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Public.com lets you invest in any fractional asset, from stocks, ETFs, and crypto, to art, NFTs, and collectibles of any kind - all in one place.

Public helps people be better investors with a suite of investing tools, unique company data, and a community of millions of investors, creators, and analysts. This includes live shows about the markets, Town Halls with company executives, and custom company metrics.

Since 2019, Public has raised over $300 million. Investors include Accel, Tiger Global, as well as Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Will Smith (Dreamers VC), Maria Sharapova, Tony Hawk, The Chainsmokers’ Mantis VC; NFL star J.J. Watt, NYU Stern professor Scott Galloway, business executive Dick Parsons, and Shari Redstone’s Advancit Capital.

About the role:

The Editorial and Branded Content Manager will program, produce, and manage contextual content that helps Public.com members become better investors. This role serves Public’s Editorial function as well as Pulse, our B2B partnerships arm that helps companies engage retail investors. The role reports to the GM of IR Innovation.

This role will manage branded content development. It requires strong writing and editing skills, excellent project management skills, and a talent for creating strong branded content programs that are valuable for members while meeting partner campaign objectives. 

This role is based onsite in New York and reports to the GM of IR Innovation. 

What you’ll do:

  • Serve as branded content lead for Pulse partner programs, turning partner objectives into compelling content for Public members via Live audio shows, educational lesson modules, and more.
  • Produce Public.com Town Halls, which give investors the opportunity to ask questions of the executives leading the companies they invest in or want to learn more about.
  • Project manage editorial-based marketing development, including promotional assets, audio clips for social channels, and email recaps.
  • Support Pulse BD efforts through sales collateral development and outreach.
  • This role collaborates closely with Public’s in-house Editorial team.

Who you are:

  • The ideal candidate has 3-5 years of experience in an Editorial, Partner Management or Content Marketing role. 
  • Very strong writing skills with the ability to understand and distill complex ideas clearly.
  • Deep understanding of the public markets and a comfort developing content around economic and business topics.
  • Strong project manager, able to organize and execute on multiple aspects of a workstream while collaborating with colleagues across a range of disciplines.
  • Executive presence with experience working with senior executives and teams to bring program objectives to life.
  • Entrepreneurial and self-directed. Proactive ideator who thrives in a startup environment.


  • We offer great health care plans and pay the full premium for you and your family including medical, dental, and vision 
  • Generous PTO and sick leave 
  • Discounted fitness memberships
  • 401k with 4% company match
  • Your choice of gear - from laptop to desk, we got you covered 

Public.com is an equal employment opportunity employer to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type.  We celebrate people of all race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression.

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