We’re looking for people who are passionate about MMA to join the UK’s newest MMA news website. All roles are currently voluntary and have no minimum working hours requirement. As our site grows we have every intention of paying our team. Currently, we do offer prizes to team members who perform the best each month.
This is a great opportunity for you to join something big right as it’s just starting. MMA Thread has goals of being the UK’s top website for MMA news within a year. We already have a large fan base and we anticipate it to grow to over 1MILLION fans by the end of 2017!
All positions require a real passion for MMA!
If MMA excites you as much as it does us then get started by deciding which position appeals to you most and then select the appropriate button below the role information.
Full Training Given.
You should be able to write informative articles based on MMA News, Rumours, Fights, Videos & More. This role is a great place to get started and gives you the opportunity to have your articles viewed by thousands of people. The potential to become an editor will later be available to the best bloggers.
PhotoShop Skills & Software Required.
For this role, you’ll need a sense of humour. We need people who can make funny memes as well as interactive ones. You should have a creative flare about you and experience of Adobe PhotoShop as well as your own access to the software.
After Effects Skills & Software Required.
Having experience with Adobe After Effects and access to the software is essential. We need people who are able to create videos for us using special effect packages which will be provided. We have a team who can source content for you and ideas for the video. But in the end, the overall video will be down to you, so creativity is a must.
Applying for ‘News Reporter’ will require a minimum 300-500 word article based on a professional MMA news story within the past 7 days of application submission. You can write this within the application form or prepare prior and submit the form when ready by pasting the article into the form.