Sr. Associate Editor, IEEE Spectrum (FT, CA)

Job Title:
Senior Associate Editor, IEEE Spectrum

Full Time, Los Alamitos, CA

Job Description:
The IEEE, the world’s largest professional technical organization with over 370,000 members worldwide, produces 30 percent of the world’s published literature in electrical engineering, computers and control technology. Through the dedication of our members, we’re proud to be the world’s leading authority in technical areas, and want to add you to our success story!

Our IEEE Spectrum Magazine is seeking a West Coast-based Sr. Associate Editor to run our Resources section online and in print. Spectrum’s resources section deals with what’s hot (and what’s not) in technology careers, books, websites, applications, movies, gadgets. What you’ll need to get this job: 5 years of experience conceiving, writing and editing articles about technology for a print magazine or a Web site. A good sense of how to mix text, video, audio together in a compelling online package. Familiarity with one or more blogging tools. A demonstrated ability to work on deadline and a passion for telling people how stuff really works (you could tear down the new 64-core microchip) and why it matters. You are also able to spot technology trends as they are forming. Ideally you will have a home office in the Silicon Valley area and love to go to industry events up and down the West Coast. We’ll also want you to come to our offices in New York frequently and travel internationally to follow tech where it is happening.

We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, 401(k) plan with company match, tuition reimbursement, flexible spending accounts, company paid life insurance, and a business casual dress code. Please apply online by clicking on this link: Only those resumes that go through the link from the web address above will be considered. NO AGENCIES PLEASE. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

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