The tasks, which include full-time work, are very varied – your task is to review and monitor what is happening in the hunting world. The work spans all conceivable journalistic assignments such as hunting reports, news, reviews, work with Svenskjakt.se and the newspaper’s social media.
We are happy to see applicants with experience from writing journalistic work in the daily press or other similar activities. The work requires knowledge of photography and experience in web editing, as well as good knowledge of the Adobe software suite. Knowledge of podcast, video, video editing and graphics is an advantage.
We are convinced that you are passionate about creating credible journalism.
As a person, you are structured, enjoy working independently and have a good news nose. You do not necessarily have to be a hunter, but it is a merit that is valued very highly.
We are one small editorial staff, which means that we all, when required, must be able to jump in and support where needed. You need to be self-motivated, flexible, thorough and helpful.
• Work on evenings and weekends occurs.
• Location by agreement.
• The service requires a driver’s license and access to your own car.
• You have journalistic education or equivalent relevant experience.
• Access date by agreement.
For more information:
Contact editor-in-chief Martin Källberg, 010-584 76 32, [email protected]
Union representatives: Björn Sundgren (Unionen) 010-584 76 77, Niklas Lundberg (SACO) 010-584 73 44.
Interviews take place current. Send your application no later than April 15 to [email protected]