Since 1955, National Review has employed the best and brightest in all areas of content publishing. From time to time we have openings in writing, editing, production, advertising, marketing, fundraising, circulation, web development, and various other publishing disciplines for both our print and online publications. Visit this page regularly to learn about the great employment opportunities currently available at National Review.


OPEN POSITIONS AT NATIONAL REVIEW


Sr. Manager, Revenue Operations

National Review seeks a Programmatic and Ad Operations “Jack/Jane of all trades” to manage all Revenue Operations.

This individual will play a pivotal role as National Review continues to grow following a massive site redesign & platform update, participating in daily conversations around overall strategy, including product offerings, vendor partnerships, and processes & procedures to name a few. Reporting directly to the Publisher, this role will begin as an individual post handling all aspects of ad & revenue operations & reporting, and will offer significant growth potential with the opportunity to grow into a Director-level position, becoming the main revenue operations decision maker and managing a team as the digital footprint of National Review grows.

Responsibilities:
• Serve as lead strategist (alongside any hired consultants) for all digital advertising operations, including but not limited to tagging structure, ad sizes & placements (creating product opportunities tied to potential ad revenue), new ad tech, and any partnerships relating to digital advertising operations.

• Trafficking, maintaining and optimizing all advertising campaigns, including programmatic, within DFP.

• Serves as lead and lead strategist on all programmatic deals, including but not limited to PMP set-up & maintenance, programmatic direct, etc.

• Speaks with partner organization(s) to increase ad volume & value

• Sets up vendors in tech stack & serves as Technical Sales Engineer for programmatic negotiation & implementation

• Manage portfolio of vendors by monitoring delivery, identifying opportunities for growth and areas of risk, and troubleshooting issues while meeting financial goals of National Review.

• Develop new vendor and technology relationships while maintaining old ones including Google, A9 and AppNexus.

• Generate monthly reports for executive management and Sales to help inform of inventory trends, potential issues, and overall revenue by method

• Inform supply reporting and analytics: deliver media forecasts and revenue pipeline for syndication partners.

• Interact with finance/billing, and ad operations teams to resolve reporting discrepancies and build revenue reports.

• Develop performance media benchmarks.

• Oversee 3rd party print & digital fulfillment partner to ensure their reporting is accurate and they are keeping to desired deliverables.

Skills and Qualifications:
• Degree from an accredited college or university.

• 3-5 years of direct DFP & ad trafficking a must.

• Advanced Excel a must (pivot tables, vlookup).

• Knowledge of Google DFP, ad tags & vendor qualification testing.

• Desire to engage in significant education and grow within industry; attend media events & conferences.

• Comfortable in a fast-paced and changing environment.

• Extremely proactive, self-sufficient and highly organized, with the ability to manage and prioritize multiple and varied tasks in a timely manner.

• Enjoy working independently and in a collaborative team environment, sharing knowledge across departments.

• Eager to learn multiple aspects of the digital media landscape.

• Flexible hours & after-hours event attendance as required.

• Some travel for conferences (Digiday, AdMonsters, IAB, etc) required.

About us:

National Review has been America’s paper of record for conservative fact and opinion since 1955. NR’s detailed analysis and commentary on news, politics, current events, and culture is delivered across multiple platforms, including print and digital.

Some perks & benefits of working at National Review:

• Competitive salary and health-care packages

• Annual bonus plan

• 401(k) contribution

• Remote Summer Fridays

• Generous paid time off

To be considered:

Please email cover letter & resume to recruiting@nationalreview.com

Place ‘Sr. Manager, Revenue Operations’ in the subject line. In your cover letter please answer the following question: National Review was founded in what year?

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Audience Development Manager

National Review is looking for an experienced Audience Development Manager. The ideal candidate is equal parts content marketing/ audience development/ and social whiz. You will be responsible for increasing traffic, raising the brand’s profile, building a loyal following on various social media networks, and marketing our content products. A passion for news and politics, an obsession with social media, an aptitude in content curation, and experience in audience development and engagement are key.

