We're Hiring: Urban Family Digital Editor (Shanghai)

By Urban Family, July 9, 2019

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Passionate about media? Come work at a growing company that offers opportunities to advance and work alongside an accomplished, dynamic team.

HK Focus Media (Urbanatomy Media) is a multi-media company based in top-tier cities across China, with a comprehensive portfolio of products from print magazines, city and national websites, mobile and tablet apps, strong social media presence, as well as regular supplements.

Our publications and platforms, That's MagazinesUrban Family and URFamily cover a wide variety of topics in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Suzhou and Greater China, including: News, Restaurants & Dining, Bars & Nightlife, Arts & Entertainment, Events, Lifestyle, Families & Kids, Fashion, Culture, Sports, Music, Business, Environment, Technology and much more.

Deeply connected with the local market and culture, we have been in business in China for over 20 years. With a vibrant mix of local and international staff, we are focused on delivering quality lifestyle content across a variety of different platforms.

We're looking for an enthusiastic candidate to fill the following position...

Urban Family Digital Editor (Shanghai)

We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated editor with experience in media and strong understanding of digital/social platforms to join our team in Shanghai.

Urban Family and its corresponding digital platforms operate under HK Focus Media. After two decades of steady development in the English-language media industry, the group is entering the bilingual new media market and strives to build a comprehensive, multi-product, high-end family-oriented online platform.

The Urban Family Digital Editor will be responsible for overseeing the multi-media family content for Urban Family Shanghai. The role requires creativity, strong attention to detail and the ability to work to tight deadlines.

Responsibilities

  • Prepare daily content for Urban Family and manage www.urban-family.com

  • Manage the Urban Family WeChat and social media accounts

  • Work closely with the marketing and new media product departments

  • Cooperate with the commercial team to complete customized content for clients

  • Actively participate in various family activities to assist marketing department in promoting company products

  • Seek to cooperate with other popular platforms to expand Urban Family's audience

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or above, with a degree in journalism preferred

  • Relevant work experience in writing and editing

  • Fluent in Chinese and English, with excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Bilingual communication skills and the ability to adapt to a bilingual working environment

  • Familiarity with family, parent and child market trends and new media product operation, with connections in the new media industry or family market a plus

  • Excellent communication skills and team spirit

Interested in applying?

To apply, send an email with your CV and cover letter to editor@urbanatomy.com with the subject 'Urban Family Digital Editor'

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