|Publication or Company
||The Nation Magazine
||Internet/Online/New Media, Magazine Publishing, Print & Online Production
||New York, NY
||The Nation magazine seeks a full-time, self-motivated, problem-solving
production coordinator with strong organizational and interpersonal
skills. This position will assist in the management of all aspects of the
weekly print and online production process, act as liaison between all
internal departments; coordinate and collaborate with editors to produce
weekly magazine layouts; communicate with editors for changes, conflicts,
deadlines and quality expectations. Responsibilities include ad trafficking,
page layout, typesetting, some web production, photo research and color
correction. The right candidate should have editorial experience to join our
motivated, engaged team.
The ideal candidate should have:
3+ years in editorial design -- weekly publishing experience a strong plus
Expertise in Adobe InDesign
Experience with K4 preferred
Experience with MagPlus
Strong proficiency/expertise in Photoshop & Illustrator
Fluency in HTML & CSS
Print experience strongly preferred
Ability to work quickly
Ability to juggle multiple projects
Attention to detail
Strong communication skills
Ability to work flexible hours
Background in journalism a plus.
Some experience with Desktop Support in a Mixed Macintosh (85%) Windows (15%) networked environment (assisting/in support of the Technology Manager).
Experience troubleshooting basic issues with printers and copiers. Willingness to
learn and gain more experience in this area.
Competitive salary and excellent benefits. The Nation is an equal opportunity employer.
People of color and minorities strongly encouraged to apply. Email cover letter, rèsumè and salary requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls please.
|About Our Company
||Founded in 1865, The Nation is Americas oldest weekly magazine and now the most widely read print/digital political journal. Online at www.thenation.com. Long serving as a kind of early warning system, The Nation exposes abuses of power through its investigative reporting, thoughtful analysis, and incisive commentary. Proudly independent
of political parties and corporate interests, The Nation speaks to an engaged, concerned, and influential audience and explores, in print and on-line, issues often ignored by the mainstream media. Published to inform the national debate on critical issues of the day, for over 147 years The Nation has been a champion of civil liberties, human rights, peace, and economic justice.