Posted June 28, 2021

Senior Financial Content Editor & Strategist – Launch That


Orlando, FL


How would you like to be part of a writing team that produces consistently excellent content, embraces collaboration, celebrates wins and enjoys being part of a fun, modern company culture?

Launch That is an established leader in the world of digital marketing. We have a track record of creating vibrant, successful digital brands. Our core competencies are SEO and SEM -- inbound marketing -- and we are known for building websites that have excellent content. We invest in our writers, editors and content strategists. We have a history of hiring journalists, technical writers, researchers and other word-centric creatives.

Our new office is in downtown Orlando, and it's an engaging, collaborative environment that combines high tech with an industrial look and a monster kitchen/break room. Mostly, though, we focus on hiring and developing great people.

This senior-level role is expected to reflect expertise, autonomy and self-direction in its approach to the responsibilities assigned below. Our ideal candidate has a combination of: great writing, editing and digital marketing strategy skills, and foundational knowledge of the complex financial and retirement topics we cover.

About this Role:

The Senior Financial Editor and Strategist develops and executes digital marketing content strategies and quarterly goals for the content team in coordination with the Content Manager, trains and coaches fellow content writers and editors, and edits and writes for one or more of our branded lead-gen websites. 

This person is the primary line editor for the majority of the content featured on our website(s). In this role, you will edit and fact-check webpages, blog posts, news articles and graphics for style and accuracy, ensuring consistent style, tone and structure. You will be the last read on writing, the last listen on podcasts and the last view on videos before they are published. 

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