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Web Producer, Branded Content (Freelance)
Integrated Marketing Manager
Web Developer
Associate Editor, Social Media for The Cut
Advertising Integrated Sales Planner
Freelance Fact-Checker, Print
Freelance Submissions
New York Magazine Junior Reporting-Writing Internship Program
Business Development – Internship (Paid)

Creative Services

Web Producer, Branded Content (Freelance)

Reports to:
Creative Director

Position Overview:
New York Media, owner of New York magazine, nymag.com, The Cut, Vulture, Grub Street, and Science of Us, is seeking a freelance Web Producer, Branded Content to work with New York’s in-house creative studio in executing top-shelf custom content for advertising clients. Primary duties include setting up sponsored content posts using the site CMS, updating posts with edits prior to launch, and liaising with the Development team to ensure project quality and timelines. The Web Producer will also work with the digital advertising team in a project management and trafficking capacity.

Qualifications/Skills Include:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Communications, Advertising/Marketing, Journalism, or related fields
  • Basic HTML fluency
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Organized, detail-oriented, collaborative, independent, and resourceful
  • Ability to multi-task and pivot seamlessly from management of one project to another, from one platform to another in both the short and long term
  • Desire to learn and develop skills in web production and/or advertising
  • Passion for our ad products and flexibility to work in an ever-evolving industry and fast-paced environment

To apply: Send a résumé and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with "WP – CS, NYM" in the subject line. Please include hourly salary requirements in your cover letter.

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.

Integrated Marketing Manager

Creative Services, Marketing & Events

Reports to:
Integrated Creative Services Director

Position Overview:

The Integrated Marketing Manager in the Creative Services Department of New York Media develops multiplatform marketing strategies to meet and exceed the needs of our clients and help generate new business in assigned categories. Acting as a central point of contact for New York magazine and our digital platforms (nymag.com, Vulture, The Cut, Science of Us, Grub Street) advertising sales staff, he/she will leverage the broad range of New York Media brand assets—print, digital, branded content, social media, and events—to create engaging, multiplatform opportunities.

Responsibilities:

  • Conceptualizing and articulating creative ideas in response to RFPs from clients and for overall sales development initiatives
  • Oversee the delivery and execution of several programs with multiple advertisers at any given time
  • Collaborate with the Social Media Manager/Branded Content Manager as well as other appropriate team members to develop "Never Been Done Before" integrated marketing programs
  • Maintain and monitor proposal logs and budget allocations
  • Generate production schedules, manage deadlines, handle client updates, and approvals
  • Oversee requests to the art department for creative materials, including proposal mock-ups, digital ad campaigns, microsites, invites, signage, recaps, sell sheets, etc.

Job Specifications:

  • 5+ years digital/print/interactive experience delivering multi-channel communications programs
  • Minimum 3 years experience with the FASHION category/industry a MUST for this position
  • Creativity and flexibility in a fast-paced, dynamic work atmosphere
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multitask for multiple clients
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with all support departments
  • Familiarity with digital and print media planning, buying and billing
  • Print/digital publishing and agency experience helpful

To apply: Please send your salary requirements, CV and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with “IMM - NYM” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.

Web Technology & Development

Web Developer

Position Overview: New York Magazine is seeking a Web Developer with the talent to work on high-profile, delightfully designed websites including NYMag.com, Vulture.com, TheCut.com, Grubstreet.com, and much more. We love creating the responsive web and learning every day how to make it a better place. If you'd like to join us, drop us a line.

Responsibilities:

  • Write HTML, CSS, and Javascript that others will be happy to read.
  • Collaborate with designers, making sure delightful UX details result in smart, enjoyable reader experiences.
  • Join knowledgeable product managers to turn great ideas into experiences that readers will genuinely appreciate.
  • Be comfortable talking about code: yours, your colleague's, and that open source project that makes life so much easier.
  • Identify and address bottlenecks to make sure every webpage goes from request to render in a few short seconds.
  • Create sites that are both accessible and forward-compatible through the healthy use of Web Standards.
  • Use Progressive Enhancement to take advantage of new techniques without leaving our audience behind.
  • Know how to get the job done today, while you're on the lookout for a better way for us to work tomorrow.

