Deliveroo is hiring a

Senior Copywriter

London, United Kingdom

Deliveroo’s on a mission to transform the way the world thinks about takeaway.

The company was founded in 2013 because co-founder, Will Shu, was fed up with London’s poor quality and slow food delivery options. Will then brought technology together with the nation’s best-loved restaurants to get high-quality restaurant food to customers fast. In an average of 30 minutes, Deliveroo’s ‘Roomen and women’ - self-employed cyclists and motorcyclists - bring the likes of Busaba Eathai, Carluccio’s, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, and MEATliquor to customers’ homes and offices.

Deliveroo is great for everyone: customers get high-quality food delivered to them quickly, restaurants that don’t typically offer takeaway can increase revenues by 30% or more, and Roomen and women enjoy flexible, well-paid work.

It's little wonder it’s proved so popular. Now in over 100 cities across the world and armed with $475m worth of investment from the likes of Index Ventures and Accel, Deliveroo is growing at phenomenal speed.

We're looking for an ambitious and talented copywriter to join our team and help us transform the way we communicate across all our products.

As a senior copywriter, you will:

  • Be responsible for tone of voice and copywriting across all our products on a UI and UX level
  • Work with researchers, designers, product managers our content and marketing teams in creating and applying a strong and consistent tone of voice to our products
  • Craft compelling, easy to understand and concise content for all our products, from our consumer products to our restaurant and rider apps
  • Collaborate with our researchers, designers and product managers to create a framework and process for continuously improving and testing new content on our products
  • Work closely with our designers to put great copy at the heart of our design process
  • Engage with transcreation agencies and other copywriters to audit and improve our user interface copy across all our international markets