E-Marketing Copy Editor

Company Name:
ebay, Inc
eBay Enterprise, an eBay Inc. company, is the digital marketing platform of choice for many leading brands around the world: Dell, American Airlines, CVS/pharmacy, Rue La La, PayPal, and Toys R Us... just to name a few.
With our enterprise class cross-channel technology and unparalleled suite of services, we drive commerce and conversion on behalf of our clients. We have won numerous awards for excellence from industry communities including eTail, MarketingSherpa, and Econsultancy.
Fueled by commerce giant eBay, our mission is to create the next generation platform, enabling customer engagement anytime, anywhere, any way. And we''''re looking for rock stars to join our team across engineering, client services, operations, and more.
The E-Marketing Copy Editor is responsible for the content and link quality of our clients' email and mobile campaigns.
_Key Accountabilities:_
Conducting thorough QA checks on assigned client projects at several production stages. QA checks include copyediting email content for grammar, spelling, and client-specific style; checking email link functionality; and reviewing mailing setups in eBay Enterprise's proprietary content management tool.
Following QA best practices, identifying problem areas, and suggesting and implementing improvements.
Creating and updating client documentation.
Understanding project objectives and schedules.
Participating in project and team meetings.
Fostering open communication with fellow QA specialists and other key stakeholders.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
A proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel.
An ability to juggle and prioritize multiple daily tasks with tight deadlines.
Being a proactive self-starter and independent thinker.
Business Title: E-Marketing Copy Editor
Requisition No.: 97068BR
Category: Marketing / Sales
Subsidiary: eBay Enterprise
Position Area: US - Washington - Bellevue
Position Location: Bellevue Washington
Shift: Day
Education: Bachelors Degree or Equivalent

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