Work from Home for NRO as a Web Producer!

by NRO Staff

National Review Online is seeking a daytime web producer — a full-time, work-from-home position for the right candidate. If you are a formidable and fast producer of quality web content, possessing a unique blend of editorial, tech, and artistic skills, this could be just the opportunity for you.

The ideal candidate will be able to meet the following requirements from Day One:

#more#Requirements:

– Management of all homepage content during regular business hours: node creation and treatments (adding artwork; special-case html work); adding/deleting/shuffling nodes based on editor instructions; node proofing and correcting, node editing for fit; etc.

– Management of homepage queues for NRO app and mobile themes

– Arting-up newly posted articles and blog posts (image acquisition, cropping, and retouching, as well as from-scratch image creation)

– Slideshow builds (image acquisition, caption writing, headline treatments, and html work on delivery of themes by editors) and slideshow proofing (applying edits to existing captions and titles; recreating sub-par artwork, etc.)

– Show/node production for audio and video, from internal builds (media-file extractions/uploads, splash images, blurbs, titles) to homepage nodes

– Featured layover production (e.g., cartoons and photoshops of the day)

– Preparation of special-themed homepages (logos, backgrounds, font-treatments, etc.) for holidays and major political/world happenings

– Some CMS (Drupal) management and troubleshooting

Skill Requirements:

– Strong proofreading/editing skills

– Strong title, blurb, and caption-writing skills

– Strong html and css skills

– Strong image-work skills (Photoshop, Fireworks, etc.)

– Experience with open-source CMS (Drupal) a plus

– Knowledge of political issues a plus

Compensation/Benefits:

* Compensation depends on demonstrated skill level

* 401(k), medical, vacation

This is a full-time, 9-5, work-from-home position, with extra hours required for scheduled special events and unplanned news cycles. Rigorous testing to verify skill sets will be employed during the vetting process.

Send cover letter and resume to:

Jim Kilbridge
[email protected]