The Hired Guns are seeking an expert Fundraising Writer to write compelling content for one of the nation’s top medical centers.
The Nitty Gritty
The backstory on the organization and why they need to hire you!
A renowned NYC-based healthcare institution is looking for a talented storyteller to create captivating content for fundraising purposes. They need someone who can translate scientific and medical information into clear language and weave compelling stories around it in an organized way. This role is more nuanced than simply churning out pretty sentences: you must be a master at framing content, taking complex issues and simplifying them for donors. There’s real human impact in this writing — your words will convey the heart of what’s really important to a donor. Note: This is a freelance role, but requires more than 16 hours per week … in other words, it’s a great side hustle for the right person.
How you’ll know if you’re a fit…
Storytelling is at the heart of all that you do. You’re a highly experienced copywriter who is adept at taking complex issues and condensing them into everyday terms that move people. You’re flexible and can turn projects around quickly. It’s totally fine if you don’t come from a medical background, but you do need to be able to ask the right, interesting and pointed questions of experts and have a knack for getting your head around unfamiliar, complex subject matter. Perhaps you have a marketing or patient-facing communications background. Big plus if you’re a medical- or science-focused writer.
The Inside Skinny
Why you should add this gig to your dance card!
This is a great well-paid side gig for the right freelance writer out there. Not to mention, this leading healthcare organization is a stellar name to have on your resume. Plus, your words will have an impact in helping ordinary people get access to quick and efficient healthcare … and that feels good. Sound like the part-time writing job you’ve been looking for? Get in touch with us today!
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