|Date Posted||September 21, 2021|
|Industry||Magazines / Publishing, Digital Media|
|Required Education||Bachelor's Degree|
The National Interest, a Washington-based magazine that focuses on international affairs, foreign policy, and politics, is searching for a writer specializing in national security, military hardware, and defense issues. This is a full-time, freelance position.
The best part: You can work from home--no need to ever come to an office!
The right candidate will file pieces remotely Monday through Friday.
We are looking for an individual who can write three to five short posts per day about important military and defense issues.
Each article would be 400–650 words in length.
This position requires the following skills:
• At least one year of experience writing for a publication. Ideal candidates will be able to demonstrate proficiency in writing multiple stories per day as assigned on a tight deadline.
• A keen interest and understanding of the following topics (note: these are just an example): U.S. military hardware, Russian military hardware, NATO military hardware, stealth fighter technology, and Chinese military hardware and strategy.
• Familiarity with the industries and companies that produce various military weapons.
• Successful candidates must have the ability to write clearly, intelligently, and thoughtfully on short deadlines.
• A bachelor’s degree.
• The ability to cover breaking news at odd hours if needed. While this is very rare, it does happen.
All applications must submit the following: cover letter, résumé/CV, four examples of your published work of at least five hundred words in length. Please email email@example.com.
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