National Review Seeks Assistant to the Publisher
We’ve got miles to go before we sleep, and so much more to accomplish — why don’t you become part of the team that helps NR survive, and thrive? This position will be a confidential assistant to the Publisher, based in the NYC headquarters, and require capable and proficient skills in all things administrative, and assist in numerous business undertakings, from circulation and PR to book publishing and NR’s famed cruise program. This will require a cheerful and punctual person, of good disposition, with sound knowledge and love for NR, who is open to occasional travel and paper cuts, not afraid to pitch in, lacking a diva gene, incapable of whining, and adept at the art of sincere camaraderie. This is a full-time Monday-to-Friday gig, with some late-hours and standard benefits. It’s available immediately, and if the right person comes along, we’re acting pronto. Are you the right person? Are you game to be part of the most consequential journal (and website!) of opinion — never mind conservative opinion — ever? If you are then send your resume and a formal cover letter — which MUST include salary requirements — as attachments, to Jack Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line should read, simply, “Assistant to the Publisher.” Those are simple instructions: Please follow them.