Business Insider UK is hiring a paid research fellow

Reading a bookBusiness Insider UK is looking for a Research Fellow to join our growing video team in London. 

Your day-to-day duties will include helping our producers prepare for interviews in our green screen studio, researching topics and people, booking guests, and establishing relationships with book publishers and companies.

In addition, you'll be part of a team that's pitching guest ideas, and strategising ways in which we can distribute these interviews successfully far and wide on social platforms.

The ideal candidate has a voracious appetite for news, popular culture, and also a knack for finding stories and interesting people. She or he should be obsessed with Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, active on Twitter, and inherently interested in the news.

This person should also be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, possess excellent communication skills, and be excited about building Business Insider's brand. A background in journalism or video is a huge plus.

Here are some examples of recent green screens in our London office: 

Here's why the American flag is reversed on military uniforms

An Oxford professor gives us two tips that will give you a better chance of winning big on the lottery

A linguist explains why translators can't understand Trump

Louise Mensch; The EU is over

Apply here if this sounds like your dream job. Please include a CV, links to your LinkedIn and Twitter profiles, and a cover letter describing what excites you about this role.

Please note this position is at our London office. The fellowship starts in the summer and runs for six months. Fellows are encouraged to work full-time (40 hours a week).

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