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Social Media Contributor, Studio Nelle

  • 1st December 2020
  • London
  • Part time
  • Paid (£15k-20k pro rata)
  • Other, crafts, digitial media
  • Chanelle


Studio Nelle helps you to celebrate Black culture and heritage by creating unique luxury eco-conscious leather goods. Each product is hand crafted using leather reclaimed from the fashion industry so you can be kind and live more intentionally.

At Studio Nelle you will be able to take advantage of working in this small team environment, obtaining unique hands-on experience in researching and creating content for our social media and online platforms.

We seek an individual who is interested in Black history, ethical matters, slow fashion concepts, and wellbeing to create unique image content in order to deliver the next stage of significant audience growth for Studio Nelle. This will include building beautifully crafted, brilliantly effective brand stories that can be repeated across multiple online channels. 

Key responsibilities

  • Resizing images.

  • Editing images to create a brand ascetic. 

  • Creating graphic cards for social media campaigns. 

  • Creating new digital content as required.

  • Staying up to date with all new social media channels, news, and trends, alerting managers of potential to grow and engage the audience.


What do I need to succeed?

  • Exceptional editing skills: You’ll also have an innate ability to get to grips with technical content. You may not have had prior experience working behind the scenes in retail, ethical, or a wellbeing environment. However, understand how to translate copy into digestible and engaging web content.

  • You’ll have a passion for the data side of web editing and closely monitor and interpret performance and trends.

  • An understanding of the images and graphics required to bring both web pages and technical content to life.

  • Digitally minded and consumer of digital media.


  • Opportunity to add experience to your growing CV.

  • Opportunity to expand skills through exposure to business projects. 

  • Flexible working. Work remotely or from the studio based in Stratford, E15.

How to apply.

To apply for this role, please submit your CV and a covering letter to explaining why you want to work at Studio Nelle and how you meet the requirements set out above.

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