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Feb 26, 2019

Downtown Toronto


Job #: 144469

Salary: $29/Hr

Job Description

We’re looking for a smart creative copywriter and innovative thinker to be part of our very dynamic in-house creative team. This is a role that is heavy on advertising (display advertising, video scripts, direct mail), as well as customer communications (account letters, emails, website). 

- Please include a link to an online portfolio of your work in your resumé (or a PDF of samples). We’ll be reviewing candidates’ work first to determine who we’ll be interviewing. 

What you’ll be doing: 
• Writing for a variety of channels including digital (display advertising, email, website), video, direct mail and print advertising 
• Working closely with an art director and designer in concept development and providing strategic input across a variety of marketing initiatives 
• Consulting with marketing managers and business analysts, editors and legal folks to ensure your brilliant words aren’t just persuasive – they’re spot-on accurate 
• Coming up with big ideas – ideas that break through, meet the strategy and are always on brand 

What you need to have: 
• Right Brain Smarts: Excellent writing skills (compelling and grammatically clean long-form copy as well as highly-effective headlines, taglines, and calls to action) and strong concept development abilities 
• Left Brain Smarts: You think strategically and understand the importance of the “Big Idea” (or little big idea, depending on the work) 
• Strong organizational skills 
• Strong communication and presentation skills 
• A very collaborative work ethic 
• Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines 

What we’ll be looking for: 
• At least 5 years of writing experience – agency or marketing background is preferred (we stick to CP style standards) 
• Experience writing for the Canadian financial services industry would be nice, but is not necessary