Our office in Buenos Aires is looking for an English copywriter to join our local Copy Monk in writing world-class copy for international clients.
As a Copy Monk at MediaMonks, you’ll wield words, wisdom and wit as part of the most prolific creative production company on the planet.
If you associate as a copy connoisseur, word whizz and alliteration aficionado, read on and sell us on your way with words.
Working from our BA offices, you’ll write copy and content on behalf of international clients who seek us for the creative production of their digital projects, products and campaigns.
As a Copy Monk, you’ll help to secure, shape, and sell our projects through alliteration and other creative means championing clarity over cleverness.
You’ll provide copy for a broad range of assignments : from slogans and scripts to content for marketing, social media and interactive campaigns.
You’ll contribute pitches, proposals and projects in production, collaborating with creatives to verbalise ideas, iron out concepts and solve creative issues through copy solutions.
You’ll also write in support of the MediaMonks brand, crafting copy about our projects, people and job profiles.
As part of an international copy team, you’ll collaborate with peers around the world to critique work, calibrate on best practices, and confer about comma conundrums.
Other than great copy, your job is to ensure that everything makes sense, is consistent and meets the objectives.
Join Our Team as a Copy Monk
At MediaMonks, you’ll join a successful, bustling and fast-moving company on a global mission to become the best production partner in any field and market operating as one team across time zones with 1,000 Monks and counting.
In addition to many of the nicest people in the industry, MediaMonks BA also has the best-ever asados (including a vegan-friendly version!).
If you can handle our casual and slightly chaotic company culture just as well as you can handle complex clients and copy, this job is perfect for you.
MediaMonks stands for equal-opportunity employment and welcomes applications from people of all backgrounds. Please be attentive to the requirements and accompany your portfolio with a personal cover letter explaining why you’re the right Monk for the role.
Questions? steven mediamonks.com has answers.
For this mid to senior-level position, we’re looking for a flawless English copywriter with several years of experience at a high, international level.
You’re able to present a portfolio of praise-worthy projects, showcasing your ability to work on a variety of projects.
You don’t have to be native English, you have to be way better than the average native writer : your English grammar and word play are impeccable, and ideally, you’re also able to write Portuguese copy.
You can craft amazing work out of thin air, based on briefs or drafts written by others; comfortable jumping in and out at any stage of a project from first ideas to final words always delivering tight work, even under tight deadlines.
You combine creative writing with critical thinking; your analytical approach enables you to ask the right questions and waterproof ideas from both a strategic and conceptual perspective.
You know how to capture ideas in copy that is clear and compelling at the same time : convincing without fancy words, bullshit or esoteric language after all, the cognoscenti have no need for grandiloquence.
You’re as much a tagline writer as you’re a tech writer who can shadow as a UX writer, and drop-shadow as a UI writer.
While you might be tired of the word, your storytelling skills allow you to write compelling scripts for TVCs, product videos and brand films ranging from 5 seconds to 5 minutes.
As part of a constructive feedback loop, you can give and handle criticism without making or taking it personally, eagerly going the extra mile if that’s what it takes to make good great.
As an editor, you are the change you want to see in the word : you improve what is said, not just how.
Your attention to detail is annoying : typos, inconsistencies and questionable punctuation marks have no chance getting past your cursor.