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31.07.2015, 13:09
Freelance editors required for EHF online channels
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NEWS REPORT: The EHF is to strengthen its online editorial team ahead of the new season and has openings for freelance news/social media editors to provide match day coverage
 

Freelance editors required for EHF online channels

The EHF’s Media and Communications Department is set to expand its team of online editors in the upcoming season and is looking to recruit freelancers to ensure the federation’s web and social media channels are kept up to date and to engage with fans on match days.

Working on a shift basis outside of office hours (between three and five hours in the evening and at weekends), online editors will be able to work from anywhere in Europe. These positions will not be based in the EHF office in Vienna, Austria.

Editors will be required to coordinate the coverage of matches in European Cup competitions (e.g. EHF Champions League, EHF Cup etc.) and national team competitions (e.g. EHF EURO and World Championship qualification etc.), editing content provided by a network of professional journalists and photographers from across Europe.

Tasks will include writing, editing and posting reports in English to EHF websites, the editing and uploading of photographs, graphics and video content, coordinating the posting of match day related content to social media channels (Facebook, Twitter etc.) and also fan engagement via social media.

Ideally we are looking for native English speakers, with excellent written and editorial skills and a background in journalism. Experience of working in sports media and an understanding of sports and sports marketing related issues and terminology essential. A knowledge of handball and the EHF’s competitions would be a definite advantage.

Full training will be provided at a workshop to be held in Vienna in early September 2015 before the start of the new season. The workshop will cover all requirements of the position including editorial guidelines and style, key handball and competition terminology, photo and video selection and editing, how to use the EHF’s content management systems as well as social media channel management.

About EHF Media and Communications

The European Handball Federation (EHF) is the umbrella organisation for handball in Europe with 50 member federations and its headquarters in Vienna, Austria.

The EHF Media and Communications Department is responsible for managing the EHF’s online web and social media channels, providing coverage of the federation’s many activities and competitions, with a particular focus on flagship competitions including the EHF Champions League (ehfCL.com) and the EHF EURO Events (ehf-euro.com).

Further information on the federation’s work can be found at eurohandball.com.

Applications

Applications should be made to the EHF Media and Communications Department by email with a covering letter explaining why you would like to work for the EHF as an Online Editor and a current CV detailing your previous media work.

Applications should be sent to media@eurohandball.com before Friday, 14 August 2015.

Further information

For any further questions about the online editor positions, contact JJ Rowland, Head of Media and Communications +43 1 80151 167 or by email rowland@eurohandball.com.


TEXT: EHF / jjr
 
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