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CONDÉ NAST INTERNATIONAL, TALENT
PA to Director of Talent - 050

Condé Nast International's Director of Talent requires an extremely efficient, highly organised and enthusiastic PA to provide complete administrative support. This role entails diary management, correspondence, and organisation of both internal and external meetings.  

Daily responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manage the busy diary of the Director of Talent, including meetings, calls and extensive travel arrangements
  • Manage expenses, administrate regular business reporting and organise events and travel
  • Researching candidates and current market trends, using search tools and social networks such as LinkedIn
  • Compiling data on systems for an internal and external database of
    talent (FileFinder)
  • Assist in preparing speeches and presentations, using PowerPoint and Keynote
  • Responsible for administering confidential information on a daily basis
  • Working closely with the Talent Brand Manager and Talent Consultant on various special projects

Good communication skills and a friendly telephone manner are essential as the position involves constant liaison with key stakeholders in the business as well as contacts and clients outside Condé Nast.

The ideal candidate will have proven experience as a PA within a recruitment, HR, commercial or creative environment and be proficient on all MS Office packages including Word and Excel. Candidates will have an international mind-set with the ability to multitask across many projects at any one time.

Experience working with an HR/Recruitment database would be an advantage.  Due to the nature of the department, someone who is able to work autonomously is essential for this position. 

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.





 



VOGUE EDITORIAL
Fashion Features Editor - 049

VOGUE is seeking an experienced and dynamic Fashion Features Editor to join the busy fashion features team. The position requires the ability to write longer read pieces, interviews and trend stories, in addition to snappy captions and lively copy for fashion pointers to accompany the fashion shoots.

Key responsibilities in the role include, but are not limited to:

  • Writing features which include interviews, profiles and trend stories
  • Editing and commissioning features
  • Contributing original feature ideas for print and digital
  • Standing in for senior editors when they are away from the office
  • Attending press days and appointments as well as representing and being an ambassador of VOGUE at all times

The successful candidate will require an up to date knowledge of the fashion industry, great contacts and will have experience in editing and commissioning features in addition to a good eye for product and merchandise.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.





 



CONDÉ NAST DIGITAL UK
Intern, cntraveller.com - 048
(6-month Internship paid at National Minimum Wage)

Condé Nast Traveller's website cntraveller.com is looking for an enthusiastic intern to join its busy online editorial team.

The job involves helping the team with web production (such as building
features from Condé Nast Traveller magazine), writing and scheduling tweets (around 30 a day) and helping manage other social media, compiling photography galleries, updating content on the website and assisting the editors, and writing travel-news stories. The job does not involve any travel.

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and passionate about travel and
online publishing. They must be able to write well, have an excellent grasp of
English and an understanding of the Condé Nast Traveller style and readership,
and be able to show evidence of an active interest in social media and/or
blogging. Relevant experience and/or a qualification in journalism is preferable, but not essential.

Applicants should be available for six months from the end of May and available to interview in the coming weeks.

To support your application, please provide a piece of travel writing written by yourself in the past 12 months. No longer than 500 words, the piece can be a highlight from a longer feature written by you, or a self-contained travel story. It can be a personal account (such as a blog entry), something you have had published elsewhere, or you can write it specifically for this application. Please state which is the case with your entry, and feel free to provide a link if it is available (credited) online. We will be looking for accuracy and a lively and interesting writing style. Where you write about is not important.

Please note, only successful applicants will be contacted.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.



 

 



CONDÉ NAST INTERNATIONAL, E-COMMERCE
User Experience Guru - E-Commerce - 047

Are you looking to change the face of e-commerce and revolutionise the way we shop online?

Are you driven by UX and passionate about innovating, inventing and developing the ultimate e-commerce user experience?

Do you know the e-commerce rule book inside and out, including which page to tear up and how to write the missing ones?

If so, then we want you to join the new Condé Nast International e-commerce team and help us transform the online shopping experience, drawing on our heritage of the most engaging, visually arresting and innovative publishing brands in the world, which include Vogue, GQ and Wired.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • A creative, out-of-the-box thinker who has a deep knowledge, understanding, intrigue and passion for the definitive e-commerce user experience
  • You have experience and are fully comfortable in a start-up, lab-style environment
  • There are no limits to your creativity and you are continually coming up with pioneering concepts to advance e-commerce UX
  • You will be responsible for inventing and delivering original, inventive and highly usable online experience for web and digital platforms
  • The customer is always at the centre of your work, your decisions and your projects
  • Your collaboration with creative, technological and delivery teams and your dedication and enthusiasm to the brand's vision and philosophy will be unwavering

About CNI

Condé Nast International (CNI), a division of Advance Publications, sets the benchmark for multimedia publishing excellence. CNI currently operates in 27 markets, publishing 127 magazines, close to 100 websites and over 200 tablet and Smartphone apps, under such respected brands as Vogue, GQ, Glamour, Wired, Condé Nast Traveller, AD and Vanity Fair. Recent launches include Vanity Fair in France, Condé Nast Traveler in China, Vogue in Thailand, Ukraine and The Netherlands, GQ in Turkey, Glamour in Brazil, AD in India and Allure in Russia. CNI continues to expand beyond its traditional publishing domain, through activities which include: global events such as Vogue Fashion's Night Out, GQ Men of the Year and Glamour Women of the Year; Wired events and consultancy services; The Vogue Wedding Show; CNI Restaurants and the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design which recently opened in London.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box. 





 



WIRED ADVERTISING
Account Manager - 046

Wired is looking for an Account Manager to join the advertising sales team.

