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Social media producers
The job in a nutshell: We’re looking for young, internet-savvy journalists who can produce news and multimedia content for our social media properties.
- Excellent writing skills in English and Filipino
- Has experience in news gathering and news writing
- Familiar with the latest trends in online journalism, social media, and user-generated content
- Is a team-player and a people person
- Creative; can think of different ways of telling a story using multimedia tools like video, photos, audio, or interactive applications
- Is capable of meeting deadlines under minimal supervision
The position is full-time and based in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Interested applicants may send their resume, letter of intent, and writing samples in English and Filipino to Ederic Eder, social media manager for news, at email@example.com.
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