We’re looking for an experienced copywriter to join our small but mighty creative agency team.



We help organizations lead with the right information, craft messaging that takes the right tone, and position themselves to make the greatest impact. Increasingly, our core clients market services instead of products, and many of them are nonprofits.


We have built Rocket Camp to counter the high-stress environment of many traditional ad agencies. We put strategy before tactics and we work hard to develop conceptually-driven and effective work, but billable hours are not our priority. We collaborate so we make smart choices, yet we value the restorative power of our time apart. We believe our approach allows us to be more productive with our time and more ambitious with our goals*.


The writer will contribute conceptual development and copywriting for two national nonprofits, one regional organization implementing workforce development programs, and one national public health organization, among others. While not strictly technical in nature, much of the copy we provide to our clients requires a deep understanding of complex issues and the ability to craft a meaningful messaging hierarchy, sometimes for multiple audiences. B2B experience is valuable, but not necessary. 


Our team is transparent, tight-knit, and entrepreneurial. While we each have defined roles and responsibilities, we also all contribute to strategy, planning, and research for both clients and business prospects alike. Candidate must feel comfortable self-starting, bringing new ideas to the table, and being fluid with their contributions to the team. 


This is a full-time/salaried position with optional health benefits and company 401k.

Curious? Send us a quick note and work examples and we'll set up some time to chat. 

*But to be clear, when we return to the office (later in 2021), you will be greeted with many traditional agency staples, including: office dogs, a ping-pong table, and all the free coffee you can drink. They didn’t get everything wrong.