At Elmer’s we’ve been equipping farmers with innovative solutions for 40 years. Owning and operating our own farm we understand what farmers need and want out of our products and our company. We strive to provide our customers with products that will effectively handle even the toughest environments. Harvest after harvest, our mission is to produce world-class farm equipment for the needs of the progressive farmer.
We’re excited about the innovation required to aid in the production of the crops farmers grow to feed the world, and we currently have an open opportunity for you in a Content Specialist position.
In This Role You Will
• Design graphic content, illustrations, and infographics for print, merchandise, and digital media
• Manage content across social media platforms
• Track and report on the performance of digital media content
• Research and identify marketing trends
• Video and photo capturing and editing for digital media content
• Assist with drafting and manual content as required
We’re Looking For
• Education and/or experience in marketing or graphic design would be considered an asset
• Creative writing, report writing, and content creation skills
• Document use skills including the ability to extract and analyze data
• Ability to perform tasks independently and work with others to develop solutions
• Digital technology skills including publishing software, Office applications, and social media platforms
We offer a competitive wage, clean & safe workplace, and an excellent benefits package & pension plan.
Our facility is conveniently situated near Altona, MB – 36km east of Winkler, and only 100km south of Winnipeg. Altona is an attractive, caring and progressive community with abundant cultural, recreational and educational opportunities for all ages. With amenities and opportunities that rival much larger municipalities, there’s no better place to be.
For more information and to apply, please visit the careers section of our website, or submit your resume in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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