New York Times Visual Editor, Culture in New York, New York
The New York Times is looking for a visual editor to join the Culture desk, which delivers news and criticism across disciplines like Movies, TV, pop music, art, theater, dance, classical and opera. We have an opportunity to bring a more visual approach to our coverage, and we’ve had some success across a range of subjects, including this exploration of a Broadway laboratory at https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/03/22/arts/broadway-hamilton-frozen-behind-the-scenes.html or this look at a New York artist at https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/11/arts/gordon-matta-clark-bronx-museum.html or our video series on Internet culture at https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/11/28/arts/internetting-with-amanda-hess.html with Amanda Hess.
This editor should:
Work with other editors, reporters and critics to conceive routine visual coverage and ambitious projects.
Work on multidisciplinary teams, including graphics, photo and video groups to build and shape projects across formats , including text. You should be able to work on tight deadlines.
Train editors and correspondents to produce successful visual formats so they become a more regular part of the report.
Please send us any portfolio links and a short memo that describes how your design and editing experience makes you a good fit for this role.
Expertise in development of interactive graphics or Web sites
Skill in interface design and/or traditional information graphic design
Experience with Adobe Creative Suite
This is a Guild position.
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