It’s Nice That is looking for an editor to lead its editorial and commercial projects. This is a rare opportunity to develop one of the most respected creative platforms around.
Since launching in 2007, It’s Nice That has been dedicated to building a credible and accessible creative destination like no other. Over the last ten years It’s Nice That has received critical acclaim and cemented itself as a trusted pillar in contemporary creative culture reaching an online audience of over half a million readers a month and a total reach in excess of 1.4 million.
We are actively looking for an editor to lead the editorial team working across all It’s Nice That projects – itsnicethat.com, Printed Pages, Nicer Tuesdays as well as commercial partnerships.
The ideal candidate will have experience in similar editorial teams in the creative industry working across both in-house publishing projects and commercial partnerships. They will enjoy working in a creative environment, clearly communicating, prioritising and delegating to hit targets and meet deadlines but most importantly champion creativity.
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