The Huffington Post Is Looking For An Associate Science Editor
Location: New York City
Position Type: Full Time
About the Role:
The Huffington Post is seeking an associate editor to join the HuffPost Science team.
The ideal candidate will have a genuine passion for and broad knowledge of topics and trends in various fields of science and technology, including astronomy/spaceflight, neuroscience, biology, archaeology, paleontology, and physics. In addition, he/she will have the ability to explain complex scientific research in simple, compelling language while making the most of digital storytelling tools like GIFs, video, podcasting, and infographics. Knowledge of social media best practices (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest) also essential.
We’re looking for someone who can give our readers a front-row seat to the fascinating world of science.
* Two or more years of experience as a science journalist
* Good grasp of grammar & familiarity with web writing, SEO and AP style
* Ability to work independently and be comfortable doing so at a fast pace
* Demonstrate interest in science (avid consumer of stories about science)
* Familiarity with scientific concepts & terminology
* Familiarity with Mac essential, HTML knowledge preferred
* Knowledge of social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr)
Interested? Email a resume and cover letter to email@example.com with “Associate Science Editor” in the subject line.
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