NHE Study Guide Content Writer
About the Study Guide Content Writer Job
A Content Writer is an experienced health/fitness professional who develops specialized content based on research, analysis and professional expertise. (Additional Information)
Develop educational content (known as a 'Project') and/or produce digital media.
Unlike traditional positions, monthly compensation figures for this position can not be evaluated by a standard ratio of dollars per hour. Content development is largely dependent on individual research mechanisms, writing styles and subject complexities. It will be up to each individual writer to establish how many projects he/she can complete per month. A content writer's monthly income would depend on his/her work pace. To view a standard NHE Content Writer Agreement, click here: Sample- Content Writer Agreement
We have 75 Project Category Options. The most popular 15 are listed below.
* Athletic Training
* Boot Camp Fitness
* Exercise Physiology
* Exercise Science
* Fitness Program Development
* Personal Training
* Rehabilitation therapy
* Special Populations
* Sports Injury
* Weight Management
* Wellness Programs
* Study Guides
* Affiliate Programs
This is an independent contractor (free-lance) position, (1099 tax filing).
Dependent on assigned Project.
$300-$800 per Project. Project range: 1500 words-5000 words.
CP (Compensation Packages) for this particular position are not based on sales quotas. There are no commissions, sales percentages, tiers or bonuses associated with this particular job title. Monthly income is based on production and the agreed upon compensation rate per Project.
This job is a commission based, NHE independent contractor position.
For employment consideration, submit an Employment Consideration Request via your employment notification.
NHE is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.