The Technologies We Use:

  • HTML5 & CSS3: Write semantic markup that robots love. Know that <div>s are the elements of last resort. Arrange the trickiest of layouts, while keeping your CSS simple.
  • Responsive Design: Implement designs that flow from Phone to Phablet to Tablet to Desktop without getting dizzy.
  • Client-side Javascript: Love Javascript. Walking the DOM is a walk in the park. "use strict" isn't optional for you. Promises look promising.
  • Server-side Javascript: Node.js and NPM are the bee's knees.
  • Images: Have opinions on the best use of GIFs, JPGs, PNGs, SVGs and whether they should be in a sprite sheet, base64-encoded, data:inlined, linked or not used at all. Deliver retina images when needed, and not a pixel more.
  • Frameworks: Know when they save you time, when they get in the way, and how to spot frameworks that aren't worth the trouble.
  • Git: Know when rebasing is your best friend, and when it can get you into hot water.

We are offering qualified candidates competitive compensation, a personal budget for training and conferences, plenty of paid time off, and modern hardware to work with.

This position reports to the Director of Web Development.

This position is full-time and based at our SoHo office in New York, NY.

To apply: Please send your salary requirements, CV and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with “Web Dev - NYM” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.

Audience Development

Associate Editor, Social Media for The Cut

Reports to:
Executive Director of Audience Development

Position Overview:
This position executes the social media efforts of New York Media, including daily content creation. The top priorities are to manage and augment the Company’s social media communities, create and/or rethink content for social media, and execute promotional initiatives. This position will focus on social media efforts for The Cut, NYM’s fashion/women’s interest site, while also touching upon NYM’s other verticals as needed.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Take a lead role in the execution of The Cut’s social media strategies, look for ways to increase interactions, and optimize content for sharing/virality. Contribute a high volume of posts on a daily basis across multiple social media platforms. Expert knowledge of Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr and Reddit required.
  • Ensure comprehensive social support for key editorial events and packages. Live-tweet and/or cover cultural and news events as assigned.
  • Assist with comment moderation on the New York Media websites.
  • Coordinate efforts in the social media channels made by Editorial, PR and Marketing. Provide guidance and support to the NYM writers to facilitate contributions in social media.
  • Under the direction of the website editors, maintain and add to best practices for each account with respect to tone, subject matter, frequency, and timing of posts.
  • Successfully execute unique promotional campaigns featuring incentives to join the social communities such as exclusive content, contests, insider access and other opportunities.
  • Work closely with Advertising and Marketing departments to develop and execute campaigns that include social elements and/or exposure.
  • In tandem with the Analytics team, develop a full understanding of the company’s social media audiences by vertical and advise the Editorial, Product Development, PR, Advertising, Marketing and Business Development departments on ways to improve their performance with initiatives that cross into social media.
  • Monitor trends via real-time reporting and identify ways for the company to leverage current topics of interest to a higher degree.
  • Stay abreast of relevant industry benchmarks and assess the company’s relative performance on an ongoing basis. Identify gaps and areas of opportunity for improvement.
  • Make recommendations on tools and the designs of interactive areas of NYMag.com where there is potential to inspire more sharing of content. Build business rationales based on industry best practices for specific changes to the New York Media sites.

Ideal Candidate Profile:

  • 2-4 years of experience developing and executing social media strategies
  • Background in publishing, ideally in editorial or public relations roles at media companies with a focus on fashion/women’s interest. Experience generating content for social media is critical.
  • Collegial - demonstrated ability to successfully manage interdepartmental relationships
  • Excellent writing and proofreading skills. Editorial sensibilities that align with New York’s voice, tone, and editorial POV. Knowledge of industry and competitors in the space.
  • Substantial experience with social media and CMS enterprise such as SocialFlow, Adobe Social, Bit.ly, CrowdTangle, Twitter Analytics and Facebook Insights.

To apply: Please send your salary requirements, CV and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with “Assoc Edit, SM - NYM” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.

