American Society of Magazine Editors

Job Board

To post a job or internship opening please send your listing to asme@magazine.org.

July 21, 2017

Genome magazine is seeking a talented freelance web editor to help us deliver outstanding content to our existing audience and to attract new readers. The ideal candidate will manage and post daily programming and news coverage, oversee a team of freelance writers, and have a keen interest in genomics and personalized medicine.

July 20, 2017

The Senior Editor/Writer supports the planning, creation, and production of NAIS editorial content, in print and online, across multiple channels. This position focuses primarily on the creation and production of Independent School magazine, NAIS’s quarterly flagship publication, but also works across the Membership and Community Engagement Team to create and edit additional NAIS content and identify cross-promotional opportunities.

Washington, DC
July 14, 2017

SourceMedia’s Investment Adviser Group seeks an accomplished digital journalist with solid credentials covering wealth management and personal finance. The successful candidate will emphasize SourceMedia's digital-first mandate in assigning, editing and writing content for Financial Planning, On Wall Street and Bank Investment Consultant.

New York, NY
July 13, 2017

Oprah.com is seeking a hard-working, web-savvy and enthusiastic intern to join our staff in our NYC office this fall. This is a part-time, unpaid internship position. Interns MUST be available to work in our Manhattan office 2-3 days per week.

New York, NY
June 12, 2017

The Smithsonian Institution is currently accepting applications to fill the following vacancy: Senior Editor, Prologue. Who may be considered for employment: All qualified candidates eligible to work in the United States.

Washington, DC
June 6, 2017

Sidwell Friends, a coeducational Quaker school with campuses in Bethesda, Maryland, and Washington, DC, seeks a managing editor for its Department of Communications. The managing editor is responsible for the writing, editing, and production of the Alumni Magazine, as well as the School’s other print and digital publications, including the website and social media channels.

Washington, DC
June 2, 2017

The Associate Creative Director serves as one of several editorial leaders of a monthly magazine with 5 million readers. The primary responsibilities are overseeing the editorial lineup in tandem with the Creative Director, planning and executing the feature well, and directing departments in the magazine. In addition, this editor will manage and mentor junior members of the staff, research and develop story ideas, assign narrative features, edit copy; as well as collaborate with designers and other editors on layout, infographics, and feature packages.

Dallas, TX
June 2, 2017

Garden & Gun is seeking an experienced senior-level editor to join our Charleston, South Carolina-based team and help expand our award-winning food and drink coverage. The ideal candidate is immersed in Southern food culture—its past, present, and future. G&G readers value story as much as service. So while you can recommend the best restaurants in every city in the South at a moment’s notice, you also know how to craft stories that take readers there.

Charleston, South Carolina
May 18, 2017

The Trace is seeking a correspondent to write deeply reported articles on gun violence in Chicago and the Midwest. This is an opportunity for a journalist with experience covering law enforcement, public health, public policy, or business to dig deep on issues that matter, like firearms access and trafficking, the policing of violent crime, health care equity and victims services, and responses to trauma in communities recording high — and often rising — rates of shootings.

May 18, 2017

The Trace’s mission is to use journalism to shine a light on America’s gun violence crisis. It’s a beat where there is no such thing as a slow news day. We’re looking for a smart, versatile, diligent writer to help readers make sense of the latest developments, chase down underexamined angles, and support our team in producing watchdog reporting on an issue with vast influence on community safety, public health, politics, law enforcement, racial inequality, criminal justice, and more.

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