Blog : The Green Alliance seeks a Freelance Writer!

By Sam | Jul 23, 2014 | in

Did you know that the Green Alliance has a Green Jobs Board? Keep up with who's hiring in the seacoast and feel good about the work you do!

Sometimes we list jobs on the Green Jobs Board, too. This one is for a freelance writer. Click through to read the job description!

As Freelance Writer for the Green Alliance, you’ll be responsible for generating compelling, accurate, and engaging copy (typically between 600-1500 words) for a variety of outlets, including online blogs, newsletters, newspapers, and magazines.

We do not write press releases; we produce publish-ready news-style stories that mimic in both quality and approach the style and focus of the publications themselves. A background in journalism or a related field is preferred.


We are looking for an outgoing, energetic, and optimistic individual who works well independently. The ideal candidate understands the realities of working for a growing small business powered by a little budget and a whole lot of entrepreneurial spirit.

Strong writing skills and the ability to complete stories in a timely fashion are a must. Specifically, we’re looking for writers who know how to strike the delicate balance between journalistic standards of accuracy, engaging storytelling, and Business Partner promotion. A passion for the environment and social responsibility and an interest in business, is a must. While the Green Alliance's mission and work are pretty unique, we do prefer candidates with experience suited to the following duties:

• Feels comfortable interviewing and engaging in constructive conversation
• Has a good sense of humor
• Works to complete stories quickly and effectively, without sacrificing quality
• Understands basic journalistic standards
• Writes creatively for print and online applications, in a way that gets noticed
• Is knowledgeable about sustainability and business

Ready to take on the challenges of becoming a Green Alliance Freelance Writer?

Apply now through Jobscore.