Guns.com hiring ‘Lifestyle Correspondent’

05/31/18 8:30 AM | by

Guns.com photog Ben Philippi working hard or hardly working?

Guns.com photog Ben Philippi working hard or hardly working?

You a photojournalist and have an interest in guns? We have a great opportunity for you. Guns.com is hiring a Lifestyle Correspondent to cover gun culture. We’re looking for a person passionate about storytelling to create intimate portraits of gun owners and those who work in the industry.

This position will be responsible for working with editors to develop story ideas, interviewing and filming sources, and editing together complete packages. The ideal candidate has experience with content development, including filming and editing. Knowledge and experience with firearms is a plus. Owning your own equipment is also a plus (but we do provide equipment).

This is a part-time position expected contribute approximately four videos per month (or one a week) with some prose. This position may require some in-state and out-of-state travel. A great opportunity for a seasoned pro looking for extra cash or a talented up-and-comer. This is a telecommute position, but we looking for someone who lives in Texas (preferably the Austin area).

So, if you’re interested, email your resume, a brief description about yourself, and 1-3 samples demonstrating video skills to Guns.com editor Scott Gara at scott.gara@guns.com with “Lifestyle Correspondent” in the subject line. Qualified candidates may be asked to complete a test assignment (for pay). For more information, check out the job posting.

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