Sports fanatic? Want to get on the journalism ladder? Fancy yourself as the next big betting tipster to hit the web? We have got the perfect role for you to embark on a thrilling, life defining career.
This job is home based and requires you to perform tasks on your own, sometimes at your own will. Please note this position is on an unpaid basis.
We are looking for enthusiastic, driven bloggers to join our team of sports betting writers. You will be expected to produce high quality articles at sometimes short notice offering our readers betting previews of sports events such as football matches, horse races, cricket test matches, tennis majors and Premier League darts. We have positions available across all the major sports so if cricket isn't your thing, stick to football, or racing.
WHAT WE NEED:
Sports writers looking for a break in their careers. People with a strong knowledge of their specialist sport(s) and a strong grasp of betting odds and gambling techniques.
A strong desire to produce exciting, informative and accurate betting tips and advice.
The ability to react quickly to requests for article publishing.
A desire to improve our network of websites through the power of their articles.
A person who can adhere to strict deadlines.
You will be required to write a number of articles per week on your chosen sport with betting tips or news and upload your articles to our websites. We will require a set number of articles per week from the chosen candidates, number to be discussed.
As we as potential editorial or paid writing jobs with us in the future, candidates will build themselves a strong portfolio of articles perfect for future job applications in a journalistic role.
HOW TO APPLY:
Drop us at e-mail at email@example.com with your details, a bit about yourself and the sport(s) you would be interested in writing about plus an example of your writing or links to work you have done in the past.
Roles currently available in the following sports: Football, Horse Racing, Cricket, Tennis, American Sports, Darts, F1