Red Bull is on the search for a deputy editor for U.S. edition of the Red Bulletin, the energy drink company’s global sport, lifestyle, art and culture magazine. With offices in New York and Los Angeles, candidates can choose to be based in either location.
The ideal candidate will help create compelling editorial content for the 100-page magazine, which focuses on the creative and adventurous world of Red Bull. You’ll be responsible for keeping the Red Bulletin current on events and athletes, writing and editing stories in the Bullevard and Listings section, in addition to larger features. There will be some work for the company’s corporate arm, and opportunities to contribute to RedBull.com.
To be considered, you should have at least five years of experience editing a major U.S. magazine. Those with excellent news judgment and knowledge of industries such as sports, culture, entertainment, music, and lifestyle are highly preferred. Red Bull puts a strong emphasis on its values, so we suggest you bone up on its mission and motto before your interview. Ready to get your wings? Apply here.
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