Business Reports Editor
Cambridge, MA, or San Francisco, CA, bureau
MIT Technology Review, a national magazine and website published by MIT, is looking for an ambitious and well-organized editor to produce its business reports. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced journalist familiar with both technology and business. The role will involve working closely with senior staff to conceive one of the company’s most important products, and with the design and editorial teams to produce the reports. The job requires the ability to manage the production of the reports, including working with freelance writers, under tight deadlines, producing high-quality original content. He or she will have a deep understanding and interest in how technology is affecting businesses and strong contacts in both the business and technology communities. The editor will also be responsible for managing several other special editorial projects each year.
This is a full-time position, located in our Cambridge, MA or San Francisco offices.
- • Conceive, assign, and edit six business reports a year.
- • Work closely with the design team to ensure that the reports are compelling across all our publishing platforms.
- • Produce additional premium contents for each of the reports
- • Build a network of sources among the world’s leading authorities on the interactions of business and technology.
- • Manage several other annual editorial projects.
- • At least five years of journalism experience as a science, business or technology journalist. Demonstrated excellence in editing and managing editorial projects.
- • The ability to write and edit stories that will satisfy a demanding, intelligent, technology savvy and highly literate audience.
- • BA/BS in science, technology, business or the equivalent required. Graduate degree in journalism desirable.
MIT Technology Review offers an intellectually charged, creative work environment with competitive compensation and benefits through MIT.
To apply: please visit web.mit.edu/jobs 10488. No phone calls or recruiters, please.