Remote Content Designer

Job Type:
Digital Workspace
Job reference:
about 1 month ago

Job Title: Content Designer
Daily Rate: £400 - £500
Inside of IR35
Location 100% Remote working

Would you like to join a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation?

Our client is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms.

You will be based on site working with one of the UK's most digital organisations and leading the technology revolution across the public sector. With over 50 million customers at the heart of everything they do the scope and impact of your work is limitless. As a team, they're not afraid to try new technologies and new ways of working.


  • Clearance Level Active BPSS or eligible to go through the process
  • Must Have previous GOV.UK experience
  • Create new content and iteratively improve existing content across digital and non-digital channels to meet user needs and business objectives. Create clear, joined-up user journeys.
  • Evaluate current content strategies based on the results of user research and data.
  • Use the style guide and other standards, along with your exemplary spelling and grammar, to create high quality content.
  • Take part in user research and be able to work with multidisciplinary teams including interaction designers and developers to create clear and relevant content.
  • Build relationships and work closely with policy, legal and other expert colleagues to make sure content is accurate and consistent.
  • Promote user-centred content design within the department and beyond.
  • Help to keep up a positive and collaborative working environment.
  • Be an active member of the content design community, contributing to knowledge of best practices.
  • Contribute to building an inclusive digital culture within the department.
  • Be able to manage associate content designers.


  • A content designer is responsible for creating, updating and reviewing content for end-to-end user journeys.
  • They make sure the most appropriate content is shown to users in the right place and in the right format.
  • A content designer is comfortable using evidence, data and research to make the right content decisions.
  • They make sure users' goals are met and that a service or other product meets policy intent.
  • A content designer can work within a multidisciplinary team across digital and non-digital channels.
  • They contribute to and use style guides and design patterns to produce consistent content.
  • Putting users' needs at the heart of their work, a content designer makes people's interactions with the government as simple and speedy as possible.

Apply know should have the right skills and background.

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