The Los Angeles Times is looking to hire talented digital journalists for six-month temporary positions, with potential for extension. The open positions are on the digital Hub, the center of The Times’ web-first efforts.
Duties of an latimes.com digital editor include web production, homepage editing and other work for latimes.com and related platforms.
Successful candidates will have excellent news judgment, an aptitude for learning content management systems, impeccable copy editing skills, a knack for writing headlines that work on the web, and the ability to start immediately.
We’re looking for people who can work overnight shifts or daytime hours, five days a week.
The Los Angeles Times is the largest news-gathering organization west of the Mississippi and has never missed a day of publishing since its founding in 1881. Now read by more than 50 million unique visitors monthly, The Times is the leading source of news, information and opinion for readers everywhere that are interested in Los Angeles, California and the West. The Times’ journalism has been recognized with 44 Pulitzer Prizes, six of which were gold medals for public service.