Hearst Magazines Senior Editor, Food Network Magazine in New York, New York

Food Network Magazine is looking to hire a top-notch senior editor. Responsibilities include:

• Producing and editing food and lifestyle stories for all sections of the magazine.

• Pitching timely food-trend stories. 

• Developing relationships with FN talent for large features. 

• Working with art department to plan packages.

• Attending food and lifestyle photo shoots. 

• Building and maintaining relationships with cookbook publishers. 

• Representing the FNM brand editorial on ad sales calls and in media. 

Requirements: 

• Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, or related field.

• Minimum five years professional consumer magazine experience in the food lifestyle genre, with a strong reporting background.

• Working knowledge of Adobe InCopy, Woodwing, and Microsoft Word.

• Culinary background a plus.

NOTE: Must submit a resume in .pdf format with a cover letter and a link to clips. 

 

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