Triple Bottom Why, a consultancy offering storytelling for startups and social innovators, is hiring a freelance copywriter.
At Triple Bottom Why, we are marketers, brand builders, digital mavens and media whisperers with a passion for championing new ideas and connecting people. We raise the profile of our clients, developing the platform for them to achieve their goals, whether they are raising awareness or capital.
Our “Triple Bottom Why” philosophy brings our clients’ Whys into alignment with their organizations and audiences. Identifying Why also highlights values, supporting the triple bottom line: people, planet, and profit.
From Fortune 500 companies to seed-stage organizations, our clients have been featured in The New York Times, BBC World, Bloomberg, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Inc., Forbes, and NBC, among countless others.
Please apply if you fit the following description:
- You have a can-do attitude – you believe you can do anything
- You work well in a collaborative environment
- You have a background in journalism and/or marketing communications, either through education and/or work experience
- You are tech-savvy
- You have a passion for social issues: environment, health, poverty, education, social impact – you want to work at the intersection of business and social good
- You are detail-oriented and highly organized
- You have strong written and verbal communication skills
- You welcome direction
- You have excellent editing and proofreading abilities
- Interview clients, translating conversations and ideas into written interviews and articles
- Draft speaking and award submissions, compiling client communications materials and selecting content for answers to questions
- Write case studies about client work using an assigned structure for the outcome of the content, educating the reader
- Edit and proofread copy as needed
- Use SEO principles to maximize copy’s reach
- Source images and other content
Job Type: Part-time contractor / freelance
- Bachelor’s degree in journalism or communications
Cover letters are welcome, but not required.