Apr 1, 2008

seeing Editor

THE magazine, (themagazineonline.com) published in Santa Fe, New
Mexico, is expanding to Los Angeles, and is seeking to hire an
outgoing, experienced person to be the lead editor heading up this
new arts and culture publication.

THE magazine is a visually oriented, free periodical concentrating
on the local, regional, and national art scenes, as well as
featuring articles, reviews and interviews on the performing arts,
books, films, music, and important cultural issues of the day

The Santa Fe Publishing Group (SFPG) is seeking an experienced
Editor for THE magazine Los Angeles.

THE magazine Los Angeles is a monthly periodical covering the
contemporary arts scene in the Los Angeles market. Working under
the supervision of the SFPG’s Managing Editor in Santa Fe, the Los
Angeles Editor will be responsible for managing all editorial
aspects of SFPG’s Los Angeles publication.

Primary responsibilities will include:
· Work with SFPG’s Santa Fe Managing Editor to develop the Los
Angeles editorial calendar

· Select and assign writers to cover art events in the Los
Angeles market

· Managing a staff of interns, photographers and contract

· Working closely with the ad sales department to develop
relationships with art galleries, museums, art centers and related
business in Los Angeles

· Minimum of 5 years experience in editorial or related
· Broad familiarity with the contemporary art scene in Los
· Excellent knowledge of media relations and marketing.
· Excellent organizational, writing, and presentation skills.
· Ability to meet deadlines and work autonomously.
· Computer proficiency
· Enthusiasm for the mission of the organization.
· Ability to thrive in a dynamic, fast-moving environment.
Minimum Job Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in the Arts or in Journalism
Minimum of five (5) years experience directly related to the duties
and responsibilities specified.
Hours: Full time position
Salary: Competitive Salary, Health benefits, Vacation time,
Holidays, 401k Plan
Please submit resume and inquiries to:
Clayton Campbell
Artistic Director
18th Street Arts Center

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