MyJewishLearning, Inc. is seeking a full-time Editorial Assistant to join its dynamic team. The Editorial Assistant will work on both MyJewishLearning.com, the leading transdenominational Jewish website, and Kveller.com, a new website site offering a fresh take on Jewish parenting.
Tasks for this entry-level job will include researching editorial and visual content, loading and updating content to the websites, creating and writing e-newsletters, responding to inquiries, as well as supporting the general projects and needs of the editorial team.
Qualified candidates should have an interest in working in web publishing and have some knowledge of Jewish life and traditions. We’re looking for someone who can manage multiple projects at one time, has an eye for detail, and brings energy and creativity to their job. Previous experience writing, working with content management systems, and Photoshop are helpful.
For the full announcement, please visit JewishJobs.com.
“Full-time editorial assistant needed for Jewish Ideas Daily (www.jewishideasdaily.com), a growing website of thought, culture, politics, and religion. We are looking for someone organized and responsible, deeply and critically engaged with Jewish matters. Editorial experience and computer/tech skills are highly desirable. Competitive compensation commensurate with experience; must be based in New York. ” For the full announcement, check JewishJobs.com.
“The Forward seeks motivated journalists to contribute to its politics blog, MitzVote. Launched in time for the midterm elections, MitzVote will continue to cover Jews in American politics as momentum builds toward the 2012 elections. The Forward seeks to build a dependable cadre of knowledgeable, experienced freelancers across the country to contribute short pieces about politics on both the local and national levels — anywhere Jewish voters, candidates, issues or trends become newsworthy.”
For more information and to apply, visit JournalismJobs.com.
From the new National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia: “The Jewish Quarterly Review is holding a conference, ‘Journals & Jewish Intellectual Life: The Jewish Quarterly Review at 100′ in honor of its 100th anniversary Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Museum. The conference is free and open to the public. Space is limited and registration is required. For more information or to register, visit http://www.cjs.upenn.edu/public/jqr100/index.html.