Another interesting job for a writer (though this isn't a paying job) is someone who works for a paranormal society. What would that job description read like? Read on to find out.
Our team is currently seeking one or more individuals who have a passionate interest or background in historical & genealogical research. Those wishing to express interest in this position are required to have access to historical archives, libraries, as well as an in-depth knowledge of Atlantic Canadian History & Culture. If selected, applicants will have the option of helping with field research; however, this is not a requirement of the position. Those interested in the position are expected to have read and understood our mission statement and related information, most of which can be found here: http://www.maritimeparanormal.ca/about-2/. As well, applicants should be aware that we are a not-for-profit organization; all members contribute on a volunteer basis and there is no monetary compensation for this position. Successful applicants will be expected to demonstrate strong critical thinking skills, historical accuracy, objectivity, as well as a professional demeanor. Bilingualism is considered an asset but is not required. Duties:via Maritime Paranormal™ ~ East Coast Canada ~ | Nova Scotia | New Brunswick | PEI |.
If you have previously contacted us about becoming a member of our team, your application is still on file and will be considered. Please feel free to send another email if you’d like to add any information that specifically relates to the above position. Please forward all applications to: email@example.com Thanks for your interest!
- Researching & preparing information pertaining to land records or deeds
- Researching & preparing information pertaining to historical events
- Researching & preparing obscure, forgotten, or “dark” history
- Genealogical Research
- Cold calling historians, archives, and museums
- Compiling paranormal claims, stories, and folklore
- Producing related content for our website