Our ideal jr. copywriter has something to prove. They are active, creative problem solvers, big thinkers yet strategically driven, and collaborative across disciplines.
We’re looking to grow our team with a jr. copywriter who can get really in the weeds to ensure that ideas have legs and can translate across a campaign or across platforms. They also need to go all-in on projects by listening and absorbing information, asking questions, and partnering with others to find the right solution, phrase, or visual representation of a concept.
This role covers both B2B and B2C, sales collateral, video, dot com, digital asset campaigns (banners, emails, social) blogs, and campaign messaging for all kinds of assets.
If you’re a smart, driven, organized entry-level copywriter who likes to see things through from brainstorm to execution, we’d love to chat.
- Write effective, engaging copy across a range of deliverables: social, dot com, print collateral, etc.
- Partner with art directors and designers to create original concepts and compelling executions
- Understand how to humanize sometimes technical content across media
- Demonstrate organizational skills and a strong command of the English language
- Present creative ideas with clarity and confidence
- Understand and proactively address creative feedback
- Manage workloads and utilize time management skills
- Keep current on digital, tech, and/or cultural trends
- Contribute in a unique way to an upbeat, tight-knit creative team
- At least 1 year of agency or client-side experience
- Relevant work examples — portfolio is required
- Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising, Communications or related field
- Detail-oriented, self-directed, motivated, and resourceful attitude
- A quick worker, with attention to details
- Well versed in Google Drive & PowerPoint
- Remote is ok! But US-based applicants only
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