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This is where you make one of the first impressions with prospective hires. In this section, write a short, catchy paragraph about your company. Make sure to provide information about the company culture, company size, key clients, company’s mission, and goals. As well as perks, benefits, office hours, remote working possibilities, and everything else you think makes your company interesting.
As a Financial Writer, you will create informative and engaging content to make complex concepts easy to understand in the financial space.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Maintain an in-depth understanding of the financial industry to deliver confident writing at multiple levels of sophistication.
- Create original content and enhance existing content while incorporating SEO best practices.
- Confidently write executive and advisor communications, marketing collateral, social media, blog posts, and white papers.
- Brainstorm, research, and contribute ideas for content that is of interest to the target audience.
- Ensure a consistent brand experience across all customer touchpoints and across all media (traditional and digital).
- Proven years of writing experience in the finance sector.
- Well versed in a wide range of financial products and accustomed to describing financial markets, products, and economic activity in clear, direct language.
- Ability to adjust tone and message to audiences across the spectrum of financial sophistication, from institutions and financial advisers to plan sponsors and individuals.
- Strong project management, written, and oral communication skills.
- Resourceful, with the ability to thrive in a hectic environment.
- Results-driven, highly collaborative.
- Ability to interact with a diverse group of senior stakeholders.
- Writing Skills
- Project Management
- Communication skills