Science Editor – NTR, Hilversum / Villamedia

Are you an experienced editor and have a sharp journalistic eye? Do you have a broad interest and special interest in scientific topics? Are you reaching the end of the topic? Do you also know how to use these adjectives to come up with clear stories?
Then we have room for you!

For the new and integrated Focus Science programme, we are looking for a

Science Editor
(32 hours per week)

As a science editor, you work with other editors, producers, and directors on the realization of multiple products within an integrated science-focused title. Within that, we broadcast TV and radio programmes, specials and podcast episodes. You can also work on topics for various social media and online productions for NTR Science.

What will you do?
• It researches and tracks scientific developments and broad social debate.
• Learn about the latest developments in various scientific fields.
• You skillfully translate these sometimes complex developments into understandable and engaging elements and stories for different target groups on different media.

What are you bringing?
• You have a nose for good stories.
• You have a full HBO/WO education, you are good at writing and editing audio.
• You are creative and see how you can tell a story in pictures
• You are excessively interested in news wallpapers.
• You are someone who loves to work together, help and inspire colleagues;
• You can also make the right decisions under pressure and keep calm.
• You have insight into the basic knowledge and interests of different target groups.
• You have demonstrable experience with science and science programs.

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we offer
• Temporary contract for one year. Depending on knowledge and experience, this position is honored under the Class G Salary Class of Broadcasting Collective Labor Agreement.
• An ambitious editorial team awaits with colleagues who build upon and reinforce each other in an open atmosphere.
• There is plenty of room for personal input and an eye on your development.
• We believe that working in a diverse team makes working together more fun and interesting, and therefore we strive to form an editorial team that is as inclusive as possible.

curious?
Do you want more information about the job? Email Gerda Bosman, Editor-in-Chief of the Science Department, by email: [email protected]

Progressing?
Do you know enough? Then apply now! Submit your motivation through CV no later than 14 October 2022 via this link.

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