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EcoWatch Is Hiring

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EcoWatch has two immediate openings at its Cleveland-based office to run its two new verticals, EcoProducts and EcoLiving. We are looking for candidates who have more than three (3) years experience in the online news media marketplace with at least three (3) years experience as managing editor or equivalent to manage and edit the new verticals that will launch early fall.

 

Manager/Editor EcoProducts Vertical

The candidate for this position will exhibit enthusiasm, flexibility and a positive attitude; posses excellent editing and writing skills and excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills; and be able to organize and prioritize multiple tasks with an acute attention to detail to effectively and efficiently run the EcoProducts vertical.

The candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the EcoProducts vertical and should have knowledge of green tech and environmentally sustainable industries.

Daily Tasks:
• Aggregate and curate news, and compose original content for EcoProducts vertical
• Manage green products e-commerce site
• Build networks with individuals, organizations and businesses related to green product industries
• Monitor real-time analytics and evaluate daily targets

Job Qualifications:
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and independently
• Excellent computer skills with experience on Macintosh computers
• Experience with content management systems including WordPress
• Experience working with a variety of social media outlets, and ability to drive and develop robust engagement on each platform
• Ability to write headlines and craft content to go viral
• Extensive knowledge of SEO and online analytics
• Strong graphic design/art direction ability and proficiency in PhotoShop or other photo editing software
• Ability to thrive in deadline-based and fast-paced environment

A passion for a sustainable planet a must.

Hours:  Full-time position at the EcoWatch office in Cleveland, Ohio

Salary & Benefits:  Competitive compensation package

How to Apply:  Email cover letter, resume and three (3) references to spear@ecowatch.com

 

Manager/Editor EcoLiving Vertical

The candidate for this position will exhibit enthusiasm, flexibility and a positive attitude; posses excellent editing and writing skills and excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills; and be able to organize and prioritize multiple tasks with an acute attention to detail to effectively and efficiently run the EcoLiving vertical.

The candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the EcoLiving vertical and should have extensive knowledge and networks in human health and environmental communities.

Daily Tasks:
• Aggregate and curate news, and compose original content for EcoLiving vertical
• Develop creative daily engagement tools and content for readers to interact with each other
• Build networks with individuals, organizations and businesses related to health and environmental industries
• Monitor real-time analytics and evaluate daily targets

Job Qualifications:
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and independently
• Excellent computer skills with experience on Macintosh computers
• Experience with content management systems including WordPress
• Experience working with a variety of social media outlets, and ability to drive and develop robust engagement on each platform
• Ability to write headlines and craft content to go viral
• Extensive knowledge of SEO and online analytics
• Strong graphic design/art direction ability and proficiency in PhotoShop or other photo editing software
• Ability to thrive in deadline-based and fast-paced environment

A passion for a sustainable planet a must.

Hours:  Full-time position at the EcoWatch office in Cleveland, Ohio

Salary & Benefits:  Competitive compensation package

How to Apply:  Email cover letter, resume and three (3) references to spear@ecowatch.com

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