Creating interesting storyboards with suggestive creative images and/or audio/video to create a module that entices the audience and give the learning experience. Topics can be from Retail, Insurance and other domains. Understanding the adult pedagogy and formulating interesting and creative content
1. Create interesting storyboards on topics given 2. Identify proper images 3. Create interesting scripts for videos 4. Enter in the tool (knowledge will be provided 5. Communicate with stakeholders and SME
1. Design and maintain a story bank 2. Deliver character-driven, emotionally engaging content tailored for different target audiences and organizational goals 3. Undertake content marketing initiatives to achieve business targets 4. Collaborate with internal and external partners to oversee the story collection, production and distribution process. 5. Conduct field visits to project locations to interact with various stakeholders and tell their stories 6. Develop an editorial calendar, delegate tasks and ensure deadlines are met 7. Grow and sustain relationships with audiences, partners and stakeholders through the consistent telling of stories of impact that Samhita is making on the ground 8. Support both online and offline engagement goals across different business verticals like Digital Marketing, Research and Implementation
Read this carefully. This is not a regular "digital marketing" job. Nor the fancy "growth hacker" job. There is a short password somewhere in this job description - it starts with "s" and it not an english word. You need to write that password while applying. :) This role is only for those marketers who are restless and keep inventing new ways to reach maximum number of people in minimum amount of effort. To do this, you'd need these qualities: 1. Have a fundamental understanding of marketing. You don't need an MBA but should know the power of stories in marketing and the value of brand building. 2. Understand and respect consumer behavior. What your users think about when they wake up. What keeps them going? What are their aspirations? 3. Understand "lean methodologies". If you haven't heard of it, read about it before applying. You will be tested on this in the process. 4. Have excellent written communication skills. A simple test - can you write emails and contents like Hubspot or GrooveHQ or Buffer? It's okay if you are not there yet - but you'd need to get there, very fast. 5. Understands different platforms, both old and upcoming, and finds innovative ways to fuel growth through them. Have evidence sq31 of such work ready - we will talk about it in the interview. 5. Be a community person who loves bonding with other people and finds ways to grow faster together. This was about us. Now, let's talk about your aspirations: 1. You want to grow fast in your career 2. You want to do work you can be super proud of. "I took CutShort to their 1M users internationally. Today they have 50M users and are number1 recruiting platform used by 100,000 companies". How does a statement link this sound? Again, only apply (with the password hidden in this post) if you are genuinely up for this challenge. If you want a more predicatable job that pays you a lot, we are not a fit at this point.