Hello! I own and run a digital and content agency that is based in Atlanta, USA.
We have a new publishing brand in the meat / charcuterie industry.
Think content about cuts of meat, finding high quality charcuterie, how to smoke venison, etc. There will be *no* recipe content.
You MUST have some experience working directly & professionally with meat and meat products plus a curious mind and taste for fine foods. The ideal writer will have worked in a boutique charcuterie, butcher, local farmer's market stand, or grocery store or majored in meat science or some relevant field.
Most of the work will involve: Writing how-to guides, topic explainers, product round-ups, product reviews, and beginner guides.
Budget: $60 for each 1000 word post ($0.06/word). Initial contract is for 4 posts per month for 6 months. Contract renewable at up to 8+ posts per month.
Specifics about the Position:
- We're looking for an initial 6 month contract with 1+ years of renewals available.
- All work will be done directly in a WordPress editor & Google Sheet.
- Work remotely with very loose deadlines.
- Email-based communication only; no calls. We are very adept at remote work w/ screencasts, Loom videos, and well-defined processes.
- Flexible: we respect your schedule and your work capacity.
- Payment via PayPal w/ no fees at end of the month with small bonuses available.
- You must have direct experience in a meat & meat products related workplace such as butcher, deli, or grocery store, etc.
- You must understand & work with a specific tone of voice & angle.
- Stable internet access, Google Sheets, and some familiarity with WordPress.
- Proper grammar and spelling is mandatory. Must be able to incorporate cultural references & idioms for US-based audience.
- Can use your own research to create valuable, informative content that flows well. Be familiar with Google Scholar and quickly finding highly authoritative sources.
- Willingness to follow a specific writing workflow.
- An understanding of how to speak to your audience properly.
- Must be able to work without firm deadlines and a 'hands-off' management style.
- Native or highly fluent English speakers only due to the need for local cultural references & regional US idioms.