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Company: What's Up Magazine
Social & Style Editor
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
March 31, 2014
Job ID: 1569228


What's Up? Magazine is seeking a Social and Style Editor. If you love fashion, attending events and networking, this position is for you!

Responsibilities Include

  • manages Towne Social: research and compile all philanthropic event information for the calendar; enter all event information into online Towne Social calendar; attend an average of three-to-four Towne Social events per month; post event photos; prepare Towne Social for print; maintain Facebook and Twitter
  • writes fashion-related articles/What to Wear for Towne Socialite
  • be the Towne Socialite; serves as public philanthropic guru (this entails significant outreach with community members and key organizations’ personnel) 
  • manages quarterly Style/Fashion feature for all three flagship publications
  • manages Best of Beauty & Fitness balloting/features for all three flagship publications

This is a full time position. Health insurance, 401K plan, and other benefits are offered. Perks include: staff lunches, 1/2 days, and many hot-topic events to attend. 

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