Conducttr Blog

Location: London (Soho), UK

We’re seeking to hire a recent graduate on a 6 month contract to work with the Conducttr marketing & product development team in Central London, UK.

Conducttr is a transmedia production tool for those who wish to build personalized, cross-platform experiences.

This is an awesome opportunity to gain practical experience of designing and implementing engaging, participatory experiences across a range of integrated platforms including print media, web video, TV, feature film and mobile.

Your project will involve:

  • developing a range of marketing materials, pertinent for each vertical market, including presentations, white papers, blog posts and live experiences that showcase Conducttr
  • working with new and existing clients to help them design, implement and play-test their stories and experiences in Conducttr
  • testing new Conducttr features while in development and report bugs and improvements
  • writing proposals and responding to requests for information

How to Apply

Please email (info [at] a short covering note with links to your LinkedIn profile and any projects you’ve worked on or blogs you write

Our wish list of skills/experience you could have…


  • Excellent written English
  • Positive, can-do attitude
  • Excellent timekeeping, time management and project management skills
  • Fearless use of Word & Powerpoint (Excel a plus).


  • Transmedia storytelling or games design experience
  • Understanding of the concept of spreadable media and practical use of social media
  • Interest and enthusiasm for new technology and its application to transmedia storytelling
  • Enjoy playing or creating RPG/Adventure, strategy or board games (e.g.  Fallout 3, Bioshock, Mass Effect, Skyrim)
  • Enjoy reading books or writing stories
  • Speak and write in a second language – pick one or all of the follow French, Spanish, German, Portuguese 😉

Qualifications – any or all of the following or explain why your experience trumps a formal qualification:

  • Transmedia-related undergraduate or post-graduate degree
  • CIM diploma or undergraduate marketing degree
  • Mono-media storytelling qualification (e.g. scriptwriting, creative writing, games design)
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