WayUp is the go-to platform for millions of early-career professionals to explore job and internship opportunities, receive advice, and get discovered by employers. Top companies from startups to Fortune 500s use WayUp’s platform to reach, recruit and engage with the new generation of early-career talent.
WayUp is looking for a talented copy writer/editor to join our team. This is a long term freelance opportunity, and we are looking for someone who is available for approximately 10-15 hours per week. You will work closely with the VP of Growth Marketing, Head of B2B, and Branded content editor to ensure all content is of the highest standard and is in the WayUp brand voice. You will be working on and editing articles, presentations, email newsletters (both business and consumer facing), social media, ad copy, and various other user and business facing outlets across the company.
*Candidates will be required to complete a written sample/project demonstrating ability*
By submitting your application, you agree to submit a list of references as part of the interview process and consent to WayUp contacting these references.
The Company values the array of backgrounds, talents and perspectives that a diverse workforce brings. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital or familial status (including registered domestic partnership status), sex and gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), gender identity and gender expression (including transgender individuals who are transitioning, have transitioned, or are perceived to be transitioning to the gender with which they identify), age, sexual orientation, Civil Air Patrol status, military and veteran status, certain arrest or conviction records, domestic violence victim status, and any other consideration protected by federal, state or local law (collectively referred to as "protected characteristics”).