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Perficient Is Hiring a Remote Editor/Writer to Produce Health Care Copy

Calling all experienced health care writers: Do you copy?

Perficient is searching for a full-time writer/editor with a finger on the pulse of a dynamic and ever-changing industry.

The international consulting firm is hiring a work-from-home health care editor/copywriter to oversee West Coast client projects, including website copy, interactive marketing campaigns and content strategy and development. Candidates should have a four-year college degree, three to five years of copywriting experience and an additional three years creating content for the health care industry.

Perficient’s healthcare business unit is a heavy hitter in the health care service industry, ranking No. 77 on Healthcare Informatics top 100 list. Some notable clients include Kaiser Permanente, Partners in Health and Vibra Healthcare.

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Healthcare Editor/Copywriter at Perficient

Pay: Salaried

Responsibilities include:

  • Writing and editing copy in varying client voices for health care providers
  • Overseeing and editing junior copywriter materials for accuracy and readability
  • Crafting compelling subject lines, pre-headers, calls to action and other health care-related copy on tight deadlines
  • Creating style and voice guides for client projects in conjunction with content strategists, analysts, designers and client product managers.
  • Editing copy for accuracy, grammar and style in accordance with the content brief

Applicants for this position must have:

  • A four-year degree in a related field (English, journalism, writing and rhetoric, digital marketing, web marketing or digital communications)
  • Three or more years of experience in copywriting or content development for social media or websites
  • Three or more years producing content for the health care industry (health care marketing preferred)

Adam Hardy is an editorial assistant at The Penny Hoarder. He lives off a diet of stale puns and iced coffee. Read his full bio here.