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Do You Want to Work for Alicia Keys?!

Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys is looking for someone to run her new website - is this job for you?!

Alicia Keys

The singer has teamed up with Monster.com to search nationally for a Head Blogger for her forthcoming website, IAAS.com (I Am a Super Woman). The search kicks off Tuesday, April 6 and runs through May 3.

"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," comments Alicia Keys. "Combing the country is a big undertaking and I'm incredibly grateful to have Monster.com as a partner in this extensive and exciting process!"

Keys says the site will be an "inspiring online neighborhood for super women to check in with what other super women are thinking, doing, feeling, working on, eating, buying, wearing and laughing about, and to prompt discussions on things the modern super woman cares about."

Here's how the job search works: Monster.com will comb through the thousands of resumes that are expected to be received for this job. A select group of applicants will then be asked to submit videos and writing samples to a prestigious advisory panel, including Alicia Keys, her core team of executives and Ted Gilvar, Global Chief Marketing Officer for Monster.com.

By May, the top 10 candidates will be selected and flown to New York to meet the Advisory Panel in person. The top three candidates will then be sent to London to meet Alicia and for their final assignment, they must blog about The Black Ball UK on May 27, Alicia's black-tie charity event benefiting Keep a Child Alive. The new Head Blogger will be announced on June 25 in New York City.

IAAS.com officially launches in July 2010, once the Head Blogger position is filled. Over the course of the next year, it will grow into a full, editorial site with a unique point of view. IAAS.com is the first major undertaking for AK Worldwide, Inc. the company Keys opened as the home and incubator for a number of ventures developing outside her career in music.

For more information, visit Keys' site www.iamasuperwoman.com/