Executive Editor, Multi-Platform Content, National GeographicCandidate-se agora mesmo! Candidatar-se depois Job ID 10024796 Local Washington, District of Columbia, Estados Unidos Empresa Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution Data da publicação 30/09/2022 Tipo de trabalho flexível Híbrido
- Esta função é considerada híbrida, o que significa que o funcionário trabalhará parte de seu tempo presencialmente em um local designado pela Empresa e o restante do tempo em regime remoto.
Descrição do cargo:
National Geographic Media is the publisher of National Geographic's signature content, breathtaking photography, iconic magazine, and unsurpassed social media presence. This team is responsible for engaging our audience with fantastic storytelling and pulling them into a recurring revenue relationship with Nat Geo. The Nat Geo Media team covers everything on the consumer journey, from print, digital, social, and audio content creation, generating awareness through social and newsletters, acquisition, and retention marketing, print operations, international licensing, and digital platforms. Nat Geo Media aims to become the largest publisher for everyone passionate about exploring the world and learning how to care for it.
Situated within National Geographic Media’s Editorial team, the multi-platform content team is a key component of the editorial operation, developing and executing content across all subject matter for Nat Geo’s digital, mobile, and audio platforms, as well as its print products: National Geographic magazine, National Geographic History, National Geographic Kids, National Geographic Little Kids, Special Interest Publications, and dozens of international editions. The team consists of editors and writers who identify the stories we want to tell and conceptualize the best ways for them to be told—working in partnership with our creative and visual teams, digital specialists, and a network of external contributors—and then manage the creation of that content from start to finish, ensuring that our editorial meets the highest standards of excellence and boldly challenges convention.
The Executive Editor of Multi-Platform Content leads a team of versatile content creators who work fluidly across the full spectrum of National Geographic’s core topic areas from the planet’s ecosystems, geographies, and cultures to outer space; a variety of content types, from social video to shortform reported pieces to literary features to complex multimedia content packages; and audiences globally, from kids to adults. Managing a large team of in-house editors and writers, as well as a network of world-class contributors, you will lead story development and execution, actively defining and shaping our coverage and establishing our editorial identity through the content we make and publish across all platforms. You will join the brand at a pivotal moment as we build on Nat Geo’s 134-year legacy and drive new approaches to how we conceive, create, and distribute content, to both satisfy loyal audiences and reach new ones in ever more compelling ways. Reporting to National Geographic’s Editor in Chief, you will be a key member of the leadership team, and a strong advocate for a modern, forward-looking approach to how we approach our work.
Responsibilities and Duties of the Role:
Manage in-house editors and writers in all aspects of editorial content creation, evaluating story ideas to determine story selection, guiding coverage plans and contributor selection by story, partnering with visual teams and others on how stories will come to life, and partnering with managing editor to ensure work is done within budget and on time
Evaluate and shape story ideas developed in other parts of the editorial team, including from photo editors, graphics editors, cartographers, designers, digital specialists, and our integrated storytelling team, and manage the use of text editors and writers on these projects when approved
Oversee the shaping and preparation of content for publication across all relevant platforms, managing other editors in their work, reading and (when necessary) doing additional text editing and/or writing display copy, giving feedback on photo edits and layouts, and partnering with managing editor on timelines
Develop and edit your own pieces, with a focus on longform literary reportage and multi-component content packages, particularly franchises, managing story teams and external contributors to conceptualize and create
Establish best practices for editorial content creation and multi-platform publishing, and guide teams in their use, continually optimizing what we do and how we do it based on performance data and industry and consumer trends
Minimum of 12 years of conceptualizing, commissioning, and editing text content for publishing and distribution across both print and digital platforms at consumer media brands, with deep hands-on experience developing complex editorial packages that combine assets of multiple media types beyond text (e.g., video, audio)
Extensive experience proactively developing, commissioning, and editing narrative-driven, literary reportage features over long lead times
Extensive experience managing and mentoring other editors and writers in progressively larger teams, guiding story development and making decisions on story selection, overseeing preparation for publishing, and reviewing content for quality
An established personal network of well-regarded writers and other collaborators with whom you develop and execute content
A well-developed eye for visual presentation and story packaging across print and digital platforms, and experience collaborating with visual editors and designers on visual-led storytelling
Experience developing notable, successful editorial franchises and PR-worthy content for consumer media brands
Experience building and managing high-performing editorial teams
Fluency in publishing workflow tools (e.g., Adobe InCopy) and digital CMS
Collaborative spirit and an ability to work well in a matrixed environment with a variety of stakeholders
Ability to work efficiently within operational considerations (timing, budgets, etc.), prioritizing effort level and tasks across multiple projects, and managing teams to deliver excellence within specific requirements
Interest in National Geographic’s subject areas and its mission
Experience creating or managing the creation of content for kids/family audiences a plus but not required
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
Sobre Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution:
Composto pelas unidades de negócios internacionais da empresa e pelos diversos serviços de streaming direto ao consumidor, A Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution (DMED) une, em um mesmo segmento de negócios, tecnologia, distribuição de mídia e vendas de publicidade para criar e oferecer experiências de entretenimento personalizadas aos consumidores do mundo todo.
Sobre The Walt Disney Company:
A The Walt Disney Company, juntamente com suas subsidiárias e afiliadas, é uma empresa líder em mídia e entretenimento familiar diversificado e internacional que atua nos seguintes segmentos de negócios: redes de mídia, parques e resorts, entretenimento de estúdio, produtos ao consumidor e mídia interativa. Desde seus primeiros passos como um estúdio de desenho animado na década de 1920 até se tornar o atual nome de destaque na indústria do entretenimento, a Disney orgulhosamente dá continuidade a seu legado de criação de histórias e experiências de padrão internacional para toda a família. As histórias, personagens e experiências da Disney tocam consumidores e visitantes de todas as partes do mundo. Com operações em mais de 40 países, nossos funcionários e colaboradores trabalham juntos para criar experiências de entretenimento adoradas por todos.
Esta vaga é oferecida junto à National Geographic Partners PAY SVC, que é parte de um segmento de negócios que chamamos de Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution.
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