We’re a small software start-up in Manhattan and our focus is on workers’ compensation billing. We’re looking for someone to write in-depth, content-rich blog posts three to four times a week, as well as assist with other content creation. You must have experience with workers’ compensation and/or occupational medicine services; if you don’t, your application will not be considered.
Your main responsibility will be writing blog posts three or four times a week and compiling a monthly digest of the most interesting blog posts. We’re considered experts in our field and these blog posts need to be truly informative and helpful; not listicles or SEO posts or other internet-clogging detritus.
In addition, you’ll help with our other marketing efforts, such as promoting our social media presence, and writing marketing emails and sales and support copy -- basically, you’ll contribute to anything having to do with words :)
Your responsibilities can grow with your competence and abilities.
Some things you should know about us and the job:
Almost all of your posts will deal with some aspect of medical billing for workers’ compensation and/or occupational medicine services. This will include coverage of insurance companies, claims administrators, billing guides and news, and compliance and regulatory matters, mostly in California for now, but we are actively expanding to other states.
Although we’re not in a glamorous industry, we’re a tech start-up with a lot of the benign start-up attributes.
We are a small crew of fewer than 20, so please be a nice person.
You'll have a few major job functions, but you may be asked to contribute in a number of different ways to help the company.
As part of the hiring process, we will ask a few candidates to take part in a one-hour collaborative writing or tear-down exercise.
On-site in Manhattan is preferred, but we’ll consider remote work for a truly exceptional candidate.
This is a full-time independent contractor-to-hire position: to start, a three month trial period as an independent contractor, and if everything works out, we’ll hire you as an employee. You will be eligible for health insurance coverage after three months as an employee.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Start date: as soon as possible
Note: We participate in the Federal E-Verify program to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons we hire in the United States.
To apply, please use the link below to fill out our application form and attach your résumé, cover letter, and any supplementary documents. Please note that you must have a Google account to complete the form.