TechnoBuffalo is on the hunt for a few new staff members. We’re looking for writers who are very knowledgeable and well-read in the technology (consumer technology, specifically) and social media spaces. These people should be highly reliable, have great communication skills and be self-motivated. They should also be regular readers of sites like TechnoBuffalo. We are looking for individuals with backgrounds in English or Journalism, and being comfortable on camera would be a definite bonus.
You will be writing original tech articles of about 300 words each on TechnoBuffalo.com, a tech website that launched in October 2009. The site prides itself on in-depth analysis of the subjects that impact our readers, so even if it may appear to be a short story, how does it impact the market? Our readers? We welcome you having your own voice in addition to reporting the facts.
We’re looking for people that can be with us long term and grow with the company, which means increases in pay and responsibility as time goes on. Starting pay will be based on experience, quality of work and position that you assume with the company.
Positions we are currently looking to fill range from Junior to Senior editors (all positions must be 18 +) and you will need to either live in these locations or be willing to relocate to them:
- Irvine, California
- San Francisco, California
- New York City, New York
To apply, please email jobs-at-technobuffalo.com – and do the following:
- Email your resume in PDF format attached to an email with the subject line “Apply”.
- Include two writing samples, ~300 words each, that would bring value to someone that is a tech enthusiast (this can include a how to, an analysis of a recent piece of news, a review, etc)
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