- Looking for a Freelance writing opportunity In Hiroshima?
- Love to Write and travel?
- Want the freedom to work when you want?
- Don't have any professional experience yet, or looking to extend your portfolio and exposure as a writer?
Then this Freelance Writing opportunity could be for you!
A company based in Hiroshima called Wako is launching a new website next year. They aim to have detailed experience-based information on Hiroshima’s best spots and things to do written by international locals who love to call Hiroshima home.
Pay will be 4yen per word.
Articles are to be 1,000-word minimum. 2,000 words max (aim for the max each time - Longer is better and you get paid more :)
So each article will pay between 4,000yen - 8,000yen
On top of this, your transport will be fully covered (within reason) and you will have up to 2,000yen of your food during the experience covered.
There will be a total of 100 articles Available to be written in the next 4-6 months. It will be a 'first in first served' situation and once the Articles are all written the project will be over so get in quick!
We look forward to hearing from you!
- this is project-based, not ongoing employment.
- We will ask you to send us at least one 500 words (or more) sample of some of your writing, it can be a personal blog, SNS content, etc.
- We have guidelines for writing the articles, that will be shared upon you accepting, that must be followed.
- There will be a trial period (that will be paid at full price.) of 1-3 Articles, If you are not able to follow the guidelines or are not producing a satisfactory level of quality then no more jobs will be offered.
- Once the trial is over you will be able to request any of the remaining Articles and work at your own pace.
- You will be required to declare your own taxes for any jobs paid as a freelance worker
The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.
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