We are hiring! GCN seeks an Online Content Creator

Ireland's national LGBTQ+ press is looking for someone to join our team.

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GCN is hiring an Online Content Creator to join our small but dynamic team at this most exciting time for the publication!

Are you a Digital Journalist looking to build your career in Ireland’s media? Do you want to contribute to Ireland’s LGBTQ+ community? Then the GCN Online Content Creator position could be for you!

The Online Content Creator will be joining GCN’s tight-knit team remotely at first but when we can return to the office, we are based in the heart of Dublin’s city centre.

Your goal will be to contribute to GCN’s presence online by the sourcing and provision of LGBTQ+ focussed content, while simultaneously building your career as a journalist.

The Online Content Creator will assist the GCN team in creating interesting, informative and entertaining content across all our digital and social channels. As GCN’s online content creator you’ll help create articles, infographics, listicles, video content and audio content for GCN.ie to help GCN grow and engage with our audience.

The job includes, but is not limited to, the following elements:

  • Writing news and feature content for GCN.ie, liaising on a day-to-day basis with the rest of the team to suggest/create content focus and output.
  • Liaise with our advertising department to ensure website content supports advertisements when needed.
  • Liaise with contributing photographers, videographers, and manage photo and video content of the website.
  • Manage the digital publication of GCN magazine.
  • Video content creation.
  • Assist with web development and digital strategies.

There is full training on the job and there will be further opportunities for training and career development within the role.

For more information about the job and how to apply, click here. Applications close on July 27.

This role is supported by the Department of Rural and Community Development and Pobal through the Community Services Programme.

Applicants must be in receipt of Jobseeker’s Benefit (JB), Jobseeker’s Assistance (JA), one-parent family payment (OPF), the Jobseeker Transitional Payment or Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP).

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GCN has been a vital, free-of-charge information service for Ireland’s LGBTQ+ community since 1988.

During this global COVID pandemic, we like many other organisations have been impacted greatly in the way we can do business and produce. This means a temporary pause to our print publication and live events and so now more than ever we need your help to continue providing this community resource digitally.

GCN is a registered charity with a not-for-profit business model and we need your support. If you value having an independent LGBTQ+ media in Ireland, you can help from as little as €1.99 per month. Support Ireland’s free, independent LGBTQ+ media.

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