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Slate Is Hiring! We’re Looking for a Commerce Lead, a Financial Analyst, and More.

Slate Is Hiring! We’re Looking for a Commerce Lead, a Financial Analyst, and More.

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May 25 2017 2:52 PM

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Work For Slate!

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If you love Slate and are incredibly talented, maybe you should work for us. Slate and Panoply just so happen to be hiring.

Open Positions
Commerce Lead, Slate

Slate is hiring a commerce lead to sit on the business team and build a commerce brand and function from the ground up. This pioneer will start testing content and driving commerce revenue growth. After proving initial success, the commerce lead will steadily build a team to grow the revenue stream.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop an affiliate-based commerce brand that appeals to the Slate audience
  • Manage relationship with readers, editorial, executive leadership, and affiliate partners
  • Define core performance metrics, and work with Slate's research team to create actionable dashboards and reports for understanding commerce content performance
  • Strategize with the Slate dev/tech team: think about product development and CMS tools and treatments that will promote the commerce initiatives
  • Ensure that content is consistent with Slate's voice and deepens the relationship with the Slate audience while maintaining separation of editorial and commerce content
  • Run production of the Slate gift guides from soup to nuts
  • Oversee the sharing and socializing of commerce content
  • Curate deals, consumer products and discounts for Slate's audience
  • Pitch video and podcast initiatives and identify other opportunities to leverage Slate's platforms and assets to meet commerce goals
  • Refine a consumer-centric view in your strategic thinking
  • Possess a deep understanding of current laws, requirements, and ethics around transparency and disclosure

Attributes of the Ideal Candidate:

  • At least 3 years' experience and success in a digital commerce role
  • You consume and value Slate's written and/or podcast content
  • Naturally inclined to think in a way that is experimental, adaptive, and innovative
  • Skilled in writing and editing
  • Passionate about discovering and sharing consumer products
  • A desire to build and lead a team

To apply, submit a résumé, a cover letter, and three writing samples to commercejob@slate.com

Slate is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Financial Analyst, Panoply

Panoply is looking for a financial analyst to work in the fun and fast-paced new media environment of podcasting. Stationed in our Washington office, the financial analyst will work closely with Panoply's content, sales, and technology teams while supporting our core business and broader business initiatives.

Working at Panoply means flexible office hours, casual dress, full benefits, competitive salaries, and vibrant offices in downtown Brooklyn and Washington. We have a friendly work environment, but coolness under pressure and comfort with short time horizons are musts.

Key Responsibilities:

The financial analyst will report directly to the senior manager of finance and accounting, and responsibilities will include:

  • Monthly podcast revenue analysis
  • Monthly P&L analysis
  • Calculation of partner bandwidth and technology charges
  • Preparing monthly statements for network partners
  • Budget tracking
  • Corresponding with network partners and providing assistance when needed

Requirements and Attributes of the Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate will have at least three years of accounting experience to go along with a B.S. degree in accounting, finance, or a related field. A working knowledge of accounting processes and strong analytical skills are must haves.

Panoply's Washington office is conveniently located near the subway, just steps away from the Farragut North Metro station on the Red Line. Relocation is not offered for this position; but, if your background and interests meet the requirements for this position, please send your résumé and contact information to FinancialAnalyst@panoply.fm.

Panoply is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Director of Client Services, Slate

About the Role

The director of client services will report to the VP of sales operations and will play a critical role in driving the success and retention of The Slate Group's clients and increasing revenue for the business. You will be leading a team of client services managers who will partner with sales, ad operations, product, and sales strategy to develop and execute client campaigns. We are looking for someone who has exceptional communication skills, is highly strategic and execution-driven, and can lead a growing team.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage a growing team of client services managers with a primary goal of supporting the sales team and ensuring our clients' successes
  • Responsible for measuring team performance and identifying areas of improvement. This includes the hiring, training, development, career-pathing, and performance reviews of team members
  • Present key strategic ideas and inventory offerings to sales
  • Partner with sales and other internal teams to develop creative and strategic media plans and RFP recommendations to meet advertiser KPIs, including pricing and targeting needs
  • Develop the team's campaign management responsibilities so we're optimizing toward maximum delivery and performance and recognizing every dollar that is booked
  • Responsible for all rate-card pricing and packaging of standard and sponsorship inventory
  • Develop and refine the internal sales process and workflow, including leading training and maintaining all sales process documentation
  • Proactively work with sales to help it grow existing business and win new accounts
  • Assist sales team with research discovery and data pulls, used to strengthen media recommendations

