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Front-end Software Engineer, Wirecutter (Remote)
New York TimesNew York, NY
js, Node.js, Apollo GraphQL, and on the backend: WordPress and Laravel PHP. Responsibilities
Remote
Engineering Manager, Content Management Systems / Photos
New York TimesNew York, NY
Leading development of a new digital asset management system that scales to handle millions of photos.
Customer Care Training Curriculum Writer
New York TimesNew York, NY
Training Curriculum Writer (Part-Time, Temporary)**
Director of Operations
New York TimesNew York, NY
The director of operations will play a meaningful role in helping teams across the company translate our strategy into results, on behalf of the chief operating officer.
Senior Financial Analyst, Wirecutter
New York TimesNew York, NY
Associated topics: analyse, analyst, bi, business systems analyst, consult, financial analyst, financial analytic, inspect, investment banking, refinement
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Management Job Titles: Which One Fits You?

We all know what managers do because we’ve all worked under at least one (if not many) over the course of our careers. And, boy, can they impact our lives – both at the office and personally. On one hand, a bad manager can torpedo morale and even drive us to seek a new job. Someone who is good at managing others, on the other hand, will inspire and motivate us. In the same way, managers – good and bad - directly impact our happiness at work (and in life). 

Staff Writer, Personal Finance
New York TimesNew York, NY
Collaborate with the senior editor on templates and brainstorm innovative ways to present your work.
Executive Creative Director
New York TimesNew York, NY
The ECD must have on the ground experience in ALL of the following fields- creative agency advertising, film production, experiential/immersive projects, digital design, print, industrial design, emergent technology and art (architecture is a plus).
Front-end Software Engineer
New York TimesNew York, NY
Wirecutter is powered by a modern web stack consisting of a variety of languages and frameworks including: PHP - WordPress, Laravel This is a remote position in a fully distributed department.
Culture Reporter
New York TimesNew York, NY
Associated topics: blogging, communication, copywriter, correspondent, headline, news, newsperson, publication, reporter, writer
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How to Write a Warehouse Manager Resume (Tips & Examples)

Warehouse managers are in high demand these days, in large part due to the popularity of e-commerce companies like Amazon and eBay. Not only are they in demand, but the average salary has been increasing as well. This is good news if you’ve been working in a warehouse for several years and are looking to progress in your career.

Sr Network Engineer
New York TimesNew York, NY
+ Knowledge of firewall technologies – Juniper SRX & Fortinet Firewalls
Senior Financial Analyst, Financial Planning & Analysis
New York TimesNew York, NY
+ Preferably, some experience with multidimensional cube reporting (Essbase, HFM, Outlooksoft, etc.)
Engineering Manager
New York TimesNew York, NY
Data Engineering Manager: Lead two teams responsible for the technology, strategy and direction of our experimentation and targeting platforms as part of the NYT Data Mission.
Full-time
Digital Marketing Trafficker
New York TimesNew York, NY
Job Description The Digital Marketing Trafficker will report to the Digital Media Ad Operations Manager and successfully work within the Experience Optimization team, in the areas of Trafficking and Campaign Management.
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Help! Which Best Regards Variation Should I Use?

When it comes to writing a cover letter or other professional correspondence, people pay attention to the introduction and body text, but what about the ending? While a simple “thank you” often works, there are many times when it doesn’t and you may need a backup closing. One of the best closings to consider is regards. So, here are a few things to consider, as well a few variations to try. 

Lead Editor, Computing/Networking, Wirecutter
New York TimesNew York, NY
Other advantageous experience would include experience with understanding SEO and web analytics data for editorial decisions, creating test plans for product evaluation, collaborating with an art director and/or photo editor to present content visually, and expressing complex ideas using visualizations such as charts, graphs, or infographics
Cooking Writer NEW!
New York TimesNew York, NY
The ideal candidate has superb research and recipe development skills; a clear and engaging voice as a writer; culinary knowledge across multiple cuisines; strong and engaging communication skills on video; a gift for cooking instruction and thinking creatively about how to help readers in the kitchen; and a passion for the journalistic mission of The New York Times.

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