New York Times Editor, Reader Center in New York, New York
The Times’s Reader Center at https://www.nytimes.com/section/reader-center is an initiative intended to build deeper connections between our newsroom and our audience. Our readers (and listeners and viewers) can offer a wealth of story suggestions, insights, analysis and more. On our digital platforms and on social media, their voices amplify what we stand for: the power of information, ideas and debate to shape the world and inspire change.
Our readers also hold us accountable, helping to ensure that we meet the standards of quality, fairness and accuracy that they expect from The New York Times.
We established the Reader Center at http://www.nytco.com/introducing-the-reader-center/ this past spring to capitalize on our readers’ knowledge and experience, and to use their voices to make our journalism even better.
We’re now looking for a digitally savvy editor who has strong news judgment and is passionate about our readers to join our team.
The editor will be responsible for running a wide variety of projects that involve working with reporters, editors and developers around the newsroom, as well as representatives from design, product, marketing and customer care.
Examples of assignments:
assign and edit or write a Reader Center “ bulletin board at https://www.nytimes.com/series/bulletin-board ” entry
collaborate with technologists to test ideas around reader engagement and build new newsroom products
train and empower our journalists in best practices for responding to and connecting with readers
identify newsroom opportunities for reader engagement including user-generated journalism and live interactive video.
We’re looking for someone who has lots of energy and big ideas, and isn’t afraid to try many different approaches until one works.
This is a Guild position open to internal and external candidates.
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