Written Content Specialist

3 weeks ago
Requisition ID
Job Location(s)
Bloomington IN United States
Position Type
Full Time
Cook Medical Inc.


The Written Content Specialist at Cook Medical creates and maintains written content for Cook’s internal and external communications and works with designers to develop attention-getting, user-friendly materials to inform, inspire, and engage employees and customers.


• Write/edit content for internal and external communications material
• Collaborate and brainstorm with team: designers, writers, managers
• Help customers identify the goal of communication and key points in order to write concise copy consistent with the brand voice
• Research topics in order to communicate information clearly to audiences with various levels of knowledge
• Proactively seek out subject matter experts and information to improve the quality of the material
• Maintain version control of copy files and use project management tools to document progress, changes, and approvals of projects
• Manage deadlines and priorities for multiple projects simultaneously
• Develop relationships and obtain buy-in from key stakeholders
• Use Cook tone and voice, follow Cook editorial style guide, and maintain consistency in communications across channels
• Maintain awareness of current trends and skills relevant to the role


• Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, or a writing-related field
• 2-4 years of professional writing experience in communications
• Familiarity with standard Microsoft Office tools
• Ability to handle competing and tight deadlines using great organizational skills

• Strong editing, writing, and grammatical skills
• Understanding of channels to communicate to diverse audiences
• Ability to translate complex ideas into clear, concise copy using the language of the audience
• Experience communicating/marketing in a regulated industry is preferred



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