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UX Writer | Content Strategist
San Francisco , CA 94102
Posted 4 months ago
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We are developing prescription software for treating and reversing metabolic diseases, like diabetes and heart disease. We believe software is on the verge of disrupting medicine and becoming the accepted standard of care for treating diseases caused by behaviors. We have validated our software through multiple clinical trials and are beginning to commercialize with private health insurance, while pursuing FDA approval to our first indicated use.
Our founding team has started, led and exited multiple technology companies that have transformed industries and generated billions of dollars in enterprise value. The 17th Surgeon General of the US, Dr. Richard Carmona, serves as an independent board director.
We were founded in 2015; are headquartered in San Francisco, with operations in Boston, MA, and Nashville, TN.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The UX Writer | Content Strategist will help translate complex concepts in medicine, neuroscience, and behavioral psychology into product content that is grounded in scientific evidence, informs and engages patients, and effects behaviors that result in measurable clinical outcomes. Product content includes words, headlines, graphics, interactions, digital tools, animations, and live-action video. Content will be developed by you and our internal team, as well as external agencies that you source and manage. While the assets you create may be repurposed, this is not a content marketing role.
You will work closely with the Head of Health, and Head of Product, as well as UX designers, product managers, and software developers. This full-time position is located in San Francisco, CA.
- You will own and be accountable for every element of content that, when combined with design, drives user experience and clinical outcomes.
- You will play a pivotal role in translating medical concepts into actionable product requirements and content.
- You will ensure that product content is clearly understood by users; is modern, yet consistent with accepted practices in medicine; and is based on sound evidence.
- You will elevate the ability of the team to transform complex into simple, so that information and content becomes product-ready.
- You are an astute communicator, that doesnt need excess words or jargon to make a point.
- You obsess over words, and may have started your career as a journalist or with an undergraduate degree in communications.
- You made your way to healthcare, and have developed a passion for lifestyle medicine, neuroscience, or behavioral psychology. You may also have grown frustrated with existing practices in healthcare, and want to be part of changing it.
- You are deeply familiar with design thinking and approach content creation from a human centered perspective, testing with users early and often.
- Youre fascinated by technology and the way it transforms the way people live and work.
- You know what a growth mindset is, and it embodies the way you live your life. You are always up for a new challenge, not afraid to fail, and insatiably curious.
- You are not intimidated by the fast-paced, dynamic characteristics of startups.
- You have the intellect to grasp complex ideas, a thirst for learning, and the creative drive to tell stories simply, and with impact.
- You are driven by a sense of purpose, and a confidence, competence, and willingness to be accountable.
- You are a critical thinker, but not critical of others.
- You give credit and take responsibility, always defaulting to we over me.
- The opportunity to do purposeful work in an ego-free and collaborative team environment.
- Generous compensation, equity participation, and comprehensive benefits.
- A physically and mentally healthy workplace, and team dynamics.
- A culture infused with passion and purpose, where curiosity is encouraged, conversation is lively, and differing opinions are treated with respect.