Requirements

  • 5-plus years of digital media, account management, and/or planning experience
  • 2-plus years of management experience
  • Strong organizational and adapting skills—able to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment while handling multiple projects and management of employees simultaneously
  • Familiarity with DFP, comScore, Nielsen, Salesforce, Krux, Quantcast, and other related digital tools and platforms
  • Possess both analytical and creative thinking skills, key to developing successful media plans for clients
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with managers, employees, clients, and third-party vendors
  • Can communicate clearly and concisely with other team members; must be a team player
  • BA/BS degree; MBA or advanced degree a plus

To apply please send a résumé and cover letter to clientservicesjob@slate.com.

The Slate Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Politics Editor, Slate

Slate is hiring a politics editor to drive our coverage of the Trump administration and its effect on America and the world. This position is based in Washington, although exceptional New York–based candidates may be considered. Applicants should send a résumé and cover letter to politicseditor@slate.com.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assigning and editing Slate's daily politics coverage
  • Planning and executing ambitious editorial projects, whether investigative features or conceptual packages
  • Working closely with other Slate editors to coordinate coverage
  • Giving Slate's audience the smartest possible ways to think about and understand our confounding new political order

Requirements:

  • A sharp, funny mind and pen
  • The ability to quickly find the most fascinating and illuminating kernel in every news story
  • At least 7 years' experience working as an editor online
  • Familiarity editing coverage that incorporates various digital mediums, including video, audio, interactive, infographic, and more
  • At least 5 years' experience covering U.S. politics, ideally with experience driving coverage of Congress and the executive branch
  • Experience editing both reporting and analysis—we do both
  • The ability to edit for voice, helping to nurture and elicit great work from talented writers
  • A fast metabolism and strong organizational skills
  • Smarts, kindness, humor, and generosity, all of which will help you work well with smart, kind, funny, generous colleagues

Slate is committed to excellence through diversity. We encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

Account Executive for Programmatic, Slate

The Slate Group is hiring an account executive for programmatic and brand partnerships in New York City. In this role at The Slate Group, your responsibility is to drive revenue by increasing programmatic volume and yield among new and existing partners and increase private marketplace and guaranteed deals.

Responsibilities:

  • Build Slate's programmatic business nationally through partnerships with clients and trading desks
  • Be an expert in the evolving technologies and capabilities available in the marketplace
  • Oversee pre- and post-sale process with your designated client services manager
  • Prospect for new business while developing new relationships at all levels with agency and client partners
  • Serve as a trusted consultant with partners by bringing them solution-oriented recommendations and strategies to solve challenges and exceed expectations

Qualifications:

  • 1-2 years' experience in programmatic advertising sales with a proven record of exceeding revenue goals or experience managing programmatic campaigns at a trading desk or platform
  • Fluency with the language and technology of the programmatic landscape
  • Experience with programmatic sales and program management
  • In-depth knowledge of the advertising industry's competitive landscape
  • Established relationships across clients and agencies, particularly at agency trading desks
  • Strong communication and presentation skill

Apply for this job here.

The Slate Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Ruby on Rails Developer, Panoply

Panoply is looking for a Ruby on Rails developer to work in the fun and fast-paced new media environment of podcasting. The developer will work closely with the technology and product teams in our Washington office to develop technology that shapes the future of podcasting.

Working at Panoply means flexible office hours, casual dress, full benefits, competitive salaries, and vibrant offices in downtown Brooklyn and D.C. We have a friendly work environment, but coolness under pressure and comfort with short time horizons are musts.

