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Assistant editor, Golfweek.com

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by nmasuda@golfweek.com, Mar 8, 2012.

    Are you looking to get your career jumpstarted at a website that is coming off the best five months in its history? Are you really amped about the idea of editing one day, building a database the next, blogging the following day, jumping in front of a camera the next day and then finishing off your week running the desk? And being part of a a highly respected team?

    Then this position is for you.

    We have an immediate opening for an assistant editor at Golfweek.com, where you will play numerous roles within the building. This includes writing, editing, video production, social media and print/digital design and compiling weekly agate.

    We are growing fast and we are looking to add an energetic person to the mix that will bring plenty of ideas, as well as the talent to execute on those ideas.

    We are looking for this person to make an immediate impact and therefore are looking to fill the position quickly. The heart of the golf season is upon us.

    This position is considered to be entry level, with the ability to grow quickly beyond that and into prominent roles with Golfweek and at Turnstile Publishing.

    Required qualifications
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Knowledge of InDesign and the Adobe Creative Suite
    • Good editing/headline writing skills
    • Proficiency with AP style
    • Proven ability to use social media effectively
    • Ability to write, blog and generate content

    Desired qualifications
    • Knowledge of HTML5 and other web languages
    • Some video background
    • Knowledge of golf, including junior, amateur and college platforms
    • Working knowledge of content management systems (we work on Ellington)

    Please send all resumes and work samples via e-mail to:

    Nick Masuda
    Director, Digital Content & Innovation
  2. golfanatic

    golfanatic New Member

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