Jobs and Careers

Skateboard Salad isn’t just another skateboarding website; we’re a fresh mix of culture, community, and tight turns. Our ramps are built with stories, and our halfpipes are lined with the latest trends. As a hub for skateboard enthusiasts across the globe, we pride ourselves on bringing the authentic flavor of the skateboarding world to our readers.

Current openings

Skateboarding expert writer (freelance/contract)

Key responsibilities:

  • Write knowledgeable and engaging content that captures the spirit of skateboarding, including gear reviews, culture pieces, and skill tutorials.
  • Stay abreast of the latest skateboarding trends, gear, and news to provide timely and relevant content to our community.
  • Share personal skateboarding experiences, stories, and tips with a genuine voice that resonates with both seasoned skaters and those just dropping in.
  • Engage with the Skateboard Salad community, encouraging a dialogue and fostering a place for skaters to connect and share.


  • Deeply embedded in the skateboarding culture with substantial knowledge of the sport’s history, lingo, and lifestyle.
  • A strong portfolio of written work focused on skateboarding or related action sports.
  • The ability to turn technical skateboarding knowledge into engaging, accessible content for a diverse audience.
  • A commitment to authenticity and a knack for storytelling that aligns with the Skateboard Salad brand.


  • Extensive experience and active involvement in the skateboarding scene.
  • A collection of published articles or blog posts centered on skateboarding.
  • Experience with skateboarding gear and a willingness to conduct hands-on gear and product reviews.
  • Photography or videography skills to capture dynamic skateboarding content are a plus.

How to apply:

If you’re ready to drop in and make an impact, send your resume, a gripping cover letter, and at least three writing samples that showcase your skateboarding knowledge to [email protected].

Why Skateboard Salad?

Joining Skateboard Salad means you’ll be part of a brand that’s all about the skateboarding way of life. Your contributions will help shape a platform that celebrates the art, soul, and stories of skating.

We offer competitive freelance compensation, flexible work arrangements, and a chance to be a voice in the skateboarding community that’s as vibrant as a freshly painted bowl.

Connect with us

Not finding the right fit? Skateboard Salad is always looking for contributors with a passion for skateboarding. Whether you’re a photographer, videographer, or have a unique talent that can contribute to our mission, we want to hear from you. Send your portfolio and an intro to [email protected], and let’s talk about how you can contribute to the crew.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Skateboarding is a popular action sport with many questions surrounding equipment, techniques, and safety. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about skateboarding.

Skateboarding is a sport and recreational activity that involves riding on a board with four wheels, called a skateboard. Skateboarding can be done on a variety of surfaces, such as streets, skateparks, or other specially designed areas. Skateboarding often involves performing tricks and stunts, such as ollies, kickflips, and grinds, which require a combination of balance, coordination, and skill. Skateboarding is enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels and can be a fun and challenging way to stay active and improve physical and mental health.

Like any sport, skateboarding has its risks, and it's important to wear protective gear like a helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads to minimize the risk of injury. However, with proper technique and safety precautions, skateboarding can be a fun and relatively safe activity.

Yes, skateboarding can be good for mental health! Skateboarding is a form of physical activity that can have many benefits for mental well-being. Skating can be a great way to relieve stress and release tension, and learning new skateboarding tricks can be a great way to build self-confidence and improve self-esteem.