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Our team consists of five managing editors, who lead editorial functions, design, communications, and growth. Additionally, we have five contributing editors who work in the areas of writing, design, research, and regularly perform substantive and copy-editing on selected submissions from our open calls for articles. We are looking to expand our team to include additional contributing editors and an online designer. The Site Magazine is funded under the Canada Council for the Arts’ literary program. All team members contribute on a voluntary basis, benefitting personally and professionally from our activities, extensive network, and professional affiliations.
If you are interested in being a part of the -SITE team we look forward to hearing from you. Please review the descriptions below and send in your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to grow our team to include three additional contributing editors. Our contributing editors ensure high-quality writing, thoughtful contributions, and consistent standards. They work on assignment, reviewing two to five articles per volume, depending on their availability. The editing process happens over a six-week period each Spring and Fall. Our editors are strong writers and researchers from all disciplines, but have a keen interest in topics relating to the built environment. As a contributing editor your research and interests can contribute to shaping the themes of forthcoming issues, crafting calls for articles, and developing new programming. Your work will have the opportunity to be published in our print and online editions. You will not be limited in the ways your can contribute to the organization; we are eager to support your interests.
- Strong written communication skills.
- Excellent copy editing abilities.
- A keen eye for detail.
A background in a relevant field, professionally or academically.
Familiarity and interest in –SITE’s activities.
The ability to manage two annual editing assignments.
Comfortable working with an international team using online project management tools.
Please apply by submitting your CV, a writing sample, tell us about your motivations for joining us and describe any past editing experiences you have. Applications should be sent to email@example.com.
The Site Magazine is looking for an online designer to join our team. Each semi-annual volume includes a print edition and an online publishing program. Our website is an important tool for disseminating content to a wide audience and showcasing original, multi-media contributions. In order to maximize our impact online, our dedicated online designer will work with both our Creative Director and Communications Director to improve website functionality, format content for release, and create a dynamic relationship between print and online editions. You should have an advanced understanding of website management and UI design, we are currently working with Square Space. You will consult to the team semiannually on web and print design alignment and work with the Communications Director on a monthly basis year round to publish 2-4 articles. You will be fundamental in growing the online strategy of The Site Magazine. You will not be limited in the ways your can contribute to the organization; our team is eager to support your interests.
- Strong skills with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)
- Strong skills with online web publishing tools like SquareSpace.
- Ability to leverage social media channels for marketing
- Familiarity and interest in –SITE’s activities.
- The ability to lead ongoing initiatives and take on short monthly projects.
- Comfortable working with an international team using online project management tools.
Please apply by submitting your CV, graphic/web design samples, tell us about your motivations for joining us and describe any past graphic, web design or social media promotion experiences you have (please include links). Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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