Key responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain technological infrastructure that powers Panoply's podcasts
  • Coordinate with tech and product stakeholders to address user needs and prioritize work
  • Write clear, maintainable, and well-tested code
  • Contribute to team knowledge and code quality by sharing areas of expertise through pair programming and collaboration

Requirements and attributes of the ideal candidate:

  • Strong experience with Ruby on Rails
  • A focus on object-oriented design and beautiful, well-tested, and maintainable code
  • Knowledge of front-end technologies such as JavaScript, React, HTML, CSS, and JQuery
  • Good knowledge of relational databases
  • Experience or familiarity with agile development
  • An eagerness to communicate, work collaboratively, pair programs, and solve complex problems
  • A passion for innovation, pushing the boundaries and trying new tools and technologies

Across Panoply, generally, the company looks for three "pillar gifts" in its candidates:

  • Smart: displays a quickness of understanding, sound thought and good judgment
  • Hard-working: embodies enthusiasm, eagerness, and passion for high-quality work and professional success
  • Nice: characterized as considerate, thoughtful, and compassionate toward peers and partners.

Panoply is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Interested candidates should apply here.

Software Engineer (DevOps) for D.C., Slate

Slate is excited to be seeking a talented back end/DevOps engineer to help scale and maintain Slate.com and associated web services. Candidates should be broadly and deeply familiar with AWS, web development best practices, and with strategies for scaling content-driven websites and web applications. We're open to new technologies and strategies, and are looking for someone who will help us continue to streamline and update our infrastructure. If you want to help Docker-ize the things, this could be a great position for you.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for second-tier (escalation) of production issues as they arise 24/7
  • Responsible for maintaining instances required to run Slate.com and associated services within AWS
  • Make recommendations to other engineers and management for scaling and cost-saving strategies within AWS
  • Manage vendor relationships for CDNs, AWS, and other third-party services used by Slate.com
  • Report to the director of technology of Slate
  • Lead weekly incident review meeting to record production alerts for the previous week and discuss strategies for long-term resolution
  • Maintain and improve existing disaster recovery plans for Slate.com and associated services
  • Maintain and improve existing incident response plans for Slate.com and associated services
  • Provide strategic thinking and execution for deployment strategies
  • Maintain and improve existing security scanning and reporting and respond to security alerts from said scanning and reporting

Requirements:

Ideal candidates MUST:

  • Understand AWS's EC2, Route53, S3, VPC, RDS, and IAM services and interfaces inside and out
  • Have experience with monitoring systems (aka New Relic, Nagios)
  • Be comfortable procuring and renewing SSL certs
  • Be comfortable backing up and restoring databases, filesystems, and the like
  • Be very comfortable with Mysql, Redis, and ElasticSearch
  • Be willing to work from Slate's D.C. office (is downtown, has gym, great bike parking)

Ideal candidates SHOULD:

  • Know what a reserved instance is and when to use it
  • Like the idea of scripting your way out of a situation
  • Detest repetitive processes that could be scripted
  • Know when to give up and not script something
  • Be familiar with or have at least heard of many of the technologies that we use at Slate including but not limited to: CentOS, Python, Django, RabbitMQ, Docker, NodeJS, Akamai, Fastly, SSL, Jenkins/Continuous Integration, Memcache, MySQL, Postgres, SNS, Varnish, Apache HTTP Server, Nginx, New relic, Nagios, PagerDuty, Fabric, Ansible, and much more

Ideal candidates MAY:

  • Email slate.jobs.tech@slate.com with a brief statement about why you are interested and a good candidate for this role with your résumé attached
  • Expect a prompt response from us if you are under consideration
  • Expect a brief phone interview, followed by in-person interviews that may include coding exercises
  • Expect to provide references on request

Slate is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Technology Writer, Slate

Slate is hiring a full-time technology writer to work in our New York or Washington, D.C., offices. The writer will be responsible for writing frequently on topics like cybersecurity, surveillance, robotics, social media, internet culture, and technology policy. This isn't really a gadget-reviewing gig—you'll write less about the new iPhone cameras than about the Apple-FBI encryption debate or the high drama involving the iOS peach emoji. Mostly, we're eager to shape the job around you, the areas you'd like to dig into as a reporter, and the arguments you want to make as a leading technology voice. Slate welcomes candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

To apply, submit a cover letter; a résumé; three references; a short critique of a recent Slate technology story (no more than 400 words); and three clips or writing samples (Word docs preferred). Applications should be emailed to TechWriter@slate.com.

