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Job Opening: Assistant Editor

The Buzz

The National Interest is seeking a detail-oriented, creative, results-driven individual to serve as an assistant editor.

This fast-paced position requires working closely with the editor. Pluses are:

• experience with the Chicago Manual of Style

• InDesign and Photoshop proficiency

• experience with web design and Drupal

• familiarity with TNI’s work and the national-security issues that the magazine covers—particularly the Asia-Pacific, Russia, NATO, defense technology and spending, and counterterrorism

• a relevant undergraduate degree (required) and a relevant graduate degree (preferred)

 

Responsibilities:

Print

• Editing for style and substance (must make a five-thousand-word essay on, say, U.S. grand strategy accessible without jettisoning nuance and rigor)

• Fact-checking

• Design (InDesign and Photoshop)

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Managing relationships with contributors, many of whom are leaders in their field

• Commissioning

 

Web

• Copyediting (under the auspices of Chicago, TNI house style and common sense)

• Fact-checking

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Social-media management

• Writing! (TNI editors have a unique opportunity to write for a worldwide audience of millions)

• Commissioning

 

Interested applicants should send the following attachments to [email protected]:

• A cover letter

• A one-page résumé

• Two writing samples of no longer than 1000 words

The Best (and Most Deadly) Military Rifles, Revolvers and Bullets on the Planet

The Buzz

The National Interest is seeking a detail-oriented, creative, results-driven individual to serve as an assistant editor.

This fast-paced position requires working closely with the editor. Pluses are:

• experience with the Chicago Manual of Style

• InDesign and Photoshop proficiency

• experience with web design and Drupal

• familiarity with TNI’s work and the national-security issues that the magazine covers—particularly the Asia-Pacific, Russia, NATO, defense technology and spending, and counterterrorism

• a relevant undergraduate degree (required) and a relevant graduate degree (preferred)

 

Responsibilities:

Print

• Editing for style and substance (must make a five-thousand-word essay on, say, U.S. grand strategy accessible without jettisoning nuance and rigor)

• Fact-checking

• Design (InDesign and Photoshop)

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Managing relationships with contributors, many of whom are leaders in their field

• Commissioning

 

Web

• Copyediting (under the auspices of Chicago, TNI house style and common sense)

• Fact-checking

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Social-media management

• Writing! (TNI editors have a unique opportunity to write for a worldwide audience of millions)

• Commissioning

 

Interested applicants should send the following attachments to [email protected]:

• A cover letter

• A one-page résumé

• Two writing samples of no longer than 1000 words

Pages

Why Russia's Nuclear War Tank Was a Total Failure

The Buzz

The National Interest is seeking a detail-oriented, creative, results-driven individual to serve as an assistant editor.

This fast-paced position requires working closely with the editor. Pluses are:

• experience with the Chicago Manual of Style

• InDesign and Photoshop proficiency

• experience with web design and Drupal

• familiarity with TNI’s work and the national-security issues that the magazine covers—particularly the Asia-Pacific, Russia, NATO, defense technology and spending, and counterterrorism

• a relevant undergraduate degree (required) and a relevant graduate degree (preferred)

 

Responsibilities:

Print

• Editing for style and substance (must make a five-thousand-word essay on, say, U.S. grand strategy accessible without jettisoning nuance and rigor)

• Fact-checking

• Design (InDesign and Photoshop)

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Managing relationships with contributors, many of whom are leaders in their field

• Commissioning

 

Web

• Copyediting (under the auspices of Chicago, TNI house style and common sense)

• Fact-checking

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Social-media management

• Writing! (TNI editors have a unique opportunity to write for a worldwide audience of millions)

• Commissioning

 

Interested applicants should send the following attachments to [email protected]:

• A cover letter

• A one-page résumé

• Two writing samples of no longer than 1000 words

Pages

Russia, Iran and China All Have a Plan to Kill America's Nuclear Submarines

The Buzz

The National Interest is seeking a detail-oriented, creative, results-driven individual to serve as an assistant editor.

This fast-paced position requires working closely with the editor. Pluses are:

• experience with the Chicago Manual of Style

• InDesign and Photoshop proficiency

• experience with web design and Drupal

• familiarity with TNI’s work and the national-security issues that the magazine covers—particularly the Asia-Pacific, Russia, NATO, defense technology and spending, and counterterrorism

• a relevant undergraduate degree (required) and a relevant graduate degree (preferred)

 

Responsibilities:

Print

• Editing for style and substance (must make a five-thousand-word essay on, say, U.S. grand strategy accessible without jettisoning nuance and rigor)

• Fact-checking

• Design (InDesign and Photoshop)

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Managing relationships with contributors, many of whom are leaders in their field

• Commissioning

 

Web

• Copyediting (under the auspices of Chicago, TNI house style and common sense)

• Fact-checking

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Social-media management

• Writing! (TNI editors have a unique opportunity to write for a worldwide audience of millions)

• Commissioning

 

Interested applicants should send the following attachments to [email protected]:

• A cover letter

• A one-page résumé

• Two writing samples of no longer than 1000 words

Pages

Here Is How China Could Crush America in a Naval War

The Buzz

The National Interest is seeking a detail-oriented, creative, results-driven individual to serve as an assistant editor.

This fast-paced position requires working closely with the editor. Pluses are:

• experience with the Chicago Manual of Style

• InDesign and Photoshop proficiency

• experience with web design and Drupal

• familiarity with TNI’s work and the national-security issues that the magazine covers—particularly the Asia-Pacific, Russia, NATO, defense technology and spending, and counterterrorism

• a relevant undergraduate degree (required) and a relevant graduate degree (preferred)

 

Responsibilities:

Print

• Editing for style and substance (must make a five-thousand-word essay on, say, U.S. grand strategy accessible without jettisoning nuance and rigor)

• Fact-checking

• Design (InDesign and Photoshop)

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Managing relationships with contributors, many of whom are leaders in their field

• Commissioning

 

Web

• Copyediting (under the auspices of Chicago, TNI house style and common sense)

• Fact-checking

• Packaging (headlines and art)

• Social-media management

• Writing! (TNI editors have a unique opportunity to write for a worldwide audience of millions)

• Commissioning

 

Interested applicants should send the following attachments to [email protected]:

• A cover letter

• A one-page résumé

• Two writing samples of no longer than 1000 words

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