Do you love staying on top of all of the great family events going on each week in Edmonton? Family Fun Canada Inc. is looking for an enthusiastic and word-savvy person to help us keep our readers informed and engaged when it comes to all of the family-friendly goings-on that Edmonton has to offer.
We need someone to take care of our regular event posts for the city of Edmonton and surrounding area. We’re looking for an individual who wants to work from home on a flexible part-time basis and be part of the ever-growing Family Fun team. Familiarity with the various family-friendly venues, museums, festivals and major attractions in Edmonton is a must. Successful candidates should have strong writing skills, an understanding of social media, and basic computer skills. Experience with the WordPress platform is an asset, but if you’re a quick learner, it’s not a deal-breaker, we can train you. We’d be asking you to update events on a regular basis — the schedule would be flexible, with about 20-30 hours of work each week.
Are you up for helping to bring more family fun to the city you love? Email us at email@example.com to send along a cover letter, resume, and two samples of your writing (see below) and photography. Please note that we’re only able to respond to candidates that we wish to interview.
1. A 500-750 word story for us about one of your favourite Edmonton experiences/memories. It can be about a restaurant, bike trail, event, attraction, etc.. The reason we ask this is because we’d like to see a sample of your work that would be relevant to our website. If you have photos to accompany the story, even better. Please know, this is to be a from scratch article and not something you’ve previously written.
2. A 200-300 word sample event listing for the upcoming Mamma Mia show at Citadel theatre. http://www.citadeltheatre.com/2017-2018/mamma-mia
Please apply by February 16th, 2018.
Although we do our best to provide you with accurate information, all event details are subject to change. Please contact the facility to avoid disappointment.