Food Editor - Paperboy & Metro

  • Auckland

Paperboy and Metro are part of Bauer Media New Zealand, which also publishes Woman's Day, NZ Woman's Weekly, NEXT, The Australian Women's Weekly, HOME, The Listener, North & South and many more. Based at City Works Depot, Bauer Media is a diverse, fast moving, constantly evolving multi–platform media business with over 350 people, all bringing their passion and creativity together in order to produce great products that inspire others.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about Auckland's food scene and communicating its many facets to the magazines' readers. You'll write smart, informed and absorbing long- and short-form pieces for print and digital formats, and be a pro at juggling deadlines. You'll ideally have solid previous experience as a food writer, and be as passionate about cheap eats as you are about fine dining.

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