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  • Art Director (Los Angeles)

    Overview + Purpose:

    The creative professional we’re searching for understands to distinct WW aesthetic. Based out of our Los Angeles, the position requires someone who is enthusiastic about the creating truly original digital art. This art director must be innovative, quick, and confident enough to own the visual style and images whether it be through creating their own work or curating freelance talent.

    Responsibilities:

    • Lead the creation or curation for all imagery on WestwoodWestwood
    • Determine how best to represent a concept visually in accordance with WW’s design guidelines
    • Select photographs, art, or other design elements to use
    • Curate a strong pool of freelance photographers, artists, and other designers to use when needed
    • Supervise, review, and approve freelancers and ensure that they deliver on deadline
    • Talk to fellow team members to develop an artistic approach and style
    • Coordinate corresponding art necessary for editorial staff’s daily stories and weekly newsletters
    • Maintain strict editorial art calendar
    • Develop and maintain detailed budgets

    Requirements:

    • Must have at least five years of experience creating art for a national platform
    • Must be highly detail-oriented and have excellent organizational skills
      Strong verbal and written communications skills
    • Proficiency in Photoshop, WordPress, Mailchimp and InDesign
    • Applicants must be able to excel under tight deadlines with precision, have the ability to multi-task and prioritize
    • Eager, motivated and organized
    • Must live in the LA area
    • Must have a laptop
    • Videography skills a plus

    *This position would require two days per week in WestwoodWestwood’s Downtown LA office 

  • Staff Writer, Los Angeles (Part-Time)

    Overview + Purpose:

    The Junior Editor will be an imperative part of the editorial team, reporting directly to the content editor. This individual must be able to skillfully multi-task; writing content, managing social media accounts, coordinating schedules, and staying one step ahead of administrative tasks.  In order to be successful in this role, he/she/they must thrive under stress, be enthusiastic, and have maintain a keen knowledge of trends in art, fashion, music, food, or politics.

    NOTE: You will not be considered if you do not attach a portfolio of published work along with your application.

    Responsibilities:

    • Pitch fresh story ideas focused on fashion, food, art, tech, and music
    • Possess the interpersonal skills to reach out to subjects and coordinate interviews
    • Coordinate editorial calendar 
    • Curate and wrangle a team of freelancers
    • Hire and manage a team of interns
    • Deliver assets in advance to get the content editor’s final approval
    • Strategize and implement content across all social media platforms

    Requirements:

    • Must deliver one story daily
    • Must be available to work in the Downtown LA office 3 days per week
    • Must be highly detail-oriented and have excellent organizational skills
    • Strong verbal and written communications skills
    • Proficiency in creating and editing documents in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    • Applicants must be able to excel under tight deadlines with precision, have the ability to multi-task and prioritize
    • Eager, motivated and organized
    • Desire to work in content
    • Must live in the Los Angeles 
    • Must have a laptop
    • Photography and videography skills a plus
    • This is not an entry-level position

    *Please make your email subject line: (INSERT NAME)EXPERIENCED JUNIOR EDITOR APPLICANT

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  • Editorial Intern (New York & Los Angeles)

    Overview & Purpose:
    The position requires someone who is fast on their feet, enthusiastic about culture and trend (i.e. music, fashion, technology, art and food) and interested in building content and helping with day-to-day website management.

    Responsibilities:

    • Provides day-to-day support to the Managing Editor and Editorial Assistant
    • Helping with layouts and inputting content
    • In the know for culture events, including but not limited to fashion, food, art, tech, and music
    • Loves to write and wants to learn about editorial and content development.
    • Helps with photo shoots, video shoots, social media, and production as needed.
    • Aiding in planning and execution of Feature and Bulletin stories
    • Helping with weekly email blasts and weekly site reports
    • Drop offs and pickups of assets when needed

    Requirements:

    • Must be detail-oriented and have excellent organizational skills
    • Strong verbal and written communications skills
    • Proficiency in creating and editing documents in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    • Applicants must be able to excel under tight deadlines with precision, have the ability to multi-task and prioritize
    • Eager, motivated and organized
    • Desire to work in editorial and content
    • Must live in Los Angeles or New York
    • Must have a laptop
    • In-depth knowledge of WordPress is a huge plus!

    *This is an unpaid internship, but student credit is offered if applicable. After 3 months, there will be an evaluation for part or full-time employment as an Editorial Assistant.

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  • Submissions welcome!

    We are always looking for writers, photographers, and videographers to contribute to WW who are professional, up-to-date on the latest happenings in arts and culture, and deliver on deadline.

    If you have an idea for a story and have a portfolio of published work, we want to hear from you.

    TIPS:

    • When you email us, put “PITCH” in your headline
    • You must attach a portfolio of published work to be considered
    • Each pitch should be formatted with a working title and a short description of your story’s angle
    • Always, always research our catalogue of work before pitching
    • Your story can cover one of the following topics: art, fashion, politics, movies, tv, publishing, social justice, and music
    • All reviews must be pitched prior to the release date for the product (whether it be film, album, or a novel)

     

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