As a Content Writer on the Product Education team, you’ll design and build content that can drive feature adoption for new elements in our products or get our customers maxing out their potential on our platforms. You’ll be creating the kinds of guides, courses, and documentation that build confidence in our customers and speak to the human elements of our technologies and communities.

Most of your time will be spent creating content, but you’ll also help the team develop and enhance the ways we deliver ongoing customer education to the commercial real estate, tenant experience, and property management world. A passion for teaching and learning with your unique skillset is a big deal. 

Our platform—and the world of shared spaces—is evolving all the time. If you like taking multifaceted topics and turning them into simple, engaging, and educational content, then you’re in the right place.

To thrive in this role, you should have a strong background in professional writing and a good sense of adult learning and educational design to deliver the best possible solutions at the most advantageous times. Solid knowledge of SaaS companies, commercial real estate or property management, content creation tools (graphic design, video editing, CSS, shoebox dioramas), or learning management systems is a huge bonus. More than anything, you like taking complicated topics and turning them into simple, engaging material that helps people out.

Here’s what you can expect as a Content Writer:

  • You’ll always be making stuff—articles, interactive courses, exams, micro-learnings, internal guides, graphics, whatever you like. 
  • You’ll take writing seriously—we’re very dedicated to honing our skills and delivering the clearest and most engaging content we possibly can.
  • You’ll take an active hand in curriculum development, learner assessment, and content delivery to make sure people are learning the right things at the right times.
  • You’ll be an asset to the platform—bridging gaps between product teams, internal stakeholders, and the folks in the product day to day.
  • You’ll be collaborating constantly—engaged in feedback, suggestions, criticism, fact-finding, team writing, product discovery, and everything else it takes to make high quality work in a rigorous creative process.

What VTS Values & How We Show It

  • Strive for Excellence - We know your potential is unlimited. Take advantage of our executive coaches and our training and career development programs available to all employees! 
  • Be Customer Obsessed - We’re employee obsessed too! VTS offers competitive compensation, comprehensive health benefits (including dental and vision), pre-tax commuter benefits, and a 401(k) plan. Not to mention the fun stuff - quarterly happy hours, wellness events, clubs, and team lunches! 
  • Be Curious - Benefit from a culture that promotes new learning. VTS offers an education stipend to all employees! 
  • Move as One - We work in an open floor plan to promote cross-functional collaboration. 
  • Take Ownership - Be an owner of the company you’re building with our equity packages. 
  • Appreciate the Difference - VTS embraces and celebrates diversity. We understand the importance of a strong work-life balance. We offer a flexible PTO policy, generous family leave program, and more!
 
ABOUT VTS

VTS is the commercial real estate industry’s only technology company that unifies owners, operators, brokers, and tenants in a single platform to capitalize on opportunities revealed in every square foot of their properties. In 2013, VTS revolutionized the commercial real estate industry’s leasing operations with what is now VTS Lease. Today, the VTS Platform is the largest first-party data source in the industry, transforming how strategic decisions are made and executed by CRE professionals across the globe.

With the VTS Platform, consisting of VTS Lease, VTS Market, VTS Activate, and VTS Data, every business stakeholder in commercial real estate is given real-time market information and workflow tools to do their job with unparalleled speed and intelligence. VTS is the global leader, with more than 60% of Class A office space in the U.S., and 12 billion square feet of office, retail, and industrial space is managed through our platform worldwide. VTS’ user base includes over 45,000 CRE professionals and industry-leading customers such as Blackstone, Brookfield Properties, LaSalle Investment Management, Hines, BXP, Oxford Properties, JLL, and CBRE. To learn more about VTS, and to see our open roles, visit www.vts.com.

VTS maintains offices in New York City, London, Toronto, Chicago, and San Francisco.

To learn more about VTS and to see our open roles, visit us at vts.com or follow us on Instagram (@WeAreVTS), Twitter (@WeAreVTS), or LinkedIn.

EEO Guidelines
VTS embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
 
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. For more information about what we collect and how we use it, please refer to the Candidate Privacy Statement. 
 
If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please let us know at ta@vts.com

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