Assistant Editor

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Description

CUSP Magazine is a Chicago based online magazine that focuses on helping creatives gain exposure through interviews, events and more. Our mindset is “Creatives Helping Creatives.”

Our goal is to have each student partaking in all of the creative works we offer. Each position has a director, that helps them execute in our style as well as giving them a chance to develop their own style. Students will attend shoots with staff members to learn these methods and take notes on ways to improve their own style and work. Our company however believes that students are in school to do a large part of their learning, we want to give them an opportunity to go out shoot, make some mistakes and learn from them. Our company is a virtual publication, so a lot of what we do is on the run, hitting events and meeting Chicago creatives. We meet once a week and go over what they are learning and how the internship is going.

CUSP combines traditional writing with high quality photo, video and audio content that allows for a multilevel experience for the entity as well as the intern.

The Role of the Intern is to articulate the message of the company as well as the entities we are highlighting in a very unique and interesting way.

The Assistant Editor position is a learning experience rooted in real time work situations. This position is designed for a leader who is aspiring for a hands on internship, that gives them a chance to work directly in their field of study.Our company is growing by the day, and we are looking for driven, intelligent and independent individuals who are looking for a chance to showcase their skills to the world.

Responsibilities

Will be discussed in first interview

Requirements

Admin experience
Organization
Editing
Social media
Google Drive
Email Management

Skills

Required - Administartion, Assistant Work, Email Management, Social Media

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