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We are hiring – new reviewers wanted!

KitGuru is hiring! If you’ve ever wanted the chance to review PC gear, then read on! We are looking for a new peripherals reviewer to join the team, covering mice, keyboards, headsets etc. Prior experience is not strictly necessary, but we would like to see some example works from applicants. 

We are looking for someone who will be able to produce reviews of a range of PC peripherals, either in video or written form and in the KitGuru style. Any experience in this sector is beneficial, however we are open to all applicants provided you can give us a sample of your written or video work so we can assess your abilities.

KitGuru is a great company to work with, we are all tech enthusiasts who enjoy gaming, so we all have very similar interests. Behind the scenes it is very close knit environment and many of our team have been with us for 5 or more years.

To be considered for this position you need:

  • Skillset to present well on camera – and in English.
  • The ability to meet tight deadlines.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Some knowledge of video editing would be useful, but we have that capability in-house if we find the right candidate.
  • Strong writing ability.
  • This is a freelance position.

The successful applicant must be based in the United Kingdom, and we pay very well for this kind of work. If you are interested and feel you can meet the criteria above and want to work in this fast moving, extremely demanding sector then please send your CV along with any samples of your work to our Deputy Editor in Chief, Dominic Moass – dominic(at)kitguru.net. We would like to see samples of your work, so please send us links to any video or written review you have produced.

KitGuru says: Good luck – we are looking forward to seeing your application!

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