Content Writer: Healthcare Website Relaunch

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One of New York’s most prestigious medical centers is launching a patient-focused rethink across their entire digital presence. This hospital is determined to create content that patients and their loved ones find approachable, informative, and useful. The right content writer for this gig can distill complex medical information into accessible and informative content for patients that still makes the hospital sound authoritative yet also approachable. If this sounds like you — and especially if you have a background in medical, science, or pharma writing for any kind of website — we want to meet you ASAP.

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Senior Product Manager

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We’re looking for a Senior Product Manager to join the team at an innovative e-commerce technology company. They’re looking for an Agile Product pro with a passion for building exceptional applications and the ability to lead a crack team of Product and Tech folks.

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Product Director

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A household name in entertainment media is looking for a Product Director with solid responsive design chops to drive a major site redesign. They’re redesigning their entire suite of digital properties, and they need an experienced product pro with killer responsive design experience to lead the charge.

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Senior Digital Architect

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A leading lifestyle media network is searching for an experienced Senior Digital Architect to drive development for some of their most popular brands. They need a veteran software pro to help their team build innovative digital products that support revenue growth for one of their biggest categories: food and cooking. These properties reach more than 100 million users a month, so this is anything but small potatoes. To get in the door here, you’ll need experience driving architecture solutions for large consumer-facing media brands, the ability to build cross-functional consensus, and a ruthless approach to prioritization.

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Executive Producer

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At the heart of a global media empire is a best-in-class digital team that’s changing how the game is played. This team needs an innovative Executive Producer to launch a digital video channel in the cooking and lifestyle space. They’ve already got millions of highly engaged monthly users, and the digital video property you create will be seen by millions more.

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Director of Ad Operations

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An e-commerce technology leader is on the hunt for a Director of Ad Operations. They’re looking for a skilled and tech-focused Ad Ops pro who knows how to manage and scale their media business. Is that you?

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Creative Recruiter

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The Hired Guns are looking for a Creative Recruiter to join our team. That’s right–not a client, but The Hired Guns ourselves. We’re growing like crazy, and a new recruiter is just what the doctor ordered. To land this gig, you’ll need to be an experienced recruiter who understands New York’s ultra-competitive digital creative scene and who has an informed POV on what’s hot in UX, Product, and all things design–from visual to graphic to interaction to even product design. If you’ve got what it takes, you could be our newest hire.

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Photo Editor – Production Designer

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One of the top Medical Centers in NYC is looking for a Photo Editor – Production Designer to help them launch their new website. We need a high velocity photo editor – production designer with a great eye to come in for 1-2 months and crank.

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Digital Designer

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We’re looking for a skilled Digital Designer to join the team at a revolutionary health and wellness media company. This is a chance to shape the visual experiences for a massive audience across multiple platforms. This is a freelance role that should last around four months. But if you nail it, this could easily turn into a full-time gig (but only if that’s what you want). If you’ve got a sophisticated aesthetic and the ability to produce great work fast, they need you yesterday.

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Product Manager

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An innovator in digital healthcare media is looking for a Product Manager to come aboard for a short-term project. They’re overhauling their flagship property, and they’re looking for a Product pro who can be join a team of elite digital professionals for this short term project. If you’re able to take this on ASAP — and if you do a killer job — it could mean more engagements down the road.

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