-Believer is looking for a new reviews editor to join the team. The part-time editor will “oversee reviews and cultural coverage in the print magazine.”
-The Associated Press is looking for a politics writer in Washington, D.C. who will cover the 2018 midterms and 2020 presidential elections. Must be willing to work any shift.
-The New York Post is hiring a features writer with a “strong reporting and storytelling background” and “a stylish way with words.”
-And VICE’s Noisey is hiring a social editor to manage all of Noisey’s social platforms.
-WIRED is hiring a social media coordinator in NYC who will manage social accounts in the morning before the SF team reports in.
-Vulture is hiring two new associate editors to cover music and news, respectively.
-Splinter is still hiring two full-time staff writers, can be remote.
-LATimes still has lots of job openings, including LAPD reporter, investigative reporters, and correspondents.
-Bustle is hiring a part-time, remote fashion and beauty writer.
-BuzzFeed is hiring a managing editor for its new Reviews site.
-Onion, Inc. is hiring a social media manager to work with The Onion/AV Club/ClickHole team in Chicago.
-From SHer Billy Brennan:
"Any POC and queer/trans fact-checkers out there looking for full-time staff checking work? I'm a former staff checker at The Atlantic and know of two openings there (with salary, benefits, and awesome colleagues/boss) and would like to help you get your resume in the mix. One job is for a print mag checker and the other for a checker who will primarily work on web pieces (the digital checking job is the mag's first dedicated checking position for the website).
Both jobs are DC-based but I think there's potential openness to NY-based/remote work, at least for the print position -- but possibly for the web one too. Prior checking experience required (ideally a couple years doing rigorous, magazine-style checking) but if you've got any level of checking experience (whether for print, web, books) and are interested -- or know someone who might be -- please email me: [email protected]"
-Broadly’s erotic awakenings column “YOU MAKE ME WANNA” is looking for stories from women and non-binary people about pop culture that “helped awaken your adolescent sexuality.” Email: [email protected]
-The Tempest is looking for pitches about “current pop culture such as shows, movies, books, memes. We are really looking for takes from other cultures if possible or anything exciting happening in entertainment all over the world.” Email: [email protected]
-Meritt K is now the managing editor for Watch VRV editorial content, and is looking for fandom stories, event experiences, personal essays, media analysis — ”the weirder the better.” Email: [email protected]
-California Sunday is looking for writers to work on a special project: “We're looking to shadow several peoples' first and last days in the United States. Know of someone arriving or leaving who has an interesting story?” Email: [email protected] 5
-Jonah Ogles is a new editor at Atavist. Send pitches to: [email protected]