Rewire News Group is a nonprofit media organization dedicated to reshaping the national dialogue on all things sex by making it more inclusive, positive, and centered on justice.
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Position: Multimedia Content Specialist
Rewire News Group is hiring a multimedia content specialist to help us expand our inspired and interactive online community, and increase awareness, readership, and sharing of our work at this critical time for reproductive rights, health, and justice. Our ideal candidate is a voracious news consumer and content creator who is tuned into conversations happening on all social platforms, is able to spot content trends as they are happening, can capitalize on breaking news moments, and works well under pressure and collaboratively as part of a team. As part of our editorial team, the multimedia content specialist will create, edit, produce, and appear in digital content. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in journalism or a similar space; a strong working knowledge of reproductive rights, health, and justice issues; the ability to thrive in a fast-paced news-centric environment; and is a self-starter who can function both independently and as part of the broader team.
This is a full-time, remote opportunity with preference given to applicants in the New York City or Washington, DC metro areas. Compensation: $70-75k, depending on demonstrated experience, skills, and seniority. For more information and to apply: Multimedia Content Specialist Job Opening.
Rewire News Group (rewirenewsgroup.com) is the only media organization exclusively dedicated to reporting on reproductive and sexual health, rights, and justice. We’re a nonprofit, no-paywall, multiplatform newsroom that reaches more than 750,000 readers per month across our site, social channels, newsletter, podcast, and events. Rewire News Group is a remote, independent 501(c)(3) organization and an equal opportunity employer. Black, Indigenous and other people of color; LGBTQIA+ people; and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.