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Since launching in 2009, Zoocha, a specialist Drupal Development agency, has grown steadily, building a reputation for delivering high-quality Drupal websites and platforms against complex requirements. Our team is proud to have the highest number of Acquia-certified Drupal developers in the UK, with more “triple certified” developers than any other organisation.

With Drupal running through our veins, and not touching any other CMSs or frameworks, our business is geared around supporting our developers’ professional growth within the Drupal ecosystem, and becoming the best Drupal developers that they can be. Across our company, there are nearly 60 hands-on Drupal engineers, with specialisms within that spanning Drupal Architecture, Drupal Commerce, Drupal Theming, Drupal Site Building, Drupal Training, Drupal Hosting, Drupal DevOps, Drupal Support and more.

Calling on our deep and diverse Drupal skills, Zoocha works with some renowned organisations such as the United Nations, Equality and Human Rights Commission, FCA and Oxfam along with a range of other highly regarded international organisations.

There are two important reasons why we are seeking a content designer to join our team:

  1. We have extensive expertise in designing and developing complex digital solutions for our clients, however, we often don’t communicate this in a concise and compelling way
  2. Our clients often lack content design expertise and look to us to support them with their content strategy - something we are currently not able to do

Role and Responsibilities:

You will help shape our brand guidelines in relation to tone of voice, ensuring alignment across different content mediums and generally acting as a gatekeeper to the written word. Through the ‘Zoocha voice’ you will convey our ideas, experience and insight to a broad audience in a consistent, clear and engaging manner that would help us achieve our organisational goals and aspirations.

This will include:

  • Case studies: Working with project teams to document the journey in the delivery of a project, showcasing its highlights, success metrics and the challenges overcome.
  • Blog posts: Helping team members clearly communicate their ideas and insight, perhaps from an editorial perspective, or through a journalistic approach
  • Newsletter: Producing a regular email newsletter for clients and prospective clients.
  • Press releases: Generation of easily consumable press releases that may convey information about project launches, noteworthy news etc.
  • Social posts: Publishing ad-hoc topical posts, building a schedule of pre-determined posts, editing posts from the team etc.
  • Proposals: Contributing to, reviewing, and adding a sprinkle of je nais se quois to our tender documents and pitch material
  • Marketing and sales material: Helping to ensure that all of our marketing and sales collateral is of a high, consistent standard, along with being up to date
  • Website landing pages: Writing engaging copy for our website landing and service pages
  • Proofreading: Team members within Zoocha create a variety of documents for consumption by clients. Having a dedicated person to proofread these and provide editorial guidance ahead of the final review would be advantageous in many ways, such as consistency in structure and brand voice, clarity and readability.

Another important part of the role will be working with our clients to help them shape their content strategies. We work with a wide range of high-profile organisations such as the NHS and United Nations, and we want to build our capability to help them communicate with their audiences. You will work with our project teams to help understand the needs of each client and make content design recommendations.

Personality and team fit are as important as your content design skills for this role – Zoocha is an informal and enjoyable environment to work in where everyone leaves their ego at the door. 


Mandatory requirements:

  • You MUST be based in the UK, ideally within occasional commuting distance of our Hertford office, with English as your first language
  • You MUST have a VISA or work permit already
  • You MUST NOT apply through a recruitment consultant as your application will be disregarded

Your experience/interests include:

  • Ideally experience in a similar role, but we would consider graduates in English or similar higher education courses
  • Be passionate about written communication
  • Interest in topics such as technology, the web in general, sustainability and the environment would be a plus

We can offer you:

  • Full or part-time hours
  • A relaxed, informal and fun workplace culture
  • An environment to help you professionally develop in Drupal and its related technologies
  • We give you access to the latest tools and software
  • Regular socials and team building events
  • Offices based in Hertford (UK), Valencia (Spain), and Balneário Camboriú (Brazil) -- with potential to work from all
  • Training budget and conference attendance
  • Hybrid working, with flexible hours
  • Competitive salaries and employee benefits including private healthcare, charity work days off, company bonus, gym membership and more.

How to Apply 

  • Please send your CV, along with a short cover letter explaining why you want to get into web development to [email protected].
  • No Recruitment agencies please.  If you apply through an agency you will NOT be considered.