Documentary filmmakers and investigative reporters have a lot in common: a commitment to changing the world through storytelling, a dedication to shine light into places rarely seen, and the patience to follow a story wherever it leads. And, right now, the most interesting practitioners of both crafts are experimenting and reinventing—combining short form and long, using iterative formats, and connecting with new audiences on new platforms.
Mother Jones is looking for a managing/production editor to coordinate and corral the work of reporters and editors in three bureaus, including overseeing the production of our award-winning print magazine. You should be a workflow genius, a skilled negotiator, ridiculously organized, flexible, meticulous, and a born collaborator.
Prevention, the leading health and wellness brand, seeks a creative, organized, and resourceful Food & Nutrition Editor to join our staff in either our New York or Emmaus, PA location. This position reports to the Executive Editor.
Men’s Health is seeking an experienced and imaginative editor to work in all editorial facets of the world’s leading health and wellness brand. This editor will plan, assign, write and edit stories in all of our pillar departments—fitness, health, nutrition, weight loss, relationships, style, and career.
Rodale is seeking an experienced digital editor to be in charge of daily news and assist with service-related content at Runner’s World. The ideal candidate has experience reporting, editing, and directing news coverage for an online operation, as well as experience producing evergreen/service content.
Thanks to a campus-wide commitment to research and teaching on the many facets of environmental problems, the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for Environmental Journalism awards five Ted Scripps Fellowships each year. This flexible, non-degree program provides a wide range of intellectual resources and allows fellows to tailor these resources to meet their needs and interests. Over the course of an academic year, fellows deepen their knowledge of the environment through courses, weekly seminars, and field trips. They also engage in independent study expected to lead to a significant piece of journalistic work.