We are currently accepting applications for fall internships. Deadline: August 26.
General submissions are currently closed.
Location: New York City
Hours: Part-time - 20 hours/week
Anticipated start date: Jan. 1, 2019
Epiphany is hiring a Development and Operations Director who will spearhead the magazine's fundraising efforts as well as oversee day-to-day operations of the organization. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with excellent communication skills and organizational know-how, as well as some experience in grant writing or development. Though not required, please note graphic design and/or web design experience when applying. *Please note: this is not an editorial role.
- Oversee subscriptions, plus printing, distribution and storage of issues
- Create and oversee Epiphany's organizational budget
- Hire and manage magazine interns
- Oversee logistical matters with magazine contributors
Publication Management Responsibilities
- Collaborate with the Editor-in-Chief to create and maintain annual calendar, including events, campaigns, and issue cycles
- Maintain and update Epiphany's website [platform: Sqaurespace] (collaborate w/ Editor-in-Chief)
- Manage advertising: create ads [platforms: social media, Google AdWords, print ads] and sell ad space in print issues and Epiphany's newsletter (collaborate w/ Editor-in-Chief)
- Strategize and implement ways to grow the magazine, via sales, visibility, public interest, submitter interest, etc. (collaborate w/ Editor-in-Chief)
- Manage public-facing communication via the Epiphany newsletter (collaborate w/ Editor-in-Chief)
Community Outreach Responsibilities
- Organize issue launch events
- Organize other events and fairs (i.e. Lit Crawl, AWP, Brooklyn Book Festival, NYC Poetry Festival, etc.)
- Plan Epiphany’s annual benefit Fête (collaborate w/ Editor-in-Chief and Epiphany board of directors)
- Oversee Epiphany’s annual year-end fundraiser (collaborate w/ Editor-in-Chief and Epiphany board of directors)
- Research and write grants (i.e. NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs Cultural Development Fund, NYSCA, Amazon Literary Partnership, Whiting Foundation Literary Magazine Grant)