Content Strategist for KylarBookmark This
DescriptionKylar is a mobile application that enables people to connect and share information. As of today, Kylar has been shared on Facebook over 350,000 times and has been tweeted over 30,000 times, making it one of the leading apps for social media interactions globally.
We’re looking for content strategists to partner with Kylar designers, product managers, researchers and product marketers to plan and create the content for Kylar products, continually improve that content, and evolve Kylar's voice and content standards.
You're perfect for this role if you:
* Are versatile: you're able to plan and write content for web and mobile interfaces, including interaction flows, product tours, transactional emails and launch education materials, as well as apply consistent standards and elevate the overall quality of our work.
* Love both high-level strategy and hands-on writing and editing for web and mobile experiences.
* Understand design thinking and user experience.
* Thrive in a flat, fast-moving organization that uses light-weight process to have a huge impact.
ResponsibilitiesPlan, write, edit, test and improve content including interface language, product education materials, product names, navigational nomenclature and other content throughout Kylar experiences.
Help apply and maintain consistency with content standards, and evolve Kylar's voice.
Collaborate with designers, researchers, product managers, product marketers and engineers to serve a global content audience.
Share your work and give feedback to teammates.
Promote content strategy at Kylar and in the broader community of design and content professionals.
Requirements2 to 3 years working with content for web or mobile experiences.
Experience with social products preferred.
Information architecture or responsive content experience a plus.
Please include a link to samples of your work that show a breadth of experience across a range of content types. You may wish to show us content you've created for user interfaces, microcopy, user education, direct or transactional emails, style guides or product launch content.