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New paid writing opportunities with AGCAS

05 March 2019

In the first round of writer recruitment for 2019, AGCAS is looking for writers to create nine new Job profiles. These titles, jointly produced with our partners Graduate Prospects, will be available on the Prospects website.

New titles

The nine new titles are:

  • Anatomical pathology technologist
  • Border Force officer
  • Concept artist
  • Costs lawyer
  • External auditor
  • Fire risk assessor
  • Game artist
  • Genetic counsellor
  • Music producer

The new Job profiles will be written from scratch and you will be given detailed writer guidelines to follow, plus an editor to advise you throughout the writing process. The process will include desk-based research and communication with relevant professional bodies and industry professionals.

In addition to the Job profile, you will need to submit a minimum of one case study from a recent graduate working in the profession.

The deadline for completion of the work is Monday 20 May 2019.

Payment for completion of the work to deadline and the required standard is £400.

Why should I write for AGCAS?

Writing for AGCAS gives you the chance to:

  • develop your knowledge and contacts in a particular job or subject area
  • hone your research and writing skills
  • boost your CV and LinkedIn profile
  • enrich the resource pool available to all AGCAS members, as well as a wider HE audience that includes pre-entry students, students and graduates.

How to apply

To apply to write one of the new titles, please email publications@agcas.org.uk with details of:

  • which title you would like to write
  • why you want to write for AGCAS
  • any previous writing experience you have
  • any subject specific knowledge you have
  • case study contacts you could draw on.

The deadline for applications is 5pm Monday 25 March 2019.