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Insights Editor

Atlantic Media Strategies (AMS) is The Atlantic’s fast-growing content consultancy digital agency. We bring the savvy of a world-renowned media company to Fortune 500 companies, public policy institutions, fast-growing start-ups, and other media brands.  Our team of strategists, editors, writers, designers, developers, and marketers work together to create smart, substantive experiences and helps leading brands engage their audiences and move their organizations and ideas forward.  

After nearly five years in operation, AMS is at an exciting moment of growth. We are seeking to build on our growing position as a thought leader in media trends by adding an Insights Editor to our team. The Insights Editor will lead the team’s efforts to unearth strategic and tactical insights that can be used in client and prospect conversations, marketing collateral, events programming and client work, drawing from The Atlantic and its sister brands, AMS client work and the broader media landscape. The Insights Editor will lead AMS’ publishing efforts across Medium, our newsletter and our social media platforms. The Insights Editor will also provide concepts and intelligence for AMS event programming, including training and workshops, in collaboration with the AMS marketing team. The Insights Editor will report to AMS' Managing Director, Editorial & Insights.


Qualifications of the ideal candidate

  • Possesses 4+ years of experience in digital media, ideally covering developments and trends in the space
  • Has a passion for discovering the latest media trends, and is a voracious reader of sources such as The American Press Institute, Neiman Lab, Poynter, Digiday, AdAge, etc. and a careful follower of industry events and influencers
  • Has demonstrated experience as writer and editor, with the ability to deliver high-quality journalism at the standard of The Atlantic
  • Has experience managing editorial calendars and publishing schedules, with unyielding attention to detail and deadlines
  • Is highly experienced with today’s most powerful distribution platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Medium, and Instagram at a minimum
  • Is highly experienced with digital media analytics data and platforms including Google Analytics, Omniture, Chartbeat, etc.
  • Is highly organized, with the ability to capture, store, and catalogue valuable information for easy reference by others
  • Has excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Unfailingly demonstrates a spirit of entrepreneurialism, intellectualism, supportiveness, and positivity

Job responsibilities include:

  • Identifying and analyzing new insights and trends across the modern media landscape and of particular relevance to AMS’ core client communities
  • Translating insights and trends into an editorial calendar that drives AMS marketing and business development efforts, in collaboration with the AMS business growth and marketing teams
  • Serving as an in house researcher, reporter, and editor, seeking to unearth insights from the AMS team as well as editors and experts from across Atlantic Media
  • Partnering with editorial and marketing teams to package insights into published pieces, brand collateral, presentations, and workshops
  • Managing the AMS Digital Trends Index Medium publication and newsletter, as well as any related derivatives, including serving as a principal author
  • Managing AMS’s social media platforms in collaboration with the AMS marketing team
  • Presenting insights to AMS clients and prospects in variety of settings
  • Serving as subject matter expert on insights on AMS client projects
  • Providing careful review, editing and feedback on Insights-related work by other team members
  • Building and managing a hub of insights materials for broader team use and reference
  • Leading a weekly internal all-team meeting as opportunity to educate the team on new insights and to gather new learnings


Atlantic Media Values:

Across Atlantic Media, generally, the firm looks for two “pillar gifts” in its candidates.  In all of us, these are more aspirational than actual, but they are central in our intentions.

  1. Force of Intellect - Atlantic Media seeks a discipline and rigor of thought as manifested, often, in exceptional academic performance and, later, success in a professional environment.
  2. Spirit of Generosity - Equally, Atlantic Media seeks what we term a spirit of generosity – a natural disposition towards service and selfless conduct.

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