More than 1.5 million people globally visit MSW every month. Part of the task we have set ourselves is not only to tell people when it will be pumping, but also to curate the surfing experience, to spread the science behind the creation of swells, document sessions, and tell the stories of people who chase waves and dedicate their lives to documenting waves. We are looking for a keen talent to replace Struan (who is off to take up a Phd is South America) someone willing to engage in the hard work behind the scenes. Perhaps you are a recent graduate from a journalism or media degree, or you have significant experience writing about surfing? This might well be your first real job, we're seeking the person, not necessarily the qualifications. Although you must have experience within surf and journalism. You would be joining a small team based in Kingsbridge, South Devon (in the UK). You will play a key role in creating features, curating and building the site and social audience, conducting interviews, manage projects etc.
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*You don't need to be surfer to work for us. We design and build a web application, not laze around at the beach. Although if you have an interest in it or another action sport of a similar nature you may receive a high 5 so definitely mention it.
“I love to surf and I love to code, developing software at Magicseaweed is like no other job in the world.”Gavin Cooper, Software Engineer
“You're able to influence how the most popular world wide surf forecast is developed.”Adam Primmer, Graphic Designer