Content House Group, one of Malta’s leading media organisations, owning and managing a broad range of online and media brands in various sectors including business, travel, iGaming, lifestyle, and weddings, is looking to employ an iGaming Online Editorial Coordinator to work alongside our senior editorial team and assist in the management of iGamingCapital.mt, Malta’s leading iGaming portal fully dedicated to people in gaming and the iGaming industry.
Working on key online business brands whilst specialising in reporting and covering what’s happening in the iGaming industry, the role is based on a hybrid work model that incorporates a mixture of in-office and remote working.
If you follow local business news and current affairs extensively, and if you have an interest in the iGaming industry, you’re definitely a shoo-in for the role!
We’re looking for a solid professional with excellent writing skills, who is intrigued and fascinated by the world of business and has a keen interest in following closely what’s happening within the local and global iGaming industry.
Think you’re a perfect fit? Take a look:
Experience in journalism and / or a university degree in business, communications, or similar is a plus.
Proficiency in MS Office applications, especially Word, Excel and Outlook is a must.
Experience in the iGaming industry will also be considered an asset.
Content House Group‘s online portfolio currently includes seven leading portals in their respective sectors: WhosWho.mt, Gwida.mt, GuideMeMalta.com, iGamingCapital.mt, MaltaCEOs.mt, BusinessNow.mt and OurWedding.mt.
The right candidate will be given extensive training and exposure to the company’s long list of brands, philosophy, and mindset.
If you think you’re a good fit, please send us a cover letter and your C.V. on firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to find out more about Content House Group.
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