YOUR ROLE: Are you a writing professional with the skills to write compelling and concise messages? Do you want to apply those skills to help inform Catholics about the critical cultural and political issues of the day? If so, this may be the perfect job for you!
CatholicVote is looking for a copywriter with 5+ years of writing experience. Professional email writing experience or Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, or other related subject is considered a plus. We’re looking for a team member to help us maintain our standard of cohesive, interesting, and excellent written content that inspires viewers to engage with and live out the Catholic faith fully in public.
WHO WE ARE: CatholicVote is a lay movement of committed Catholics who are passionate about living out the truths proclaimed by Christ and His Church in the modern world. We are joined by many individuals of other faith traditions because the common good we seek is universal to all men and women of goodwill.
Our mission is to inspire every Catholic in America to live out the truths of our faith in public life. Our vision is to be the most recognized and respected voice for Catholicism in American public life and in so doing bring about a renewal of the culture of our land.
In addition to being driven to develop your copywriting skills, the ideal candidate will have the following:
The ability to work out of our office in Carmel, IN is a plus, though those working remotely are encouraged to apply.
Located just 30 minutes from downtown Indianapolis, Carmel was rated the best city to live in 2018. For more information about Carmel Click Here.
Our Mission is too important to limit your contributions. We are a team committed to a higher calling. As a CatholicVote employee, you will be expected to answer that calling by performing various duties that may be required in order to fulfill the mission we have set out to accomplish.
Please note: CatholicVote reserves the right to revise this job description at any time. This job description is not a contract for employment. Continued employment remains on an “at-will” basis.