Digital Producer, Panoply

Panoply seeks a digital enthusiast to create nonaudio media to promote and support Panoply's growing roster of podcast content. The digital producer will work closely with the marketing, audience development, and editorial teams to distill the essence of each program into engaging, sharable media products that drive awareness and ultimately subscriptions, as well as being responsible owning the posting, monitoring, reporting, and community management across social media channels.

Working at Panoply means flexible office hours, casual dress, full benefits, competitive salaries, a vibrant office in downtown Brooklyn, team happy hours, and working alongside our colleagues at Slate. We have a friendly work environment, but coolness under pressure, and comfort with short time horizons is a must. Panoply welcomes candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with audience development and editorial teams to quickly create compelling and shareable digital media including images, videos, newsletters, and more to support and promote Panoply's podcasts
  • Create and manage websites, content calendars, asset libraries, and brand guidelines for each podcast
  • Coordinate with cross-functional team members and external partners to create an efficient process and workflow
  • Create and manage project-related documents
  • Posting and monitoring content across Panoply's accounts and channels, driving growth and serving as a community manager
  • Consistently deliver digital projects of the highest quality
  • Continuously document findings, best practices and post-campaign reports to be shared across the organization

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 1–3 years of relevant experience at an agency, media company, or startup
  • Fluency in web, social media, and platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, WordPress
  • A deep love of audio and podcasting
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • An entrepreneurial spirit and a willingness to rapidly iterate
  • Excellent time management skills to manage multiple podcasts and calendars
  • Familiarity with mobile technology and devices
  • Light HTML, CSS, video, and/or graphic design experience a plus
  • Audio editing experience another huge plus

Application Requirements:

  • Cover letter
  • Résumé
  • 3–6 social media samples that showcase your flair for tone, design, and virality
    • Please include (or mock up using episodes from our networks) examples of different types of tones for different audiences

Applications should be emailed to digitalproducer@panoply.fm.

Senior Web Developer for D.C., Slate

Slate is a multimedia digital publishing company focused on politics, news, business, technology, and culture. Slate's smart, witty takes on current events have been recognized with numerous awards, including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence Online. This is a unique opportunity to work closely with an executive team and with award-winning journalists and industry-leading design and technology professionals. Are you a curious problem-solver who is also proactive, efficient, creative, personable, and resourceful? Are you looking for a team of thoughtful, respectful, questioning, inspiring, fun, and funny people who are constantly thinking about the news and journalism? If so, we'd love to hear from you!

Slate is hiring a senior web developer to help us build the next iteration of slate.com with the rest of our technology team in Washington, D.C. The ideal candidate will have experience with full-stack web development with a concentration in front-end technologies as well as experience in content publishing and scaling.

As a senior web developer you'll be responsible for leading other web developers on the team in choosing and implementing technologies that power slate.com and other microsites and services. This position is one for an individual contributor and does not require managing other developers—just providing technical leadership. Slate is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Tech You'll Encounter at Slate:

As a senior web developer, you'll encounter loads of interesting technologies, including RequireJS, Django, Redis, Angular, Rabbit, Docker, Grunt, and more. You'll also encounter some more standard code in Vanilla JS, jQuery, Java, and MySQL. This position is specifically aimed at those familiar with the front end of websites and apps, so expect to be primarily dealing with JavaScript and tooling.

Desired Qualities of a Senior Web Developer

MUST

For this position to be a good fit, you MUST

  • have several years of experience building websites (apps are OK, too, but websites are important). You should also know the difference!
  • consider yourself an expert in front-end JavaScript. You're able to explain and talk through the changes coming along in ECMAScript but don't mind writing jQuery when you need to fix something.
  • have experience with scaling web content—you know when to use the CDN versus a cache, where that cache should live, key-value stores, and load balancers.
  • have strong git skills—you know when and where to rebase and understand the value of branching.
  • have experience with continuous integration (Jenkins, TravisCI, etc.).
  • have a solid understanding of RequireJS for module loading and its benefits and use.
  • have extensive experience with the command line.
  • have an interest in Slate, the news, and publishing content that has lots of users.
  • have empathy for users of software.

