At Spork, we hate meetings and love the freedom to work flexibly. We strive for work-life balance. We like a challenge. We enjoy doing the impossible. We thrive under pressure. We try very hard to encourage innovation, creativity, and accomplishment. Oh, and we really hate meetings.
Here’s why you might like working with us:
Our clients are national parts and accessory retailers and manufacturers. We work with a wide gamut of clients on their online marketing efforts – OEM, aftermarket, restoration, performance, truck and off-road – to name a few. “Online Marketing” is ever evolving and we’re always on the look out for talented people to join us.
Are you an experienced blogger? Are you interested in writing automotive content? If so, come work with us. We’re looking for a part-time writer who can meet deadlines, follow instructions, and who has pride in their work. Automotive writing experience is required.
Here’s what we need:
The rate is based on the level of quality of your work and your experience. Additionally, we’re open to paying an hourly rate rather than a per piece rate if that works out better. Sometimes, with research-intensive work, an hourly rate is a better deal for writers…we’re flexible and want our writers to be fairly compensated.
Finally, we provide our writers with considerable details and information when we assign work, and we are available to answer questions before you begin. In fact, if you start each article by writing an outline, and then submitting that outline for review, you’ll all but eliminate rewrites and streamline your research time considerably.
Our short and simple application is here. Just fill it out, and if we’re interested we’ll contact you.
We occasionally need help wrangling our sporks, as they can get unruly and aggressive from time to time.
The ideal candidate will have experience managing sporks or other utensils (knife experience is a plus). Compensation is commensurate with experience.
You know what to do.
If you read this, you either work for Spork or you’re on your way. The best piece of advice we can give here is to put “Experienced Spork Charmer” on your resume or in your reply to our initial contact email. That shows you’re paying attention and doing your research, and we like that very much.