is hiring a freelance writer to contribute bar, restaurant, nightlife, and event articles for its Honolulu edition (launching soon) on an ongoing basis. Thrillist provides an opportunity to create exciting content that both local and visiting readers will find entertaining and informative, as well as share with friends on social media. The ideal candidate has an intimate knowledge of the restaurant and bar scene in Honolulu, as well as experience as a food, nightlife and/or destination guide writer in digital media. Additionally, candidates with strong photography skills are preferred.

Create relevant and engaging content based on new and best destinations as assigned and pitched Work with Editor to generate ideas for new content topics Meet regular submission deadlines Provide media (e.g., original photography, sourced images, etc.

) to accompany copy Qualifications:

Must be based in Honolulu 3+ years experience writing, with focus on local food and nightlife content Acute knowledge of Honolulu's food, bar, nightlife and event scenes Strong writing skills Strong photography skills w/ a DSLR camera preferred Deep personal enthusiasm for the best, newest, and coolest places to eat, drink, and have fun Appreciation for the Thrillist brand and voice Ability to meet regular deadlines while working independently About Group Nine Media: Group Nine Media is the partnership of four mission-driven, category-leading brands covering food, drink & travel (Thrillist), news & entertainment (NowThis), animals (The Dodo) and science, tech & exploration (Seeker).We're one of the world's largest digital-first media companies, boasting over 4 billion video views every month, while providing consumers 360-degree experiences across web, social, VR and live events.At Group Nine Media, we care about the content our brands create, and if you're a talented passionate individual who does too, let's talk.

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