Here are some of our latest fantastic jobs on offer. Just take your pick:
Online content writer, freelance
This role involves sourcing stories that will be of interest to TNT’s audience. If you’re an avid reader of our mag then you’ve already got a head start on our style and readership.
You would be required to write one story per day and upload this on to our CMS, earning you GBP75 per week.
A time slot will be provided to each writer – either morning, noon or afternoon – so if you have a preference, please highlight that in your application.
For more information on the role and to apply, please follow this link.
Proof reader for TNT Magazine London, freelance
This position is ideal for sticklers for grammar who have a qualification in the field.
It will also include checking facts, looking out for legal issues, and picking out any orphans and widows that may have slipped through the net.
The job is for one day per month, with an income of GBP150 for the month.
For this role you must have experience with Adobe InDesign and have access to Adobe InDesign CS5. For more information on the position, click here.
Travel freelancers for TNT Magazine London and Australia
If you’re a talented, well-travelled writer then why not apply to write witty and informative travel features for TNT Magazine
The position will be on a project basis, which includes four features about your assigned country, region or city. Selected candidates will be paid GBP250 per project.
For additional information on the role and to apply, click this link.
Website optimisation manager, freelance
If you’re more experienced in web analytics and SEO than writing, then this could be the job for you.
Tntmagazine.com and tntdownunder.com are looking for a freelance website optimisation manager to work remotely for the equivalent of one day per week, for GBP100.
The chosen candidate will need to ensure online stories, features and listings are positioned in a way that optimises the site, enables user friendliness, and encourages visitors to continue browsing the site.
Applicants should also have a background in the media industry and have a firm understanding of consumer editorial.
To read more about the role and to send your application, follow this link.
Backpacker Trade News website editor, freelance
If you’re passionate about the travel industry, then this position might appeal to you.
The position involves sourcing two stories per day, covering Australia in particular, and rewriting these in BTN style. You would also need to produce one opinion piece per week, one e-newsletter per week, and moderate website comments.
The job is for five days a week, and also requires knowledge of SEO and photo editing. To apply for this job, visit this link.
We look forward to receiving you applications!