Please note: all position with Lip are held on a volunteer basis. We do it out of love, and for feminism, yo!
We are looking for interviewers, regular columnists, and reviewers. If you are one or any combination of those three things please email Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 15 and introduce yourself.
What to include in your application:
We are looking for weekly, fortnightly and monthly columnists. Be creative. If you want to do a column looking week by week at every Fred Astaire film ever made, that’s cool. Same if you want to run a series looking at really truly awful films.
Please send through a brief pitch and first instalment of your column between 600-800 words.
Have opinions on films? We want them. Will be looking for contributors who are able to send stuff in weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Please send through an example review between 300-500 words.
We are looking for people to pitch interviews they have set up for themselves as well as who are willing to conduct assigned interviews. Send us a pitch of an interview you would be keen to conduct and/or let us know if you would be keen to be assigned things. Include a sample of your writing just so we can get an idea of your style.
We are seeking applicants for a website maintenance position to assist with the security of the Lip website. This will not be a job that will require hours every day but at times it might require five or six hours at once to get things done.
We are seeking someone with a great knowledge of wordpress and html. We require this person to understand and be able to use cPanel, SQL and FTP software to coordinate regular site backups. This person would be responsible for ensuring these are maintained on a regular basis.
There is a lot of problem solving involved in the role so creative thinkers are encouraged to apply. Please be aware that all positions within Lip Magazine are voluntary.
If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com.
Due to our virtual office work environment, we are unable to offer work experience placements. Most of us have full-time jobs and are unable to supervise you during “work experience week”.