The chart-topping R&B superstar is advertising a job on Monster to find a blogger for her soon to launch online property
Alicia Keys is doing her bit for the economy - by hiring a head blogger for her new website IAAS.com (I Am A Superwoman).
‘With IAAS.com, I'll be displaying my 'voice' in a different way and need just the right person to help me express a point of view that I don't think exists yet in the blog world,' she said in a statement.
Alicia wants the website to be a ‘neighbourhood, an online community' where women can ‘talk about places that we love to go, talk about our children and our families, talk about our jobs and our careers... and how to really get to the places that you dream of.'
Ten finalists, who must be willing to relocate to New York and hold a US working visa, will be flown to the States, with the final three candidates asked to blog about the Black Ball ceremony in London. The lucky job-hunter who secures the position will be announced at the end of June.
She isn't just looking for superfans, either. According to the job listing, applicants must have two to three years of experience, a Bachelor's degree and the willingness to be interviewed on television (at least throughout the interview process).
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