Working for us
Writing’s what we do and love. So it’ll come as no surprise that we’ve scoured the planet to find the best wordsmiths we can to make up our team here at The Writer HQ.
Join us full-time
We’ve grown a lot since we started out as a mad glint in Martin’s eye not so many years ago. And we’re still growing.
Or freelance maybe
We often need a freelance brain or two to help out when we’ve got big projects on – or for when things get really busy.
At the moment we’re not taking on any new freelancers in the UK, but if you’re based in the US then we’d love to hear from you.
Or find out more about Word Experience
It's our version of work experience for second-year students interested in a career in business writing. We run it once a year.
What do I need to do?
Click on a role for an outline of what we look for. If it sounds like you, click the ‘I’m a...’ link to tell us why you could be a good fit.
The writers and thinkers
You can write with the best of them, naturally. It might still be early days (in which case you’ve got a drawer stuffed full of scribbles you don’t mind sharing with us). Or you might already have worked in-house – either in a creative agency, or ‘client side’. But whether you’re a bright new thing or a seasoned veteran, you’re up for working on writing projects big and small. You’re not afraid to challenge a brief or ask as many questions as it takes to get a job right. You’re interested in helping clients figure out how to make their brand sound right. And you want to make sure our work’s as good as it can be.
I’m a writer
I’m a freelance writer in the US
You might already do some kind of training or facilitation work – but no worries if not. What is essential is that you can’t help picking apart a bit of writing to see what makes it tick. You can think on your feet. You like the sound of spending your days getting people fired up about why good writing matters (even if they’re senior, difficult or just diffident). And you don’t mind a bit of travel around the country (and occasionally the world).
I’m a trainer