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.


Data Analyst

National Review is launching a new position to build our capability in data analytics across our platform(s), including but not limited to: circulation, website performance, advertising, donors & fundraising, new business ventures, cost/benefit of investment initiatives, and business projections. Specific focus includes analysis of web traffic and visitor behavior; assistance in strategies to convert web traffic to paid digital subscribers; analysis of the navigation between digital and print subscribers.


• Build, manage, improve, and automate reports, dashboards, and ongoing data analysis;

• Research new data-source opportunities that can complement or improve upon existing data generators;

• Interpret data and analyze results using statistical techniques and generate reports;

• Develop company A/B testing framework and test model quality;

• Develop and implement databases, data-collection systems, data analytics, and other strategies that optimize statistical efficiency and quality;

• Acquire data from primary or secondary data sources and maintain databases/data systems;

• Work with third-party vendors to improve the quality and organization of data delivered;

• Identify, analyze, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets and turn said reporting into tight, concise presentations, highlighting key themes and trends, to support meetings and presentations;

• Filter and clean data;

• Work with management to prioritize business and information needs;

• Locate and define new process-improvement opportunities;

• Work with RevOps, Circulation, Project, and Product Management on a daily basis to extract, organize & analyze data to advise on website, product, and/or other enhancements to improve customer experiences, reduce unnecessary overhead, and increase yield and overall revenue;

• Organize and build internal and competitive-set analysis for Editorial production to extract and demonstrate missed opportunities through data;

• Assist in new product PnL construction and forecasting KPIs;

• Derive best-practice recommendations from all reporting to share with various internal teams.


• A degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, or a comparable degree. Major or minor in a business discipline preferred;

• 1-2 years of experience with Performance Analytics. Experience with Google Analytics highly preferred;

• Experience using statistical computer languages (SQL, Python, R, etc.) to manipulate data and draw insights from large data sets;

• Knowledge and experience with Database Management and Data Modeling. Strong modeling and advanced Excel skills are required;

• Some experience with Social Analytics (, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) is a plus;

• Strong attention to detail, analytical skills, and data integrity with solid foundation in statistical techniques;

• Sense of urgency and team player.

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 and résumé to

Place ‘Data Analyst’ in the subject line.



Audience Development Manager

National Review is seeking an 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 helping to market our content products. Candidates should have a passion for news and politics, an obsession with social media, an aptitude for content curation, and experience in audience development and engagement.

You will not be merely posting social links — you will manage content and distribution strategies across the website, social, and e-mail, and a myriad of platforms including AMP, Facebook, Google, Apple News, YouTube, etc. Success will be measured by your ability to grow the NR audience, enhance brand relevance and health, and help the business team exceed revenue goals.

What you’ll do:

• Develop and execute content-marketing strategies to generate new 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;

• Manage the execution of all social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, etc.) with our content-management team;

• Spearhead new strategies to grow audience development across channels;

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

• Manage the social imprint of NRPLUS  — our subscription-based membership product — and assist 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:

• Marketing/audience-development experience in digital publishing and/or media. News and/or politics background preferred;

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

• Visionary leadership abilities rooted in strategy, analysis, and data;

• Creativity, with a bias towards urgency and perfect execution;

• A deep understanding of analytics and data (knowledge of Facebook Insights, Google Analytics, SocialFlow, and similar programming/reporting tools);

• Ability to work across many teams, including production, editorial, marketing, and 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 and résumé to

Place ‘NR Audience Development Manager’ in the subject line.




Manager, Marketing & Growth Strategy

National Review is seeking an experienced Marketing Manager to help us grow a highly engaged audience of new readers, subscribers, and community members. You are a data-driven, creative person who can develop and execute successful digital-marketing programs across email, display, and social.

This role reports to the Publisher and works closely with our Vice President of Editorial Operations to drive optimization and growth of our paid & organic digital-acquisition marketing programs.


