nme.com is looking for a Features Co-Ordinator, Reviews Manager, News Editor and Archive Editor...
With a string of successes under its belt the UK’s number one music site is looking to expand its highly successful web team with the following vacancies.
nme.com is looking for an Archive Editor to manage the digitisation of the NME archive (photo, text, video and audio), to organise the team that will research the archive and to release material for digital use to deadline. The Archive Editor will have research experience, will understand the functionality and possibilities of a fully interactive archive, will know NME inside out, will have expert knowledge of the history of popular music and will have a good grasp of copyright law.
To generate, commission and edit features material for nme.com. The successful applicant will be in charge of organising webchats, webcasts, video/audio/text exclusive interviews and generating feature projects. Experience in music TV and radio as well as magazines is preferred. Please include five feature ideas in your application.
To generate and commission reviews copy for nme.com. The successful applicant will be experienced in organising reviews copy and will preferably have worked in music TV and/or radio.
Gathering news in video, audio and text formats, will have previously managed a news team and will be totally up to date with what’s happening across the broad spectrum of rock, pop and dance.
All applications including CV to Steve Sutherland, nme.com, 25th Floor, King’s Reach Tower, Stamford Street, London SE1 9LS.[/I]