Compose.ly is one of Taroko’s newest products, born from a team of entrepreneurs and content marketing experts with a proven track record of building successful SaaS platforms. At Compose.ly, we recognize the power of storytelling, and we believe that every business has a great story to tell. The problem is that many businesses struggle to share theirs in an authentic way that drives results. That’s where Compose.ly comes in.
Who We Are Looking For
We are looking for writers to produce high-quality content on various topics. If you’re interested in writing for Fortune 500 companies in many different industries, then this might be a good role for you.
This is a location-independent (remote) job. Experience with state laws is essential for this role.
As a legal writer, you will be responsible for crafting professional content. You will:
Produce legal content such as blog posts, articles, press releases, and white papers
Take on assignments on an ongoing basis
Ensure that content conforms to SEO best practices
Ensure that content is engaging, accurate, and follows project guidelines
Make requested revisions to content if necessary
Write clear and concise content that communicates legal concepts to general readers
Efficiently organize and track project assignments to meet deadlines
Skills and Qualifications
Only individuals with native English speaking and writing proficiency should apply
Juris Doctorate (JD) from an accredited law school
A degree in English, communications, journalism, or a related discipline is preferred, but not required
1-4+ years of practice experience
Previous legal writing experience
Knowledge of law practice, legal terminology, and jargon
Previous experience with SEO in content creation and knowledge of current SEO best practices
Ability to research and reference state legislation
Excellent writing skills with the ability to write concise and accurate content
Proven ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
Able to work independently with minimal supervision
Able to work under pressure to occasionally meet tight deadlines
Detail-oriented with the ability to quickly research state legislation across multiple areas of the law
Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and able to adapt quickly to changing requirements
Consistently demonstrate accountability for all content produced
We are looking for candidates with experience in one or more of the following areas:
Experience in health care law, with the ability to write content on the “Medical Power of Attorney.”
Experience in business law, with the ability to write content on the legal requirements for forming an LLC.
How to Get Started
If you think you meet the above requirements and are willing to take on these responsibilities, please submit your resume, cover letter, and complete the following grammar test.
Once you complete the grammar test, you’ll be invited to take a writing test.
Due to role specifications and high volume of applications only candidates who are native English speakers from the U.S. or Canada will be considered.