Our growing marketing firm currently has a client within the manufacturing industry, and we are in the process of shortlisting 2 part-time remote writers for permanent positions to help maximize quality web content and digital resources.
At this time, candidates must be based within the United States for permanent employment. This is a telecommute/remote/permanent position. A background check will be conducted before hiring.
The Part-time Writer's daily tasks and flexible schedule consists of:
Writing web content, blog posts, and short articles for the weekly newsletter;
Occasional editing and revision duties of dated material.
What We're Definitely Looking For:
Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Marketing, Business, or some college coursework relevant to the job tasks;
Clean background check (no felonies or warrants);
At least 1 year of solid writing experience;
Excellent proofreading abilities (error-free content);
Ability to work remotely, Monday - Friday (20 hours weekly);
Meet reasonable deadlines for newsletter article posts.
Work within the U.S. (no sponsorship available at this time).
Highly Preferred Candidates have:
Manufacturing/Industrial experience or background (preferred but not a requirement);
Knowledge of various production and engineering markets;
3 years of proven writing experience within the manufacturing industry;
PC or laptop with up-to-date Windows or Mac OS;
Experience with meta tags, meta descriptions, and SEO;
$15 per hour / 20 hour work week;
$100 monthly stipend to support a portion of Internet/Phone expenses;
**Medical/dental coverage for full-time writers only.
**Opportunities to become full-time after 3-month probationary period are available. Full-time employee are required to attend a two-week paid training program (online).
If you qualify for this position and would like to show your interest in being shortlisted, please complete our online webform to be considered for review.
When submitting samples, please be sure to proofread and check you your content (and application) for grammar issues.