Marie Claire is looking for a Fashion Editor on a part time basis (3 days per week, 22.5 hours) who loves storytelling to position Marie Claire as a digital destination that is brimming with intelligent, fun and purpose-driven fashion content, featuring the most coveted designers and sustainable and up-and-coming brands.
As Fashion Editor as Marie Claire you'll be working with the Editor and Editor in Chief leading the Fashion offering (on-site and across wider digital touchpoints) to make sure that Marie Claire’s fashion finger is firmly on the pulse. Your remit will include everything from fashion news and features to how-to’s and celebrity (Royal) style/shopping, whilst ensuring all content produced is full of personality and reflects the Marie Claire brand tone.
The Special Projects Editor is a senior member of Travel + Leisure’s editorial team, reporting to the Executive Editor. S/he/they will work closely with the Executive Editor on assigning and editing Features and Experiences stories, and bringing in/managing new writers. Most importantly, they will run the World’s Best Awards, T+L’s signature survey franchise, a major print-digital collaboration that includes a 35+ page magazine package and 100+ pieces of digital content. The Special Projects Editor is the linchpin of the franchise, which is a major revenue driver for the brand. The ideal candidate should have significant experience and proven success producing sophisticated, audience-delighting, high-profile content.
The Spruce Eats is Looking for Associate Commerce Editor
The Spruce Eats is seeking an Associate Commerce Editor to help write and edit updates to our food- and kitchen-related product roundups and reviews. The ideal candidate is a digitally savvy editor who is passionate about products. Culinary school and/or professional culinary experience and social video interests/skills are a plus, and you’ll also be expected to participate in testing both at home and in our Birmingham lab.
This position will involve updating existing content with fresh testing data or new product releases, producing and publishing content in our CMS, and tracking and reporting the success of all editorial efforts. You may also be asked to do some assigning and editing, working with our network of freelancers. This job requires both analytical and editorial skills to help you provide readers with trusted recommendations tailored to their budgets and needs.
Popular Mechanics is Looking For Temporary Writer
Oprah Daily is Looking For Associate Books Editor
Oprah Daily seeks a passionate book nerd to join our renowned Books department as a full-time Associate Books Editor! This person will support the Books Director, Print & Digital, as a reader and a scout, helping to evaluate and manage incoming submissions as well as outreach from publishers, writers, and agents. The Associate Books Editor will also contribute book reviews and write book news stories, as well as maintain the department’s editorial calendar and build stories for the website. Candidates must have strong written and verbal communication skills, an attention to detail and a good proofreading/copy editing eye. They should have a familiarity with the Oprah brand and a passion for the mission and editorial vision of our brand: making it a daily practice to live your best life.
House Beautiful is Looking For Style and Interiors Editor (Maternity Cover - Feb 2024)
The Style and Interiors Editor has responsibility for planning and producing style and interiors editorial content for House Beautiful. Creating content as well as repurposing existing editorials from the Hearst network and archives. This role requires a strong writer as well as solid visual skills.
W Magazine is Looking For Senior Accessories & Jewelry Editor
W Magazine is hiring a Senior Editor, Accessories and Jewelry to cover the accessories market, work on photoshoots, mentor junior staffers and represent our brand on appointments and at industry events.
The Senior Editor will be on the fashion team working across W Magazine. This role is based in New York and will report directly to the Fashion Director.
The Luxury Editor is responsible for producing interiors, art, watches, jewellery and accessories stories for Vogue’s print edition and all digital platforms. The role reports into the European Deputy Editor in order to produce stories and identify content appropriate for British Vogue and markets across Europe and beyond. The ideal candidate will be well connected in the luxury market and, covering such a key sector, will play an important role in helping shape Vogue’s voice. This is a part time position - working 3 days per week.
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