Want to create captivating content for some of the world’s most influential brands at a large, independent, women-founded agency? Do you come alive when collaborating alongside a range of storytellers similarly passionate about reflecting the full diversity of clients’ audiences in their marketing and communications campaigns?
Does your idea of a rewarding creative life encompass a variety of short- and long-form writing formats — spanning tech to consumer to healthcare — with an occasional stint guiding and reviewing the work of other writers?
Are you elated when the outcome of a creative spark you kindled makes its way into the world?
Us too! We’re looking for a Lead Copywriter to join our impressive crew of creatives to forge the future — and present — of content. Mind you, this role isn’t for just anyone. You need to be curious, clever, and continually intrigued by the “what if?” that separates the quotidian from the superlative. A good creative brief brings joy to your heart, which takes nothing away from how much a sturdy workback schedule soothes your soul. You can pivot gracefully from penning social copy to ghost-writing an executive’s longform LinkedIn article to concepting and scripting a motion graphic to providing line edits on a speech or email newsletter. And you’re always eager to deepen connections with your colleagues who make it all the more meaningful.
Equal Opportunity: WE provides equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate against an employee or applicant because of age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, or other legally protected class status.
Diversity and Inclusion: WE values a diverse and inclusive workforce and is committed to creating a workplace where everyone thrives. We promote an atmosphere in which diversity of people and ideas are welcomed and valued. Diversity includes differences in race, religion, gender identity or expression, age, lifestyle, ethnic background and sexual orientation as well as differences in experiences and ideas.