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In order to keep up with an ever-so expanding community, we have opened up a new positions on the Editorial Team.

The number listed in brackets indicates the number of open positions available. Please make sure that you read and follow the instructions; those of you who fail to do so will not be considered.

Intel Editor (1)

AMD Editior (1)

Case Mods & Cases Editor (3)

Air-Cooling Editor (1)

Networking Editor (1)

Video Games Editor (1)

ATi Editor (1)

NVIDIA Editor (1)

Coding and Programming Editor (1)

Thank you for your attention smile.gif

All positions close May 1st at midnight!

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Intel Editor


The Intel Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of Intel.

The day to day duties of the Intel Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to Intel.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the Intel Section organized and updated.


The Intel Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our Intel community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the Intel Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations

  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of the Intel platform.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.



Next Steps
  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "INTEL EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
  • If you submit your name but are not selected, thank you very much for your time. This is one of many positions that will be offered up. Keep your eyes open!
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AMD Editor

The AMD Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of AMD.

The day to day duties of the AMD Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to AMD.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the AMD Section organized and updated.



The AMD Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our AMD community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the AMD Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations
  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of the Intel platform.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.



Next Steps

  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "AMD EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on Tuesday, October 6th. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
  • If you submit your name but are not selected, thank you very much for your time. This is one of many positions that will be offered up. Keep your eyes open!
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Case Mods & Cases Editor

The Case Mods & Cases Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of Case Mods & Cases.

The day to day duties of the Case Mods & Cases Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to Case Mods & Cases.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the Case Mods & Cases Section organized and updated.



The Case Mods & Cases Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our Case Mods & Cases community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the Case Mods & Cases Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations
  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of Case Mods & Cases.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.



Next Steps

  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "CASE MODS & CASES EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
  • If you submit your name but are not selected, thank you very much for your time. This is one of many positions that will be offered up. Keep your eyes open!
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Air-Cooling Editor

The Air-Cooling Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of Air-Cooling (AMD and Intel).

The day to day duties of the Air-Cooling Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to Air-Cooling on both platforms (AMD and Intel).
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the Air-Cooling Section organized and updated.

The Air-Cooling Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our Air-Cooling community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the Air-Cooling Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations
  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software related to Air-Cooling.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of Air-Cooling.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.

Next Steps


  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "AIR-COOLING EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
  • If you submit your name but are not selected, thank you very much for your time. This is one of many positions that will be offered up. Keep your eyes open!
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Networking Editor

The Networking Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of Networking.

The day to day duties of the Networking Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to Networking.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the Networking Section organized and updated.

The Networking Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our Networking community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the Networking Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations

  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software related to Networking.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of Networking.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.

Next Steps
  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "NETWORKING EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
  • If you submit your name but are not selected, thank you very much for your time. This is one of many positions that will be offered up. Keep your eyes open!
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Video Games Editor

The Video Games Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of Video Games.

The day to day duties of the Video Games Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to Video Games.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the Video Games Section organized and updated.



The Video Games Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our Video Games community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the Video Games Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations
  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of the Video Games platform.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.



Next Steps

  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "VIDEO GAMES EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
  • If you submit your name but are not selected, thank you very much for your time. This is one of many positions that will be offered up. Keep your eyes open!
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ATi Editor

The ATi Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of ATi.

The day to day duties of the ATi Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to ATi.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the ATi Section organized and updated.



The ATi Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our ATi community.

Payment


While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the ATi Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations
  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software related to ATi.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of ATi.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.


Next Steps

  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "ATi EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
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NVIDIA Editor

The NVIDIA Editor is responsible for ensuring Overclock.net provides our members and guests with pertinent and useful information related to all aspects of NVIDIA.

The day to day duties of the NVIDIA Editor would entail:
  • Keeping on top of hardware and software developments related to NVIDIA.
  • Publishing new content (guide, how-to, info, opinion, FAQ, etc.)
  • Keeping the NVIDIA Section organized and updated.



The NVIDIA Editor will not be limited to the duties listed above. He or she will be able to pursue any relevant project/event/contest, which would benefit our NVIDIA community.

Payment

While the job does not pay in a monetary sense, the NVIDIA Editor will have a very important role within the community. The Forum Editor badge will be placed in your postbit for as long as you live up to the title.

Expectations
  • Excellent technical background with regards to both hardware and software related to NVIDIA.
  • Demonstrate dedication to and knowledge of NVIDIA.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A professional approach.
  • An active participant within the community 5+ days a week.
  • An addiction to going above and beyond to call of duty.
  • Documentation of work in the Editor's Forum.



Next Steps
  • So you have what it takes and want to apply? Now it's your turn to sell yourself. Be sure to provide examples of why you would be the perfect selection for the position. Do not hesitate to apply if you are interested. PLEASE TITLE YOUR PM WITH THE SUBJECT "NVIDIA EDITOR"
  • Please submit a "cover letter" style of application to myself via the private messaging system. Here.
  • Submissions must be received by midnight Eastern time on May 1st. The Editor will be announced shortly after all applications have been reviewed.
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Good luck to all applicants. :)

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