Creator Brand Writer

The small but mighty Pinterest Brand Voice Team is looking for an experienced writer to help write and develop our Creator audience campaigns. This role will be more than a copywriter. You’ll work closely with creative and marketing partners to develop and write campaigns that bring new, inspiring creators to Pinterest.

The Brand Voice Team is growing fast, so this role has some serious growth potential. If you have an obsession with pithy, sharp copy, a passion for the Creator audience and a hunger to write for an iconic brand, you could be just the person for this job.

What you’ll do:

Be one of the Brand Writers focused on the Creator audience at Pinterest. As a writer, you’ll partner with senior writers, designers, creative directors, marketing managers, producers and creator management to create global campaigns that bring the most inspiring creators to Pinterest.
Develop video scripts, pitch campaign ideas, write snappy copy for campaigns, emails and social media announcements, and roll up your sleeves to help the other writers on the team…really, what CAN’T you do?
Collaborate, collaborate, collaborate. You’ll join forces with passionate designers, producers and marketers as we teach the world what Pinterest is and why it matters, speaking specifically to the Creator audience.
Help us develop the Pinterest voice and tone. Weigh in at writing workshops and team meetings.
Nerd out on all things Creators. Keep up with trends in the world of Creators and be able to name a few creators you genuinely love and why. Use your learnings to help guide your writing to be relevant and timely, not earnest.

What we’re looking for:

3+ years steeped in marketing and communications with proven experience in copywriting, journalism, video scripting, professional blogging, etc.
You know the Creator audience! You have a love for social media and even follow a few creators closely. You understand both their pain points and what inspires them.
You’re a strategic writer and planner. You can identify when edgy copy is needed for an asset or when straightforward copy might be the most effective.
You’re resourceful, but also know when to ask for help. You’re skilled at seeking guidance, asking strategic questions and incorporating stakeholder and manager feedback when faced with ambiguity or uncertainty.
You’re able to quickly pick up a brand’s voice and stay committed to learning and understanding the way the tone and voice are expressed across the brand. You don’t shy away from asking questions, learning new things and sharing your ideas.
You’re great at short form copy that gets people energized in a few, pithy words. You can create great copy from a single image, quick video or just an idea.
You’ve worked in high-paced, iterative creative environments before. You have experience writing 100+ lines in a couple of days, gleaning feedback and creating a fresh batch for review in a week’s time.
You’re passionate about writing inclusive copy. You’re knowledgeable about words that have harmful histories, and you catch them and cut them in creative. You represent inclusive perspectives in your writing and reach far outside of your comfort zone to embrace interests beyond your own.
You’re an owner. You accept responsibility for your own work and handle setbacks and challenges head on. You vulnerably seek feedback for improvement and openly explain reasoning if challenged. You’re able to take consistent and constructive feedback on your work to grow in the role.

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