We're looking for a super special someone to round out our team ... could we be looking for you?
Tablespoon is on the hunt for somebody with a real passion for food to help manage and publish all the great recipes and food ideas you see on the site. If food is your thing, and if you’re creative and have experience managing content on the web — come drop us a line.
- Full-time (35-40 hours/week) contract/freelance
- Must be able to work on-site in Minneapolis, MN
- 1 year commitment required
- Required experience in web content management, writing and editing
- Love food and food blogs as much as we do
- Be awesome! Dynamic and self-motivated
As the website content manager and editor, you will be responsible for finding and sourcing epic food content Tablespoon fans will love and share with others. You’ll also create and manage an editorial calendar with best-in-class food content ideas (recipes, tips, and videos, vines, gifs) on a monthly and quarterly basis. Since you’ll be working closely with the social, email and production teams to maintain site content standards, excellent communication and organizational skills and the desire to work collaboratively are a must.
- Find and source food trends and contributors influencing food culture
- Have an eye for excellent food photography
- Ability to communicate visual direction and recipe development
- Coordinate monthly and quarterly planning meetings for content ideation and scheduling assignments
- Work with a cross-departmental team to maintain and develop a master content calendar for all web components (site, social channels, email, etc.)
- Edit and proofread web content as needed
- Manage production team, bloggers and editorial writers to keep them on schedule with content assignments
- Keep current with emerging web technologies in the food space
- Track and report on content related site metrics
- Work collaboratively with key team members, brands teams and vendors
- Ability to network and connect with food industry influencers to develop content partnerships
- 3-5 years experience in digital project management, content management or production for high traffic websites
- Exceptional writing, communication and organizational skills
- Knowledge of basic HTML and experience with content management systems
- Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, agile environment
- A ‘yes’ attitude with the ability to work with multiple stake-holders to deliver best-in-class results
- Basic Adobe Photoshop skills
- Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, or related field
If this sounds like you, send your resume, cover letter and writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "I’M AWESOME, HIRE ME”
. We won’t be able to respond to everyone, but if we think you might be a good fit, we’ll get back to you before June 7th.