The Washington Post’s Capital Business is looking for a digital editor-producer to oversee digital strategy and manage special projects. This is an ideal position for someone who is eager to experiment with new ways to serve readers. The Capital Business team writes daily for The Washington Post and produces a weekly publication focusing on the region’s business community. We power the On Small Business, On I.T. and Digger blogs and produce CapBiz A.M., a morning e-mail newsletter rounding up the day’s local business headlines. We also produce special reports on topics such as Top Workplaces and the Post 200.
We’re looking for someone who can continue to improve upon all these outlets and help us create new ones, especially as we work to serve readers who reach us on mobile devices. This individual would be our point person on digital strategy, keeping us current on the latest innovations. The ideal candidate would be a strong copy editor, someone who can improve stories and write engaging digital headlines, all while juggling daily and weekly deadlines. The editor-producer also would manage our social media outreach and oversee our expanding roster of special reports.
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