The Worldly is Hiring!

Do you have a great mind? Independent thinkers wanted

The Worldly Magazine is national student-led world affairs, politics, economics, business, finance, arts & culture and sports publication for sophisticated, aspirational and intellectually curious students.

We’re looking for passionate, talented and independent thinkers to join our global collaboration of editors and writers.

We’re currently recruiting the following positions:

Deputy Editor-in-Chief:

Intellectually Curious? A great communicator? Editorial Experience? Do you have the drive to develop the Worldly, expanding our audience, managing our team of editors and contributors and implementing new strategies?

We’re looking for a Deputy Editor-in-Chief to work closely with our Editor-in-Chief. Editorial experience is preferable, but not required. Candidates will preferably be first or second year undergraduates.

 

Finance editor:

Should we worry about China’s recent poor stock market performance?  Will Apple be able to sustain its market leading position indefinitely?  What parts of the world are best to invest in right now?

We’re looking for a passionate, motivated and knowledgeable finance editor capable of tackling those types of questions and more.  As an emerging section, our Finance editor needs to be able to proactively expand this fascinating area by building a network of inspiring finance contributors.

Travel editor:

A relatively new section to The Worldly, we’re looking for an editor with a real passion for travel to develop this section in late 2016 and into 2017.

Social Media Manager:

Are you savvy on social media?  Know how to reach and engage a student audience?  We’re looking for a social media manager for our social media outlets.  In this strategic role, an elementary knowledge and interest in marketing is advantageous.

Writers:

The Worldly is also looking for talented contributors to write across all of our editorial sections.  Irrespective of your academic or otherwise background, if you’re passionate, we want to hear from you.

Got an article idea already? Or simply want to get involved? Email us on info@sabco.co.uk or fill in this form here: http://theworldly.co.uk/write-for-us/

 

If you want to apply to anyone of the above positions, simply email us your CV to us on info@sabco.co.uk by Friday 22nd July, clearly stating which position you wish to apply for.

 

 

 

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