This post is a bit of an experiment. I thought it might be useful to provide a regular round up of writing or writing related jobs that come to my attention This is the first week and all the jobs I’ve found are not only in England, but in south east England – sorry about that – but I would like to reflect the international readership of this blog in future. And I’d love to know if you think a job section is helpful.
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Buckinghamshire is looking for a Freelance Poet to deliver an activity as part of Roald Dahl Day on 17th September 2016.
The poet will need to plan, resource and deliver an activity that will work with the public to develop a poem during the course of Roald Dahl Day to celebrate the writer and his work. It is important that the poem is collaborative, able to be completed on Roald Dahl Day and that a range of visitors are able to participate in a meaningful and exciting way.
HOW TO APPLY: Contact Natalie Wallace, Learning Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org for a full brief and details of how to apply.
DEADLINE July 11th
LondonExhibitions.co.uk is looking for three talented writers based in London to preview and review art or cultural exhibitions in London, and write articles for our magazine, featuring artists, museums, cultural events …
Pay: £25-50 per review/article
HOW TO APPLY: Submit your resume, a short letter outlining your experience and suitability for the role, and provide links to three published articles. Contact Emily email@example.com
DEADLINE September 1st
CONTENT WRITER (full time)
The National Foundation for Youth Music in London are advertising a new post in their Youth Music’s Development team to write engaging copy highlighting the work of projects funded by Youth Music, explaining the personal, social and musical impact for young people experiencing challenging circumstances (including poverty, disability and mental health issues).
The successful applicant will be writing content – including case studies and features – for website and newsletters, and help to produce fundraising and marketing materials.
Salary: up to £28,000 per year (fixed-term position until 31 March 2018) with 8% non-contributory employer contribution