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Web Producer/Content Manager

National Review is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual with experience and skills in web content management, writing and editing for the web, and site management — bonus points if you have experience in managing social accounts for media brands, video editing/ production experience, building photo galleries, or SEO experience. The website content manager will be responsible for web production & content management across all aspects of the organization’s online presence and for maintaining site standards.

We’ll trust you to:

• Help create and manage production of content in a variety of formats including articles, photo galleries, videos, podcasts, and email

• Serve as a resource for content expertise – answer internal and external questions on content production, publishing processes and procedures as well as editorial matters

• Raise, discuss, and resolve content production issues
Curate content on main landing pages to optimize user experience

You’ll need to have:

• Experience (1-2 years) in an online publishing or content management role — News and/or Politics background preferred

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

• Ability to produce content for a range of platforms: web, mobile, and social

• An analytical mind, simultaneously scientific and creative in your approach to using data to make content decisions

• Basic knowledge of HTML (preferred)

• Flexibility with work hours that will involve time outside the 9-to-5 weekday hours; off-shift work required in urgent news situations

• Intellectual vigor & zeal for politics

Bonus points for:

• Web Video editing & production, building photo galleries, podcasting

• Social media posting experience (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Reddit)

• SEO/ Search Engine Optimization chops

• Photo Editing Software & Web Analytics

Candidates must reside in the Greater NYC area as the position is based in Midtown Manhattan.

To Be Considered:

Please email cover letter & resume to:

Place ‘MB: NR Content Manager 2018’ in the subject line.



Web Managing Editor

National Review is seeking a Web managing editor to join its New York office. The managing editor will work closely with the editor to oversee the day-to-day operations of the website’s editorial activities; commission and edit online features from freelancers and staff; assign editing to other editors on staff; supervise junior editorial staff; oversee the daily publication schedule and copy flow; manage payment for contributors; evaluate submissions and pitches; and assist in developing and executing editorial strategy.

The ideal candidate will have:

• excellent writing and editing skills

• experience with digital publishing

• the ability to juggle a wide range of tasks on short deadlines and work well with writers, editors, and Web producers

• management experience and skills

• a strong interest in and understanding of politics and policy

Applicants should send a résumé and cover letter to:




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