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Copywriter (Bilingual English & Spanish)

What matters to you? Do you want a job that lets you fight for those things?

Good jobs let you apply your skills. Great jobs feed your sense of purpose.

If you want to feed your sense of purpose, come join the sharp, passionate communicators at GMMB who spend every day using their skills to try to make a difference in the world. We get great candidates elected. We fight to keep kids from getting addicted to tobacco. We improve access to education and health care. We protect reproductive rights and promote efforts to combat climate change.

We’re a unique collection of political wonks, communication strategists, media experts, creative thinkers and multimedia producers who’ve made it our mission to fight for what matters. And we could use somebody like you to help us craft powerful messages and plot out smart tactics to reach the right audiences at the right time to make a difference.

What do you say? Ready to join the team at our DC homebase or in our Seattle or San Francisco offices?

  • GMMB has a hybrid work schedule with at least two days in office presence. 
  • This position can be based in Washington, DC or Seattle, WA.
  • Salary range  $75,000 - $90,000

You area Bilingual Copywriter (proficient in English and Spanish) who knows how to: 

  • Work with an Art Director to develop engaging creative ideas for both English and Spanish-speaking audiences
  • Collaborate with an integrated team to understand client goals and develop relevant and effective communication strategies, particularly for various Spanish-speaking audiences
  • Write clear, concise, and compelling copy and translate complicated information into easy-to-understand narratives
  • Effectively sell creative thinking to internal teams and to clients
  • Stay current on advertising, branding, social and cultural trends, and use that knowledge in your creative work
  • Channel your passion. We want to do some good in the world and we’re looking for people who share that drive

You have: 

  •  At least 4-6 years of experience as a copywriter, preferably at a communications agency or in-house creative department
  • Fluency and exceptional writing skills in both English and Spanish
  • The ability to work in a fast-paced environment on multiple projects while showing an attention to detail
  • The flexibility to thrive in a firm that puts client service first. Doing good in the world sometimes means going the extra mile for our clients
  • A willingness to oversee/approve Spanish translations from contractors and manage recording sessions with Spanish-speaking talent 


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