One of those people is a writer, a talented, brave, writer.
The writer is a conceptual thinker & storyteller who will collaborate with the marketing team to conceive and create concepts for the brand. You’ll be a hybrid that’ll craft everything from social media posts, marketing emails, blog posts display ads, and more. You’ll answer communication challenges, devise imaginative creative solutions that standout and deliver an authentic, playful, inventive voice.
What You'll Be Doing:
- Concept development
- Partner with designers and art directors to breathe life into their concepts
- Work closely with art directors and designers to ensure copy tone and style are consistent with visual tone and style
- Work on multiple projects simultaneously
- Interact with teams to understand business objectives, the audience and our brand.
- Translate creative direction and copy points from creative briefs into engaging and effective copy concepts.
- Maintain high standards of copywriting and exercise quality control.
Who Are You?
- 3-5 years min. of experience as a copywriter in an agency environment including experience with digital and traditional marketing
- Proven aptitude for quick creative thinking with acute attention to detail within demanding deadlines
- A keen enthusiasm for, and demonstrable understanding of web trends and technologies
- Strong understanding of marketing and advertising principles
- Exceptional writing skills, including the ability to write in a range of voices and styles for varied projects with diverse audiences
- Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and effectively juggle diverse writing demand
- Experience developing effective content strategy and user experience architecture as a writer
- Agency and freelancing experience is a big asset
ecobee is committed to workplace diversity and will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process.
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