You’ll be managing the editorial output of BikeRadar and be the public and industry face of the brand. You will help set the strategy for the website and execute it, delivering ideas and a vision for the site and translating this into action. You will be responsible for the overall traffic performance of the site and work with the publisher, commercial, video and development teams to build on the site’s success.
You’ll have an in-depth knowledge of cycling, cycling technology and the market, preferably through work experience within the bike industry or evidence of participation in cycling. You will have a strong track record of working at a senior level in digital media and a thorough understanding of the sector, in particular, SEO and data analytics.
Excellent written English, strong organisational and planning skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines is essential. You’ll demonstrate strong leadership experience and skills, having successfully led teams in previous roles, while experience of working with teams based internationally is preferred.
If this rare opportunity to deliver the world’s best riding advice sounds like something you’d love to do, we want to hear from you.
For more information and how to apply, see the job ad for Editor-in-chief, BikeRadar. Applications close on 29 September, 2014.