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April 21st, 2015

CW Wanted: Huge, D.C.

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Huge is on the hunt for a copywriter in their D.C. office, which is growing like crazy. From Huge: “Copywriters at Huge are driven to craft innovative copy solutions – people who are enthusiastic about language and critique subway ads on the way to the office. They understand that users’ time is limited and space constraints are always a concern and write copy accordingly. Our writers create content, digital media and concepts for a wide variety of users and user needs, while collaborating daily with designers, strategy and UX. They understand and anticipate the needs and concerns of their team members so they can come up with kick-ass copy that rises above those challenges. Our copywriters understand that cutting copy down is just as important to this job as writing (great) copy in the first place. They are confident in their abilities and believe in the writing they produce, and they can represent the writer’s (and reader’s) perspective in work sessions and review. Our clients come from a wide variety of backgrounds and a copywriter should be able to adjust their writing accordingly – one day you may be creating copy for a fast-food chain, the next a financial institution. Don’t just have a strong voice; have a lot of them.

What we’d like to see:

  • Proven ability to create copy for a variety of audiences, brands, and industries, with 3+ years of experience (2+ years at an agency). We want to know you can move from one client to the next without stumbling.
  •  An appreciation for the relationship between textual and visual elements. Copy doesn’t exist in a vacuum, and unless your words and the designs are working together, we’re not producing work that meet (and rise above) our standards.
  • Strong copyediting and proofing skills. Attention to small details in both copy decks and designs won’t just save everyone headaches, it’s extremely important.
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to meet strict deadlines, often while working independently. Our copywriters are able to put their heads down and produce awesome work without constant supervision.
  • Ability to communicate with both internal teams and clients.”

For more info or to apply: Click here

January 27th, 2014

CW Wanted: RP3 Washington DC

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Holly Corrigan, Creative Services Manager at RP3 in DC, is on the hunt for a mid-to-senior level writer. From Holly, “RP3 is a 4-year-old, fiercely independent, 35+ people agency and growing fast. Our clients range from Johns Hopkins Medicine to Ripley’s Believe It or Not, plus freight rail, automotive, travel, museums, and performing arts venues. We’re doing some pretty cool work and building some pretty cool things, and you’ll help us do more. (And no, you won’t have to work on political attack ads or dysfunctional government websites, because we don’t touch that stuff.) You have at least 3-5 years experience, a great book full of integrated campaigns, an insane work ethic, and a bit of a start-up mentality. You communicate equally well with clients and code writers. And you’re intrigued by the idea of building a great agency in a town not necessarily known for them.” Awesome. To apply, submit resumes and portfolio links to the address below.

Submit rez/links to: jobs@rp3agency.com

August 19th, 2013

Aaron Spratt

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Aaron is a senior copywriter at Pulsar in D.C. He’s got a crazy mix of clients and projects on his site, including Dentyne Fire, the ACLU, the Smithsonian National Postal Museum, Arlington Co. Commuter Services, and 3 Bar & Grill. Good times. 

Portfolio: aaronspratt.com

January 21st, 2011

Jon Lee

Jon is a senior copywriter at AKQA in DC. Bunch of cool work on his site for VW, The Force Unleashed 2, and Fallout 3. Also on the site is a wide variety of his art including visual and video series, projects, and a performance series entitled “Feed Me,” in which Jon’s friends do just that.

Portfolio: starttouching.com

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