[Noisebridge-discuss] Job for Noisebridge folks to know about
noisebridge at saizai.com
Wed Jan 26 17:26:52 PST 2011
Just as an FYI, NB's own Rachel works for them, so talk to her if you
want inside info.
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 10:42 PM, Robert B. Livingston <confetti at lmi.net> wrote:
> Sound perfect for someone at Noisebridge?
> Online Editor - posted January 25, 2011
> Instructables is seeking an online editor to manage our Outside, Play,
> Technology, and Workshop channels. This represents about half of the
> content on our site, and is a major opportunity for someone with a strong
> editorial voice and a love of making things to have meaningful and lasting
> impact. The position is based out of our downtown San Francisco office.
> Responsibilities include:
> Dreaming up and executing on challenges and contests that inspire our users,
> building out new areas of content, and providing compelling products for our
> advertisers and partners.
> Authoring themed collections of Instructable how-to projects and publishing
> them as ebooks.
> Helping Instructables authors produce the very best content by working with
> them to improve their language or images.
> Developing the editorial voice of Instructables through the content you
> feature and occasional blogging to keep our audience engaged and informed.
> Building and documenting your own projects to inspire and set the quality
> level we expect from authors' projects (around 10% of total time).
> The perfect candidate would have:
> A degree in Journalism or English, or equivalent experience as an editor or
> blogger on a high-traffic website.
> A love of making things, and a boatload of examples to share
> Excellent photography skills
> Videography experience, both filming and editing
> Ability to write crisp, clean, compelling copy, utilizing proper English
> Broad knowledge of how-to subjects in these categories
> Let's get to the point: if you're a tech or how-to blogger, and you've
> decided blogging is repetitive and annoying, and you're ready to do
> something meaningful, this job is for you.
> Please send a resume, cover letter, portfolio, and any other useful
> information to iwannawork at instructables dot com. Make the subject of
> your email to us robot-related and, if possible, witty.
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