Take a gamble on BetVictor’s new role as racing correspondent

Fancy a gamble, swapping the world of recruitment for life as a horse-racing correspondent?

If so, then gaming company BetVictor has this week launched a nationwide public search for its next racing correspondent.

The successful applicant will need to:

•    Attend regular race meetings and record live interviews on course
•    Adopt hospitality responsibilities at major race meetings
•    Feature regularly on BetVictor’s social media channels, becoming a well-known face of the brand
•    Work with the media team leading on horse racing copy
•    Develop relationships with the horse racing and sports media

Applicants must be 18 and over and need to submit a two-and-a-half-minute video application, explaining why they should lead the brand’s racing coverage, by 20 January 2019. Bet you do really well…

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