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Aug 14, 2017
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KingdomWorks Studios is Looking for a Freelance Creative Writer for a New Teaching Series

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KingdomWorks Studios is Looking for a Freelance Creative Writer for a New Teaching Series

Job Description:

KingdomWorks Studios is a Christian-based film production company. We have developed DVD teaching series for churches. Our first DVD series, the Conquer Series is a great success, used by churches in over 65 countries. Over 450,000 people have participated in the course. In the next year we will be releasing three new series.

As creative writer you will assist with the script development and completion of a new cinematic teaching series for betrayed wives in the Christian community. This project is the women’s counterpart to our flagship product, the Conquer Series.

We are looking for a writer who possesses the talent and experience in writing fictional screenplays as well as producing off-line edits consisting of large volumes of data.

As a writer, you will collaborate with the Chief Creative Writer, ensuring the quality and content of our scripts are in alignment with the KingdomWorks Studios brand and messaging.

This is a contract-based position where you can work from the convenience of your home.

Responsibilities:

  • Conceive and write short fictional scripts under the direction of the Chief Creative Writer and our creative team.
  • Assist with the production of offline edits for the new series.
  •  Evaluate scripts and off-line edits and provide constructive feedback to internal production partners.
  • Exhibit out-of-the-box thinking and breakthrough creativity.
  • Deliver scripts and all other written materials on time.
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