• Jobs at EdenFrost

    Hey, content creative, linguist, or other type of lover of the on-screen word. We’re EdenFrost. A trusted team of editors who care about their craft, communicators who care about clarity, readers who care about voices. And we’re hiring! Pull up a chair.

     

    Call us storytellers, a words agency, data-driven marketing experts or creative perfectionists. Just don’t call us conventional.

     

    Exceptional copywriting and editing is at the core of our work – if you love a debate about the Oxford comma or how to backbend around Google algorithms – you’re in good company with our company.

     

    Browse our current openings or send us an open application. We're always happy to meet talented people.

  • What's it like to work at EdenFrost?

    The EdenFrost team is a collection of genuine, talented, friendly people. It’s a compliment that we often hear from our clients and from newbies who’ve just joined us.

     

    We’re from all over the globe: Newcastle to Ottawa, the US to New Zealand, South Africa to the Netherlands. We are native English writers, and we were raised on stories. We are curious, creative, open-minded, and always adapting to new ways of communicating. And we know that what doesn’t change - what hasn’t changed in a thousand years - is the power of stories.

     

    If you want to be part of a team where humour is dry, music tastes are eclectic, content is everything, parties are themed, talent is trusted, animals are friends and good coffee is paramount, then this might just be the right place for you.

     

    Work remotely, stay connected

     

    We know that freedom and flexibility helps creatives to create. We also get together on the regular to collaborate and celebrate, and we’ll set you up with everything you need for your home office.

     

    We invest in you


    Want to learn a language or try a new skill? Your personal development budget can be used for courses (even if they’re not strictly work-related), fitness and wellness, event tickets and something every writer needs stacks of: books.

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