1. TheWeek.com is hiring!

    TheWeek.com is seeking an entry level digital production assistant to join our growing team in New York City. The ideal candidate will be a hard-working, super-enthusiastic, digitally savvy journalist eager to learn about and contribute to nearly every aspect of our digital operation. This person will assist our social media editor with our Twitter/Facebook/Tumblr presences, help manage our various partnerships with other media organizations, help edit our daily podcasts, take on a big role in producing our weekly iPad edition, oversee CMS production and workflow, and do some writing, too.
    This person will work out of our New York office from roughly 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every weekday and be paid a competitive hourly wage. Like all opportunities with us, the sky’s the limit for future growth. We love to promote from within.
    To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@theweek.com, and use the subject line “Digital production assistant.”
     


  2. We’re hiring!

    Digital Production Assistant

    TheWeek.com seeks a digitally savvy newshound to manage various editorial tasks essential to our growing web presence. This person will wear many hats, but his or her main focus will be on improving TheWeek.com’s presence on social media platforms and on tablet devices. Most importantly, this person will have a strong understanding of what makes a story sharable. 

    Tasks may include: 
    Helping maintain The Week’s various social media profiles
    Analyzing traffic trends
    Daily newsletter production
    Researching, writing and formatting stories 
    Formatting weekly magazine issues for iPad and other tablet devices

    Requirements: 
    Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field
    Proven presence on and strong understanding of social sharing communities including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and others
    Familiarity with Content Management Systems and Google Analytics
    Proficiency in Photoshop and an eye for design
    Excellent news judgment and writing skills
    Basic understanding of HTML and coding a plus
    Ability to thrive in a fast-paced news environment where multitasking is a must

    This is a fulltime entry-level role based in our NYC office. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to socialmedia@theweek.com. 

     


  3. TheWeek.com is looking for a Business Editor to take ownership of the business coverage for its fast-growing, award-winning site — the online counterpart to The Week, the acclaimed national news-and-opinion magazine. This individual should be a highly organized news junkie with proven chops in the business journalism realm — and someone who can work successfully in the fast-paced environment of a breaking news-and-opinion website. Versatility is important — the ideal candidate should be enthusiastic about writing business stories of their own, and assigning and editing business stories written by other writers. Creativity is key, too. The ideal candidate will be a sharp-thinking self-starter who can imagine new and better ways to cover all things business for TheWeek.com.

    More details here

     


  4. We’re hiring!

    Seeking: Digital production assistant

    TheWeek.com seeks a digitally savvy newshound to manage various editorial tasks essential to our growing web presence. This person will wear many hats, but his or her main focus will be improving TheWeek.com’s presence on social media platforms and on tablet devices. Most importantly, this person will have a strong understanding of what makes a story sharable. This is a full time position based in New York City. 

    Tasks may include: 

    • Helping maintain The Week’s various social media profiles (Tumblr included!)
    • Analyzing traffic trends
    • Daily newsletter production
    • Researching, writing and formatting stories 
    • Formatting weekly magazine issues for iPad and other tablet devices

    Requirements: 

    • Bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field
    • Proven presence on and strong understanding of social sharing communities including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and others
    • Familiarity with Content Management Systems and Google Analytics
    • Proficiency in Photoshop and an eye for design
    • Excellent news judgment and writing skills
    • Basic understanding of HTML and coding a plus
    • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced news environment is a must

    To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to socialmedia@theweek.com. In addition, please provide links to your website, Twitter, Tumblr, and any other accounts that might showcase your web presence.