Collider Is Looking for a Los Angeles Intern [Updated]

     May 18, 2012

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Attention Collider readers: business is a-boomin’.  We’re experiencing some great growth here at the site, which means our content will only be getting better and more extensive in the months to come.  This also means that we need a little help behind-the-scenes, so we’re looking for a Los Angeles-based intern to join the Collider team.  Job responsibilities will include helping to transcribe interviews, helping out on red carpets, pitching in at Comic-Con, offering sacrifices to the Movie Gods, and the like.  You won’t be doing the same thing day-in and day-out, so flexibility and a sense of adventure are key.

Applicants will need to have a car, be willing to travel in and around the Los Angeles area, and you’ll need to be able to make working at designated times a priority.  Hit the jump to find out how to apply.

Update after the jump

In order to apply for an intern gig, please send a cover letter, an explanation of why you think you’d be good at the job, and a few examples of your writing to thecollidermailbox@gmail.com with COLLIDER INTERN in the subject line.  We’ll go through the applications and contact those that we think would be a good fit.  It’ll be a great chance to get some experience for those of you with aspirations in the film or television field, and there are more than a few perks that come with the job.  Have at it, fine readers!

Update:  Steve here. I’ll be starting to look over the applications next week.  So if you sent in an email and you’ve been wondering what’s up, I’ll be contacting people soon.  And if you haven’t sent in an email yet, you still have time.

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