QualificationsWriting skillsSenior leadershipContent strategyInformation architectureMarketingBachelor’s degree
In-office locations: Mountain View, CA, USA; Palo Alto, CA, USA.
Remote location(s): United States.
Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Communication, Literature, Business, Marketing, a related field, or equivalent practical experience.
2 years of experience in writing, editorial, marketing, UX writing, or related, as well as leading content strategy projects.
Experience on UX-focused product writing and shaping content for multi-disciplinary projects.
Portfolio highlighting UX-focused writing samples and style guidelines.
3 years of experience interacting with executive leadership.
2 years of writing, editorial, marketing, or UX writing experience in an agency setting.
2 years of experience working in a complex, cross-functional technology organization.
Experience developing information architecture for complex documentation sets or product suites, including localization and accessibility best practices.
Knowledge of online technology and related products, including web and mobile UI and tools.
Familiarity with user experience research principles and practices and how to use data to provide informed user insights.
About the job
As a UX writer, you are an advocate for Google design, shaping product experiences by creating useful, meaningful text that helps users complete tasks. You help set the vision for content and drive cohesive product narratives across multiple platforms and touch points. As a stellar writer, your portfolio of work demonstrates content that simplifies and beautifies the overall user experience. You work with people in a variety of UX design-related jobs including researchers, product managers, engineers, marketing and customer operations. Collaborating with each, you strive to establish cohesive language and a unified voice across products and platforms. You regularly use empathy, logic and data to inform content choices and recommendations that include the right words and sometimes complementary data and images.
You use your gift for language to design intuitive, delightful product experiences that help users accomplish their goals. You’re also a content strategist, defining product vision and narratives across multiple platforms and touch points. As a writer, you have a portfolio of work that demonstrates your gift for simplifying and improving user experiences. You will drive guidelines and best practices, manage complex, cross-functional projects, and work with leadership to set goals and implement roadmaps. You provide direction and mentorship to writers and support to peers.
Google Health is a company-wide effort to help billions of people be healthier. We work toward this vision by meeting people in their everyday moments and empowering them to stay healthy and partnering with care teams to provide more accurate, accessible, and equitable care. Our teams are applying our expertise and technology to improve health outcomes globally – with high-quality information and tools to help people manage their health and wellbeing, solutions to transform care delivery, research to catalyze the use of artificial intelligence for the screening and diagnosis of disease, and data and insights to the public health community.
(Colorado only*) Minimum salary range between $118,000 – $127,000 + bonus + equity + benefits.
Use writing and content design skills to create UI text that facilitates user navigation, as well on-boarding, promos, error messages, instructional materials, and other components of the end-to-end user experience.
Drive vision for product language and content across a product or subject-matter domain, and ensure cohesive product narratives; Document your strategies with guidelines, and establish best practices and strategy principles.
Manage projects from needs assessment to implementation; identify opportunities, establish priorities, secure resources, and manage stakeholders.
Collaborate with designers, researchers, legal, marketing, product managers, and engineers; Influence and adapt to stakeholders and their feedback.
Provide leadership, direction, and mentorship to junior UX writers and educate cross-functional partners on the role of UX writing and content strategy throughout the product development process.
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