We’re Hiring: Tech Writer in Australia? We’re hiring!

We’re Hiring: Tech Writer in Australia? We’re hiring!

We’re looking for a full time (again, maybe part time depending on the person) Australian Tech Writer with a relentless passion for Aussie technology, startups and tech culture.

You need to LOVE technology, startups, software, entrepreneurship and the idea of immersing yourself in the technology scene/culture. You’ll enjoy chasing up stories and the people behind them for interviews/comment. You’ll love people, events and developing relationships.You’ll be keen to learn the background to a story, thrive on the paying attention to the details and above all, have a desire to be first to a story.

You should be keen to make a name for yourself within the tech circle but more importantly, interested in being part of the Internet’s fastest growing technology blog and its team of global writers.

Conditions:

  • Passionate about tech
  • Fast, confident writer.
  • Natural attention to detail
  • Natural drive to get to a news story first.

Responsibilities:

  • Watching out and reporting breaking news stories, anywhere on the planet – but especially within Australia and South East Asia.
  • Reviewing startups from across the planet – but particularly within Australia.
  • Writing thoughtful discussion posts about the International technology scene; the companies involved, influencers and everything in between.
  • Attending events and conferences.
  • Interviewing influencers and companies involved in the headline.

Salary: Industry standard (once some basic milestones are met) but negotiable
Contact: [email protected] with links to your writing (whether it be a blog post, article, report – anything that indicates you have writing talent).

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