||May 03, 2018
||Telecommute, United States
Newsweek seeks a science writer who can cover a wide variety of
topics, including NASA, technology and innovation. Candidates should
have at least two years of experience writing about science for the
Internet. The candidate works remotely from anywhere in the U.S. and
reports to editors in New York.
This writer will write and report several stories a day on the latest
discoveries and innovations, whether related to AI, space, natural
sciences, health and other relevant areas. Expertise with digital
media is preferred. Candidate must be a story idea machine and have a
knack for multitasking between breaking news and writing longer
stories. Good writing, a devotion to journalism ethics and standards,
and time management skills are also crucial.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and three
clips to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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