You’re a motivated content strategist with a strong interest in health communication and public health. You love to develop digital and print products that are intuitive, clear, and actionable. You enjoy working independently and collaboratively, have experience giving and receiving feedback, and have outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail.
What you will do
The core functions of this role include:
- Writing and editing — As a member of the content team, you’ll apply best practices in user-centered design, health education, and health literacy to develop content for diverse audiences. You’ll also mentor and supervise health writers, providing editorial feedback.
- Content governance — You’ll work with our clients to plan for the full content lifecycle from development to archive. You’ll be responsible for creating the documentation that supports stellar content, including content guidelines, style guides, and decision-making tools for content gatekeepers. You’ll work with the team to ensure editorial consistency across communication products.
- Information architecture — You’ll collaborate with the team to develop, evaluate, and reorganize digital content and labeling. Using diverse strategies like content audits, card sorting, and tree testing, you’ll work with cross-disciplinary project teams to develop recommendations based on user research and usability best practices.
- User-centered content strategy — You’ll use data, research, and analytics to evaluate content and push for continuous improvement. You’ll also act as a liaison to Web Development and UX Design teams on all matters related to content design, including page layout, interactions, and content requirements
- 5 years of relevant experience or an advanced degree
- BA or MA in Public Health, Health Science, English, or related field
- Strong writing and editing skills and a knack for clear communication
- Experience working with graphic designers and web developers
- Experience with the user-centered design process
- Familiarity with federal plain language guidelines and best practices
- Experience developing materials for audiences with limited (health) literacy skills
- Solid working knowledge of common operating systems and software, including iOS for Mac
- Comfort with digital-based work, especially digital project management and collaboration tools and video conferencing
At CommunicateHealth, we acknowledge that our employees are the best and brightest, and we want to compensate you accordingly!
Mission-based work with competitive and equitable compensation
Annual profit share (eligible after 1 full year of employment)
- Open paid time off policy
- 401K with 4% company match
- Comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance plans (CH pays 80% for individuals and 75% for families and couples)
- Parking and commuter reimbursement (Rockville office)
- Up to 6 weeks paid parental leave (up to 6 additional weeks of unpaid leave) and flexible schedules for working parents
- Life insurance base plan of $50,000
A healthy social and emotional work environment
- Flexible schedules, including work-from-home days and Summer Fridays
- Weekly all-staff Creative Time
- Standing desks
- Gym membership reimbursement
- Co-working opportunities and paid office visits for remote employees
- In-office massages
Personal and professional development and training
- $1,500+ of professional development annually
- Company support for applying to and presenting at professional conferences
- Individual coaching and mentoring, including access to CH principals
- Pro-bono and community work that align with the CH mission
- Company-sponsored trainings throughout the year