LifeLabs Learning is the source for instantly useful, delightfully unusual, science-backed programs. We teach skills to build passionate and high-performing teams faster.

We're a diverse team of people who care about creating a world where work is engaging and fulfilling by equipping people with life's most useful skills - and we have fun doing it! Learn more about us here!

Our benefits include:

  • Full-time Employee Benefits: medical, dental, and vision insurance, monthly internet stipend for all full-time employees and mobile phone stipend for eligible roles, 18 vacation days, 10 federal holidays, 2 LifeLabs holidays, 2 floating holidays, 1 Values Day, Kind Fridays (employees have the option to end work at 3pm local time on Fridays), and CLean Break (Paid Time Off benefit during the last week of the year), 401K, team profit share, Employee Resource Groups, annual Learning FUNd and Learning Days, lending library, dedicated peer coach, ongoing training, biannual team retreats, and more!
  • Part-time Employee Benefits: paid sick leave and 1-1 coaching & development

We are looking for a Content Marketing Creator to help us transform the workplace into a practice lab for mastering life's most useful skills!

As our Content Marketing Creator, you will help us bring our brand vision to life in small and big ways every day. We will look to you for creative storytelling on all of our digital platforms. You will help us harness the good ideas, topics, and stories from across our business. If you’re super observant, cool in the face of change and challenge, and in love with creating compelling marketing content, then we want you to join our Growth team.

A week in the life of the Content Marketing Creator: 

1) Tell the stories that matter most:

  • Understand the needs of our marketing and product teams so that you can generate original content and support the development of content by other makers. 
    • Conceptualize, create and edit original copy and materials that are well-researched, aligned with our brand voice and tone, and meet business goals and deadlines.
    • Partner with our Growth and Product teams to understand copy and asset needs and deadlines.
    • Conduct research to propose materials ideas or support accurate and engaging content.
    • Deep-dive into our brand communities to speak to our target audiences.
    • Grow social media engagement by speaking to the incredible humans we serve every day (through original social copy and responses to and engagement with our digital communities).
  • Advise the Growth and Product teams on topic trends to support ongoing thought-leadership.
  • Interpret technical product information and turn it into engaging and persuasive concepts for marketing campaigns.
    • Interpret campaign briefs to understand project requirements
    • Collaborate with the product team, thought leaders, subject matter experts, and other professionals on large- and small-scale projects (e.g., emails, newsletters, blogs, launch campaigns, and landing pages)

2) Create stuff that sticks:

  • Support the creation of new marketing and product materials worthy of the brand, up-to-date, and deeply compelling, including:
    • Social Media 
    • Videos, audio, infographic and other multimedia content
    • Articles for external publication 
    • Research reports
    • Case studies
    • One-pagers
    • Website
    • Landing pages
    • Newsletters
    • Announcements 
    • Event invitations
  • Craft and edit marketing materials that makes it irresistible to view, pass on, and take action.
    • Create clear, compelling copy for various mediums, including short and long-form written work and multi-media platforms (e.g., ads, blog posts, videos, etc...)
    • Daily responsibilities may include, but are not limited to writing, re-writing, copyediting, and proofreading a variety of optimized content for product launches, workshop descriptions, partner event presentations, the Lab Report (newsletter), and marketing campaigns; 
  • Create content for social media, specifically LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

Content Marketing Creator Requirements:

  • Materials and copy that are succinct, playful, and adds value in every interaction
  • Ability to rapidly learn from subject matter experts and write about any topic with relative ease, from the mundane to the highly scientific
  • Track record of creating marketing content that represents a brand and catalyzes action
  • Knowledge of engaging social media copy, tools, and tactics
  • Knowledge of SEO and AdWords
  • Familiarity with AP Style
  • Have outstanding organizational and time management skills. You must be able to meet daily, weekly, and monthly deadlines consistently
  • Collaboration skills: ability to build and keep strong internal and external relationships
  • Knowledge of important marketing metrics and content’s role in meeting those metrics
  • Familiarity with graphic design and user experience principles
  • Ability to understand, interpret our organizational psychology, science, research & ideas into marketing content.
  • Knowledge of subscription and membership service marketing methods
  • Comfort with Canva or Adobe Suite
    • Some working knowledge/experience of using the software. No need to be an expert!

The deets:

  • Start date: December 5, 2022
  • Location: Remote (can be based anywhere in the U.S., except Alaska)
  • Starting Salary: $70K-$90K
    • Starting salary matches your skills and readiness for the role assessed during the interview process.
  • Compensation: salary + bonus (Success Share)
    • Our compensation system is transparent and consistently applied throughout the company. As you take on new responsibilities, you can expect a yearly compensation increase, so long as you are meeting the role expectations #AlwaysBeLearning! This translates into a predictable raise up to $105K base salary, after which your base salary will increase based on an annual cost of living adjustment.
    • Additionally, you will be eligible to participate in our annual Success Share program which is a 10% bonus on your eligible earnings when we hit our annual revenue target.
      • Year 1: 10% of 70K Year 2: 10% of 80K Year 3: 10% of 90K Year 4: 10% of 100K Year 5: 10% of 105K Year 6: 10% of 150K + 2% merit increase

Want to know what to expect ahead? 

Step 1: Complete the application below.

Step 2: Do a self-led working session to get a sense of the role and give us an opportunity to see your skills in action.

Step 3: Join an interview related to the role, your skills, knowledge, and our company values.

Let’s do this! Come be part of a team where you will learn something new every day, challenge yourself and others, laugh a lot, and make a real impact by teaching people life’s most useful skills.

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