Posted in Other 15 days ago.
This is an ideal job for an experienced, digitally savvy journalist who has strong news judgment, first-read and line editing skills and the ability to optimize editorial content for digital consumption. A successful candidate will thrive while working with fellow editors and reporters to produce breaking news stories and analysis and manage digital content across multiple platforms. The candidate will also work closely with the editor in chief to explore new ways to expand our audience and engage our readers.
This role requires a unique skill set that includes a deep understanding of the news that matters most to the advertising and marketing community.
The ideal candidate is passionate about digital and web technologies and always seeking ways to increase their digital IQ. This role offers a variety of challenges from reporting and analysis, so versatility, punctuality, communication and the ability to multi-task are a must.
This position is exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not eligible for overtime pay.
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