Yesterday, Kill Screen‘s Editorial Director, Clayton Purdom, announced his departure in the only way he knows how. We’re sad to see him go. But that does mean we’re now looking to fill that gap he has left behind.
In short, we’re looking for someone who can steer the ship of all of Kill Screen‘s editorial properties going forward. Come make us awesome! That includes our print magazine, the Kill Screen website, and its sister sites, Versions and The Meta. They’ll also help to direct the events related to those three websites as well as any other creative projects the team dives towards. Another point on the list is working with the Director of Business Development to shape out the editorial business and make sure it continues to grow.
This is a full-time position, ideal for someone who lives in Los Angeles or is willing to relocate (but we are open to a remote worker too). Kill Screen is also interested in working with and hiring women, LGBTQ people, people of color, people with disabilities, and people with nontraditional educational backgrounds.
You can look up the full scope of what being an Editorial Director for us entails over on the Submittable post for the position.
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