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Nadine Cheung is a New York-based freelance writer and editor with a passion for music, movies, pop culture, food, yoga, TV, books and everything in between. Her lifestyle and entertainment content has been featured on AOL, The Huffington Post, Page Six Magazine, Billboard, PopCrush and more.

Share Your Job-Winning Resume or Cover Letter and Win Perks From

1006_jobpost_200x200Have you landed your dream job recently? Share your winning resume and cover letter with and you could win access to one of our educational events, valued at $499.

Here’s the deal: I’m going to be appearing at’s Career Circus in NYC on Aug. 4 to discuss what makes a successful resume and cover letter. I’d love to use your example on stage to examine what worked and why.

If you took a risk with your resume or letter and it paid off, or if you have an unusual story, share it with us by emailing by this Friday, July 29 at 10 a.m. Read more

The Knot Seeks Committed Account Executive for Internet Ad Sales

If you like this job, you might want to put a ring on it. The Knot is looking for an account executive in its Seattle-based internet ad sales department.

The gig is ideal for a go-getter with a strong background in online advertising sales. You own the cold call and can close deals in the blink of an eye. Others characterize you as a people person, and you can easily build relations with managers and local wedding-related businesses in order to reach sales targets and boost The Knot’s market presence.

You’re the type of individual who reaches a goal and immediately looks to the next one. You want to top yourself, yet you also have a team player mentality. If all of the above describes you, and you have two to three years of experience under your belt, apply here.

Attend’s Career Circus on August 4 in New York City to find out where the jobs are, develop a career plan and engage with media peers and leaders.

Home Is Where the Heart Is at Gilt Groupe

If you dream about textiles and know your IKEA from your Ikat, Gilt Groupe needs you. The company, which made Time‘s 50 Best Websites list last year, is looking for a new editorial director for Gilt Home.

Here, you’ll be responsible for the site’s editorial voice and presence, producing regular content for the division. You’ll be covering home decorating and design, offering advice, pinpointing trends and exploring styles and lifestyles. You should be the outgoing type, as you’ll be representing Gilt Home at industry events and appearing in a regular video series for the brand.

To land the gig, you’ll need at least 10 years of experience in home coverage, along with a demonstrated editorial background. The company is looking for candidates with an entrepreneurial spirit, management skills and sound business judgment, so make sure your resume and cover letter reflect those criteria. Interested? Apply here.

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

Starwood Seeks Luxury-Minded Senior Copywriter

If you understand what luxury is, and have endless ways to describe it, this Starwood position could be perfect for you. The international brand is looking for a senior copywriter to join its New York office.

Here, you’ll oversee the execution of all written materials, helping to create original compelling copy that is not only informative, but evokes emotion for Starwood’s four luxury/lifestyle hotel brands. You’ll work closely with the design team, providing strategic copy for brochures, promotional emails, event invitations, brand books, presentations and more.

To land the gig, you’ll need at least five years in a copywriting leadership role. The ideal candidate will become a creative leader for the company, as well as a brand champion, so study up on what Starwood is all about before you apply. Interested? Apply here.

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

The Job Market Is Looking Good for Writers

If you’re a writer, you’re in luck. Judging by the abundant listings on Mediabistro’s job board, companies are looking for scribes of all kinds.

From parenting to politics, there’s something out there for everyone. Right now, the Wall Street Journal is on the hunt for interactive news writers, while Nickelodeon is in search of a humor writer for its ParentsConnect site. Obama for America just posted a call for writers, and eHow Money is hoping to hire a few good business-minded wordsmiths.

These are freelance, part-time and full-time opportunities that are yours for the taking. So, tighten up your resume, round up a few clips and make your next career move now.

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

Babble Seeks Editor for New Dad Channel

Good news, job seekers. Babble is expanding its family and launching a new Dad channel, but it needs an editor to lead the charge. To start, the gig will be remote, and will only require about 10 hours per week, but if all goes well, you could be looking at a full-time job in no time.

In less than five years, Babble has grown into an award winning online destination, and ranked among Time magazine’s Top 50 sites of 2010. “We’re probably the only parenting site that even attempts to do any real journalism, that actually publishes great writers and writes about people’s personal experiences [and] covers the news,” founder Rufus Griscom said in an interview with Mediabistro.

If you land this editor position, that’s exactly what you’ll be a part of — that is, if you have the experience, contacts and management skills to back yourself up. Those who think they have what it takes can apply here.

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

Be a Part of Urban Daddy’s Urban Sprawl

Urban Daddy has expanded from an online destination to a top-notch media company, and it’s not stopping there. The thing about expansion, though, is that you need talent to make it successful. Could you be the secret ingredient the brand needs?

With its popular websites, award-winning app and buzzworthy events, Urban Daddy is adding a new property to its family. Manero is an “English language newsletter and website for Latino and Latin American twenty-somethings in the United States,” but the new site needs manpower. That’s where you come in.

Urban Daddy is looking for national and city editors in Miami, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles. Experienced journos and bloggers with a deep knowledge of Latin American culture, as well as a passion for food, nightlife and entertainment, will truly excel in these positions. If you want to be a part of Urban Daddy’s growing team, apply here.

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

You Could Be as Happy as These Weight Watchers Employees Are

Weight Watchers is one of the top diet programs in the country, and it looks like the company is keeping their employees mighty happy. But when you’re talking about an organization “that literally changes people’s lives, including your own,” that’s to be expected.

According to its website, a financial analyst for the company commends its “collaborative environment,” while another employee enjoys Weigh Watchers’ global perks. “By being part of an international brand, I get to work with people all over the world, from the creative department in the U.S. to the content department in China,” a program development manager says.

Of course, the company website isn’t going to highlight negative comments about its workplace, but if you put your faith in these employees, you could be looking at a pretty rewarding career. Check out all of Weight Watchers’ media-related openings here.

Job Opp: Weight Watchers Seeks Managing Editor

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

Have a Heart? Get Paid to Be a Do-Gooder

You have a big heart and want to help the world, but you have to put a roof over your head, too. You can volunteer in your spare time, but you could also go the extra mile and devote your career to a do-good organization.

Chances are you have great skills that can be applied to numerous non-profits and groups that are working toward a positive goal. For instance, if you’re an animal-loving online marketing whiz, you could snag a senior manager position at ASPCA. Communications experts could find a new home at the Food Bank For New York City, which is currently hiring at the manager level.

These are just two examples. It’s important to realize that non-profits need to be staffed just as any other company. If you’re drawn to a specific outfit, head to its website and look to see if it has a careers section. Many list their available openings right on their sites. If not, you can always send an inquiry to someone under the “Contact Us” tab, or just give the organization a call. We’re sure they’ll be happy to hear from you.

For more openings and employment news, follow The Job Post on Twitter @MBJobPost.

How to Land a Marketing Manager Gig at Mediabistro

Hey, Mediabistro fans. Have you been admiring our blogs and resources, wondering how to become a part of this highly creative and intelligent team? Well, the company is looking for a trade shows marketing manager, and we’re here to give you the inside scoop on the gig.

The opportunity will give you the chance to work for a company that is on the cutting edge of the media and tech convergence, and, according to a rep from the marketing department, it’s an environment in which self-starters and their ideas will be heard. Read more