We are on the hunt for a talented writer with an enthusiasm for news and hunger for community issues to take up a newly created round, working Monday to Friday in our award-winning Auckland newsroom.
Day to day, you'll be responsible for : Post and engage with the various Neighbourly communities, both locally and in the wider southern regionWriting stories which attract strong, engaged audiences on Stuff's social media platform NeighbourlyDeveloping and maintaining a diverse contact base to ensure you have an awareness of all relevant issues to our Auckland communitiesKey requirements to succeed in this role include : The ability to work independently and generate fresh ideasAn understanding and ability to deliver ethical, balanced, well-researched storiesThe ability to manage your time effectively to meet deadlinesBenefits of working with us include : Access to an excellent employee assistance programmeA strong reward & recognition programmeThe opportunity to work for a company that truly values diversity and inclusion + moreFlexible working opportunitiesStuff is a collection of print newspapers, the nation's largest news website, and wholly-owned social media platform Neighbourly, all aimed at connecting Kiwi communities to the stuff that matters, the stuff they love and the stuff that brings us together.
We are proud to be New Zealand's leading media organisation, connecting with 3.2 million New Zealanders every month across our platforms.
Find out more at : about.stuff.co.nzThink you can do the job? Then apply now and start your journey with Stuff today.Ka oti rānei i a koe tēnei mahi?
Kāti, tono mai ināianei kia tīmata ai tō haerenga me Stuff i tēnei rā.Stuff champions inclusion. Be it gender, ethnicity, beliefs, abilities or experiences - we know that diversity brings another lens through which we all learn, connect and grow.
E kōkiri nei a Stuff i te whāinga kia whai wāhi ai te katoa. Hāunga te ira, te iwi, ngā whakapono, ngā āheinga, ngā wheako rānei o te tangata - e mōhio nei tātou mā te kanorau e whai tirohanga hou ai, e ako ai, e tūhono ai, e whanake anō ai tātou katoa.
As we are committed to creating a workplace that reflects the diverse communities in New Zealand, we will always invite and encourage applications from people of all genders, ethnicities, disabilities and ages.
We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all.Nā runga i tā mātou ū ki tētahi taiao mahi e whakaatu ana i te kanorau o ngā hapori i Aotearoa, i te ao, i te pō, ka pōhiringia, ka ākina anō ngā tono mahi a te marea whānui, hāunga te ira, te iwi, te hauātanga, te pakeke rānei.
E ū nei mātou ki te whai kia wātea ai ā mātou ara whai mahi ki te katoa i runga i te mana taurite.Job Types : Full-time, PermanentSalary : Up to $60,000.
00 per yearWork Eligibility : Permitted to work permanently with no restriction on hours (e.g. citizen, permanent resident) (Required)Work Remotely : No