• Develop and lead execution for NR’s robust marketing program, overseeing all campaigns to drive user acquisition, traffic, and new subscribers;

• Manage multiple ongoing campaigns across earned, owned, and paid — specifically through, email, social, & display;

• Develop engagement and retention strategies for paid subscription products; promotional, transactional, triggered, and special-offer-focused strategies to drive retention & revenue growth;

• Devise and implement testing, targeting, and segmentation to maximize subscription conversion across all channels;

• Oversee creative assets and develop compelling, on-brand creative to meet campaign objectives;

• Optimize onsite acquisition and customer funnel, and ensure messaging consistency and brand voice across all channels;

• 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;

• Coordinate Print Magazine marketing efforts with Circulation team, including in-magazine and mailed promotions;

• Assist in growing affiliate marketing, e-commerce, and events strategy;

• Develop sales tools, including sell sheets, collateral, and presentations as needed to support the sales teams;

• Collaborate with Audience Development to plan and execute unpaid marketing-driven initiatives to grow our list of email subscribers and site visitors;

• Perform other marketing duties and coordination as needed to support the entire NR enterprise;

• Scheduling the deliverability of all marketing campaigns, in coordination with all other business departments.

What You Have:

• Proven marketing experience in digital publishing focused on membership acquisition & retention;

• Experience building and executing 360-degree marketing plans: paid, earned, and social for product and brand;

• Experience writing for, and designing for, print and digital marketing campaigns;

• Provable creative writing and design chops;

• Bachelor’s degree in marketing, journalism, or communications preferred;

• Visionary leadership rooted in strategy, analysis and data, and creativity, with a bias towards urgency and perfect execution;

• A strong understanding of analytics and data (knowledge of Facebook Insights, Google Analytics, ComScore and/or similar programming/reporting tools are a must)

• Comfortability working across many teams, including product, editorial, and sales.

About Us:

National Review has been America’s magazine 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;

• 401K contribution;

• Remote Summer Fridays;

• Generous paid time off.

To Apply:

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to and list “Manager, Marketing & Growth Strategy” in the subject line.




Managing Editor, Digital (

Here is a rare opportunity: an excellent job in a senior position at an institution that is the best of its kind.

National Review Online, the nation’s premier online source of political news, conservative opinion, and cultural commentary seeks a digital managing editor to work out of its Manhattan office. This is a demanding position that will carry with it much of the responsibility for the day-to-day editing and operations and longer-term planning of a website with dozens of writers, contributors, and editors and millions of regular readers.

This is not an entry-level position, nor would it be a good fit for aspiring cable-news pundits or columnists. Instead, the digital editor will be focused on implementation of National Review’s editorial mission on the digital side. Working under the editor, the digital managing editor will participate in long-term planning (assisting with story assignments and commissioning articles, scheduling, developing the editorial calendar, etc.) and daily management, ensuring that the pace of publication on NRO and within the Corner and its other subsections remains steady and lively, that NR style and standards are adhered to from copy-editing to fact-checking, and that the voice, tone, and content of NRO is consistent with National Review’s longstanding values. We want a website that moves as quickly as Twitter and reads as well as our print magazine.

To that end, we are looking for someone with a real track record in digital operations, with a focus on adding and retaining readers, building traffic, and deploying our resources to maximum effect. Which is to say, the editor in this position will touch on many critical areas: editing and oversight, improving the user experience, building audience and engagement, and doing all that in a way that is consistent with National Review’s style, wit, and intellectual seriousness.

As noted, this is not an entry-level position, and the position comes with compensation appropriate to the caliber of journalist we wish to hire for it. The position offers a great deal of flexibility, and it requires a great deal of flexibility as well—expect long days with some nights and weekends as the news and our publishing schedule requires. The upside is a senior role at the best publication of its kind, one with a 64-year track record of journalistic excellence and intellectual leadership.

National Review enjoys great reach and resources backed by a first-rate organization, a staff of outstanding writers and editors, along with a large and impressive network of editorial contributors, subject-area experts, and sources. There is no better place to do the kind of journalism we do. National Review has to live with the same financial realities as any other digital publisher, and we manage the resources we have prudently, but this is not a profit-oriented operation. It is a mission. If you share that mission, then this is where you want to work. There are few publications that can boast of having had an equal influence on American political life.

