Do you want to craft communications for the biggest names in business, philanthropy, and public life?

Do you thrive in an environment that demands curiosity, creativity, and the ability to tackle a wide range of projects — often simultaneously?

Do your ideal coworkers value thoughtful writing, hot takes, and the Oxford comma?

If so, we can’t wait to hear from you.


Account Supervisor/Senior Account Executive — West Wing Communications

Location: Remote

Do you have a passion for consumer technology — for thinking and talking and writing about the ways in which it’s changing our lives as consumers and workers? Are you an experienced communicator and manager? Are you interested in shaping the messaging strategy and storytelling around groundbreaking, cutting-edge tech?

If so, we can’t wait to hear from you!

West Wing Communications is the brand and product messaging team at West Wing Writers. As a member of the team, you’ll help to lead West Wing’s collaboration with one of the world’s most influential tech brands—and to draft messaging, scripts and other written PR and marketing materials introducing the client’s products and services to a range of audiences.

We are searching for a full-time Account Supervisor or Senior Account Executive (title dependent on experience) to help lead our consumer-technology messaging and writing team. You’ll be focused on client service and high-level storytelling. You’ll collaborate with our clients, ensuring that key audiences (press, consumers, customers) have a strong understanding of their products and services. You’ll also work closely with and manage other members of our team to ensure that their writing is telling the client’s story effectively.

Specifically, you will:

  • Craft strategy and story for one of the world’s most influential technology brands
  • Write thoroughly, quickly, and carefully, while capturing the client’s unique voice, tone, and manner
  • Edit and review the work of others — and serve as a liaison between the West Wing team, our client, and other agency partners
  • Serve as a thought-partner, advising/writing on issues, ideas, products, and services, in scripts, public relations and marketing communications materials, and other formats
  • Manage and delegate work to multiple team members

Our ideal candidate will:

  • Embody and promote our values: kindness, creativity, teamwork, DE&I, humility, humor, enthusiasm, and curiosity
  • Demonstrate exceptional written and verbal communications skills
  • Perform well both independently and on teams
  • Be excited to write about tech-related issues and product launches
  • Enjoy managing teams, projects, and building workplace culture
  • Bring 3–7 years of applicable work experience (tech writing and/or PR experience a plus)
  • Be authorized to work and accept new employment in the United States

The salary band for this position starts at $82,500–$115,000 with opportunities for additional deferred-compensation and performance-based bonuses. We offer a robust benefit package, including health, dental, and vision care; generous paid vacation leave, plus federal and floating holidays; immediate eligibility for our 401K plan; paid parental leave; and a professional development stipend.

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We are always on the lookout for writers to join our team.

We believe writing is a team sport. Across our offices, we brainstorm, crowdsource, and edit together.

We count ourselves lucky to work with colleagues we admire, on projects we think are important, for clients we believe in. We lead with kindness, creativity, teamwork, diversity, humility, humor, enthusiasm, and intellectual curiosity. If that sounds interesting to you, introduce yourself to us.

‍We’re comitted to a diverse and inclusive work environment. We strongly encourage members of historically underrepresented groups to reach out, including people of color, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, gender-nonconforming people, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and multilingual individuals.

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