Content Manager (full time – remote)

Your role

Our Content Manager is responsible for managing, planning, creating, updating and distributing Mailbird’s content. This is a vital and hands-on role, where you’ll work hand-in-hand with the Growth and Marketing Teams. As part of our SEO efforts, the mission is key to ensure the achievements of our business goals.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop content strategy aligned with short-term and long-term marketing targets
  • Ensure the proper execution of the Content Strategy
  • Collaborate with marketing and design teams to plan and develop site content, style and layout
  • Create and publish engaging content
  • Edit, proofread and improve writers’ posts
  • Liaise with content writers to ensure brand consistency
  • Optimize content according to SEO
  • Use content management tools to analyze website traffic and users engagement metrics
  • Manage content distribution to online channels and social media platforms to increase web traffic
  • Develop an editorial calendar and ensure content team is on board
  • Ensure compliance with law (e.g. copyright and data protection)
  • Stay up-to-date with developments and generate new ideas to draw audience’s attention

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Fluent in English
  • Perform well under deadlines and be detail-oriented
  • Expert in content optimization and brand consistency
  • Should be able to oversee all marketing content initiatives to ensure customer engagement, brand consistency and a positive customer experience
  • If possible manage content and optimization in different languages
  • Great interpersonal and relationship-building skills
  • Self-driven, proactive and having good leadership qualities.
  • Intermediate level of computer skills, proficiency with MS Office.

Job Type



2 years (Preferred)


  • Paid time off
  • Flexible schedule

Why work for Mailbird?

One of the best parts of working with Mailbird is the incredible team and culture we have. We encourage a balance of high productivity with other parts of life like health, wellness, learning, personal development and of course fun! We have fun with what we are working on in collaboration with a team of like-minded, smart, creative people who execute and get things done. We focus on solutions and getting things done, which creates a highly engaged work culture.

At Mailbird, each and every one of us is passionate about what we are building, and this makes our creations each day incredibly rewarding, challenging and enjoyable all at the same time – it’s never boring with the Mailbird family!

It’s a huge perk to have the flexibility to be able to work from anywhere, which the majority of companies do not offer their team members. Everyone is challenged to step outside of their comfort zone, learn and work towards their greatest potential. Even when you get stuck, you will always have a very supportive team who’s got your back no matter what. This is part of the Mailbird culture.

Mailbird’s truly the best email client in the world – simply because it’s beautiful, smart and unifies the clutter of communication and productivity tools we use today. Mailbird is the best email client in the world because of the incredible people and the team behind this company. Mailbird is highly competitive against other email clients out there, where Outlook is outdated, Thunderbird stopped development and the rest lack in so many key usability factors that don’t adapt to our modern means of work, collaboration and communication. We chose email at Mailbird because email is the core tool that is universally used and expected when handling online communication. Mailbird is part of an industry where billions of email accounts are interacted with every day, and you and the rest of the Mailbird team can make a major impact on the future of work, communication, and productivity with Mailbird.

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