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Publication or Company Pacific Standard Magazine
Job Title Digital Director
Industry Magazine Publishing
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Job Duration Full Time
Job Location Santa Barbara, CA
Job Requirements PSmag.com is the Internet arm of Pacific Standard, a bimonthly print magazine of that aims to put the social and behavioral sciences in conversation with the national debate. We’re expanding our team by hiring a Digital Director, responsible for:

Overseeing all content on PSmag.com, ensuring it fits with and bolsters the mission to put social and behavioral science research in lively conversation with the news and the national debate. Support and development of editors who are responsible for various subject areas at PSmag.com. Manage the acquisition of bloggers for PSmag.com who will complement, and strengthen the site’s mission. Proactively use best practices to grow traffic to site, including establishment and execution of social media strategies. Develop feature story ideas that can be influential in policymaking, across platforms. Manage web producer, staff writer, and associate editor. Working with editorial staff and Web Producer, create, conceive, and execute web extras to complement print features.

Pacific Standard is based in Santa Barbara, California. Our ideal candidate would have at five to eight years experience in online editing and management, and a knowledge of the academic landscape in social and behavioral sciences.

Send your cover letter and resume, by February 8th, to Kihana Langdon, Klangdon@psmag.com
About Our Company Pacific Standard provides a unique perspective and insight into the social, political, and economic forces defining the world today. With an emphasis on fact-based, research-driven content; the magazine publishes fresh, compelling articles on the global economy, environmental issues, education, and health penned by foremost journalists, scholars, and subject matter experts. Pacific Standard is essential reading for policymakers, thought leaders, and influential audiences interested in the latest innovation and ingenuity shaping research, industry, and global policy.

Our publications include a bimonthly print magazine, Pacific Standard, and a website, PSmag.com. All material in the magazine is posted, after a delay, at PSmag.com.
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