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Company: Our State magazine
Position:
Senior Editor
Location:
North Carolina
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
March 8, 2013
Job ID: 1467348

Description:

Our State magazine, an 80-year-old publication devoted to celebrating the joys of living in North Carolina, is hiring a senior editor to join our award-winning team.

You are an experienced writer or reporter and a story-idea innovator who wants to be part of something big. You have a love for magazines and an ear for great, narrative journalism. You’ll write, edit, help create compelling headlines and cover lines, and collaborate closely with the editor in chief, art director, and a team of highly creative and energetic editors and freelance writers to give voice to the stories that our readers love each month.

You don’t have to have sweet tea running through your veins, but a strong affection for North Carolina or an ability to embrace our state’s regional culture is a must. A curious demeanor and positive attitude are important. 

About us: Our State magazine is front porches, back roads, and barbecue. We’re saltwater breezes and cool mountain air. We have something special here, and our readers love us — they are passionate and loyal (with an 81% renewal rate), and they invite us into their homes every month. We are one of the fastest-growing and most successful magazines in the South. Our culture is fun, relaxed, and casual, and we offer a no-walls environment that encourages creative freedom and collaboration. 

To get in touch with us, send your letter of interest, resume, and writing samples in PDF format to Human Resources, P.O. Box 4552, Greensboro, N.C. 27404 or to HR@ourstate.com.

 

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