OnOffice, Deputy Editor
OnOffice, the award-winning, monthly workplace design magazine, is seeking a Deputy Editor.
This role is vital in the smooth running of the magazine, with responsibilities that include commissioning and writing features, news and reviews and supporting the Editor in planning the bigger picture editorial strategy. OnOffice is dedicated to the world of workplace, showing how great design can make people happier and more productive during their 9-5.
It also covers interiors and architecture of other related sectors such as hotels, education and civic spaces and is an informative and visually led read for its target audience of architects and designers.
OnOffice is a title that is really going places and don’t just take our word for it – the magazine has been nominated for the last two years in the Business Magazine of the Year category at the PPAs – the magazine industry equivalent of the Oscars.
You will have an ability to generate ideas for themes and features for the magazine. You will have a passion for and preferably experience within the fields of design and architecture and be able to filter that through an OnOffice lens, with a contacts book to match.
As well as commissioning and managing freelance writers, you will be expected to produce significant amounts of copy yourself, in a timely and accurate manner and ensure accompanying images are of a print-ready quality.
There will be some scope to manage the editorial content of the website and OnOffice's social media channels as well.
A key part of the role involves attending industry events outside of working hours, representing the brand and embedding yourself within the design world. There will be some scope for travel to international design fairs.
This is a senior, full time position, based in Media 10's offices in Loughton, IG10, Zone 6, on the Central Line – please do ensure this would be a feasible daily commute for you.
Apply now to Fran Lobel by completing the application form below, enclosing a brief covering message detailing your salary expectation.