National Review is a publication devoted to conservative thinking, with a particular style and sensibility all its own, and a successful digital managing editor will understand these and sympathize with them. But the successful candidate need not have a background in conservative media or conservative activism; we encourage those with backgrounds in newspapers and general-interest magazines, mainstream journalism and publishing, and related fields to apply. We are looking for someone with creative ideas and a well-documented history of putting them into practice. Candidates should possess a high level of competence in editing (this will be tested), a love of language, excellent news judgment, the ability to manage editors and writers and their schedules, a knowledge of the subjects and ideas important to our readers, and a great deal of energy.


• Manage production and publishing of content on the National Review website.

• Participate in the daily editorial meeting to help set priorities for the day.

• Recommend selection and order of pieces for the next day in consultation with the editor.

• Oversee all copy-editing and manage the editorial workflow. This includes assigning, editing, and proofreading work, and ensuring work schedule reflects editorial priorities.

• Ensure editing and proofing of copy is of the highest quality, providing ongoing feedback to editors and working to develop best practices. Maintain and enforce NR’s style guide.

• Oversee contributions to the Corner from entry into the content-management system to editing to final publication.

• Develop content from in-depth story ideas to suggestions for quick-turnaround blog posts. Distribute assignments to staff and contributors in consultation with the editor.

• Track and manage writer production levels.

• Monitor news throughout the day for breaking news.

• Oversee and track web analytics to monitor reader engagement, make necessary content adjustments, assure traffic goals are being met.

• Manage web editors, news editor and NYC interns.

• Help to hone our digital offering, including advancing our subscription service, NRPLUS.


• At least five years of experience working in a digital journalism environment.

• Proven skills in managing numerous staff and projects, both on and off-site.

• Superior editorial judgment and editing abilities.

• Experience using social media to find and promote stories.

• Technologically apt, including familiarity with content management systems (preferably WordPress), SEO & tagging best practices, and web analytics tools.

• Understand National Review’s unique mission, its history, and its position in the world of conservative commentary, and share its aims and principles.

• Be ready to work from our Manhattan office.

Please send a concise résumé and letter to




Office Assistant

National Review Institute (NRI) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), charitable organization, established to support the mission of its sister organization, National Review, Inc., a leading national magazine and online publication. National Review business and editorial operations are housed in the same office with NRI.

NRI is seeking an Office Assistant who will be responsible for assisting office operations and management. Applicants should be self-starters who can anticipate the needs of a busy office and enjoy working in a professional, fast-paced environment. The Office Assistant will report to the Vice President of Finance and Operations. This position will be based at NRI’s headquarters in New York City and key responsibilities include:

• Serve as office liaison at front desk; cordially receive guests, managing security check-in;

• Co-ordinate schedules for conference rooms, appointments for key personnel; manage office maintenance appointments;

• Assist with the performance of various executive, managerial, and administrative tasks, such as database maintenance, data entry, mailings, and other ad hoc projects.

• Provide professional communication answering main phone lines: screening appropriately, as well as answering questions and addressing complaints;

• Assist with general office upkeep; maintaining reception, pantry, conference rooms, and communal spaces; manage the ordering and budget for office supplies;

• Assist with the coordination of meetings and events: ordering business meals, preparing materials, and set-up and clean-up for in-office corporate meetings, events, and evening receptions.


The Office Assistant should ideally have completed a bachelor’s degree and have at least two years prior office experience. Ideal candidates will demonstrate professionalism, excellent communication, organizational, time management, and multi-tasking skills, and a strong attention to detail. Living in New York City or close proximity is desirable due to the work requirements. The Office Assistant must have facility with basic computer software programs.


Competitive salary commensurate with experience.

To Apply:

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to, subject line: “Office Assistant.” The cover letter should explain how your skills, experience, and future goals relate to the position and organization.



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