As we continue to grow as a company there may be times when new roles become available, and when that's the case, you'll find them here. This is also the place where we'll list all of our ongoing recruitment - all year around, we'll be looking for artists and bloggers to work with. All of our roles and voluntary and involve working from home, so we welcome applicants from around the globe.
While all roles have their own unique requirements, one thing runs through all the roles we advertise and all the applicants we want to see - a desire to make their mark on the publishing industry and to help new and emerging writers. That's why we do what we do (just like all the roles we advertise, we also do this voluntarily), and we want to surround ourselves with like-minded individuals.
Starting February 1st, we're looking for an enthusiastic, creative, and driven individual to run our social media platforms, building communities with authors, advertising our products, and generally helping to contribute to a growing, not-for-profit digital publishing company.
While experience of managing social media is preferred (see questions), this isn't essential, and a decision won't be made solely on this.The ideal candidate will be eager to learn and to contribute, get great satisfaction from helping others, be a clear and comfortable communicator, and be unafraid to bring personality to the role.
So, if you're looking for experience of working in publishing and managing social media accounts, this could be the ideal opportunity for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to message us and ask.
(This is a work from home opportunity, and so we welcome applicants from both the UK and overseas).
This voluntary role is perfect for anyone who wants to gain experience and exposure of the publishing world. By reading submissions, you will improve your editorial skills, eye for detail, and be exposed to a variety of different literary styles.
About the role, one of our current Editors said: 'I'm enjoying the job because I get exposed to writers and genre I may not have sought out myself, and it is giving me the experience I wanted.'