Date:Sunday March 30 2008
Do you have passion, energy and feel as though you're CV could do with a little sparkle. If that is the case, what are you waiting for as Vital QPR is looking to hire a vibrant Super Hoop co-editor.
What is expected from a co-editor?
A co-editor will be expected to publish articles about Queens Park Rangers Football Club. The site editor will entrust the co-ed not to infringe copyright laws and to publish stories to a high standard.
If I become a co-editor, how will it enhance my CV?
The current co-editor, Boxer aka Adam is currently studying Communication and Sport at Oxford Brookes University. He is using his spare time to write site articles so he can refine and enhance his writing skills.
Just think, billions of web users and potential employers around the world can access your work with just a click of a mouse.
Do I need to support QPR to apply?
No, but it would help if you followed a football team. Just contact me at the e-mail address given below and I can point you in the right direction.
Do I need to be a budding journalist?
No, as long as you have bags of enthusiasm and can spare a few hours a week.
How old do I have to be?
I don't care so long as you can string a sentence together.
I've heard that I need to be an expert in the computer language oddly named HTML. Is that the case?
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It would be an advantage to know the basics, nevertheless Vital QPR has a hidden moderator's board only accessible to moderators / publishers. I have written the codes in basic English to help those who need a helping hand.
How do I apply?
One needs to be registered on Vital QPR or the Vital network. This can be done by clicking here.
Once registered please feel free to contact me by way of e-mail explaining why you want the co-editors position and how you feel you could take the site to the next level.
It doesn't matter how many apply. If you are good enough you WILL get the position of co-editor of Vital Queens Park Rangers.
Vital QPR is 100% unofficial - for the fans, by the fans.
E-mail me now!.
Date:Sunday March 30 2008
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