Sr. Marketing Copywriter

San Francisco, CA


About Curology

Do you thrive on the challenge of expressing complex subjects in clear, compelling ways? Do you want to be part of a brand that’s a true innovator in its space? And do you think skincare and dermatology are usually a little, um, boring? Join the team at Curology! We have a revolutionary approach to prescribing custom acne creams that actually work, thanks to our in-house dermatologists and our outside-the-box creative team. 

As a Senior Copywriter - Marketing Specialty, you’ll sit on the creative and marketing team. The ideal candidate understands both sides sides of the process: how to brainstorm concepts freely and loosely, as well as how to write copy that delivers strategic results.

Our in-house creative team likes to push the envelope, and we’re looking for an experienced copywriter who understands that the job requires more than just words — it combines strategy, vision, collaboration, and execution.



  • Hungry. There’s no job too big or small. You don’t wait to be pinged, but actively push important projects along. 
  • Conceptually gifted. In this senior position, your ideas should help guide not just the final copy but strategy, concept, and even visual execution.
  • Strategic. You clearly express the intentions behind your ideas well before words hit the page.
  • Collaborative. You’ll work side-by-side with designers and marketing managers, and more. You see feedback as an exciting opportunity to improve your ideas.
  • Curious. You’re always looking at the latest creative trends. You draw inspiration from not just other skincare companies, but fashion, art, fitness, and more.
  • Experienced. 3-5 years experience working on creative teams is a must.



  • Write copy seen by millions of people.
  • Work across channels: banner ads, box design, Snapchat ads, social media, videos, product copy, landing pages, and more.
  • Be responsible for maintaining and checking brand voice consistency across your projects.
  • Help guide more junior creatives by providing excellent, thoughtful insight and feedback.
  • Contribute to brainstorming sessions across many projects, not only your own.
  • Create A/B tests alongside the marketing team, and work to understand creative results.


Curology encourages applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions and ages, as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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