Director of Content

About Lucid

Lucid is the world’s largest audience platform for sourcing and understanding real, deterministic data about human behavior at scale. The company has built the largest and most powerful programmatic survey exchange, and has enabled brands, agencies and partners to ask and answer more than 8 billion questions worldwide. With a pool of over 70 million respondents, Lucid delivers unprecedented access to consumers for data-driven decision making – about everything from marketing to product development in real-time. Lucid is headquartered in New Orleans with offices in London and Gurgaon.

The Opportunity

We’re hiring for an experienced Director of Content to support the development and delivery of information, education and training services to the varied clients, buyers and suppliers. The ideal candidate is a confident communicator and solution developer, with the experience and motivation to develop engaging programs. This diverse and exciting role presents an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual with the commitment, experience, and drive to work with the world's leading companies to ensure that we serve the overall needs of LUCID while developing strategies to support the BUs – Federated Sample, Fulcrum and Proof.

This position is currently being offered in New Orleans, LA. 

Responsibilities

  • Create and review editorial, data sciences, and market research content for accuracy and relevance (across shared and owned platforms).  Includes graphic, viral, etc.
  • Manage the creative evolution and development of the Lucid website and digital extensions.
  • Manage internally and externally written content to ensure that it meets Lucid’s quality standards and is in alignment with Company expectations
  • Own the graphic and brand standards across the shared/owned/digital platforms
  • Ensure appropriate syntax, style, and content flow for different product types and target audiences amend or rewrite content as needed
  • Provide timely, consistent and constructive feedback to writers and other contributors
  • Direct content through appropriate review and workflow processes, to ensure on-time delivery and content quality
  • Assist in commissioning and contracting thought leader authors and editors, as needed
  • Training and ongoing mentoring of junior team members

Qualifications

  • Bachelors of Science degree required, graduate degree in the sciences or scientific writing preferred
  • Minimum of 6 years’ experience in editing or writing
  • Understanding of the data, market research, advertising industry
  • Well organized with the ability to prioritize and organize work, meet tight deadlines, adapt to shifting deadlines, and successfully function within a team environment
  • Strong communicator with superior writing and developmental editing skills
  • Ability to successfully and efficiently interact with colleagues and external stakeholders at all levels: writers, editorial and support staff, clients/sponsors, and key members of the market research/data community
  • Experience in instructional design, education, or organizational development
  • Proficiency with MS Word, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat Pro required; knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, AfterEffects, Photoshop, Apple Final Cut Pro/DVD Studio Pro
  • Proficiency of Keyonote, InDesign, Articulate Storyline, Studio, and Adobe Captivate, Wordpress, 

 

At Lucid we foster a collaborative and inspiring workplace.  We pride ourselves in doing this by recruiting, hiring and retaining diverse, passionate, and forward-thinking talent. Lucid is committed to and encourages an inclusive environment and we are dedicated to providing equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

 

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