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Post Date:Oct 09, 2019Type:Full time
Start Date:10/10/19Salary:
Location: United States - New York - New York Job Reference:
Job Description:

Nu Origins is an independent Afrocentric lifestyle and politics magazine that speaks to the conscious cultural audience by highlighting the vibrancy of Afrocentric lifestyles, fashion, music, and current events. We aim to shed light on cultural and political issues affecting the African, West Indian, and African-American cultures and are often overlooked or misrepresented by mainstream media.

We are presently searching for an editor with organizational and editorial skills, as well as a strong interest and passion for Black culture and the Afrocentric lifestyle.

Responsibilities and Duties 

  • Support and work with the managing editor, reporters, contributors and interns
  • Liaise between the interns, contributors, editorial team and the publisher
  • Maintain, schedule and update team resources on the Google Suite and Airtable
  • Brainstorm, edit and publish articles onto the website
  • Respond to emails and inquiries, and reach out to potential contacts and interviewees
  • Write and submit weekly news list and weekly newsletter
  • Schedule posts and update social media sites

Qualifications and Skills

  • Prior experience writing and/or editorial experience for any news or editorial publication
  • Knowledge of AP Style
  • Knowledge of G Suite and Wordpress
  • High attention to detail and organized
  • Must take initiative and be deadline oriented
  • Well-versed on all social media platforms
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Must live in NYC

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Contact Information
nuorigins magazine
Kevin Golding
275 Clarkson Ave
New York, NY 11226
United States
Ph: 6462087709
Fax: 2123852418

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