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    Job Opening: 'Assistant Editor Youlin Magazine' at the Pakistan-China Institute in Islamabad


    Posted on: May 25, 2017 | Post your comment here Comments

     - Assistant Editor Job in Islamabad

    Youlin Magazine (www.youlinmagazine.com) is the flagship cultural project of the Pakistan-China Institute (www.pakistan-china.com), a non-governmental think tank in Islamabad that aims to promote connectivity and people-to-people ties between Pakistan and China. 

    Youlin is Pakistan’s first bilingual (English and Chinese) website. It covers a diverse range of topics within Pakistani and Chinese culture, ranging from art, music, fashion, travel and food to literature, theatre, film, sports, architecture and philanthropy. Our readership extends beyond Pakistan and China to the U.S., Canada, Europe and the Middle East.

    We are currently looking to hire an Islamabad-based Assistant Editor for the magazine. People with strong English writing and editing skills and a keen interest in the cultures of Pakistan and China are encouraged to apply.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Planning and editing all content to be published in the magazine
    • Finding, recruiting and coordinating with freelance writers from various parts of Pakistan on a daily basis
    • Covering cultural events and writing articles for the magazine
    • Handling social media and promotional content of the magazine
    • Collaborating with members of partner institution in Xinjiang, China
    • Representing the Pakistan-China Institute at international conferences

    Good salary, commensurate with skills and experience, with prospect of promotion to Associate Editor.

    To apply, please email your CV, cover letter, and at least two pertinent samples of your writing to info@youlinmagazine.com, no later than Sunday, 4th June, 2017. You are advised to review our website (www.youlinmagazine.com) and consider its themes before choosing your writing samples.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!




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