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At News Deeply we believe that the best teams develop from the intersection of great talent and shared human values. We are entrepreneurs with a social mission – a passion to improve the future of news, as a vital service to society.

If you're obsessed with media, innovation, problem-solving and tackling some of the biggest issues of our times, we'd love to hear from you.

Check out the roles below and send your CV to jobs@newsdeeply.org.


NEWS DEEPLY: EXECUTIVE EDITOR, DEEPLY ENVIRONMENTAL

News Deeply builds networks of passionate communities that allow key stakeholders to engage with the most important issues in a subject area and exchange valuable insights. Our knowledge-driven platforms serve as the go-to hub for each topic, bringing together influencers in an immersive content experience that includes articles, videos, newsletters, data and research, community conversations and events.

We are seeking an Executive Editor, based in New York, to oversee our environment​al coverage. This person will lead editorial and strategic development of Deeply Environmental, our category with multiple channels covering a range of ecological issues. This is a high-impact role, working closely with our editorial, community and product teams internally and with our stakeholder audience externally. The Executive Editor will be responsible for shaping our coverage through new and innovative formats and delivery models. This person will have the passion, knowledge and network to drive the growth of Deeply Environmental and its channels, along with the entrepreneurial grit to create a new pillar of the organization.

Interested parties write to jobs@newsdeeply.org with a resume and cover letter.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee coverage on our existing environmental channels (Arctic Deeply and Water Deeply).
  • Map and analyze new topic areas we should pursue, issuing recommendations and developing plans on new platform development.
  • Work with our development team to identify strategic partnerships and revenue-generating activities, while maintaining the full editorial independence of our reporters.
  • Generate new and innovative reporting formats and information products to enhance our reach and meet our target engagement metrics.
  • Engage the stakeholder community through editorial projects and interactions (e.g., Q&As and op-eds), live and virtual events and user research.

REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum of ten years’ experience managing a newsroom, focused on environmental issues.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Comfort with high-touch engagement with high-level stakeholders.
  • Creativity, problem-solving capacity and grit, with an ability to pick up the slack and be the glue between multiple teams.
  • Team player with experience of working with, and coordinating across, multiple priorities and team members in several time zones.
  • Deep domain experience in environmental issues.
  • Desire to work in a high-impact environment with colleagues who are passionate to surface vital information and connect communities on the topics that matter deeply to the state of the world.
  • Note: Some travel may be required.

NEWS DEEPLY: COMMUNITY EDITOR, ENVIRONMENT

News Deeply builds networks of passionate communities that allow key stakeholders to engage and exchange valuable insights. Our knowledge-driven platforms serve as the go-to hub for each topic, bringing together influencers in an immersive content experience that includes articles, videos, newsletters, data and research, community conversations and events.

We are seeking a Community Manager based in New York. This person will lead audience engagement and development efforts within 2 key channels, Water Deeply and Arctic Deeply, and 2-3 additional channels likely to be launched. This is a high impact role, working closely with our editorial and product teams internally and with our stakeholder audience externally.

Interested parties write to jobs@newsdeeply.org with a resume and cover letter.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Map, grow, and strengthen our audience of policymakers, academics, corporates, NGOs, and journalists.
  • Engage the community through editorial projects (e.g., Q&As, op-eds), conversations on each platform and social media, live and virtual events, and user research.
  • Understand and translate user needs, metrics, and journeys into actionable items to be executed in conjunction with the editorial and product teams.
  • Develop and execute effective amplification and promotion efforts through social media, newsletters, and media partnerships.

REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-5 years of experience in journalism, social media, copywriting, public relations, community outreach, user research and/or data analysis.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Experience in amplifying content and engaging with expert audiences across social platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Quora.
  • Comfort with high-touch engagement with high-level stakeholders.
  • Creativity, problem solving, and grit, with ability to pick up the slack and be the glue between multiple teams.
  • Team player, with experience working with and coordinating across multiple priorities and team members in several timezones.
  • Domain experience in environmental issues and communities is a big plus.
  • Desire to work in a high-impact environment with colleagues who are passionate to surface vital information and connect communities on the topics that matter deeply to the state of work.
  • Note: Some travel may be required.

NEWS DEEPLY: COMMUNITY EDITOR, HEALTH

News Deeply builds networks of passionate communities that allow key stakeholders to engage and exchange valuable insights. Our knowledge-driven platforms serve as the go-to hub for each topic, bringing together influencers in an immersive content experience that includes articles, videos, newsletters, data and research, community conversations and events.

We are seeking a Community Manager based in New York. This person will lead audience engagement and development efforts within channels to be launched in the global and public health category. This is a high impact role, working closely with our editorial and product teams internally and with our stakeholder audience externally.

Interested parties write to jobs@newsdeeply.org with a resume and cover letter.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Map, grow, and strengthen our audience of policymakers, academics, corporates, NGOs, and journalists.
  • Engage the community through editorial projects (e.g., Q&As, op-eds), conversations on each platform and social media, live and virtual events, and user research.
  • Understand and translate user needs, metrics, and journeys into actionable items to be executed in conjunction with the editorial and product teams.
  • Develop and execute effective amplification and promotion efforts through social media, newsletters, and media partnerships.

REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-5 years of experience in journalism, social media, copywriting, public relations, community outreach, user research and/or data analysis.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Experience in amplifying content and engaging with expert audiences across social platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Quora.
  • Comfort with high-touch engagement with high-level stakeholders.
  • Creativity, problem solving, and grit, with ability to pick up the slack and be the glue between multiple teams.
  • Team player, with experience working with and coordinating across multiple priorities and team members in several timezones.
  • Domain experience in health issues (especially global or public health) and their respective communities is a big plus.
  • Desire to work in a high-impact environment with colleagues who are passionate to surface vital information and connect communities on the topics that matter deeply to the state of work.
  • Note: Some travel may be required.

News Deeply is an award-winning media and technology company, dedicated to providing information in the global public good. The company’s inaugural platform, Syria Deeply, is an award-winning fusion of journalism, education and digital design. Time magazine called the platform “The Future of News,” while Fast Company said it “Outsmarts the News, Redefines Conflict Coverage.” The team was honored with the National Press Foundation’s Excellence in Online Journalism Award for 2013.