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Are you a talented photographer with a deep appreciation for food, design, lifestyle and city culture specifically pertaining to Toronto? If so, this is the role for you. Photographers play a critical role in our organization and we are on the lookout for a dedicated individual who has experience with food photography, street photography and interior design photography.
We are growing our team of freelance writers and are looking for a dedicated guide writer who has an in-depth knowledge of Toronto’s food scene and knows the ins and outs of must-visit or underrated spots in the city. Our ideal candidate is highly creative and full of new ideas when it comes to story pitches and is always thinking three steps ahead when it comes to strategizing new and engaging content.
We are growing our team of writers and are looking for a dedicated spot writer who has a deep knowledge of Toronto’s food scene and must-visit spots in the city. Our ideal candidate has a strong voice and knows how to write in an informative, knowledgeable and unbiased way. We are looking for a writer who can tell a story that is clear, concise, educated and stylish, without the tendency to fall back on cliches, vague claims, hyperboles or personal bias.
Our recipes section is a critical pillar of our content strategy -- we are looking to build a team of talented, creative and out-of-the-box creators to join our team of recipe developers. As a recipe developer, you will be responsible for planning weekly recipe ideas, cooking your dish, shooting photos for use on the website and Instagram and writing up your final recipe for submission.
Recipe developers will work in close tandem with other developers and editors to build a content strategy and pay close attention to trends, holidays and seasons that could influence what people are cooking.
As a fullstack developer for Taste Media, you'll be responsible for updating and maintaining our digital assets and web apps. This includes developing new features, fixing bugs, fire fighting when there's an outage, monitoring/reporting, and managing the long-term health of the codebases. You will be the chief technical architect, and will need to make informed choices about how to approach technical challenges as they arise, as well as make technical recommendations to the stakeholders.