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Marketing Writer




Developers are what makes GitHub GitHub. We’re on a mission to give back to our community by using our platform to amplify voices, celebrate achievements, tell stories that matter, and, above all, delight our audience

The Developer Marketing team works hard to give GitHub users a reason to be fans. We try to build relationships across the software community and inspire new developers to start building something great. We are deeply invested in the people who use GitHub, and we’re looking for a talented writer to help us give back.

From weekend hobbies to code that goes to space, the GitHub community is rich in inspiration. We just need someone to be its voice. You’re passionate about stories and you’ve got excellent writing chops—from articles and blog posts to punchy social media copy. You have ideas for content series and social campaigns and the drive to make them happen.


  • Ideate and craft
  • Work with other Hubbers to discover stories that matter to our audience.
  • Contribute to our voice and style guides and help define how GitHub speaks.
  • Write blog posts, guides, landing page copy, and other articles to support the Developer Marketing Team.
  • Build content and series around events, product launches, and emerging themes within the community.
  • Source and edit
  • Work closely with teams to coordinate editorial, illustration, and video activations.
  • Coordinate the creation of platform-specific content with our art, product, and event teams, including text, photo, video, and illustration.
  • Identify the most compelling visuals and copy to accompany content and package those for sharing.
  • Based on trends and timing, identify evergreen content opportunities and reactivate them with our audiences.
  • Publish and share
  • Publish editorial and visual assets for GitHub social channels.
  • Coordinate the content programming schedule to optimise content performance across our channels.
  • Measure and learn
  • Work with our Marketing Operations team to measure content success.
  • Deliver a monthly summary of the results of your efforts.
  • Learn from your findings and adjust your strategies based on data.
  • Build and document
  • Help maintain a cross-team editorial calendar.
  • Create and socialize an internal editorial style guide.


  • A way with words. You love the power of the written word, you derive immense satisfaction from perfecting a sentence, and you’re motivated to teach others how to write clearly and persuasively.
  • Audience empathy. You’re skilled in seeing other perspectives and responding empathetically. You innately understand the audience’s perspective, can clearly represent that perspective in your strategy, and apply those skills in crafting content that lands with targeted audiences.
  • Smart with technology and the web. You know a few tips and tricks when collaborating online.
  • Master of feedback. You’re always trying to be a better writer. You crave constructive criticism, and you’re committed to finding ways to produce the best results possible.
  • Decision maker. You can confidently make and explain a decision. You naturally seek solutions and can deftly moderate conversations about writing.
  • Voracious curiosity. You ask a ton of questions and often stumble upon stories when you do. You follow leads in pursuit of interesting people, impactful projects, and great ideas.
  • You must be legally authorized to work in the United States.


  • Your background is in journalism, creative nonfiction, or content marketing for organizations with large and diverse communities. You should also be interested in tech writing and have an enthusiasm for STEM topics and the open source community.


  • 3+ years of professional experience in writing and/or editorial, whether in creative nonfiction, journalism, publishing, content marketing, or other areas
  • Experience collaborating with designers on visual storytelling
  • Experience with freelance work, remote communications, or working on highly distributed teams
  • Experience working in an engineering/developer-centric culture
  • Experience using GitHub or with the open source community

About GitHub


GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Over twelve million people use GitHub to build amazing things together. With the collaborative features of GitHub.com, our desktop and mobile apps, and GitHub Enterprise, it has never been easier for individuals and teams to write better code, faster.

We have a lot of exciting things to do, and we’re looking for the right people to grow with us!


Working at GitHub is, to put it simply, a special slice of the universe. We’re committed to transparency, collaboration, experimentation, and always staying classy.

Because of this unique perspective, we’ve established one of the most flexible and well designed physical workspaces around that encourages you to work as you work best. Right now, over 60% of our employees are based outside of our San Francisco (SOMA) headquarters and work according to how they get their best stuff done.

Ensuring that GitHubbers are healthy, motivated, focused and creative is how GitHub stays awesome. Part of this is ensuring that our benefits* are out of this world.

In a nutshell, we’ve built and are growing a place where we truly love working, and we think you will too.

GitHub is made up of people with many different backgrounds and lifestyles, and we like it that way. We invite applications from people of all stripes. We don’t discriminate against employees or applicants based on gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, pregnancy status, veteran status, or any other differences that people imagine to discriminate against one another. Also, if you have a disability, please let us know if there’s anything we can do to make the interview process better for you; we’re happy to accommodate.