If you’re a sports fan who knows his or her way around HTML and CMS, we have the perfect job for you. The NBA is currently looking for a Web editor to be the liaison between team reps and the league in order to create, produce and publish features on multiple team sites. Sounds like a slam dunk to us.
If hired, you’ll be responsible for coordinating league-wide initiatives and maintaining best practices for the NBA’s editorial, technology, and business priorities. Of course, you’ll be updating content on a regular basis, including news, features, photos, video, and audio. Some event coverage may be necessary, but we hardly think writing about the Finals and All-Star Weekend will be a chore.
The ideal candidate will have three years of Internet publishing experience with a background in writing. You should be familiar with publishing tools and HTML coding, and be computer savvy — yes, this means social media know-how, too. Those who aren’t passionate about the game need not apply. Interested? Apply here.
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