Seeking Content Writer For Remote Position

Expires: 3/2/2024
Paying up to $50/project

Content writer needed for a company. Please see more info below.

About the project:
As a Content Writer, you’ll be working directly with the Director of Content Marketing. You’ll play a key role in a variety of mission-critical marketing projects, including their blog. You’ll create compelling content that educates their readers, shares their story and vision, promotes the brand, and makes an impact across digital platforms.

Additional info:
In This Role You Will:
– Produce awesome written content, with a focus on covering important developments in the open source software world. These may include new government regulations related to SBOMs (software bill of materials), open source license compliance lawsuits, software supply chain security trends, and more
– Work cross-functionally: provide copy editing and writing support to key stakeholders across the organization
– Research industry-related topics (combining online sources, interviews, and studies)
Focus Areas and Output: The freelance writer will initially be asked to produce the following types of blog posts:
– Webinar-based blogs
– Summaries of relevant government/industry publications
– Analysis/overviews of relevant new government regulations
– Coverage of breaking news, including zero-day vulnerabilities and other notable developments impacting the open source ecosystem
The freelance writer will be expected to contribute 3-4 blogs a month. This is a part-time contract (10-15 hours per week), remote position. There may eventually be an opportunity for the role to convert to a full-time opportunity.

When applying, please include:
– your resume/LinkedIn
– links to at least 3 published works (or a portfolio with links to at least 3 published works)

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Content Writer
Both genders
All ethnicities
About You: You love writing — and you're good at it. You enjoy the challenge of creating content for a variety of audiences. You meet deadlines and follow through on commitments. You're comfortable with technical subjects. An engineering background isn't required, but some familiarity with open source software and modern development practices is a plus.
Application deadline closed.