Join the Snackbar Games team
Snackbar Games is looking to add some talent to its ranks!
We’ve always been a volunteer site, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t perks. Writers gain access to industry figures and events, and SBG writers have gone on to work for Joystiq, Gamasutra, The Escapist, 1Up, PC Gamer, GamesRadar and others. Mostly, though, we just love what we do, and we’d love to have you along for the ride.
Below are specific positions we’re looking for, but if you’d like to join us in some other capacity (or submit individual articles), let us know! Shoot an email to email@example.com.
We love Snackbar, and we want someone to help us share what we do with others and interact with the community. Applicants need solid grammar and a general knowledge of social media. Sound like something you’d want to do? Tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Associate Editor (News/Previews)
Are you always keeping up with the latest, be it news from the game industry or your everyday life? We’re looking for someone to spearhead our original reporting, interviews and event coverage, as well as help lead and manage the Snackbar staff when needed. This person would need to have solid grammar skills, and knowledge of AP style is preferred. If interested, send ideas and samples of your work to email@example.com.
Do you think deeply about the games industry? Do you like talking about more than just how good a game is? We’re looking for someone to cover deeper issues through topical features, compelling interviews and insightful editorials. This person would need to have solid grammar skills, and knowledge of AP style is preferred but you can learn on the job. If interested, send ideas and samples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you love talking about games and think this is the right place for you? Snackbar Games is seeking someone to help run the site, coordinating staff and spearheading the creation of audio/video content. Applicants need general technical know-how, and though experience with WordPress, Audacity and such are appreciated, a lot can be taught on the job. If interested, send an email to email@example.com with your skills and ideas for how we can improve.