Senior Editor, Editing Residency

Job Description

We are looking for a journalist to be the driving force behind The Times Editing Residency, as well as an equal partner in our other career development efforts across the newsroom.

This editor must possess excellent news judgment and editing experience, have an eye for talent, and have a track record of nurturing and mentoring newsroom colleagues. Strong communication and project management skills also are essential in this role. The position will report to Ted Kim, the director of career programs.

Responsibilities include:
  • Helping shape the Editing Residency and managing its day-to-day operations.
  • Mentoring the editing class, monitoring its progress, and providing feedback and support.
  • Working with the rest of the careers team on pushing forward and evolving the team's other major endeavors, such as the newsroom fellowship.
  • Helping recruit for the Editing Residency, fellowship and other career programs.


This is an excluded position. Applicants should apply in Workday, submitting a resume and a memo of one page or less describing their experience in mentoring colleagues and working on career-development-related efforts.

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