About Workato

Workato is the operating system for today’s fast-moving business, providing a cutting edge, low-code/no code platform that enables users to painlessly create automated workflows across applications and databases. Our platform is highly rated by both Forrester and Gartner in the Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) industry. We are trusted by over 7,000 of the world's top brands such as Box, Grab, Slack, and more.

Why join us?

Workato is pioneering the future of work through intelligent automation. Workato has recently closed a $110M Series D round which will help grow the Workato team worldwide. We’re committed to revolutionizing how integration is done, with investment from the biggest names in SaaS - Salesforce, Workday, and ServiceNow - and experienced leadership from companies like Oracle, Apple, Tableau, Microsoft, Uber and more. Some of the world’s top brands are Workato customers including Slack, Grab, Box, Visa, and Broadcom.

Workato has a positive, diverse, and collaborative culture—we look for people who are curious, inventive, smart, hardworking and work to be a little better every day. Workato has also been recognized amongst the “Top 47 Enterprise Startups to Bet Your Career On in 2020” and the “Hottest 13 Productivity Software Startups to Watch in 2020!” by Business Insider.

Responsibilities

We are looking for a Copywriter. In this role, you will be responsible for:

  • Creating clear and powerful content.

  • This person must be able to weave complex tech language into an inviting and human story.

  • Able to seamlessly spin up strong headlines, find and highlight main messages, and cut away excess language. 

  • You must be self-motivated, able to take ownership of your projects, and be excited to constantly push the boundaries on everything you work on. 

  • This role will require working on integrated campaigns which will require you to easily transition between different mediums. Most importantly, you must bring humanity into your work. It’s important that you’re able to clearly understand your audience and what will excite them.

Requirements

Qualifications / Experience / Technical or Soft Skills

  • Strong strategic ability

  • Ability to ideate and create new trends 

  • Excellent grammar

  • Ability to simplify complex ideas

  • Be a team player and work well with team members

  • Easily communicate brand intention and value.

Must Haves

  • 3+ yrs experience 

  • A strong writing portfolio 

  • Experience in digital, traditional, and experiential 

  • Excellent communication skills

Why Workato?

  • Supportive, collaborative, international team environment that supports remote employees

  • Long-term prospects for a professional career in a high-growth company

  • Flexible work culture

  • Be part of a community-oriented organization with a history of giving back

  • Support for professional development and continuous learning

  • Wellness programs, including fitness challenges and an occasional company day-off to recover from Zoom fatigue

  • Company-sponsored team-bonding activities and team celebrations

  • Employee and customer referral bonuses

All full-time regular employees in the US will also have the following benefits:

  • Workato Stock Options at one of Silicon Valley's fastest growing startups

  • Health benefits: Medical, dental, vision for you and family

  • Pre-tax benefits: Flexible spending account, 401k, commuter benefits

  • Company-paid life insurance and short/long-term disability insurance

  • Employee Assistance program

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