HuffPost Biz Is Hiring An Associate Editor

03/31/2015 10:29 am ET | Updated Mar 31, 2015
Damon Dahlen, AOL

Want to work at The Huffington Post? Great news! We're looking for an associate editor to cover business, tech and innovation.

About the Role:
Applicants should have 1-2 years' experience, and preferably are familiar with current issues in business, tech and/or innovation. In addition to writing pieces, the primary focus of the position will be the creation of data-driven and visual content. Just as important as biz/tech/innovation familiarity is, experience with -- and a passion for -- creating viral content using a variety of media, beyond just text. This includes infographics, video, photos, GIFs and more. Applicants should also have a knack and a passion for packaging and promoting content in new and compelling ways, as the position entails the day-to-day work of maintaing the sections' landing pages and communicating via social accounts.

Interested in applying? Email

About The Huffington Post:
The Huffington Post is a Pulitzer Prize-winning source of breaking news, commentary, entertainment, features and lifestyle content, as well as a platform for a highly engaged community of opinion and conversation. With nearly 130 million unique visitors each month (comScore), it is the largest news site in the US. The site has more than 85,000 bloggers -- from politicians, students and celebrities to academics, parents and policy experts -- who contribute in real time on the subjects about which they are most passionate. HuffPost is a global publication, with editions in the UK, Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, Maghreb, Germany, Brazil, South Korea, Greece and India and more on the way, including Australia.

AOL offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including 401(k) match and performance bonus. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, and will not be discriminated against based on, race, gender, veteran status, disability or other protected category.

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