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We are searching for new team members!

by Sietse Bakker 72 views

Esctoday.com is searching for new team members for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest year. Maybe you are the one we're searching for!

Working for esctoday.com, which is a non-profit project, is voluntary, which does not mean you don't get anything for it! Working with esctoday.com means:

– having fun with people who share the same passion, the Eurovision Song Contest, during the whole year
– learn new things and get more experienced in writing for the internet
– get to know the world of Eurovision partly from inside
– get to know new people from other countries and different cultures
– join the team in Istanbul during the Eurovision week 2004
– you get appreciation of thousands of people from all over the world

In exchange, we'd like to have people in the team who:

– are willing to provide imput on a regular base, we prefer a few hours per week
– have good with computer skills and have a bit of experience in writing
– have a good level of English (speaking, writing, reading)
– have knowledge about the Eurovision Song Contest in general
– visit esctoday.com already on a regular base
– are willing to follow some standards

News editor from Istanbul region
You are from Istanbul or near and you watch the local and national media on Eurovision news. Besides that, you are good in organising things and you're looking forward to welcome the rest of the esctoday.com team in Istanbul next year. Is this your profile? Write an e-mail and tell why you are the best for this 'job' to the Chief Editor at sietse@esctoday.com.

Forum moderator
You visit the esctoday.com forum on a regular base and know what's going on there. You respect others' opinion but know when things are out of proportion. You are strict, but fair. Is this your profile? Write an e-mail and tell why you are the best for this 'job' to the Chief Editor at sietse@esctoday.com.

News editor central Europe
You watch the local, national and international media on Eurovision news. You are a good writer, you know what's going on in the world of Eurovision and when there is something to report you go after it. Is this your profile? Write an e-mail and tell why you are the best for this 'job' to the Chief Editor at sietse@esctoday.com.

We do not search for translators. Only serious reactions will be replied.

ESCToday is growing and always looks for new members to join our team! Feel free to drop us a line if you're interested! Use the Contact Us page or send us an email at vacancies@esctoday.com!