Openings: 3 (1 each for English, Hindi and Rajasthani)
Location: Sector 135, Noida (Temporarily Work from Home)
Researching, curating, developing and proofreading high quality, original, literary English / Hindi / Rajasthani content for blogs, articles, social media, website and events.
Discussing, developing and understanding the content guidelines with different stakeholders, and determining what standards a piece of content must meet to be considered. These guidelines would help you analyse submissions, and collate them for different platforms.
Analyzing the changing literature scenario and keeping a sharp eye on what is been spoken about in various literary forums and write on behalf of the brand, if required.
Only those candidates may apply who:
Have 2+ years of experience in a similar profile, working with literature in one or more languages.
Have a literary bent, and an appreciation for literature. You should be able to understand the nuances and beauty of various literary pieces in either of English / Hindi / Rajasthani languages. An added knowledge of other Indian Languages, apart from the one you are applying in, would come handy.
Have excellence in written and oral English communication.
Have a stronghold on social media platforms and keep a keen eye on what is happening in the literary platforms.
Have a decent understanding of how search engine optimisation works, and considered it in their writing.
Are able and interested in being part of a geographically-distributed team dedicated to delivering quality work.
Can constantly learn and unlearn, willing to share/teach, and are not afraid of experiments and change.
Have a green outlook and care about the environment.
Are responsible entrepreneurs in their pursuit.
Flexible to work with various time zones.
We are conveniently working from our homes with the optimism to reopen the office in a few months.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The Recruitment Process may change depending on the number and types of applications received, but candidates are always informed before the beginning of the next round, and are provided with appropriate time for preparations.