The Huffington Post Is Looking For A Senior Science Editor

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Source:   —  April 19, 2016, at 7:00 PM

Interested? Email a resume, cover letter and links to work samples to science@huffingtonpost. com with “Senior Science Editor” in the subject line.

* Five or more years of experience as a science journalist

* Skill to write and edit stories ranging from fast hits to longer features

* Excellent grasp of grammar & familiarity with web writing, SEO and AP style

* Skill to work independently and be comfortable doing so at a quick pace

* Wide scientific information base and contacts across scientific community

* Information of best practices for social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, etc.)

* Experience and interest in creating short-form original videos including curation, scripting, and overseeing science-related Facebook Live events

This position is in the WGA-E bargaining unit.

Interested? Email a resume, cover letter and links to work samples to science@huffingtonpost. com with “Senior Science Editor” in the subject line.

Huffington Post Media Grouping is an AOL company. AOL is an equal opportunity employer and doesn't discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other classification prescribed by applicable law.

About HuffPost:

The Huffington Post is a Pulitzer Prize-winning source of breaking news, commentary, entertainment, features and lifestyle content, as well as a platform for a highly engaged community of opinion and conversation. With nearly one hundred thirty million unique visitors each mo (comScore), it's the largest news site in the US. The site has more than 100.000 bloggers — from politicians, students and celebrities to academics, parents and policy experts — who contribute in genuine time on the subjects about which they're most passionate. HuffPost is a global publication, with editions in the UK, Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, Maghreb, Germany, Brazil, S Korea, Greece and India and more on the way, including Australia.

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