Wednesday, October 03, 2007

One Serious Job - The Other Not So Much

Ok, I have two this week. The first one appears to be a legitimate gig:

Do You Write about Security Issues? (Comp: Per word, for words used. We need minimum 1,500-2,000 words per issue) (Northern Virginia) : Security Analysis and Risk Management Association (SARMA) is a growing non-profit association based in Virginia. We are seeking freelance writers for our bimonthly online newsletter on an ongoing basis, paying competitive rates. We will be needing writers who specialize in terrorism and homeland security issues, and would prefer those who have some familiarity with commonly accepted risk management principles and approaches (i.e., those relating to threat analysis, vulnerability analysis, mitigation, etc). Please respond directly to this ad (do not send an email to SARMA at this stage) with pertinent information about your background and qualifications. Also attach copies of, or links to, two or three of your published writing samples. Meanwhile, please check out our website at

The next one? Well, sounds like they are looking for the next Ann Coulter.

Writer/Editor with Split Personality We seek a writer/editor to work with us on our business and humor websites. Warning: Humor site satirizes politics and Hillary and the Left Wing (including GW) are our favorite targets. If you are Liberal, overly sensitive or too well-mannered this may not be a good gig for you. Aside from a mean-spirited and zany sense of humor, you must be an accomplished writer and editor with a serious side. (We said we're looking for a split personality.) This is an independent contractor 1099 gig. You must be able to attend meetings from time to time at our Carlsbad office.


Blogger Irreverent Freelancer said...

Tag, you're it! See details here:

9:18 AM CDT  
Blogger Mary Rupert said...

Just had to note that the only thing "sarma" means to me is an ethnic stuffed cabbage roll dish. Ask me for the recipe!

11:32 PM CDT  

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