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Fine Cooking Seeks Editor With the Recipe for Success

Calling all hungry job seekers! Fine Cooking magazine is looking for a creative and experienced editor to join its Newtown, Conn. team.

You’ll be responsible for managing the magazine’s editorial content, art and test kitchen, producing all regular issues of the magazine in addition to overseeing special issues. Ready for your close-up? Good, because you’ll also be representing Fine Cooking in the media, while collaborating with the advertising, sales and marketing teams on issue plans.

If this job looks good enough to eat, listen up. You’ll need at least eight years of journalism experience, with at least five years in magazine editorial and two years of management experience. It’s a cooking magazine, but being an avid Food Network viewer isn’t going to cut it. You’ll need a culinary degree, professional cooking experience or proven culinary knowledge to land the gig. Interested? Apply here.

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Lucky Magazine Seeks ‘Special’ Senior Editor

If this job opening were on the rack at a Barney’s warehouse sale, chaos would ensue. Lucky magazine is currently looking for a new senior editor of special sections.

Fashion-loving candidates should have a mind for business and e-commerce, as well as a knack for managing people and projects. Naturally, you’ll need top-notch writing and editing skills, but with your background, that’s a given.

To land the gig, you should be a Web-savvy individual with at least seven years of magazine experience. Lucky is looking for a creative and organized multi-tasker, who is not only a source of ideas, but also has the ability to cultivate editorial partnerships. If this sounds like you, apply here.

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‘Miami Social’ Star Michael Cohen is Hiring

Michael Cohen, one of the stars of Bravo’s short-lived series Miami Social, is looking to hire an addition to the editorial team of his website, AskMichaelCohen.com. As you’ve probably guessed, the gig is based in North Miami Beach, Fla..

In this role, you would be responsible for managing multiple stories from start to finish, including their copy and artwork. The fashion site focuses on “all things relevant, indulgent, stylish, and worth buzzing about,” so you should have your finger on the pulse of the industry.

With just three years of experience and familiarity with AP Style, you could be the right person for the job. Top-notch writing and editing skills are must-haves, and creative, self-motivated individuals are most wanted. If you have a passion for fashion, apply here.

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Head Back to College as West Virginia University’s New Communications Specialist

Calling all writers! West Virginia University is looking for a new communications specialist to join its University Relations team in Morgantown, W. Va.

In this role, you’ll identify, craft and manage high-quality editorial content for the school’s news, marketing and public information materials. You should be Web-savvy, as you’ll be dealing with the online news, social media, periodicals and more. You’re basically signing up to be the primary media relations contact for your assigned academic disciplines, promoting key initiatives, responding to information requests and helping to develop communications strategies.

To be considered, you’ll need a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or a related field. Significant related experience will do, too, as team players with cross-platform knowledge are most wanted. If interested, grab a few of your best writing samples and apply here.

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Boston.com Seeks Wicked Smart Mobile Engineer

Boston.com is calling! The popular regional site is looking for a mobile application engineer to help build optimized apps for its loyal users.

If you’re up for the challenge, you should have in-depth iOS experience and a strong interest in mobile web technologies. You’ll not only be creating apps with the best user experience in mind, but you’ll also be developing a common framework for future applications.

To be considered, you’ll need to have experience in Objective-C, working with the latest iOS SDK and connecting apps to web services. You should have extensive knowledge of Xcode 3.0, as well as the know-how to develop iPhone/iPad applications with standard and custom UI components. Interested? Apply here.

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WebMD Seeks Health-Conscious Programming Manager

WebMD has helped us all out during late-night hypochondriac moments, and now you can be a part of that go-to website. The Atlanta-based company is now looking for a new manager of programming and content.

Okay, so you won’t be dispensing medical advice, but you will be a part of the health & wellness channels team, focusing on funded editorial revenue management. Your main responsibilities will be to develop and improve company tools and processes and conducting performance analysis of funded editorial programs.

To land the position, you’ll need at least five years of experience in Web programming, contract delivery and/or online media management. You have to be super analytical and an organizational whiz, as you’ll be translating a ton of data into key nuggets of information. If you’re comfortable with metrics reports and can work well with others, apply here.

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People Magazine Seeks Tech-Savvy Tablet Designer

Calling all freelancers! People magazine has a great full-time opening for a talented, tech-savvy tablet designer to join its New York team.

If you land the gig, you’ll be responsible for conceptualizing and translating print design into a tablet format, working closely with the mag’s editors to maintain continuity. No sweat, right?

To be considered, you should have several years of consumer print editorial experience, as well as expert knowledge of InDesign and Adobe Creative Suite. Those with digital or Web experience are most wanted. Interested? Grab your portfolio and apply here.

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Joonbug.com Seeks NYC Expert for Editor-in-Chief Gig

If you know all there is to know about New York City, Joonbug.com needs you. The site is looking for a new editor-in-chief to join its editorial team.

In this role, you’ll be responsible to creating engaging content about NYC nightlife, fashion, music, entertainment, food and more. You’ll manage editors, writers and interns, while helping to develop strategies and an editorial calendar for the site. You’ll also collaborate with the publicity and marketing teams on editorial support for Joonbug events, and help with press releases and promotional copy as needed.

To land this gig, you should have a strong editorial background and the ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively, in a small entrepreneurial environment. Naturally, you’ll need exceptional writing and editing skills, and be able to deliver under deadline. Interested? Apply here.

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Twist Seeks True Belieber for Art Director Gig

If you can name all of Taylor Swift’s ex boyfriends and know that there are no typos in “Jelena,” Twist needs you. The magazine is currently looking for a new art director to join its Englewood Cliffs, N.J. team.

Working closely with the editor-in-chief, you’ll contribute to the visual direction, layout, design and production of the magazine. You’ll design pages for all sections of the magazine, including the cover, and supervise the junior designer and art assistant. Of course, you’ll also collaborate with editors, and be a part of some production work.

To land the gig, you should have three to five years of publishing experience, and be able to work under strict deadlines. Those who can develop strong visual concepts for covers and feature articles are most wanted. Naturally, you should be proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator, and a love of the teen world will earn you extra bonus points. Interested? Apply here.

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The Rundown Seeks Miami Editor With the Lowdown

Attention, Miami jobseekers. The Rundown is on the search for a new savvy editor for the Miami edition of its daily email newsletter.

The ideal candidate has his or her finger on the pulse of South Florida, and could school the Real Housewives of Miami on where they should really be hanging out. South Beach isn’t the only place for action in this area, and you know the who, what, when and where about anywhere worth spending your time and money.

To land this gig, you’ll need to have two to three years of writing and editing lifestyle content and/or men’s magazine-style content. You should also have basic HTML experience and know your way around content management systems. Those who have an eye for detail and a passion for the Miami area should apply here.

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