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Publication or Company National Geographic
Job Title Senior Producer
Industry Entertainment, Internet/Online/New Media, Non-profit, Social Media
Salary Leave Blank
Job Duration Full Time
Job Location Washington, DC
Job Requirements National Geographic is seeking a Senior Web Content Producer to help with the ideation, production, development and maintenance of daily, feature stories and advertorial content for nationalgeographic.com. This person will work closely with the Creative Director of Digital to define presentation of interactive content, stories and brand identity concepts. He/she will also coordinate with stakeholders to help pitch original digital experiences that compliment or branch out from ongoing magazine and digital initiatives, and will coordinate the technical implementation. As part of the digital creative team, he/she will collaborate with the creative director, designers, videographers, photo editors and writers and lead mid- and junior-level producers.

We offer a comprehensive salary and benefits package. To review the full job description and to apply, visit www.nationalgeographic.com/jobs and search for Producer, Senior Web Content (Job ID: 5567).

National Geographic is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About Our Company The mission of the National Geographic Society is to inspire people to care about the planet. Throughout its 125-year history, it has encouraged conservation of natural resources and raised public awareness of the importance of natural places, the plants and wildlife that inhabit them, and the environmental problems that threaten them. The Society also encourages stewardship of the planet through research and exploration, and through education.

Founded in 1888, the National Geographic Society, is one of the world's largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations, has funded more than 10,000 scientific research, conservation and exploration projects around the globe. Past and current grantees include polar explorer Robert Peary; Hiram Bingham, excavator of the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu; anthropologists Louis and Mary Leakey; mountain gorilla expert Dian Fossey; author and historian Stephen Ambrose; underwater explorer and discoverer of the sunken Titanic Robert Ballard; anthropologist Wade Davis; marine biologist Sylvia Earle; high-altitude archaeologist Johan Reinhard; and paleontologist Paul Sereno.
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