The Metropolitan Museum of Art is looking for an editor in its direct marketing department. You’ll be responsible for writing copy for all Web-related initiatives, which means coming up with the right words for everything from customer service pages to gift guides. No sweat, right?
In addition to handling website and marketing campaign copy, you’ll be working to develop a copy style guide and consistent voice across media channels. You’ll also conduct market research to help establish guidelines for new product categories for catalogue and Web.
To be considered, you should have at least four years of product and promotional copywriting experience, plus a minimum of one year of experience writing copy for the Web. Proficiency in Word, PowerPoint, InDesign and HTML is desired, but the ability to work in fast-paced environment while juggling multiple tasks is key. Obviously, an appreciation for or background in art is preferred. Interested? Apply here.
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