In spite of this job ad being shameless sign-up bait for ProductionHub.com, it does sound pretty tasty for the right applicant. Brandstar Entertainment needs a writer who can work on a high-level television program to be aired on the Lifetime network. Got television writing experience? This is for you, especially if you already live near Pompano Beach, FL.
Krop.com advertises a gig for a writer for VSA Partners–they seek someone who can do client communication writing–but this job is not about writing ad copy.
A Humble, Texas company seeks a telecommute copywriter. E-commerce, online or print catalog experience preferred. To apply, send samples, links to published work and a link to your online resume to email@example.com.
JournalismJobs.com is running this finance writing gig for TheStreet.com. You’ll be working for one of their subscription sites, and previous experience writing about TheStreet-relevant topics is required.
Another finance writing gig comes via Helen Akullian Associates, who have a client in need of a finance writer with six or more years of experience writing on topics relevant to fixed-income audiences. If you have to ask what that means, you’re wrong for the gig…sorry!
And finally, ProBlogger is running this job opening for a technology blogger. If you can write about printers and have 10 hours or so per week to dedicate to research and writing, drop them a line.