World Politics Review, an online source of news and analysis on global affairs, is seeking a production associate to handle all aspects of preparing, uploading and publishing WPR’s daily content; generating and scheduling our email newsletters; and managing our social media accounts. If you’d like to be a big part of a small team with a real impact, this is the job for you.
The production associate will be responsible for formatting and uploading files to our publishing platform; selecting and sizing photographs to accompany articles; generating and scheduling our regional and weekly newsletters; scheduling social media posts; and maintaining our contributor database as well as other administrative functions.
This is an early career position, but relevant experience is required. The ideal candidate will have experience with platforms such as WordPress, MailChimp and Hootsuite, and be very comfortable with all the tools of digital publishing. Although this is a production-oriented position, it could include opportunities to contribute editorially to the site depending on background and subject-matter expertise, so an interest in journalism and a passion for international affairs would be a distinct advantage.
WPR offers a full package of benefits and adheres to a 40-hour work week. We are currently operating remotely, but this job is limited to applicants who can work 8 a.m-5 p.m. EST and would eventually be able to work in Brooklyn or Tampa.
WPR is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment and encourage applicants from all backgrounds.
The salary for this position is $50,000 per year.
How to apply:
- Email resume to email@example.com with the subject line “Production associate”.
- In the body of your email, tell us why you want the job and what you can add to our team.
- Your resume should be the only attachment.
- Applications will be considered on a rolling basis; the final deadline for applying is Feb. 15.
- We regret that we cannot respond individually to every application. If you do not hear from us within 10 days of applying, you can assume you were not selected for an interview.