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Steeler Report Is Looking For Writers

Join our team and cover the Steelers with us!

If you’re reading this, we’re guessing you love the Pittsburgh Steelers and the community we’ve built here at Steeler Report. Here’s your chance to join our team and cover the Steelers with us this season and beyond.

Steeler Report is hiring writers. Keep reading to find out if these roles are a perfect fit for you.

What does the role entail?

The writers will be responsible for writing posts about the Steelers on agreed-upon topics and schedules. We have openings for multiple contributors. We’re looking for writers to contribute original analysis and opinion pieces about the Steelers.

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These are part-time, remote roles compensated on a per-views scale.

What qualifications should you have?

Our best candidates will:

  • Have a passion for the Steelers and will already be familiar with the happenings surrounding the team.
  • Be able to produce and edit clean copy.
  • Be comfortable working in a remote environment.
  • Previous football writing experience is preferred.

How do you apply?

To apply, please submit an application detailing your previous experience in journalism and why you would be a good fit for our network.

Click here to apply.

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If you have questions about this role or the application process, reach out to Alex McMullen, Director of Personnel, at

BFSN and Steeler Report are committed to bringing you coverage of the Steeler Report from a diverse array of voices and perspectives. 

If your qualifications and experience do not perfectly align with everything we’re looking for, but you believe you have the potential to thrive in this role, we encourage you to apply.

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