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Cahaba Media GroupBirmingham, AL
  • We are a team of editors and creative minds who produce and publish the leading B2B publications and digital media products at Cahaba Media Group (CMG).
  • We re a company focused on growth and the development of our employees, as well as the educational content that engages our audiences.
  • You are a deadline-driven, organized and energetic copy editor and writer looking to build a career in the editorial world.
  • You are a word nerd and have no problem correcting spelling and grammar use in text messages with your friends and family.
  • You thrive in a role in which words, freedom of creativity and meeting deadlines make your days whole.
  • Have a bachelor s degree in journalism, English, communications or a related field
  • Have at least 2 to 5 years of relevant work experience
  • Have copy editing experience
  • Have reporting and/or writing experience
  • Have social media experience
  • Are familiar with AP Style, InDesign and Drupal/WordPress (or similar content
  • Coordinate with the senior editor on editorial direction for the magazine and digital products
  • Assign and perform detailed copy editing on articles for the magazine, website
  • Write in-house bylines and other content as needed
  • Manage and produce e-newsletters
  • Manage social media
  • Assist with webinars, podcasts and content marketing projects
  • Write and compile news, product and government relations sections for print
  • Coordinate and compile special sections
  • Conduct website SEO tagging and archive work
  • Create digital content schedules and produce online content
  • Perform client outreach as requested by sales team
  • Attend in-person (some travel required) and virtual trade shows and conferences for various industry organizations
  • Monitor press announcements and industry news for article leads
  • Other responsibilities as needed
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