SHOULD

For this position to be a good fit, you SHOULD

  • have experience with agile development.
  • have once tried to build your own CMS and understand how complicated of an idea that is.
  • understand the reason for the section headers in this job posting.
  • have knowledge of the current web landscape. Why is React so popular? What's the difference between CommonJS and AMD, and did ECMAScript 6 make it obsolete? Why can't all the things be handled by Babel?
  • have solid understanding of ad networks (especially DFP). Slate has AdOps engineers, but that doesn't mean standard web developers won't be affected by ads. You should know how the DFP interface works, how to make new ads and update them, and what header bidding is.

MAY

To apply for this position, you MAY

Front-End Designer/Developer, Panoply

Slate magazine helped pioneer podcasting back in 2005, but in the 10 years since, the technology powering on-demand audio has barely changed.

But it's about to.

In 2015, Slate launched Panoply, which brings millions of listeners the smartest conversation that podcasting has to offer through 50 shows from the New York Times MagazineVultureHuffington Post, Gretchen Rubin, TabletSports Illustrated, and many more.

Panoply is a tightknit group of some of the smartest engineers, producers, entrepreneurs, and thinkers. We're looking for a brilliant front-end designer/developer to help us chart the future of podcasting from our offices in Washington, D.C.

Working at Panoply means flexible office hours, casual dress, full benefits, competitive salaries, an office 20 steps from the Metro exit, team happy hours, and working alongside our colleagues at Slate. We have a friendly work environment, but coolness under pressure and comfort with short time horizons are a must.

The Position

We need a user-experience-oriented front-end designer/developer who relishes in the design process—from dashed-out whiteboard concepts to full-fidelity design. We want somebody who can debate the finer points of UI/UX, analyze the DOM, prioritize page performance, and implement designs that work for all screens.

You must have a strong visual eye along with expertise in the standard Web stack and be able to communicate clearly with co-workers and clients.

Responsibilities:

  • Create design guidelines and standards to ensure consistent user experiences across platforms
  • Collaborate closely with stakeholders and the product team to conceptualize new products and features wherever user needs are not being met
  • Produce prototypes of varying degrees of fidelity
  • Shepherd projects from wireframes through full visual design and development
  • Follow through on designs with clean, performant code
  • Walk colleagues and stakeholders through design decisions
  • Continually lift the standard for design across the organization through your work
  • Troubleshoot and solve problems when testing and publishing new products
  • Participate in meetings with nontechnical staff regarding user experience

Requirements:

  • Someone who's hard-working, smart, and nice
  • Experience with HTML5, CSS3, and modern JavaScript
  • Experience with considerations needed when building sites for mobile devices
  • Experience with tools for analyzing and diagnosing Web page performance
  • Excitement about new technologies and techniques, along with a strong desire to learn and evolve
  • Experience with git

Bonus points if you:

  • Have experience working in stacks such as Ruby on Rails
  • Have worked with slim and sass
  • Have designed audio interfaces
  • Have a love for all things podcast
  • Can pronounce Panoply properly

About Panoply

Panoply, launched in 2015, is an innovative, full-service podcast network for media brands, authors, personalities, and premier organizations.

Panoply provides production, audience development, sales, and technology services for its expanding number of partners. We're a fast-moving team aiming to build an industry-leading company led by high-quality content, innovative sales solutions, and industry leading technology.

Slate welcomes candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

To apply for the front-end designer/developer position, click here.

Freelance Video Editor/Producer, Slate

Slate is seeking an energetic, resourceful, hard-working, detail-oriented creative thinker to produce/edit a weekly video series. Responsibilities include: video editing, writing, producing, and shooting. The ideal candidate would have excellent news and editorial judgment, proficiency is FCP or Adobe Premiere (After Effects a plus) and a background in all phases of digital production.

The job is not office-based—our freelancers work from home on their own equipment. This is a part-time position. Day rate is commensurate with experience. Please include a résumé as well as a link to your reel or body of work. 

Slate welcomes applicants of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

To apply for the freelance video editor/producer position, click here.

