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Woman's Day Deputy Editor

Advertiser: Bauer Media Group (NZ) LPMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
12 Mar 2019
Location
Auckland, Auckland Central
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Advertising, Arts & Media, Editing & Publishing

Woman's Day Deputy Editor

Are you crazy about celebrity gossip, reality TV and the royals? Are you a driven newshound who thrives on being first to break a story? Do you love thinking about creative concepts for photo shoots and social media? Are you passionate about stories that affect New Zealand women? If so, we might just have the fabulous job for you.

Woman’s Day, New Zealand’s top-selling weekly women’s magazine, is looking for a dynamic Deputy Editor to join its busy team.

This is a key senior role within the editorial department with the opportunity for career development. Working closely with the Editor-in-Chief and our editorial and digital teams, you will be responsible for generating story ideas, writing features, commissioning and editing copy, organising photo shoots as well as managing key contributors. You will be driven, enthusiastic and ambitious, with the ability to deliver lively and clean copy at a cracking pace. You will also create digital and video content for the nowtolove.co.nz website and help manage Woman’s Day social media accounts.

We are looking for an outstanding journalist with at least five years’ magazine or newspaper experience who will live and breathe Woman’s Day. You will be well-organised and a competitive self-starter with plenty of initiative, commercial knowledge and a commitment to editorial excellence.

Woman’s Day is part of the Bauer Media Group - the largest magazine publisher in New Zealand. We deliver essential reading to New Zealanders, with a range of lifestyle, current affairs, women’s and men’s titles. We offer a vibrant, energetic environment for people who bring passion and commitment to their work, and enjoy a culture where successes are recognised and celebrated.

Be part of the story.  Apply today with your CV and cover letter. 

Are you crazy about celebrity gossip, reality TV and the royals? Are you a driven newshound who thrives on being first to break a story? Do you love thinking about creative concepts for photo shoots and social media? Are you passionate about stories that affect New Zealand women? If so, we might just have the fabulous job for you.

Woman’s Day, New Zealand’s top-selling weekly women’s magazine, is looking for a dynamic Deputy Editor to join its busy team.

This is a key senior role within the editorial department with the opportunity for career development. Working closely with the Editor-in-Chief and our editorial and digital teams, you will be responsible for generating story ideas, writing features, commissioning and editing copy, organising photo shoots as well as managing key contributors. You will be driven, enthusiastic and ambitious, with the ability to deliver lively and clean copy at a cracking pace. You will also create digital and video content for the nowtolove.co.nz website and help manage Woman’s Day social media accounts.

We are looking for an outstanding journalist with at least five years’ magazine or newspaper experience who will live and breathe Woman’s Day. You will be well-organised and a competitive self-starter with plenty of initiative, commercial knowledge and a commitment to editorial excellence.

Woman’s Day is part of the Bauer Media Group - the largest magazine publisher in New Zealand. We deliver essential reading to New Zealanders, with a range of lifestyle, current affairs, women’s and men’s titles. We offer a vibrant, energetic environment for people who bring passion and commitment to their work, and enjoy a culture where successes are recognised and celebrated.

Be part of the story.  Apply today with your CV and cover letter. 

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