Are you interested in joining our team?

Updated: Apr 8

We have two unpaid remote roles up for grabs, currently our entire team work voluntarily but we are hoping to start monetising in the next quarter so in time this should change. We are looking for an editor and a secretary. Although we can't pay you in money, we can pay you in great chat, an opportunity to read/view a lot of wonderful art and your name on a monthly published professional zine which can go straight into the experience sector of your CV!

If you are interested then please email a cover letter and your CV to by March 22nd at midnight (GMT) and read on to read the job descriptors you can indicate which one you are applying for in the subject of your email but you may also apply for both.

Features/Content Editor Job Description

Main responsibilities are to oversee the content and quality of the magazine and ensure that features are topical, interesting and informative. Help plan the features section of the magazine, supervise writers (if needed).

Responsibilities of the job include:

  • selecting articles for issues and planning publication contents

  • generating ideas for articles and features

  • helping plan the features content for the magazine

  • commissioning features and stories from in-house writers or freelancers (if needed)

  • supervising staff, including freelance writers, and setting deadlines (if needed)

  • reading, writing and researching features and articles

  • rewriting, editing, proofreading and subbing copy to ensure it is ready to go to press

  • attending relevant events, fairs and conferences

  • ensuring that all feature articles comply with ethical codes of practice and legal guidelines.

  • To be involved in team calls every two weeks (most likely on Zoom)


Main responsibilities are to oversee the administration of the zine, take minutes of meetings, set agendas according to Head Editor for the bi-weekly meeting.

Responsibilities include:

  • Managing the zine’s email inbox

  • Looking after submissions: keeping them in the correct folders in the inbox

  • Emailing artists and submissions to say if they were successful or unsuccessful in their submission

  • Collating the answers to the issue’s question of the month

  • Adding submissions’ titles and author to the submissions spreadsheet as they come in

  • Attending bi-weekly meetings (most likely on Zoom)

  • Liasing with the social media coordinator to ensure we are following everyone we feature and are in contact with

  • Wetransfering images chosen for the issue to the graphic designer

If you are interested in applying to either of these roles, please do send an email with a cover letter and CV attached to by March 22nd at midnight (GMT)

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