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Part-Time Copywriter (100% Remote)
Remote
Financial Services
Posted 6 months ago
50+ Applicants
Required Skills
Brand Management
Editorial and Content Management
Product Marketing
Preferred Industry Experience
Marketing
Job Description

The Mom Project is excited to partner with our client, a company that focuses on building composable enterprises and technology-driven products that provide solutions to problems that are created predominantly by emerging trends in law, politics and economics. Presently, their business objectives are centered around solving distinct problems that have been generated through the rise of the “gig economy”.

They are looking for a Part-Time Copywriter to join their team. In this role, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Create the Product's voice and create that guide
  • Iterate the language throughout the mobile application (they are at the prototyping phase)
  • Take the voice and iterate the content on their marketing website for the mobile application

Qualifications/Skills

  • Professional writing experience, preferably in an online or direct-communications environment
  • Sharp attention to detail with high-level organizational skills and ability to deal with multiple teams/projects simultaneously
  • Ability to adapt writing to the brand’s voice and adhering closely to evolving brand guidelines
  • Ability to ideate on marketing direction and creatively craft a best-in-class customer-facing experience while addressing all objectives
  • Strong and flexible writing, editing, and proofreading skills
  • Experience in Mobile Application is a plus

**Hourly rate will commensurate with experience**

$50.00/hour
Start Date
April 2022
End Date
July 2022
Flex Factors
Work Type Project
Schedule 10 hours / week
Work Remote Yes (100%)
Travel No