Original content needed for popular, established job board and career information library.
JobMonkey.com launched in 1999. It features a job board as well as ‘content sections’ specific to a
variety of industries and employment categories. We are seeking a freelance writer to develop useful,
original content pertaining to LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS in the U.S. primarily.
WRITING PROJECT SCOPE
• 25-35 pages of material relating to the topic.
• Material will provide a general overview of the industry and jobs within the industry. Preference is
for writer to provide a solid outline with input from us. Will include overview of law enforcement, its
different branches including police, prisons – federal and local law enforcement. Plus, solid
information pertaining to training requirements, police academies, etc. There’s a shortage of trained
• Would like material to include at least 2 Q&As with people who are experts on the topic. It’s usually
not difficult to find people willing to speak about their industry, what it is, and how to break into it.
• Pages, across the board, should average 350 words. Some longer pages are good.
• Best if the writer is somewhat familiar with the topic, but it’s not required…
• Opportunity for additional writing projects if this one goes well.
Please notice how the content in each JobMonkey section is presented.
• Table of Contents Navigation Menu in left column
• Begin with broad overview page introducing topic and speaking to material presented on following
• Each page is essentially its own ‘topic’ with a unique heading
• At bottom of every page is link to the next page, which sets up sequential navigation, topic to topic
• Last page can include links to related resources. Other pages should not include many links.
• 25-35 PAGES (Formatted like a manual: TOC, Intro, Topical Content, Sequential Order/Navigation)
• PAGES SHOULD AVERAGE 325 WORDS
• 6 cents per word
PLEASE SEND RESUME AND AT LEAST TWO WRITING SAMPLES FOR EVALUATION PURPOSES.
Resumes & Correspondence to: [email protected] (Based in Seattle, Wash.)
Include Writing Topic in your email Subject: line please.