Digiday Media is hiring for a variety of positions across editorial, sales, its creative content agency, finance and events. We’re fast-growing and fast-moving, and we’re looking for people with experience to share in making our ambitions a reality.
We offer competitive salaries, benefits, Bagel Friday, your birthday off and the chance to work in a dynamic media company. Digiday Media has 65 employees, offices in New York, London and Jerusalem. We recently launched a new magazine (Digiday Pulse) and new verticals in fashion and finance (Glossy and Tradestreaming).
Read about each position below, and apply at the link.
Editor-in-chief, Glossy (New York City)
Digiday Media’s fashion and luxury vertical Glossy is in search of an editor-in-chief. You will have the chance to chart the editorial vision of this young publication and guide its reporters in their daily stories, plus day-to-day editing and reporting. You will also work with the events team to plan upcoming Glossy events, summits and conferences. If you have the experience, both in coverage of the fashion and luxury industry and in building a publishing brand, then we want to hear from you. This position reports to Brian Morrissey, president and editor-in-chief.
UK/EMEA business development manager (London)
Digiday Media’s UK branch is looking for a business development manager to support our continuing global expansion. The ideal candidate will have five to seven years of digital marketing and sales experience at brands, agencies, publishers and/or marketing/ad tech firms. You’ll build relationships with clients and drive revenue for our online publications, digital marketing summits and events, and content marketing products.
Publishing reporter (New York City)
Digiday’s editorial team is looking for a publishing news reporter who can identify emerging trends in digital publishing like ad blocking, distribution and video and write daily stories about why these trends matter for the future of the industry. This is one of our highest-profile beats and an excellent way to develop your chops in covering the most important developments in media. This position will report to Lucia Moses, senior editor.
Project manager (New York City)
The in-house creative content agency at Digiday Media is in search of a project manager. It’s an exciting period of growth for this part of Digiday Media’s business and you will be able to establish important, much-needed processes around B2B content and creative production. You’ll manage every aspect of bringing small, tactical native campaigns to market and oversee production progress. You will report to Deanna Zammit, managing director of Custom.
Staff accountant (New York City)
Digiday’s finance department is hiring for a staff accountant who can take the department to the next level. You’ll help manage the finances, including preparation of the balance sheet, P&L analysis and reconciliation, and assist in gathering information for annual audit. Bonus points if you have worked at a high-growth startup. It’s a small team, and you will report to Digiday Media’s controller John Sol.
Events coordinator (New York City)
Digiday holds about 30 events per year — and counting. To make sure they are success, the events team is looking for an events coordinator to support every aspect of the efforts that go into them. This customer service-focused role involves coordinating certain sponsor deliverables, running meetings at summits and contributing ideas for This role will report to Megan Knapp, general manager of events.
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