Freelance editors

Freelance editors

WG Content is expanding our freelance editing team. Please apply if you’re looking for rewarding work (from home) with a fun, savvy team. You can bring — and enrich — your expertise by working with some of the most respected health systems and academic medical centers, along with other industries. Editing associates contribute to a variety of writing assignments and projects, including web content and print collateral. This virtual position requires demonstrated healthcare editing experience, responsive communication skills and attention to detail. 

About us:

WG Content is a woman-owned, 100% remote company fully dedicated to healthcare content since 2000. We create clear, actionable content for healthcare systems and academic medical centers across the country — and other businesses that serve and support healthcare. We build relationships one word at a time, and help our clients do the same. If you’re looking for a culture that values being empowered, kind, curious and fun, come see what it’s like to thrive at WG Content.


  • Edit content for WG Content clients, including web content, print content and other writing assignments. 
  • Work to tight deadlines, both internally for WG Content and externally for clients. 
  • Edit a variety of assignments.  
  • Exercise self-discipline and time management to organize editing in conjunction with other work assignments. 
  • Deliver constructive feedback in an appropriate manner. 
  • Edit content per the WG Content Content Quality Standards:
    • Meets the client’s project objectives as outlined in the client-approved scope and estimate, the WG Content work order and as communicated by the project manager. 
    • Is logical and flows in an organized manner, and is divided into appropriate paragraphs, headers and subheads. Content is broken into readable chunks, using bulleted lists where appropriate for scanability. 
    • Is fully developed and well-written, using appropriate source material and credible resources. For Web content, writing includes appropriate meta tag information, linking information and other directions to client programmers (webification).  
    • Is appropriate for the target audience. 
    • Reflects the appropriate style per the client’s direction. 
    • Appropriately uses the client-supplied style guide or Associated Press Stylebook (if no style guide is recommended, writer uses the WG Style Guide). 
    • Uses the appropriate point of view per the client’s direction. 
    • Includes all client-specific direction and follows client-formatting guidelines and CMS guidelines as indicated by client. 
    • Reflects the appropriate voice and tone per the client’s direction.  
    • Includes appropriate vocabulary and variations in the type and structure
    • of sentences. 
    • Avoids use of passive voice whenever possible. 
    • Self-edits and checks against the client’s style guide or AP Stylebook so edits
    • are error-free. 
    • Uses appropriate grammar, spelling, paragraphing, punctuation, active voice, sentence length/structure and parallel construction.  
    • Reflects the readability (grade) level that the client has requested. 


  • Meets deadlines on time, every time. 
  • Has the discipline to work in a virtual environment. 
  • Must have initiative to work independently, but willing to collaborate with a team. 
  • Has healthcare experience. 
  • Based in the United States. 

WG Content is all about opportunity

“The work itself is always interesting and varied. What makes WG Content unique to me, though, is its kind, supportive, collaborative culture. I have never felt more at home within an organization.

Whitney Palmer

WG Content Associate