Sales/Advertising

Advertising Integrated Sales Planner

Job Description:
New York magazine and nymag.com has an opening for an Advertising Integrated Sales Planner to support Advertising Sales and Operations.

Requirements/Skills:
Candidates for the position should have at least two years of related experience at a media company or advertising agency. Direct experience in sales planning and campaign management is preferred. The ideal candidate is highly motivated, has excellent interpersonal and written communication skills, thrives in a fast-paced environment, and is experienced using research and marketing to craft and deliver unique proposals. Strong analytical skills are a must.

Position Location: New York, NY

To apply: Please send your salary requirements, CV and cover letter to HR@NYMag.com with “Adv Integ Sales Planner - NYM” in the subject line.

Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your résumé as having been received unless your email is bounced back. No phone calls, please. EOE.

Freelance

Freelance Fact-Checker, Print

New York's research department seeks experienced freelancers to join its staff rotation of fact-checkers working on stories in the print magazine. Applicants will work on a variety of stories each week, interacting one-on-one with editors and writers, and as such should have an in-depth understanding of current events (particularly politics and finance) and pop culture, a keen eye for detail, and familiarity with search engines and databases like LexisNexis, Jstor, etc. A flexible, enthusiastic and amiable personality is a must. Familiarity with our print magazine and its sections is preferred. The ideal candidate is a recent college or journalism school graduate with fact-checking and/or at least two years proven reporting experience; experience with fact-checking feature stories is preferred. Applicants must be available for full weeks at a time--- preferably in two week blocks, though weeklong availability is acceptable.

To apply: Please send resume and a brief personal introduction to HR@nymag.com with the subject line “FL Fact-Checker - NYM”.

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your résumé as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.

Freelance Submissions

New York magazine occasionally publishes articles written by freelance writers. To pitch story ideas to the magazine, please email a letter of inquiry to editorialsubmissions@nymag.com. In the event that your story is selected for further evaluation, you will be contacted by a representative of the Editorial Department. No phone calls please. Thank you for your interest in New York.

Internships

New York Magazine Junior Reporting-Writing Internship Program

New York Media is pleased to offer a Junior Reporting-Writing Internship program beginning in September. During the three-month program, interns will be responsible for identifying, researching, and reporting newsworthy stories for the Daily Intelligencer, New York Magazine’s news website. Ideal candidates have a good eye for the people, topics, and events worth covering right now, display a reporter’s instincts for finding and following the stories that matter, and write with originality and style. A journalism background is not required; an appetite for news and a voracious curiosity is.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, résumé, three writing samples, and answers to the five application questions below to jrwp@nymag.com by August 15. Full-time applicants are preferred, but part-time applicants will also be considered. Positions pay on an hourly basis at New York State minimum wage. No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your résumé as having been received unless your email is bounced back. New York Media is an Equal-Opportunity Employer.

Junior Writing-Reporting Application Questions:

  1. Where do you get your news? Please list three outlets you read daily and three you wish you read more.
  2. Pretend you’re the news editor for the day. Pick one day this month and find five stories you think nymag.com should put on its homepage. Write a headline and propose an angle for each story
  3. Imagine the New York mayor announces a plan to legalize recreational marijuana use. Give three ideas for how you might cover the story.
  4. Do you have any special skills or areas of expertise we should know about?
  5. Please provide three references.

Business Development – Internship (Paid)

New York Media’s Business Development department is offering a PAID internship. We are looking for someone who can juggle multiple responsibilities and is interested in helping and learning across various partnership initiatives. Intern responsibilities include:

  • Programming for New York Deals emails
  • Curating collection of available deals from partners
  • Assisting with sourcing direct deals
  • Support with pitch process to major content distribution partners
  • Programming The Cut newsletters with ecommerce / shopping items
  • Monitoring / swapping e-commerce links across the New York Media sites
  • General administrative duties

Qualified candidates should be organized, detail-oriented, comfortable with data, and has good editorial sensibilities. Candidates must be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week.

Please send your résumé and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with “Biz Dev Intern — NYM.” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back. EOE.

 

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