Orlando-Based Disney Theme Parks Reporter, Photographer, and YouTube Presenter -- Full Time

We are a small, dynamic new media company that does things a little differently. We look for team members who thrive on new challenges and who want to be part of a cutting-edge company experiencing exponential growth.

We are looking to bring on another Disney-loving Reporter/Photographer to our team. We are a fun, collaborative, dedicated, hard-working group.

You will be working in a virtual newsroom atmosphere where flexibility is key. You must be reliably available to go into the Disney World parks and resorts as needed and be able to provide quick turnaround. You must currently have an annual pass. You will be photographing food, merchandise, and other Disney Parks items, and writing fun/informal blog posts. You will also be doing food reviews. Awareness of your audience will be key. You must have the ability to produce large amounts of content quickly while maintaining high attention to detail. Work-required food and merchandise purchases can be expensed.

Could accommodate part- or full-time, but full-time is preferred.

Primary Tasks:
--Develop and produce Disney-themed media (written articles, photography, and videos)
--Research topics and background information for media (written articles and video)
--Work closely with other Orlando-based and global team members, collaborating on all varieties of media development
--Plan and rehearse shows
--Write and sometimes memorize scripts
--Liaise with other members of the production and technical teams
--Record and host shows
--Meet with potential interviewees and conduct interviews as necessary
--Research and report on Disney-themed topics
--Photographic reporting as necessary

Working hours:
You'll work much longer than the actual broadcast hours and work is rarely, if ever, 9am to 5pm. Pre-show preparation, such as meetings with the producer, researching, writing scripts, rehearsing and post-show review, which includes discussing the broadcast with the producer and beginning advance planning for the next show, all add to the working day. Hours may be long and unsocial, involving early mornings, evenings, or weekends. When you’re not planning, prepping, recording, and promoting shows, you’ll be creating written and photographic content in and around the Disney Theme Parks.

Experience & Skills:
--Excellent communication and presentation skills
--Confidence on camera
--Performance skills and a clear voice
--The ability to generate original ideas
--A true love and knowledge of Disney Theme Parks
--Good research and interviewing skills
--The confidence and the ability to sell yourself
--Excellent writing skills (journalism and non-fiction required)
--Excellent photography skills
--The ability to take initiative and make quick decisions under pressure
--Team-working skills
--Creativity and problem-solving skills

Please submit cover letter, resume and sample photos or video (or link to portfolio) to [email protected]