Technical Writer -


The writer's primary purpose is to create, develop, write, and edit marketing content for corporate, instructional, and promotional communication.
The main functions of the writer include:
Draft website content designed to meet SEO and optimizing goals.
Write, format, and edit content for print materials, e-blasts, produce videos, e-newsletters, social media, and press releases ensuring brand message consistency across all channels.
Standardizing internal and external communications.
Your chance to make a difference starts with a career as a writer with our partner's firm. The company is an industry leader in the repackaging and distribution of high quality pharmaceutical compounding supplies. The team is comprised of committed, dynamic and highly professional individuals who recognize the importance of collaboration and vision. If your vision is to lead by example and be considered a part of a constantly growing and innovative organization, then you will find that this firm offers a variety of exciting career opportunities that can match that passion.
Number of Available Positions: 10
Benefits:
Great benefits package
Competitve wages (starting at $22/hour)
Career growth opportunities
Permanent FT employment
Requirements:
Strong organization skills and great attention to detail.
Excellent communication skills required; fluent English (oral & written) required.
Ability to translate from English to French is an asset.
Strong creative and professional writing skills.
Strong command of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) required.
Excellent knowledge of web-based applications and online social media platforms.
Qualifications:
Minimum of two (2) to four (4) years' experience in technical writing, communications, journalism, media, marketing and/or corporate affairs.
Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism or related field.

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