Smyles & Fish magazine is looking to expand its editorial board, tech team, and writing staff. We are seeking project coordinators, feature editors, public relations personnel and writers for current features as well as upcoming assignments.
We are seeking:
The managing editor is responsible for coordinating meetings, subscriptions and distribution, and overseeing interns on a range of official duties.
Graphic Design Associates and Programmers:
Do you have some experience with programming or graphic design and would like to learn more? Join our staff and work closely with our engineer and designer while we create new features and projects for the site and for the upcoming Pocket Edition due out this spring.
The Art Editor is responsible for seeking out new artists to feature in our rotating gallery/homepage as well as illustrations and other visual art for various locations on the site and within the Pocket Edition, and would additionally suggest and commission profiles and interviews with artists.
Movie House Editor:
The Movie House Editor is responsible for seeking out and soliciting short works by various filmmakers to be featured in our site’s Movie House.
Interested in editing audio? Work with us as we create new and innovative radio plays on the magazine’s podcast.
A passion for people and event planning? Smyles & Fish is planning a wide range of special events for the upcoming winter and spring and we need help letting everybody know.
For the magazine’s numerous ongoing features, as well as new features due to launch this winter, we are searching for competent editors to commission pieces, work closely with writers, and coordinate the posting of content with the magazine’s tech staff.
The magazine cannot offer pay as we are still a relatively new company though college credit can be arranged with your university if you would like to intern with Smyles & Fish. In addition to being an integral part of the creation of a new and wholly different arts and culture magazine, you will gain valuable hands-on experience working closely with industry professionals that you can take with you anywhere. Whether you have only a small amount of time to give to the magazine or you are interested in becoming a key member of our team, we welcome your interest as there are a range of jobs available with varying levels of commitment.
We are a fast growing magazine that relies on the creativity and work of an assortment of interested and interesting editors, project coordinators, and engineers, as well as a growing community of artists and writers. Our board of contributing editors has recently expanded to include artist David Salle, former Vogue editor and head of General Strategic Marketing Karen Marta, painter Nick Weber, and novelist and critic Frederic Tuten. If you are interested in working with us, please send a resume and brief cover letter to email@example.com. We are looking forward to meeting you.