We’re looking for someone to join our Marketing team as a Data Journalist, where you’ll be responsible for researching, creating and pitching content through our owned channels + PR agencies.

What you’ll do:

You’ll be responsible for generating creative insights from across the advertising industry and turning these into reports or press stories in partnership with our PR agency.

  • Build press-worthy insights through creating insights with our software
  • Create - pitch, plan, write - content on how creative insights can enhance marketing strategy
  • Own a content calendar of press pieces, podcasts, calendar moments - like Earth Day - to industry moments - like the SuperBowl or AdWeek.
  • Lead press partner relationship to amplify coverage of the content you create

Who you are:

We’re open to non-traditional marketing backgrounds - but our ideal teammate is a writer with a research mindset who is adept at finding the story within the data. The goal of our content is to inform and inspire senior marketing leadership on how creative insights improves the digital marketing process. If this excites you please apply.

  • 3-5 years experience in content creation, journalism or business analytics or equivalent demonstrable experience.
  • A storyteller, who thrives on creating informative and interesting content from scratch.
  • Data-driven approach to content development and comfortable using analytics software to judge content engagement.
  • Expert at finding the story from a dataset (intermediate Excel skills a plus e.g. pivot tables, statistical significance formulas)
  • Expert at finding the press angle, whether that’s creating content towards a national calendar (Earth Day, Pride) or towards industry moments and insights (SuperBowl, Adweek)
  • Audience first approach - your content will be read by marketers. To succeed, you need a natural enthusiasm to know your audience, to keep up with who they are, what they care about and how we can inform and inspire them through our content.


Success in this role means:

One of the most productive teams in our investor portfolios, CreativeX consists of critical thinkers that work to business outcomes and results (vs hours).

We find the most successful hires are people who are smart, ambitious, who value excellence in their work but operate collaboratively at their core. If this sounds like you, please reach out - we'd love to hear from you.

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