14 December 2022
We established this online magazine to provide people working in politics and the DemTech industry with in-depth information about new developments and technologies in the field of digital participation and deliberation, electronic voting, and other digital tools that improve political organisations.
We did this because we see Democracy Technologies as one of the areas with the greatest potential to improve democracy. They are tools that are currently available or in development that can help to involve citizens in decisions that affect their lives, and to bring institutions and elected politicians closer to the people. At the same time, new companies are emerging in the field at an ever-increasing pace.
Our growing team is working on many thriving aspects of this initiative, and we have ambitious plans for the future. For our team, we are hiring a passionate and experienced:
Freelance copy-editor and proofreader (w/m/d)
Part-time (20hrs/week), hybrid/remote
English native speaker
- Prepare articles
- Proofread and edit guest contributions
- Transcribe interviews for publication
Requirements and skills
Applicants should have native English or equivalent (C2): You should feel confident correcting texts written by native speakers.
You understand what makes a great journalistic text: You can take a draft and turn it into a highly readable, enjoyable piece of writing.
Interest in the topic of democracy technologies: You are keen on learning more about digital citizen’s participation, i-voting and digital tools for political parties.
Familiarity with our target audience highly appreciated: You know how to write fro politicians and public officials and people working in the broader political sphere.
- Ideally, you have knowledge of WordPress and SEO optimisation.
- A can-do, hands-on attitude
- Hybrid work schedule, and a supportive team
- Part-time (20h/week), starting a.s.a.p.
- Place of work: Berlin, Vienna, remote-friendly
We benchmarked a monthly gross salary range of EUR 1600 for this role. If our advertised salary doesn’t match your current expectations, just let us know and we’re open to discussing it further.
We are an equitable opportunity employer. We believe that having in-house employees from a diverse range of backgrounds enhances our ability to meet our mission of making political innovation accessible for all. All applicants will be considered for employment regardless of background. We strongly encourage applications from all qualified persons, in particular people of color, refugees, women, non-binary persons, members of the LQBTQIA+ community, people with disabilities, and other members of underrepresented and marginalised groups.
Please send your application, including your CV, cover letter and relevant samples of your work, until 03 January 2023 via e-mail to Ulrike Ralis at email@example.com.
You love to write and edit texts on how to create better politics and policies? Then come and work with us. We are looking forward to your application!