SAIL Seeks a New Web Editor

Want to work at SAIL? Sail is looking for a new Web Editor, and seeking applicants with web experience and a desire to contribute to a dynamic, fast-paced online environment.
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Want to work at SAIL? Sail is looking for a new Web Editor, and seeking applicants with web experience and a desire to contribute to a dynamic, fast-paced online environment.

Responsibilities

  • Produce monthly and quarterly enewsletters
  • Post magazine to site and coordinate efforts between various SAIL publications
  • Support sailfeed.com
  • Support SAIL’s Facebook and Twitter feeds
  • Support SAIL’s video program
  • Create metrics reports on all SAIL sites and online publications
  • Produce SAIL editorial and marketing eblasts

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Firm knowledge of HTML, CMS (preferably Drupal) and SEO
  • Attention to detail, efficiency, and precision
  • Able to work in a deadline-driven environment
  • Highly organized — must be able to keep track of all publications and news streams and optimize their interactions
  • Drive to improve and increase SAIL’s online following through Facebook, Twitter and site SEO
  • Experience with Photoshop, Dreamweaver, video editing software required
  • Knowledge of sailing an advantage

If you’re qualified and interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Peter Nielsen at pnielsen@sailmagazine.com

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