Mid to Sr. Freelance Copywriter
HAUS is looking for a freelance Mid-level to Senior Copywriter to join our growing team in LA. As a copywriter at HAUS, your work will span a dynamic mix of traditional campaign copywriting and data-driven performance creative. You'll create compelling stories in both short and long form. You'll drive big-idea thinking for digital campaigns, banner campaigns, email correspondence, blog posts and social media. The perfect candidate has experience working within agency or digital shops, and has experience developing voice and tone standards for world-class brands. You should be comfortable working directly with clients, and collaborating with a team of designers and producers.
- 3+ years as a copywriter, with strong skills with both writing and copy editing.
- Experience writing copy for various mediums in this industry, especially the web and email.
- Ability to write in consistent brand voices across our client roster.
- Excels at managing multiple projects, and brands at once.
- Great communicator
- West Coast time zone workdays preferred
- Figma software experience
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Haus is a Los Angeles-based digital agency that pushes the boundaries of technology, strategy, and design to create lasting relationships between brands & customers. Our deep brand partnerships allow us to transform brands from the inside out.
We believe our inclusivity and commitment to equity allows our employees to feel comfortable showcasing the truest version of themselves while creating the highest quality of work. There’s no over-the-shoulder micromanaging here—no soul-crushing bureaucracy to dull the edge off our work. We hire world-class talent to break boundaries, then we set them free. Trust, initiative, and the work are all that matter at HAUS.
From making badass digital creative for the world’s biggest brands, to lunch-break sneaker shopping on Melrose, and thirsty Thursdays at the local pubs. We have a family atmosphere because creating together should be fun, or why do it?