Special Projects Editor, HONOLULU Group
HONOLULU Magazine, the insider’s guide to Honolulu’s dining, culture, activities and current events, is seeking an experienced Special Projects Editor to head our special sections and marketing driven content. Responsibilities include project management and hands-on editorial work. This is a full-time regular position reporting to the Publisher of HONOLULU Magazine.
The Special Projects Editor will lead, coordinate and manage the creation of special sections, sponsored editions and all other marketing-related content for the HONOLULU Magazine Group including HONOLULU, HONOLULU Family, HONOLULU Shops, all companion blogs, email newsletters and website content. This position will write the editorial as well in addition to hiring and supervising freelancers as needed. The ideal candidate will be detail oriented, demonstrate strong project management skills to consistently meet deadlines, a strong writer, and an effective communicator and collaborator with a team including clients, sales, art directors and freelancers.
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Journalism or equivalent professional work experience;
Minimum 2 years of Marketing or Editorial experience;
Experience in managing client editorial projects preferred.
HONOLULU Magazine wants experienced illustrators, photographers and designers in Hawai‘i to submit their portfolios for possible future work with the magazine. Please send info to email@example.com.
10-WEEK EDITORIAL SUMMER INTERN
The Society of Professional Journalists—Hawai‘i chapter, accepts applications for a 10-week summer internship with the HONOLULU Magazine editorial department. The deadline has passed.
HONOLULU MAGAZINE WEB EDITORIAL INTERN
HONOLULU Magazine’s web department is looking for interns each semester (spring, summer and fall). If you want to learn more about magazines, web publishing and social media marketing, then this internship is for you! The ideal candidate shows an attention to detail, works well in a small team environment and welcomes feedback to improve. During the internship, you’ll learn to research, write and pitch story ideas for our website. You’ll get training on social media, photography and web publishing. Candidates must be available to work a minimum of 16 hours per week in the office (times and days vary depending on class schedule). The internship program is for school credit only. To apply, you must be an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a college or university internship for course credit.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Familiarity with social media
Photography a plus
Experience with content management systems a plus
Please email a cover letter, resume and two writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications for the summer 2016 internship are closed. Fall and spring internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis.