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TV Reporter – Vulture
Senior Reporter – Vulture
Web Developer
Advertising Integrated Sales Planner
Freelance Fact-Checker, Print
Freelance Submissions

Editorial

TV Reporter — Vulture

Vulture, New York Media’s entertainment site, is looking for a new TV Reporter. The ideal candidate will combine a deep knowledge of television with a native understanding of the types of stories that fans want to share.

Requirements:

  • Experience conducting and reporting interviews and features
  • Established base of sources—especially among creative community—preferred
  • Strong understanding of how the TV industry works, and ability to translate that knowledge for a general audience
  • Intuitive sense of which aspects of different shows fans are most interested in
  • Ability to constantly generate story ideas
  • Comfortable multitasking, working quickly, and writing daily
  • Familiarity with different social media environments, and understanding of how to target stories to them
  • West Coast-based candidates encouraged

Please send your résumé and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with the subject line "TV Reporter, Vulture — NYM." Include salary requirements in your cover letter.

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.

Senior Reporter — Vulture

Vulture, New York Media’s entertainment site, is looking for a reporter to cover all aspects of the streaming business. The ideal candidate will be able to translate a deep knowledge of this fast-moving area into stories that resonate with a general audience.

Requirements:

  • Comfortable with various forms of writing—reporting, commentary, service/guide
  • Ability to write about streaming business from audience’s point of view
  • Sources at Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Spotify, HBO Go, and other streaming services
  • Understanding of how these services use data to drive programming
  • Ability to constantly generate story ideas
  • Ability to use different tools — images, GIFs, video, and other forms of multimedia — to tell stories
  • Comfortable with 24/7 social-media-driven news cycle, and able to target stories to different platforms

Please send your résumé and cover letter to hr@nymag.com with the subject line "Senior Reporter, Vulture — NYM." Include salary requirements in your cover letter.

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.

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 “Front End 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
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.

 

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