Website and Magazine Journalist
graduate job

Website and Magazine Journalist

Employer
AIESEC UK Ltd
Salary
850 EURO per month
Location
Netherlands
Time left to apply
1 day to apply on Prospects

Job description

Your function includes writing articles on a daily basis for the Atuna.com news site and writing deeper feature articles for the Atuna magazine. You will also interview key industry players, get involved in the design of magazine articles, and you get the opportunity to develop you own ideas and article topics regarding the Tuna business. You will work full-time in a small international office environment. You sit close to senior members of staff, so asking questions/getting feedback is easy.

Main activities:

  • Writing daily in-depth news articles for Atuna.com in English
  • Writing in-depth articles for the Atuna magazine in English
  • Interviewing people in the industry
  • Proof-reading the work of colleagues
  • Analysing statistics and market data for interesting trends
  • Taking notes/minutes during team meetings and feeding those back to the team
  • Publishing articles on Atuna.com in the publication system
  • Other administration tasks might be included
  • Creating design ideas for own magazine articles and discussing them with the team

Company information

Organisation:

Atuna Media
Oosterhout
The Netherlands

Person requirements

Qualifications and experience requirements

  • Bachelors degree in: media, communication and journalism or related studies
  • Skills required: content creation, Windows PC usage, internet usage
  • Languages: English

Accepted degree subjects

media studies and publishing

Salary

850 EURO per month

Location

Netherlands

Oosterhout

Contract and working hours

Fixed term · Full-time

How to apply

Number of vacancies: One

Closing date: 24/04/2018

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 24/04/2018

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