One of New Zealand’s best-loved food magazines, Dish, is looking for a Digital Editor with a passion for food and lifestyle to manage and drive our digital platforms and have an active role in commercializing the brand’s digital offerings.
The ideal candidate will have five years’ experience in journalism, preferably in magazines, news or online, and be able to turn around copy efficiently and cleanly, have an eye for detail and be an experienced digital native. They must be self-motivated, hard-working and more than capable of managing and meeting their deadlines.
The role involves pitching, creating and editing lively original content for the website and social platforms. There will also be some content contribution to the magazine required. The successful applicant will have their finger on the pulse of what is new and noteworthy within the food and lifestyle space. Implementing Dish’s social media strategy is paramount to this role.
Social media never sleeps so this role involves some after-hours commitment, including events and launches.
The successful candidate will work closely with both the editorial and sales team and will have a role in meeting Dish’s commercial digital targets. Must be proficient in Google Analytics, have worked across CMS and social media insights platforms.
Dish is produced by ICG Media, New Zealand’s leading specialist media business focusing on deep engagement across all channels, with clearly targeted communities of interest. As part of the wider Image Centre Group, ICG Media is also at the forefront of content marketing as a specialist marketing discipline.
To register your interest, please send your application and CV to the Editor - Dishat email@example.com
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