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Writer/Editor

NWLC


Location:
Washington, DC, District of Columbia 20036
Date:
08/07/2017
2017-08-072017-09-06
Job Code:
118
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Shift:
1st Shift
NWLC
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Job Details

The National Women’s Law Center seeks a talented writer and communicator to raise our visibility through the written word and help make progress for women and girls. As the writer/editor, you will write high-profile media pieces such as op-eds, marketing copy, and high-level website content, and copy edit key resources.

Responsibilities

You will help us raise our visibility and contribute to improving women’s lives in the workplace, schools, health care system; protecting reproductive rights, and protecting and expanding income supports so families can thrive by:

  • Initiating ideas for increasing our visibility through the written word.
  • Writing op-eds, opinion pieces, and letters-to-the-editor.
  • Writing press releases across all issue and program areas.
  • Writing marketing copy such as brochures and high-level web content.
  • Writing annual report.
  • Copy editing press releases, statements, and high-profile content for the news media such as reports and key fact sheets.
  • Developing a Center style guide.
  • Helping ensure consistent brand messaging across the organization.

Requirements

Qualifications

You are an extraordinary writer who also:

  • Has excellent editing skills.
  • Pays close attention to detail.
  • Demonstrates strong analytic and critical thinking skills.
  • Communicates in an engaging, passionate style even when writing about complicated policies or analysis.
  • Has a knack for absorbing and distilling large amounts of often wonky information and conveying it in a compelling, concise, and reader-friendly way.
  • Can write for different audiences and under deadline pressure.
  • Enjoys working both independently and as part of team.
  • Has experience writing but full-time writing experience is not required.
  • Has at least two years of work experience.
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