Here’s a few more job leads to keep you busy this week.
Budget Travel Magazine, a subsidiary of Newsweek, Inc., is looking for a features editor to assign, write, and edit stories, oversee projects, represent Budget Travel, and make media appearances.
Oh, but wait!
Don’t just send your resume. The editor of Budget Travel, Erik Torkells, is looking for more than that. He’s looking for someone who understands the magazines’ focus, can sell themselves, and bursting with new and innovative ideas. So, clear your schedule, polish that resume, and write your best stuff if you want to be considered for this job.
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Just a reminder, Seal Press is looking for original stories about Greece for their upcoming anthology, Greece, A Love Story. The anthology will be edited by Camille Cusumano and continue in the tradition of France, A Love Story, Italy, A Love Story, and Mexico, A Love Story.
The deadline is July 1, 2006 so get your stories in. Pay is $100. Send your double-spaced essays, contact information, and short bio to: Camille Cusumano at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use Greece, A Love Story as the subject.
Travel Agent Magazine is looking for a story editor to work with the managing editor and art department, answer queries, write briefs, and much more.
More information is available on Journalism Jobs.