The Orange Magazine team works on a volunteer basis, but travels for free around Europe and covers major media events. Among their projects this year are the European Youth Media Days in Brussels and the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum in Bonn. You can be based just anywhere in Europe, but you have to be ready to dedicate 10-15 hours a week to Orange. This is your chance to build an international career and get involved more with the European Youth Press, so join the Orange Magazine team!
As the Project Coordinator your responsibilities shall include, but are not limited to the following tasks:
- Supervision of the Magazine’s daily work
- Research of the new project possibilities
- Planning the overall schedule for the Magazine and tasks assignment
- Coordination of projects’ implementation
- Maintaining team dynamics
- External representation and communication with partners
- Reporting and communication with the EYP Board
- Participation in Magazine’s team members recruitment
- Facilitating online editorial weekly meetings with the team
- The ideal Project Coordinator will have strong organizational skills, strategic planning competences, leadership abilities and communication proficiency.
- They are primarily looking for candidates with a substantial media background and experience as project leaders or team facilitators.
- The candidate should be a student or graduate with a Bachelor or Master degree, preferably in journalism or communications.
- The age requirement is between 22 and 28 years old.
- Fluency in English Language is a must.
- The candidate must be a European resident (EU or neighbourhood states in Europe).
- The applicant must be able to commit to the position at least for a year.
- Advanced technological skills with the Adobe Suite and WordPress are a definite advantage.
- Experience with the European Youth Press and Orange Magazine projects are a definite advantage.
About Orange magazine:
Orange Magazine has been created by the European Youth Press (EYP) to provide journalistic education and to support young journalists by giving them room to explore media and current affairs. Young European journalists are immersed in a subject through visiting different countries and producing content that is straight-forward and cuts to the heart of the pressing issues of the day. The magazine introduces a wide range of topics from global media policy, immigration, conflicts, environmental issues and social justice. Orange is now published mainly online using various tools of multimedia journalism. Orange magazine aims to provide a creative space for collaboration between young journalists on the issues that matter today.
Application deadline: January 25th, 2015, 23:59 CET.