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


Audience Growth Marketing Manager

National Review is looking for an experienced Audience Growth 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 Product Director to drive optimization and growth of our paid & organic digital-acquisition marketing programs.

What you’ll do:

• 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

• 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

What you have:

• 5-7+ years of digital 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

• 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 deep understanding of analytics and data (knowledge of Facebook Insights, Google Analytics, ComScore and 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 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 Growth Marketing 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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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: recruiting@nationalreview.com

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

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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: editorial.applications@nationalreview.com

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