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Junior Copywriter.

A junior copywriter at Mindgruve is annoyingly excited about starting a career in advertising. He or she is a natural conceptual thinker and word wizard in-training who relishes every opportunity to shine creatively, be it a fully integrated campaign for a major entertainment network or a single social post for a healthcare product. He or she will never be required to grab coffee or pick up dry cleaning, spending that time instead on crafting the best work in the friggin’ universe.

This junior copywriter will work out of Mindgruve’s San Diego office, reporting to the creative directors.

What you’ll do

  • Write your face off. Projects range from branding to integrated advertising to websites to press releases to community management and beyond
  • Conceptualize ideas, ideas and if there’s time, ideas
  • Collaborate with fellow writers, designers and developers
  • Present work to senior members internally and on rare occasion clients
  • Manage the quality of copywriting deliverables, ensuring they meet both Mindgruve’s and the client’s high expectations
  • Work with project managers to ensure deadlines are met

What we’re looking for

  • A friggin’ sweet portfolio that demonstrates a knack for creativity, passion for advertising and hunger to progress
  • Any copywriting experience, up to 3 years, in an agency or similar environment is a plus but not mandatory
  • Eagerness to tackle every project that comes along, no matter how small or large
  • A general understanding of marketing and relevant technology
  • Ability to multitask and manage personal schedule
  • Solid communication skills
  • Easy going; take criticism in stride
  • Outgoing, team-player
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent professional work experience

Compensation commensurate with experience.

To be considered for this job, qualified candidates MUST submit a resume, portfolio, and salary expectations to careers@mindgruve.com with “Junior Copywriter” in the subject line.