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Freelance Reporter

• 3+ years experience as an online news reporter

• Superior editing and writing skills

• Advanced knowledge of content management systems

• Compose 1 to 2 original news posts a day

• Ability to pitch relevant and trending news from credible sources

• Availability in early morning hours, eastern standard time

• Write articles that engage readers and encourage them to share content

• Write engaging and clickable headlines and craft content to go viral

• Expertise with image editing software

• Utilize best practices for SEO

• Must have an acute attention to detail

• Work efficiently during deadline situations

• Exhibit enthusiasm, flexibility and a positive attitude

To apply, email cover letter, resume and three references to jobs@ecowatch.com with the subject line APPLY FREELANCE REPORTER.


If you are interested in an internship, please email bautista@ecowatch.com.

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