18th Dec 2020
IMAGE Media is the premier destination for women curated by an award-winning team of writers with their finger on the pulse of Irish life. Join the IMAGE.ie editorial team as we enter a new era and help us tell the stories of Irish women. From style and wellness to interiors and politics, our goal is to reach every tuned-in woman in the country with our 360 degrees experiential, printed, social and digital offerings.
We’re looking for an enterprising staff writer who can work in a fast-paced environment, has great attention to detail and is as passionate about Irish fashion designers as they are about breaking the gender ceiling.
What you’ll do:
• Write cutting-edge content online that is sharp, interesting and shareable
• Supply 3-4 stories per day with imagery – including original concepts and interviews – for IMAGE.ie
• Take ownership of your own content by writing catchy social media posts to drive traffic and monitor site analytics and post performance
• Work to monthly production and traffic goals
• Create branded content as required
• Represent IMAGE.ie at our events and on press trips where possible (when the world hopefully returns to normal)
• Answer directly to the Digital Editor
What you have:
• Bachelor’s Degree in journalism or a related field
• 1+ years of digital-first content creation
• Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
• SEO training
• Solid understanding of social media landscape and tools
• Basic analytics skills
• Excellent people skills
• A strong visual aesthetic
• Attention to detail
• Experience in Adobe Suite, video production or digital marketing a bonus
To be successful here you are:
• Comfortable working in a fast-paced, high volume environment
• Capable of punchy copy quickly and tidily to tight deadlines
• Agile enough to spot a great idea and pounce on it
• Someone who enjoys working in an ever-changing environment
• Happy to work from home for the foreseeable
Please send your CV and writing samples to [email protected] by Monday, January 11, 2021.
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