Web Content Reviewer with Danish – Kraków
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Web Content Reviewer with Danish – Kraków

Our Client is a global, multilingual provider of IT services including digital, technology, consulting, and operation services. Headquartered in the U.S., it is ranked 193 on the Fortune 500 and is consistently listed among the most admired companies in the world.

Can you see yourself working in a creative job? If you are fluent in Danish and you are detailed oriented, then, this role is perfect for you! Fresh graduates are also welcome.

Working hours: Mon-Fri, standard business hours, no night shifts

Responsibilities:

As a Web Content Reviewer you’ll be responsible for writing of creative headlines and improving the quality of ad texts. You’ll be redacting the appropriate headlines and descriptions after reviewing and extracting content from advertising banners of clients’ websites.

Your main task include: 

  • Review extraction of online content for accuracy and high quality
  • Ensure logical and meaningful extraction of URLs content
  • Write, review and optimize advertising text and extensions
  • Make final changes if there is a need, as per process quality guidelines
  • Develop domain expertise with regards to the processes. Challenge what doesn’t seem right.

Skills and qualifications:

  • Language Skills: Danish – C1/C2 (written), communicative English (B2)
  • Good research skills
  • Knowledge on Google AdWords/ ad products is a big plus
  • Proof reading / experience in Content writing is a big plus
  • Good knowledge of websites, and ability to navigate in order to obtain desired information
  • Positive attitude & ability to work in a team
  • Preferable Customer support or technical support experience in online industry
  • Basic knowledge of Excel

Offer:

  • Competitive salary & cafeteria benefits
  • The pleasant and inspiring working atmosphere with and a clear career path
  • Professional development  – training & development opportunities
  • Opportunity to be part of a rapidly expanding global organization