Jobs

Washingtonian, the area’s award winning monthly lifestyle publication, is a certified woman-owned business that serves a diverse region and we believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce represents the best way to cover that region. We seek a staff with a diversity of life experiences, backgrounds, viewpoints, and professional experiences. We strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ+ and gender nonconforming candidates to apply. Washingtonian is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we prohibit discrimination or harassment of any kind based on race, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, pregnancy or any other protected condition under federal and local laws.

I’m looking for a position in: Accounting | Advertising | Art | Circulation | Custom Media | EditorialEvents and Marketing | Production | Web


Accounting

None at this time. 


Advertising

Integrated Account Executive

Washingtonian magazine is looking for a full time salesperson to join its team. Responsibilities include selling our print publications, digital products and event sponsorships. Candidate must have proven sales experience, excellent communication skills, and be a self-starter. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and able to thrive in a high volume, fast-paced and team-oriented environment. Knowledge of the local DC, Maryland, & Virginia market a plus. Compensation package will be commensurate with experience. Email cover letter (including compensation requirements) and resume to kanderson@washingtonian.com

Responsibilities:

  • Meet and exceed sales goals monthly sales goals.
  • Create and sell integrated media programs utilizing all platforms.
  • Cold call & prospect for new customers-sales development of territory is critical.
  • Identify the key advertising placement decision makers and initiate and pursue productive, consultative relationships.
  • Build upon and service existing advertisers in your assigned territory.
  • Develop and prepare sales proposals and custom marketing presentations for advertising clients.
  • Attend networking, community, and client events providing a strong representation of the Washingtonian brand.
  • Respond proactively to client requests for proposals, advertising information and materials.
  • Analyze competitive set and develop formal “account plans” for top 25 prospects in territory.
  • Execute and communicate weekly sales recaps to management.

Skills:

  • 3-5 years of print, digital, event sponsorship, and social media sales experience.
  • Ability to work with and effectively communicate to a full range of clients – from small, local businesses to corporate accounts and advertising agencies.
  • Experience using a sales CRM.
  • Cold calling and negotiation skills.
  • High competency in MS office, particularly PowerPoint & Excel.
  • Ability to deliver strong presentations to a large group.

Art

None at this time. 


Circulation

None at this time. 


Custom Media

None at this time.


Editorial

Editorial Fellowship

Washingtonian’s editorial fellowship offers applicants the chance to immerse themselves in all aspects of making a magazine. As a regional magazine for the national capital, we cover a universe that includes national newsmakers and hometown tastemakers, everything from power politics to local real estate to the ways our diverse city shops, eats, and dresses. Our editorial fellows fact-check stories, work occasional magazine events, and write as often as possible for our magazine and our website. The ideal applicant is a self-starter, ready to collaborate with our creative newsroom and get fired up about covering the day’s happenings in Washington—but also someone with enough curiosity to sniff out interesting news, trends, and personalities that aren’t already in the media. Over the years, our editorial fellows have written feature stories, landed magazine jobs, and had tons of fun. Join us!

Responsibilities: 

  • Pitch and write articles for the print magazine and website
  • Research and fact-check print stories
  • Assist with Washingtonian public programming
  • Attend daily and weekly staff meetings

Qualifications: 

  • Available to work full time Monday through Friday
  • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.
  • Strong multitasking and organizational skills

Fellows are paid at a rate of $16.10/hour

To apply: Please send your résumé, cover letter and two clips to [email protected]washingtonian.com. Clips should be hyperlinked or in PDF format. The application deadline is Friday, November 11 at 11:59 PM, though we will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis. This fellowship will run from January through mid- to late May.

Applicants must live in DC/Maryland/Virginia or be willing to relocate.


Events and Marketing

None at this time.


Production

Production Manager

Washingtonian is seeking a full-time Production Manager with experience in designing ads, managing projects in a deadline driven environment, and helping to shape the advertising sections of an award-winning city magazine. The ideal candidate would have prior experience in print production. Applicants must live in the DC/MD/VA area or be willing to relocate. To apply, send a resume to rhuang@washingtonian.com. Please include your salary requirement. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Qualifications:

  • At least three years of relevant design experience
  • High competency in InDesign, Photoshop, and Acrobat
  • Independently work in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to multitask and juggle priorities on a deadline

Responsibilities:

  • Manage projects on the MagHub software
  • Collaborate with the advertising team to design high quality ads and advertising sections
  • Preflight ads to prepare for print
  • Convert and edit photos for print
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by the Production Director

Web

Web Fellowship

Do you want to produce visually compelling online stories and content to help Washingtonians stay in the know about the newest restaurants, things to do, and cultural news? Are you eager to learn the ins and outs of web production, social media management, and content creation?

Apply to Washingtonian’s web + social media fellowship! 

The web & social media fellow is a self-starter with an appreciation for digital audiences and how they prefer to consume content. They understand that the perfect tweet is not the ideal Instagram caption and can adapt stories for different platforms. They are excited to find new and creative ways to promote and expand our journalism online. Over the years, our web + social fellows have written stories for print and web, landed jobs at prestigious media companies, and had tons of fun.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist web producer in producing stories from print for the website, including features
  • Assist web producer in daily email content curation for newsletters
  • Pitch and produce content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok  
  • Assist social media producer in finding and repurposing archival stories 
  • Assist the digital team in the planning and execution of special project assignments

The fellow will also have the opportunity to learn social media analytics, write for our website and print, and meet with Washingtonian staff to learn about their career trajectory.

Qualifications:

  • Available to work full time Monday through Friday
  • Have CMS experience (WordPress is a plus)
  • Have Photoshop experience
  • Experience creating social content on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. TikTok experience is a plus.
  • Sharp social copywriting skills and strong command of tone
  • Ability to multitask and juggle priorities on deadline
  • Prior HTML experience is a plus
  • Basic video/photo/visual editing skills are a plus
  • SEO experience is a plus
  • Applicants must live in DC/Maryland/Virginia or be willing to relocate.

Fellows are paid at a rate of $16.10/hour

To apply: Please send a cover letter and résumé to jalbarracin@washingtonian.com. Applications are due August 2nd at 11:59 p.m. EST. The fellowship will start in September and run through the end of December.