StartEngine is seeking a content aficionado to lead its in-house creative services division. As StartEngine’s Lead Campaign Editor, you’ll write and design crowdfunding campaign pages on behalf of the ambitious startups who come through our doors. You’ll act as a reporter of sorts, interviewing the entrepreneurs who raise money on our site, and crafting their diverse narratives in ways that can yield more investment dollars.
Companies on StartEngine don’t fit a single mold or have a common background, so neither should you.
This role is not just copywriting or designing, even though you’ll do tons of both. The Lead Campaign Editor also manages the work of other content creators, ensuring that all campaign pages are up to code. We’re looking for someone who knows how to give creative feedback, and who’s interested in growing the creative talents of others. You should also have enthusiasm about our field, care about the growth of innovative companies, and possess that classic entrepreneurial spirit.
If you have a way with words, an eye for design, and the readiness to take on more accountability than most agencies privilege, we’d like to hear from you.
This role reports directly to StartEngine’s Director of Content.
- Write, layout, and edit campaign pages on behalf of companies raising capital on StartEngine.
- Interface, usually on the phone, with startup CEOs to strategize creative direction.
- Provide creative feedback to contract writers and designers, and ensure maximum potential in others’ work.
- Improve the efficiencies of creative production while making deadlines and ensuring accurate delivery.
- Define and refine style guides and best practices for all campaign pages.
- Provide effective, actionable feedback about the platform to the development team to improve StartEngine’s product.
- Contribute to improving the efficiency and overall creative impact of the StartEngine Premium service.
- 3-5 years of content production as a copywriter, a producer, or a designer. (You’ve used a CMS, and used a CMS well).
- 1-2 years of management or creative lead experience. (You’ve given a note or two).
- Excellent writing skills. (You’re good).
- Excellent grammar, punctuation, and style instincts. (You can spot what’s off).
- Fluency in Photoshop. (You’ve used the clone tool).
- Experience with other Adobe Suite products, especially Premiere. (You like to cut).
- Uncharacteristically strong communication skills. (You can make art, but you can talk about it too).
- A professional, amicable, and productive attitude. (You got this).