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Editorial Assistant/Writer

Job details

Organisation
Digital Media Trust - AudioCulture & NZ On Screen
Closes
17 Jan 2020
Region
Wellington
Work type
Part time employment, Contract
Work classification
Culture & Heritage, Screen & Sound

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Employer: Digital Media Trust. This organisation manages two websites - AudioCulture and NZ On Screen

Reporting to: Executive Director

Hours: Up to 20 hours per week split roughly 50/50 across both sites

Broad outline of the role:

The Services to be provided as Editorial Assistant/Writer for AudioCulture include:

  • Assisting the Content Director with a range of research tasks eg sourcing photos & contact details; digitising images
  • Liaising with content providers eg writers, suppliers of images
  • Writing & updating stories for publication on the AudioCulture website, as directed by the Content Director
  • Assisting the Site Editor with site content maintenance eg researching and repairing broken links

The Services to be provided as Editorial/Admin Assistant for NZ On Screen include:

  • Assisting the Rights Executive with researching and documenting titles in relation to their copyright situation and availability
  • Liaising with industry content partners as well as broadcasters and independents regarding rights and content
  • Assisting the Publicist with publicity & marketing activities eg researching content for use on social media, posting content on social media as directed by the Publicist

Providing administration support to the Wellington based team as required and directed by the Executive Director.

How to apply

Your application should include your CV and a cover letter outlining why you want the job and why you think you are the right person for the role. An example of your writing style would also be very useful.

All applications should be emailed to stephanie@nzonscreen.com by 5pm Friday 17th January 2020.

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Digital Media Trust

11 Dec 2019