Magazine Career Opportunities

Discover Your Next Career Move at Curve Magazine


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ADVERTISING SALES
Join our Sales team in our New Jersey  Office.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven sales person, who understands print, social media and digital platforms. Be guided by an experienced team or contribue your wealth of knowledge and make a difference to lesbian publishing! 

DIGITAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
This is a new position on a contract basis. Do you have a strong background in social media? Are you familiar with Apps and its marketing platforms? Are you experienced with electronic newsletters and CMS? Can you manage a team of Volunteers and Interns?
We are only accepting applications with a strong background on all listed platforms. 

 

VOLUNTEER WORK 
Curve Magazine offers a wide program of volunteer work. We welcome your talent and work with you to find the right niche!

Current volunteers offering their time in:

  1. social media
  2. organising and running vendor table across North America at Pride Festivals and major womens events. 
  3. journalism (usually web based editorial) 

INTERNSHIP 
Are you considering a carreer change? Not sure if you like to work in media? Are you studying and need to gain experience?
Over the past years Interns have been working behind the scene to support our editorial team. Minimum of 3 month committment is required.You will receive a reference at the end of your internship. 

Interships are available :

  1. Social Media 
  2. Editorial assistance

Email silke@curvemag.com for more information on each position 

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