Location Fort Meade, MD
Deadline October 28, 2008. Employing Agency: Office of the Secretary of the Army. In this position you will serve as Editor, for the U.S. Army Audit Agency (USAAA). You will serve as an authority on written materials, as well as principal advisor on editorial matters and writing policy. In this capacity you will be responsible for final editorial review on Agency reports, responsible for making sure complex technical subject matter and abstract concepts and ideas are presented in clear and unambiguous terms to reduce the possibility of unfavorable command reaction, media attention, and public reaction.
Location Fort Polk, LA
Deadline October 22, 2008. Writes/edits news, sports, feature and editorial articles. Proofs pages, working with contract publisher’s personnel to ensure design and layout meets editor’s policies. Assignment requires the development, analysis, and selection of appropriate information and presentation of the information in a form and at a level suitable for the intended audience. Writes/edits news, sports, feature and editorial articles which convey information involving objective and factual data, or uncomplicated descriptions of operations requiring basic principles, concepts and methodology of writing or editing occupation. Civilian position with the Army.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST
Deadline October 21, 2008. Civilian position with the Army. Conducts the U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan Command Information Program. Acts as the editor of the Seoul section of the Morning Calm Weekly newspaper and USAG-Yongsan web site. Plans, coordinates, and implements command information programs to support the USAG-Yongsan leadership and to give voice to command issues. Produces print products of various types to effectively disseminate command messages and meet audiences’ needs. Writes for command publications internal and external to USAG-Yongsan.
Description: Writer / Interviewer in the Atlanta area needed to cover participants in the Screenwriting Championships 2008 on nycmidnight.com. We are looking to track and publish participating writers experiences throughout the world. We need someone to conduct brief interviews with local writers, take digital pictures of the writers, and to provide us with a short, enticing and well crafted story (approximately 1,000 words). Please send a brief paragraph on why you feel you are right for this job and provide links to any relevant writing samples.
We will pay a small stipend for the story, as well as any travel or production expenses. You will receive writing credits for all of your stories and exposure through our website and newsletters. All other details of the job will be forwarded later. Thanks!
About the Screenwriting Championships: Writers are challenged to create screenplays 5 pages or less based on a genre, location and object assignment and accumulate points based on their placement in each round of the competition. Every writer competes in at least 2 challenges, and writers can compete in as many as 4 challenges based on their placement in each round.
To learn more, visit http://www.nycmidnight.com/2008/ScCH/ScreenwritingChampionships.htm