If you’re a talented writer with an interest in brand strategy, we want to hear from you.

Location: Soho, London (in office Tuesdays and Thursdays)

Salary: based on experience

Level: junior, midweight

Type: full time

Applications close: Friday 28th April, 5pm


What we do

Wherever words meet brands, we’re there:

Tone of voice, messaging, naming, brand strategy, OOH, training, UX, content design, packaging, films, websites, social, internal comms, white papers, fundraising, brochures, digital campaigns…

Smart, creative, and effective writing for exciting clients in every sector, from Bang & Olufsen to Byron Burger to the Barbican Centre. 


What you’ll do

We’re looking for good all-rounders. People who are as comfortable writing taglines as they are corporate brochures.

We’re a lean team, where writers run their projects day-to-day. That means you’ll be dealing directly with clients, scoping out briefs, managing your time, and making sure your projects stay on track. More junior writers don’t necessarily need to have done all of this before, but we need to be confident you can grow into it.

We have all-team days in our office in Soho two days a week – Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Why us?

This is a chance to work in an environment where words are king, side by side with other writers who will challenge you and help you develop your skills. You’ll work primarily with our team in London, but also with our writers in Manchester and New York.



The creative sector needs to become more diverse, fast. And it’s on all of us to do our part.

We’re particularly keen to hear from writers whose backgrounds are underrepresented in our industry. We’re actively working with organisations who are tackling this problem, to get this ad in front of more people and make our recruitment pool as diverse as possible.


How to apply

Email your CV, some examples of your work, and your expected salary to london@reedwords.com by Friday, 28th April at 5pm. We’re particularly interested to see a range of work from different sectors.