Join Our Team: Short Shift News Are Looking For New Team Members
We are excited to announce that the Short Shift News team is expanding!
As our site continues to grow, including the recent launch of our four-wheel team, we are excited to announce that we are looking for new team members. We are on the lookout for motorsport-obsessed individuals who want to share their knowledge and ideas with our audience.
To apply for any of our roles, or to enquire about other opportunities within our team, please email email@example.com. In your email, please outline your interests and, if applicable, your prior writing experience. However, please note that none of our roles at Short Shift News require any previous experience.
Note: all roles are voluntary and we are unable to pay team members at this time. However, these roles can provide excellent experience to boost your CV and will allow you to build a portfolio of work if you are considering a future career in motorsport journalism or media.
Social Media Manager
Passionate about all things social? We are looking for someone driven and enthusiastic, with a knowledge of a wide range of motorsport series, to lead our social media accounts. This will include Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and any other pages we choose to open in the future. Under the guidance of the site owner, you will have the autonomy to create content calendars, engage with our community, review analytics and build a social media strategy to attract more readers to our website.
World Superbike Reporter
This role is perfect for those who closely follow the ongoings in the World Superbike paddock and enjoy sharing these stories with a wide audience. You will regularly report on all on-track sessions, posting these in a timely manner, as well as covering any breaking news stories or writing feature articles on topics of your choice. There may also be opportunities to write articles about other series if you wish to.
With a growing following here in the UK, we are eager to start reporting on the IndyCar season at Short Shift News. If you are a fan of the series and want to share its news with our readers, this role could be ideal for you. You will be responsible for covering all on-track action during a season as well as reporting on off-track breaking news stories. You will also have the chance to write feature articles of your choice.
Formula 2 & Formula 3 Reporter
This role, suitable for either one or two individuals depending on availability, is ideal for those with one eye on the next generation of motorsport talent. We are looking to cover both F2 and F3, meaning that this role will see you reporting on all the track action across a season as well as breaking news stories from the paddock. You will also be encouraged to write feature articles on any topics that interest you.