Nintendo Feed is a diverse and forward thinking Nintendo coverage website. We're expanding all the more every day. We're always looking to expand our team...
We have many positions available, and you are able to work from anywhere in the world, but all of our positions are strictly voluntary. Nintendo Feed is unable to pay any contributors.
News Reporters - As one of our news reporters, you'll be joining the rest of the team and will need to have a good understanding of the English Language, along with the ability to use a diverse range of vocabulary. We're looking for writers who are comfortable in writing about 3-5 news articles daily and follow a similar style and length to current news articles on the site.
News reporters must be able to source big news stories about Nintendo from across the internet. They must then work with other news reporters to cover them.
Video Production Assistant - As a video production assistant, you'll be joining our video production Editor, Andrew in creating good quality content for our Youtube channel. We're looking for users with previous experience in running a Youtube channel and creating video content, you'll need to demonstrate this to us when applying.
Community Manager - At Nintendo Feed, our community is at the centre of how we operate, everything we do, is for our community, you guys! That's why we need someone to moderate everything that happens within our community. Our Community Manager will be responsible for moderating our comment threads and forums, along with Social Media. Previous community management experience is preferred, but anyone is more than welcome to apply.
When becoming a writer or contributor at Nintendo Feed, we request that you meet the following requirements. These include: you must have a good grasp of the English Language, you must include a diverse and interesting range of vocabulary, you must be able to produce a decent number of articles monthly and you must be available for fast communication.
How to Apply
To apply for any of the above positions, please contact us with some brief information about yourself, which role you are interested in and a small example of your work. From there, we may also require further information.
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