Work at Atlas
Atlas Lisboa is hiring!
What started as a little blog has become a big bad wolf of a platform for locals, immigrants, expats, and visitors to Lisbon, and we see no reason to stop now. If you’re hungry, smart, and/or sexy, we could probably use your help.
Writers and Journalists
Check out the blog’s areas of coverage and its tone, and pitch us some ideas. Make sure we haven’t covered them already. Include a couple of works you’ve written, published or not.
We’re looking for bright souls who want to gain real-world experience in the fields of journalism, marketing, social media, and partner outreach. We can work with your university if you want to receive course credit, and we’ll provide free meals and drinks, tickets to events, introductions to people in your area of interest, and, pending your performance, sweet sweet references.
WordPress Maverick/Pioneer/Tech Star
If you know WordPress, though, you can pick your own title.
You: an experienced professional with good contacts at Portuguese and/or international media outlets and a proven ability to get your clients coverage.
My.atlaslisboa.com, our marketplace for seeing Lisbon and its surroundings with trusted passionate locals, is off and running. Our premise is: we want to help employ Portugal’s underemployed in the fields in which they’re experts. Check out the tours, tell us about yourself, and send us an idea for what hidden part of Lisbon you can share with others. We also work with established guides.
Local Sales Reps
This is a commission-only job that’s right for those who are ready to pound the pavement and hit the phones to help our guides fill their tours.
It’s a very generous commission.
Ready to help us oversee everything and everyone involved in this endeavor? Can you write good, speak a couple of languages, answer emails promptly, do a bit of basic WordPress, and deal with multiple deadlines at the same time? Yeah? Let’s chat.
How to Apply and What to Expect
Please send us a message via the contact form with the position you’re applying for in the subject box.
Unless you’re applying to be an intern, you must be registered to work in Portugal and be able to file green receipts. That’s because all the jobs pay, and competitively for Lisbon, except for the intern position, which still has perks, and the sales job, which pays a generous commission on each sale.
As you can tell, we’re a bit understaffed at the moment so we may not be able to reply to every application.