Bridge is hiring a copy editor/production manager for our growing audience

Bridge Magazine is once again expanding our award-winning staff to meet the needs of a rapidly growing Michigan audience.

Bridge seeks a copy editor/production manager. The successful candidate is an experienced editor and wordsmith and easily wears many hats.

We need you to help shepherd our website, work closely with editors and other managers, edit copy and post and share stories on social media. The ideal candidate has a reporter’s eye for detail, keen organizational skills and strong knowledge of style, grammar, SEO, basic html coding, posting in a CMS, sizing photos, slideshow galleries and curating social media platforms. Experience with Photoshop and creating graphics a plus.

Nonprofit Bridge Magazine, based in Arbor Arbor, also with offices in Lansing and Detroit, produces nonpartisan journalism and is four-time Newspaper of the Year winner, according to the Michigan Press Association. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Hours for this position are negotiable, working remotely is usually fine, and salary/benefits are competitive.

Please send a resume and cover letter by June 10 to Editor David Zeman, and Managing Editor Joel Kurth,

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