Website Rife Magazine
Rife are looking for four content creators to come and join the team!
Rife is an online platform co-created with young creatives – supporting them to have their voices heard and covering the stories that matter to them. We develop young people’s digital skills, confidence, experience and networks so they can thrive. We believe young people’s voices should be part of the media landscape, so it is relevant and representative.
At Rife, the core of our mission is represented by our paid in-house content creator positions. While employed at Rife, young creatives make everything you see on the website, from thought-provoking articles to powerful videos, and promote it on social media.
We want four young content creators to come join us as a freelancer (a freelancer is a person who is self-employed rather than working for a specific business long term) for 12 flexible days between January to July 2022, where you make content for Rife magazine – blogs, articles, videos, photos, etc about what’s important to young people in the city. In return, you get mentored by an experienced team of creatives to develop your portfolio and networks.
If you’re 18-24 and want a job making videos, writing articles, taking photos of things you care about, from skating to music to politics to film to comedy, and so on and so on, then this is the job for you.
No qualifications necessary just good ideas, enthusiasm and a desire to develop your skills.
How To Apply
If you are interested in applying, please send either 1-2 sides of A4 OR a video or audio file (max 10mins in length) to email@example.com which includes the following:
– A description of at least 2 pieces of content on climate and / or community that you would like to develop and publish on Rife Magazine.
– Why you would like to undertake this role at Rife and what you would bring to the team
– Any relevant links to previous work and things that have inspired your content ideas.
– Your name
– Your postcode
– Your email
– Your phone number
We aim to be as inclusive as possible and work to accommodate all access requirements. We will openly discuss and tailor how we do things to support you as best we can.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if written or recorded applications pose difficulties for you, we are very happy to discuss this.
This opportunity is part of The Future is Collective, a new Watershed development programme made possible thanks to public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England. The programme will propel community and climate activism by offering support and development to freelance creatives who will make new work and amplify ideas. It will support editors and young creatives through Rife, plus creative practitioners through the Pervasive Media Studio and BFI Film Hub SW.
For further information about the role, please download and have a look at the Content Creator brief below.
Content Creator Further information (pdf)
Content Creator Further information – large print (pdf)
Closing Date: Monday, 6 December 2021 – 10:00