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Ladies’ Home Journal Seeks Top-Notch Deputy Editor

Margot Gilman recently left Ladies’ Home Journal, and now the heralded magazine is looking for a new deputy editor to fill her shoes. If you think you have the experience, creativity and intellect to take on the role, keep reading.

The bulk of your responsibility will be to conceive and assign features, although you will be editing front-of-book columns, top-editing lifestyle copy and contributing to larger projects for the brand, too. Do you love being in front of the camera? Great. There will be times when you’ll be asked to appear on TV in support of Ladies’ Home Journal features.

A minimum of 10 years writing and editing features at a national consumer magazine is an absolute must. Those with supervisory experience and the ability to manage a network of writers will be favored, but top-notch reporting, writing, editing and research skills are paramount. Ready to step up into the spotlight? Apply for this incredible opportunity here.

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