Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
11/6/2018
Job Category:
Writing / Editing
Associate Editor, Wharton Magazine
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University of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, PA
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Job Description

The Associate Editor of Wharton Magazine-a key communications vehicle to the 98,000+ alumni community as well as current and prospective students-reports to the Editor and assists with the magazine's print and online content, from the editorial planning stage through the writing/editing process, publication, and promotion on social media channels. The Associate Editor also oversees the Class Notes section, working with the magazine's 100+ class correspondent volunteers who submit updates for each issue.

Specific duties include: Create, manage and post content for Wharton Magazine, both online and print, from story concept to final approval; edit the Class Notes section and work with our design team to coordinate art/layouts; oversee the magazine's blog network, consisting of alumni contributors and repurposed stories from across the School; create social media content; assist with management of magazine email inbox; work with work-study students; collaborate with colleagues in Communications & Donor Relations as well as across External Affairs; occasionally travel and work nights or weekends; and additional duties as assigned. External Affairs

About University of Pennsylvania

The University of Pennsylvania is dedicated to providing a wide array of athletic opportunities on both the intercollegiate and recreational levels which will enhance and enrich the educational experience of our students, as well as provide recreational and fitness facilities and activities for the entire University community. Penn Athletics is committed to conducting a program that is consistent with the educational purposes of the University of Pennsylvania and the principles of the Ivy Group Agreement, ECAC and NCAA. We encourage the highest standards of competition for our intercollegiate teams, foster the individual balance between the academic and athletic experience and promote a shared experience with the University community, alumni and friends which help form the foundation of a lifelong relationship between the individual and the University.