The New York Times is looking to hire some experienced news editors, Times editor for news presentation Patrick LaForge tweeted this afternoon. Read More
Dalkey Archive Press announced they are hiring earlier this week with perhaps the worst job listing we have ever seen.
How bad? Well, the successful applicant will “not have any other commitments (personal or professional) that will interfere with their work at the Press (family obligations, writing, involvement with other organizations, degrees to be finished, holidays to be taken, weddings to attend in Rio, etc.),” be willing to put the survival of the Indie Press before their own for a very low salary, “look forward” to a “rigorous and challenging probationary period.”
And what would constitute grounds for dismissal? Great question! Just about anything, apparently: Read More
Are you a publicist looking for something to direct? Do you like your opinions liberal and your commentary trenchant? How do you feel about Katha Pollitt? Because The Nation is looking for a new publicity director.
Last night, an email went out to Nation mailing list alerting readers that the magazine is looking for a publicity director to “oversee and implement the publicity and syndication programs for both the print publication and thenation.com.” Like all ideal candidates in all job listings everywhere, the ideal candidate for this position will be “detail oriented” and good with tight deadlines. Read More
Are you an editor in chief in need of a publication? Well, The Village Voice is hiring.
The Voice needs to replace Tony Ortega, who jumped ship/got pushed out of the alt weekly last week and is now focusing on Scientology-related pursuits. The ad for the position (below) was posted today on JournalismJobs.com. Read More