A greener life, a greener world is looking for an Editorial Assistant to help shape and manage our growing volume of content of environmental news, with a focus on energy and climate change. This is an unpaid voluntary position in which you would be given ample opportunity to showcase your editorial and writing talent on our expanding site.
Main responsibilities include:
Support the Editor with researching ideas for features and content
Assisting with the planning and scheduling of blogs
Writing and editing own blogs
Proofreading and checking the accuracy of blogs
Compiling and sending out newsletter
Assisting with social media
In return we will offer you a full profile on our site, input into the direction of the blog and the opportunity to submit feature ideas and articles, as long as they meet our content and submission guidelines.
This position would suit a journalism / media studies student or recent graduate with a keen interest in environmental issues. You will be able to work remotely and / or from home. Please apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with an outline of why the position interests you. Deadline is rolling, but we are looking to fill the position as soon as possible.
Guest bloggers / contributors
We’re looking to expand our network of contributors, in particular from or with specialist environmental knowledge of China, India, Africa and rest of the developing world. Closer to home, we’re interested in the EU (excluding UK and Ireland), Russia and Ukraine. These are our our priority areas but we’d of course love to hear from anyone else who is passionate about environmental blogging.
Guest bloggers and contributors retain full copyright of their content at all times and decide how often they would like to contribute; we’d discus with you the specific parameters and schedule in your first editorial meeting on Skype or Google Hangout. We’d like you to have some previous writing experience.
Guest bloggers and contributors are unpaid, but you will be part of the growth of this popular green blog and there may be paid work in future. If interested contact us on email@example.com and tell us about yourself and why you’re interested.
We’re looking for a voluntary web developer to help ‘A greener life, a greener world’ take its next steps, with new layouts and aps. The role would suit a new web developer graduate, who is passionate about the environment and looking for some experience, and can be based anywhere. Work planning meetings would take place via Skype or Google Hangouts.
The Web Developer position is unpaid, but you will be part of the growth of this popular green blog and there may be paid work in the future. If interested contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about yourself and why you’re interested.