Are you looking to kickstart your career in architectural journalism and media? If so, we may have the perfect position for you: Architizer is on the hunt for a talented architecture all-rounder to join our Content Fellowship Program, designed to help you learn everything there is to learn about architectural media, curation and content creation!
As a Content Fellow, you will help Architizer’s editorial team celebrate the world’s best architecture, highlighting projects and producing creative content that inspires design professionals around the globe. In return, we’ll mentor you through it all, giving you the support needed to thrive in a fast-paced world of architectural journalism and media.
Previous experience writing for online architectural publications is desirable, but talented new or soon-to-be architecture graduates with the ability to learn and grow are also welcome!
Job Type and Timeframe
The Content Fellowship is a full time position for 30-40 hours per week, for an initial period of 3 months over the course of Summer 2022 (starting date is flexible). This working period may be extended on agreement by both parties. It is 100% remote at the present time, but don’t worry — you’ll be in constant communication with the whole team, with weekly meetings taking place on Google Meet and daily communications via Slack.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Team player with an ability to thrive in a scrappy startup environment
- Knowledgeable about contemporary architecture with a great eye for striking images
- A wordsmith who enjoys crafting pithy contents in addition to illuminating, longer texts
- Strong photo editing skills and proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite
- Goal-oriented, self-motivated, diligent, responsible and resourceful
- Dedicated to operational excellence and eager to implement new processes and technologies
- Confident in delivering clean, concise copy under tight deadlines
- Comfortable with a fast-paced publishing schedule
- Write short-form articles on breaking industry news and current events related to architecture, technology and design.
- Assist in the promotion of projects and editorial content across Architizer’s social media platforms and via email newsletters.
- Research and write on the latest architecture projects and building materials, and regularly review up-and-coming tech products, under the guidance of the Architecture Editor.
- Work with the Content Director and the Architecture Editor to deliver architectural content and initiatives that inspire our community, as well as helping to grow our audience and web traffic over time.
Ideal Qualifications and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Architecture, Urban Design, Journalism, or Digital Media
- Experience with digital publishing is desirable, but talented new or soon-to-be graduates with the ability to learn and grow are welcome!
- A background in architecture or design media is desirable
To apply, please email the following to email@example.com with the email subject line “Content Fellowship Application: [YOUR NAME]”:
- An up-to-date resume (attached as a pdf).
- Cover letter (attached as a pdf). In the cover letter, tell us why you are the right person for this job. Please share relevant experience, insight, and motivation.
- Links to relevant content or writing you’ve created for yourself or other publications.
If your application is shortlisted, you will then be given an editorial test to complete in order to demonstrate your skills.
Architizer is the largest network for high-end residential, commercial and institutional architecture online, with more than 100,000 projects in our database. We’re currently the go-to site for the world’s leading architects and designers to showcase their work and have an aggressive strategy for continued innovation in online services related to the built environment.
We’re a team of thinkers, creatives, technologists, writers, architects and doers. In the spirit of the architecture field, we approach our objectives with equal parts analysis and creativity. We’re involved both online and offline with architecture and design and collaborate regularly with friends at respected cultural organizations both in New York and globally.