The RichardsF1.com team is seeking a motorsport fan who’s also an aspiring writer/journalist to join our dedicated team.
This volunteer role will be to principally assist in covering the DTM Championship, with the additional flexibility of contributing other news and feature content that will be published on RichardsF1.com.
Depending on the number and quality of applicants, and the time the successful applicant(s) can devote to the role, this position may be filled by one or several people.
The role will involve all or part of the following:
Develop unique story ideas, write news and feature articles for the DTM Championship
Write event previews, qualifying reports, race and season reviews for the DTM Championship season
Contribute to exclusive interviews with DTM Championship drivers
The opportunity to attend DTM Championship events as an accredited event journalist at selected championship round events
Contribute to story ideas and article development for other motorsport championships covered by RichardsF1.com
In terms of experience and qualifications, candidates should ideally demonstrate at least ONE of the following:
Partly or fully completed a journalism degree from a tertiary institution
Prior experience writing stories for publication – i.e. traditional media, websites, blogs, etc.
Other relevant writing experience
A keen interest in general motorsport is essential, and knowledge of the DTM Championship would be desirable.
This is a challenging, enjoyable and rewarding opportunity for applicants who wish to gain valuable ‘stepping stone’ experience in sports journalism.
Only applicants who can devote the required time to fulfil the role need apply.
To apply, please send your expression of interest and an example of written work you have produced to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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