History Report on RfE:
The history behind #RomanceforEveryone begins with a previous set of admins. The original owner, !iWriteandDraw93 over the first two years helped to age and expand the literature community's understanding of romantic literature.
Although retired now, the group is now under the control of =RoyalBlackheart and her crew of helpful admins that enjoy the fine art of passionate and loving affairs in written work. Each and every one of these contributing admins leaving a footstep of memories and guided help and advise to give the members the best results possible of the romance genre of writing.
Thinking about joining?
Although it may seem intimidating, we are very considerate and welcoming to applications for new staff members! You won't be alone either in your task; other admins will willingly step up to help provide you with any information that you deem confusing and will aid you from being a mere overly enthusiastic #RomanceforEveryone member becoming a seasoned operator of the group.
We do request that you think thoroughly of the commitment and time that you can offer to RfE. Although we are understanding of your limitations and duties to real life, you will equally be required to dispense some time into keeping up RfE's demands. Be confident in yourself and be responsible when applying!
Jobs and Descriptions:
Bi-Weekly Blog Manager
This deviant will be placed in charge of the Feature blog. Every two weeks, they will collect some of the best submissions offered into #RomanceforEveryone's Gallery and showcase them in a journal with a short explanation as to why this submission was chosen and by whom. This person will dictate time to reading some of the literature to be placed into the Featured folder that will later go into the Feature blog, and will read any notes sent in of lit recommended by members.
Bi-Weekly Blog Helpers
Unlike the manager; who will have a final decision in what goes in the Feature blog, this deviant is used to aid in finding wonderful romance deviations. This person will note the Bi-Weekly Blog Feature Manager of romantic literature they have read coming in to RfE and explain in a brief summary why they believe that the work deserves to be showcased. Members should feel free to similarly suggest to these people suggestions to be later featured.
Despite how overwhelming this job title sounds, it is rather easy. This deviant will scrounge around other literature groups, will watch the latest news feeds, and will offer support and advice in the latest contests in the literature community. These individuals are asked to create a monthly journal on what is going on in the literature community; sometimes even bi-weekly depending on how active the lit community is.
Things they look into include: Contests (for Lit only), Prompts, Tutorials, Lit Projects, Beta Reading, NaNoWriMo, Lit Critiquing Opportunities, deviantART updates (Such as Sta.sh Writer updates). A general following of news articles, events and journals regarding the literature community.
This job is relatively easy. These set of deviants will look over the submissions to the Critique folder to see if the members submitting here are following the dynamic set of rules in place. It is not required but recommended that you also know how to give a decent critique in case a member notes the group that they have not yet received a critique after an extended period of time.
These guys will always be in high demand. The GA's are the one's that approve deviations flooding into every folder except for the Critique folder (as that is obviously the Critique Approvers job). They will be checking to see if you have placed your work into the appropriate folder and will likely be the one's answering your questions the most frequently. These deviants also tend to be the judges in contests and general help around here.
Keep in mind that as #RomanceforEveryone grows, more operator assistance and new positions may open.
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Experience: (What have you done to prepare you for this position? Worked on a high school magazine? Joined the staff of other clubs?)
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The best of luck to you!