Valuable Skills...

  • Mad board game skills.
  • A big appetite for free food.
  • A love for Star Wars. Also, fluency in Shyriiwook is a plus.

Special Consideration for...

  • Majors in Public Relations, Communications, Marketing, German or students pursuing other related degrees.
  • Those who have a passion for SEO and digital marketing.


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