Singularity Hub Is Hiring! New Writer/Journalist Position With Your Name On It
That's right, we're excited to announce that Singularity Hub is hiring! We're looking for talented, prolific writers with a strong background in technology and science to join our editorial team. If you love covering sci/tech and are passionate about the future, then Singularity Hub could be your new professional home.
We're looking for qualified applicants with a science degree and/or a strong technical education and 3+ years experience writing for tech websites or blogs. You should have the ability to produce high quality stories written in an engaging, yet authoritative style and be comfortable covering a diverse set of topics. We also need team players who are familiar with HTML and blogging platforms.
Writers are expected to have strong editorial skills and an openness to feedback. Furthermore, we value writers who are solid critical thinkers and bring with them an arsenal of wit. We're actively building our community, so writers are expected to be comfortable with social media and interacting with an online audience of millions.
Singularity Hub delivers in-depth and thoughtful daily coverage of the latest developments in science and technology that are shaping the future. As a member of our parent company, Singularity University, writers will have access and exposure to the entrepreneurs, innovators, and thought leaders that are bringing the latest advances and ideas to the world.
We've worked hard to establish Singularity Hub in a unique spot within the arena of sci/tech news and media. Please be sure that you are familiar with our style and approach before applying.
If you're interested, you can submit your resume to our designated page. We're looking forward to adding awesome writers to our team!
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