Are you an Expat living in Mérida looking to go back into action?
This is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.
The Yucatan Times has positioned itself as the most important English language online newspaper in the Yucatan Peninsula (Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo).
Today, we have more than 120,000 page views a month and thousands of readers not only in Mexico but also in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Our journalistic format and methodology are unique and created specifically to serve the foreign communty in Mexico with editorial and advertising services that exceed the user’s expectations.
So, now we are looking for multi-tasking, native English speakers willing to work part time at our office located on Paseo de Montejo, and become an icon within the community while representing the Yucatan Times in Mérida and positioning it as a vital asset for the local community in terms of media and advertising.
Our Desired Qualifications and Skills:
- Native English speaker
- Knowledge of Mexican culture (preferred)
- Journalism experience (preferred)
- Photography skills (preferred)
- Good Public Relations skills
- Basic writing skills
- Basic computing skills
- Able to meet daily deadlines
To apply, send your resume with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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