Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. But now, it’s back to work. And here’s the first creative and freelance jobs list of 2019.
If you’re a regular, you’ll notice something different about this list– full access is no longer free.
Yep, that time has come to grease the machine folks.
So, each week, I’ll provide several public access jobs for everyone.
The full list will be available to supporters for $2. And those who take advantage of only the public access jobs can, and are encouraged, to donate.
I appreciate ya all. And now, here’s your list…
iHeartMedia is looking for someone to prepare and broadcast news coverage, which includes writing, editing and voice roles.
You’ll need to conduct research and interviews and monitor wires and social media. You’ll need to repackage content from producers and field reporters.
And you may also need to create content for websites, blogs and social media platforms.
You need a bachelor degree and 3 years on-air journalism experience in a small market or for a college station. This job also requires you to be proficient in Microsoft Office and social networking platforms.
Luxury Marketing/Branding Writers
RevenueZen needs freelance writers who can write 700 to 1000-word articles within a week of accepting their assignments.
The role requires you to have a solid understanding of luxury marketing and branding and to create high-quality relevant content while adhering to a voice and editorial guidelines that suit the client.
The company is looking for writers interested in working on an on-going basis. Pay is bi-monthly.
Health & Fitness Writers
Fitt has freelance writing jobs for individuals who are passionate about fitness. You’ll provide local coverage of the fitness scene in one of over 25 cities.
This role includes writing guides, feature articles and news stories as well as keeping up with fitness events. You must able to craft sharable, attention-grabbing headlines and be able to access email throughout the day.
You need 1 – 2 years of experience in journalism, communications or web content creation and must be proficient in Google Docs. You also have to live in the city you plan to cover.
360 Quote has long-term freelance writing jobs for individuals who can create in-depth car insurance articles on a weekly basis. You need research skills.
Work generally requires 15 – 20 hours a week and pays $12 to $15/hour.
Food Writer / Photographer (San Francisco)
Terramino Foods has a contract position for someone who can write articles and recipes as well as photograph food and events.
You’ll need to interview and talk to people in the industry. You’ll also need to help develop a business and marketing strategy.
You need food writing, photography and photo editing experience.
This role could become permanent.
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Writing & Editing Jobs + 1 full-time photography job and 1 animator/GFX job.