Editorial Internships
Social Media Intern, Slate

About the Role

Slate seeks a social media intern to help its audience engagement team grow and engage its audience across various platforms. We're looking for a true internet connoisseur with a clear voice for our feeds and a reliable but flexible schedule to help us maintain a strong, consistent social presence.

Key Responsibilities

Candidates for the social media internship must be social-media savvy, have a proven interest in journalism, and be very familiar with Slate. They should have an eye for detail, be highly organized, and able to work independently. This is a paid internship.

Requirements

To apply for the 2017 Slate social media internship, include a brief cover letter and a résumé and a short critique that highlights one Slate tweet and one Slate Facebook post that you think could be improved. In 100 words or less, tell us what you would do to make these posts more shareable and/or clickable. 

Send these materials in single PDF to audiencedevelopment@slate.com with the subject line "Social Media Internship." Only finalists will be contacted. The position is open for an immediate start date, and applications will be considered on a rolling basis. 

Slate is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

Video Intern, Slate

Slate's editorial video intern supports our video department. This position is paid, full-time, and based in our Brooklyn office. Applicants should send a résumé, an idea for a timely video Slate should produce, and a brief cover letter to slatevideointern@gmail.com. Include a link or two to your best work.

We are no longer accepting applications for summer 2017. To apply for the fall (roughly September through December), send the materials mentioned above by July 28.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Handle video requests, including quick-turn edits based on breaking news
  • Research, asset collection, transcription, and other production support tasks
  • Video management in Brightcove, SnapStream, YouTube, and other platforms
  • Assist on shoots in our studio and in the field
  • Occasional shooting, writing, and editing opportunities

Requirements:

  • Planning to pursue a career in digital video production, with relevant past experience
  • Proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro (After Effects a plus)
  • Experience shooting on DSLR cameras
  • Strong problem-solving skills and ability to work independently
  • Enthusiasm for all tasks, whether creative or clerical, and an unfailing positive attitude
  • Strong understanding of Slate's voice and what makes our work unique

Slate is committed to excellence through diversity. We encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

D.C. Editorial Intern, Slate

Candidates for the D.C. editorial internship must be available to work in Slate's Washington office 29 hours per week. They must be highly organized, have a proven interest in journalism, and be very familiar with Slate. They must also be able to work quickly, efficiently, and without much supervision. There will be opportunity for writing blog posts and articles. This internship is paid D.C. minimum wage (currently $11.50/hour).

To apply, include a brief cover letter, a résumé, a 200-word critique of any Slate story from the past month, and three clips or writing samples. At least some of the clips should relate to politics, policy, the law, science, or other Washington-related topics. 

Slate welcomes candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

We are no longer accepting applications for summer 2017. To apply for the fall (roughly October through December) 2017 D.C. editorial internship, send the materials mentioned above as a single PDF to dcslateinterns@slate.com with the subject line "Fall 2017 internship" by June 1. Only finalists will be contacted.

New York Editorial Intern, Slate

Candidates for the culture internship must be available to work in Slate's New York office 30 hours per week. They must be highly organized, have a proven interest in the arts, and be very familiar with Slate. They must also be able to work quickly, efficiently, and without much supervision. Strong writing and editing skills are required. To apply, include a résumé, a cover letter that clearly outlines your availability and cultural interests, as well as an original 400-word Brow Beat post about a cultural topic that interests you.

Slate welcomes candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

To apply for the New York summer editorial internship, which will begin in June, please send applications to SlateInternNY@gmail.com by April 15.

Editorial and Audio Intern, Slate Plus

Slate hires editorial interns for Slate Plus, our membership program. Candidates must be available to work 29 hours per week in Slate's Brooklyn office. This position is paid hourly and involves writing, editing, fact-checking, and some light audio editing and production. The ideal candidate is an idea-generating machine who works quickly and independently.

To apply, include a résumé, one clip or writing sample, a cover letter that doesn't put us to sleep, and a 300-word critique of Slate's membership program.

Slate welcomes candidates with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

Send the materials mentioned above to plusjobs@slate.com with the subject line "Slate Plus internship." We are no longer accepting applications for summer 2017.