Cloudwards.net 2 months ago
Anywhere (100% Remote) · Full Time, Part Time
- 🧨 Staff Pick
- 🗣 Fluent English
- 💪 Flexible Hours
- ⏲️ Part-time to Full-time
- 🗺 Anywhere in the World
- 📅 Applications Close April 11th
Now Hiring: Remote Security Editor
Cloudwards.net is looking to hire an editor with specific experience or expertise concerning VPNs, online security, etc. This is a fully remote and part-time position (around 15-20 hours per week) but with the opportunity to expand in hours as we hire more writers. Although we strongly prefer candidates with professional editing experience, we will also consider writers with a deep knowledge of the topic and provide the necessary editorial training.
About working with Cloudwards:
All Cloudwards.net writers and editors are fully remote freelancers spread around the world. You can set your own hours, as long as you can keep pace with the editorial calendar and meet occasionally via video for editorial meetings (usually once a week). You can work anywhere that has a reliable internet connection.
- Must be fluent or near-fluent in English.
- Must understand some intricacies of online security.
- Must have some professional experience writing or editing articles focused on online security.
- Must have a reliable internet connection.
The Ideal Candidate:
- Able to edit articles to fit desired structure, style, and content.
- Professional experience writing/editing about VPNs, password managers, online security, etc.
- Excited to jump into the nitty-gritty of encryption, VPN security, company privacy policies, etc.
- Experience managing writers, providing feedback on articles.
- Comfortable working with Google Docs, Trello, and some keyword tools.
To apply, please click on the “Apply Now” button and fill out your basic information, plus add a resume, short cover letter, hourly rate, and a few questions about online security.
Security questions you will be asked to answer in your own words:
- What is a VPN and how does a VPN work?
- What VPN protocol would you recommend and why?
- Explain SSL/TSL protocols.
- What are the differences between symmetric and asymmetric encryption?
- What is a salt, and what does it do?
Thank you, and good luck!