Overview

The Washington Times is looking for a Digital Editor to assist in managing and updating digital platforms as well as editing articles for those platforms and for print. The position requires sharp news judgment and a keen eye for detail while editing for content and grammar as well as accuracy and clarity. Checking facts and correcting errors before articles are published are a must.  The candidate must possess a solid understanding of what makes a story stand out online for web presentation, for print, on news aggregation sites and on all social media platforms. Must be comfortable and competent working with an online content management system and with social media sites. Must be proficient in copy editing techniques, know AP style, and be able to write accurate, attention-grabbing headlines. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding of The Washington Times’ audience and ability to recognize what makes a story resonate with our readers.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum 1 to 5 years of relevant online, copy editing, or other newsroom experience required. Knowledge of social media best practices is a plus.

The Washington Times offers a competitive salary that includes medical, dental, vision and company-paid life insurance, as well as a generous paid time off program, matching 401(k) plan, flexible work arrangement, and free-parking.

If you have a huge drive to succeed, outstanding work ethic, integrity, a proven professional with excellent communication skills who is ready to take the lead, apply online TODAY

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About The Washington Times

Since 1982, The Washington Times has furthered its founder's vision to provide a trusted counterweight to the media often identified as "mainstream." While presidents, prime ministers and other power brokers worldwide rely on our coverage, The Times primary audience consists of readers outside the halls of power. The Times delivers that audience facts and commentary to inform and to celebrate the American values of freedom, faith and family.