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More Hidden Marketing Jobs: Looking for a Copywriter in North Carolina

Yet another "hidden" marketing job sent from a headhunter. If you're looking for a copywriter job with relocation to NC, read on:

Looking for Copywriter with solid Advertising Agency experience

Location: Rocky Mount, NC or Raleigh, NC

Salary Range: 40,000 - 70,000

Are you a Copywriter with at least 4 years Agency experience? Then read on:

Will relocate the right candidate for the job to beautiful Rocky Mount, NC.

What you'll be doing: Tell our clients’ stories effectively, strategically and creatively. We like to give our clients fresh thinking and surprise them by conveying their message in ways they’ve never dreamed of.

What you'll need: Solid mid-level copy writing experience with 4–6 years of agency experience. Ability to think conceptually, as well as handle multiple, fast-turnaround projects. To be an excellent team player. If you can single-handedly put out fires while wearing track shoes and still manage to keep all the balls in the air, tell us your story, share your resume and a portfolio of work that illustrates the point.

What's in it for you? Competitive Salary - Great Benefits - Exceptional working environment -

If you are ready to join a winning team and take the next step in your career, apply for this copywriter job today.

Or, refer someone else who is looking for a copywriter job and get $1000 referral bonus.

Tell us how you found your "hidden" marketing job.

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