|Date Posted||September 02, 2021|
|Industry||Digital Media, Technology Sector|
|Required Education||Bachelor's Degree|
Content Writer (Long-Term / Freelance / 20+ hrs per week)
Are you an *experienced journalist/reporter/content writer* who pays extreme attention to detail? Do you enjoy helping others understand complex topics with your stellar writing skills?
If so, you might be a great fit for Centerfield Media!
The right candidate will receive writing projects on a consistent basis with a pay rate of $35/hr.
-2+ years of experience working in a fast-paced newsroom environment (desirable but not required)
-A knowledge and passion for consumer technology (VPNs, routers, modems, internet technology)
-Extremely sharp writing skills and the ability to write in various "voices" (especially conversational voice/tone)
-Bachelor's Degree (preferably in journalism, English, or media communications)
-Ability to write and submit tasks on tight deadlines
-Availability of 20-40 hrs. per week
-Team player who takes feedback well
-Desire to work in digital media
-3-5 writing samples (bonus points if you have a portfolio of works)
Who We Are:
We are Centerfield Media, a leading tech company looking for a passionate journalist/researcher/writer to join our growing roster of exceptional freelancers. We’re creating some of the most engaging content online, and for the right person, this is a chance to come on board during a time of rapid growth and opportunity.
About the Role:
This role involves researching and writing about internet service and technology. Think long-form reviews and how-to guides. This is not a journalism job, but it requires the writing chops and the skillset of a journalist to really shine.
If hired, you’ll be working closely with a dedicated, close-knit team of kind, hardworking individuals who are all working to create one of the best consumer guides available online. Our management style is very “trust and support,” meaning that you should thrive in an environment where the entire team is working to make sure you’re productive, but no one is going to tell you exactly what to do or how to do it.
To start, we want to see a short cover letter, resume, and three writing samples.
If you think you have what it takes, we look forward to hearing from you!