The big picture: Axios is dedicated to providing trustworthy, award-winning news content in an audience-first format. We're hiring an Editor/Producer to provide editorial leadership for our robust and growing event portfolio.

Why it matters: Axios has built a newsroom of talented award-winning journalists committed to providing our readers the most trustworthy information in the most efficient way possible. Reporting to the Managing Editor of Events, the Editor/Producer will play a critical role in ensuring alignment and collaboration between our newsroom and events teams as Axios continues our incredible growth trajectory. 

Go deeper: The Editor/Producer, Axios Events will have the following primary responsibilities:

  • Serve as editorial lead developing event concepts and planning a range of Axios events, from virtual events to live, in-person summits.
  • Oversee Axios’s premier Expert Voices series of high-level, highly curated roundtable discussions with Axios reporters and leaders in government and business.
  • Assign, coordinate and edit coverage of our events published to Axios.com from Editorial Events staff. 
  • Coordinate and support newsroom’s social media promotion and coverage of Axios events. 
  • Ensure that our events portfolio reflect our editorial standards, reflect diverse points of view, and help Axios stay at the forefront of news
  • Identify growth opportunities for our events content, in partnership with the Axios podcast and social media teams 
  • Support and coordinate editorial moderator bookings for events and identifying leads for external guests in coordination with our booking team as needed
  • Oversee associate producers/writers on the Editorial events team
  • The Editor/Producer will also be a leader and mentor for the reporters and editors on the team.

The details: Ideal candidates will embody an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion for Axios’ mission and have the following skills: 

  • A commitment to building and nurturing a diverse and inclusive environment 
  • Demonstrated experience booking and managing live events 
  • A belief in Smart Brevity as the core writing style of Axios
  • Editing experience in a fast-paced news environment
  • Demonstrated experience conceptualizing big ideas and seeing them through 
  • Experience working across teams to produce quality content
  • Demonstrated knowledge of digital and social media landscape
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

What Axios brings to the table besides salary:

  • 401(k) with employer match
  • Robust PPO and High Deductible health insurance options on the Blue Cross Blue Shield network
  • Employer Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution for the high deductible health plan option
  • Dental and vision coverage
  • Primary caregiver 12-week paid leave
  • Generous vacation policy, plus holidays
  • One mental health day per quarter
  • Annual learning and development stipend
  • $100 monthly work-from-home stipend
  • Tele-mental health services through Headspace
  • OneMedical membership, including tele-health services
  • Personal health advocacy resources through HealthAdvocate 
  • Inclusive fertility, hormonal health and family forming benefits through Carrot Fertility
  • Access to the Axios “Family Fund”, which was created to allow employees to request financial support when facing financial hardship or emergencies 
  • Increased work flexibility for parents and caretakers 
  • Virtual company-sponsored social events
  • A strong and positive work environment
  • A commitment to an open, inclusive, and diverse work culture

Starting salary for this role is in the range of $110,000 - $125,000 and is dependent on numerous factors, including but not limited to location, work experience, and skills. This range does not include other compensation benefits.

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This policy applies to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, recruiting, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, leave of absence, compensation, benefits, training, and apprenticeship. Axios makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit, and business needs at the time.

 

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