You will not be merely posting social links — you will manage content and distribution strategy across the website, mobile, app, social, email, and a myriad of platforms (AMP, Facebook IA, Google Newsstand, Apple News, Youtube, etc.). Success will be measured by the ability to grow audience, brand relevance, maintain the health of the brand and exceed revenue goals.

What you’ll do:

• Develop and execute content marketing strategy to generate website traffic and boost user engagement on all platforms

• Develop and execute creative programming for NR’s social channels that meet the editorial, marketing, and advertising goals of the brand

• Define and report on our audiences and how we can drive them across all of our offerings, i.e. how does our YouTube channel tie to our site, and how do our podcasts tie to our video & events etc?

• Manage the execution of all social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, plus emerging platforms)

• Spearhead new strategies to grow audience development across channels

• Identify and develop partners for traffic swaps, events, & syndication

• Manage NRPLUS social imprint and assists with other NRPLUS-related developmental projects

• Use analytics and data to inform and improve decision making. Use external/internal data platforms (e.g. Google Analytics, etc.) to analyze data and determine long term strategies

What you have:

• 3+ years of marketing/audience development experience in digital publishing &/or media agency — news and/or politics background preferred

• Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, marketing, or another digital media field preferred

• Provide visionary leadership rooted in strategy, analysis & data, creativity, with a bias towards urgency and perfect execution

• Possesses a deep understanding of analytics and data (knowledge of Facebook Insights, Google Analytics, SocialFlow and similar programming/reporting tools are a must)

• Is comfortable working across many teams, including production, editorial, marketing, sales

About us:

National Review has been America’s paper of record for conservative fact and opinion since 1955. NR’s detailed analysis and commentary on news, politics, current events, and culture is delivered across multiple platforms, including print and digital.

Some perks & benefits of working at National Review:

• Competitive salary and health-care packages

• Annual bonus plan

• 401(k) contribution

• Remote Summer Fridays

• Generous paid time off

To be considered:

Please email cover letter & resume to recruiting@nationalreview.com

Place ‘NR Audience Development Manager’ in the subject line. In your cover letter please answer the following question: National Review was founded in what year?

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OPEN POSITIONS AT NATIONAL REVIEW INSTITUTE


There are no open positions at National Review Institute at this time.

About NRI:

Since 1955, National Review magazine has defined the modern conservative movement and enjoys the broadest allegiance of American conservatives. National Review Institute (NRI)  was founded by William F. Buckley Jr. as a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization in 1991. NRI’s mission is to advance the conservative principles he championed, complement the mission of the magazine, and support NR’s best talent.

Bill Buckley sought to preserve and buttress the foundations of our free society and to conserve our inheritance from America’s Founders. NRI supports conservative writers and their ideas on how to guard and build on our country’s strengths, core principles, and freedoms, how to revitalize and add vigor and practical application to our conservative convictions, and how to better influence our culture while opposing its determined foes.

The Institute’s educational programs bring together leaders in business, philanthropy, media, and policy to help strengthen the broader conservative movement, while also educating emerging leaders and our fellow citizens on the principles of a free society. Our partnership programs send NR’s best talent across the country, thereby amplifying and expanding the reach of the National Review mission. More information is available at www.nrinstitute.org.

The success of NRI’s programming over the past two years laid the foundation for a major institutional transition. On August 1, 2015, NRI and National Review underwent a significant reorganization: The magazine and website — corporately National Review, Inc. — became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Institute. These two vital components of American conservatism have joined forces so that the entire National Review enterprise is assured of having a truly profound consequence, both now and for years to come. All aspects of the NR family are now joined. Under the leadership and guidance of Editor-in-Chief Rich Lowry, NR will remain America’s largest circulation and influential magazine for conservative news, commentary, and opinion, while NRI will continue to support NR’s best talent by providing high-quality conservative programming that complements and expands upon the critical legacy and NR’s mission entrusted to both organizations by Bill Buckley.

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