The primary responsibility of the role will be to drive display revenues across
online, print, tablet and phone. However, the candidate needs to display a level of flexibility because they will inevitably be involved with creative solutions and cross-media partnerships. This is a unique opportunity to join the Magazine Brand of the Year at a crucial moment in its evolution.

The successful candidate will have proven multi-platform sales experience and be used to meeting targets in a competitive sales environment.  An appetite for hard work and a tenacious approach to winning business are essential, as is a keen sense of humour. You will also need to perform well under pressure and enjoy working in a forward-thinking, dynamic team. Some understanding and enthusiasm for technology and the modern digital world is desirable.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.





 



GLAMOUR EDITORIAL
Senior / Middleweight Tablet Designer - 045
(Maternity Cover Contract)

GLAMOUR Magazine is looking for a dedicated, innovative and talented designer to join the design team in creating and supervising consistency within the tablet editions and other digital applications.

The successful candidate will already have high standards in magazine craft and be experienced in digital design, coupled with exceptional knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. A practical knowledge of Adobe Edge, the rest of Adobe's Creative Suite, video editing or HTML is advantageous. Experience in creating content for the iPad is essential. The candidate must be organised, capable of working to tight deadlines, and a good communicator.

The successful candidate will have lots of enthusiasm for GLAMOUR, have clever, innovative ideas and an impressive track record of work and must be able to work under pressure, to strict deadlines and with precision and flair.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box. Without the reference number, your application cannot be considered. 

 



 



VOGUE EDITORIAL
Fashion Coordinator - 044

Vogue is looking for an efficient, articulate, hardworking and gregarious person to work in the fashion department as Fashion Coordinator.  You will provide administrative support for the whole fashion team and in particular the Executive Fashion Editor. The successful candidate will need to work calmly under pressure, especially during the show seasons when you will be coordinating all arrangements for the International fashion collections. You will be managing a weekly appointments diary of all local fashion events and overseeing the work experience within the fashion department. 

Supporting the magazine at Vogue events and during busy times within the office, and occasional work on Vogue supplements are key responsibilities in this position. A flexible approach to work is important as well as meticulous organisation, time management, an excellent eye for detail and an informed interest in the business of fashion is essential.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.





 



GQ EDITORIAL
 PA to the Editor & Events Coordinator - 043

GQ is the UK's leading upmarket men's magazine - the most successful title in the men's market, featuring the best writers and photographers in the industry today. Featuring everything from fashion and food, to sport and style via politics, tech, travel and international affairs, GQ is the ultimate edited lifestyle guide for the modern aspirational man.

British GQ is looking for a highly efficient, well-organised and enthusiastic PA to the Editor & Events Coordinator. Acting as gatekeeper to the Editor and working within a high-pressured environment, you'll be responsible for managing the smooth running of the Editor's office and overseeing all administrative duties, as well as taking a lead role in coordinating GQ editorial events and external projects. The ability to multi-task and prioritise are a given, as is a flair for thinking quickly on your feet. Extensive knowledge of contacts from celebrities, fashion and film PRs to designers and press is essential, as is keeping a strong rapport with colleagues throughout all Condé Nast departments. 

Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Managing the day-to-day running of the Editor's office, from coordinating the Editor's diary to organising daily and weekly meetings
  • Maintaining strong communication with the editorial team and other Condé Nast departments
  • Administrative and secretarial duties, such as dictation, transcription
    and impeccable phone manner
  • Meeting and greeting visitors of all levels of seniority
  • Preparing and coordinating GQ editorial events throughout the year and
    managing projects on behalf of the Editor, including maintaining a close
    relationship with the Condé Nast PR department and GQ's Events
    Director
  • Acting as an ambassador for the editor at meetings and industry events on behalf of GQ

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.









 

GRADUATE RECRUITMENT SCHEME
Media Sales Executives
  
 
GRADUATING SUMMER 2014?

Would you like to be part of a highly successful Sales Team within an internationally famous Publishing House?

Could you apply imagination and stamina to achieve results both for yourself and your company?

If so, you could be the person we are looking for…

Due to ongoing internal promotions, opportunities exist for graduates who are ambitious, motivated, good communicators and able to work to deadlines. Successful applicants can quickly become responsible for a Classified Section within one of our titles.

Experience is not essential. Instead, we provide a highly respected Graduate Training Scheme which comprehensively guides you through all aspects of a commercial Media Role: from Sales Techniques and Marketing Theory to Copywriting and face to face client liaison. Successful individuals can then progress onto Management Schemes, providing an invaluable platform for their publishing careers.

Condé Nast creates and fosters an environment you would love! Based in the hub of the West End, we offer 5 weeks holiday, generous benefits including a starting salary of £27,000 p.a, excellent bonus potential and unparalleled opportunities for promotion. In their first twelve months, on average our sales executives earn £33,000 p.a with more experienced sales executive earning in excess of £35,000 p.a.

If you feel that you can make a real contribution to our Brands and team environment, please apply immediately in writing to: Shelagh Crofts, Classified Director, The Condé Nast Publications Limited, Vogue House, Hanover Square, London W1S 1JU

WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR OUR NEXT INDUCTION WHICH STARTS AT THE END OF JULY 2014.

 



 




HOUSE & GARDEN
Editor - 040

Condé Nast is seeking a new Editor for House & Garden after Sue Crewe, its editor for 20 years, steps down in September 2014.

House & Garden is part of the Condé Nast group of magazines and was founded in the UK in 1947. It is one of the world's leading interior design magazines - a quintessentially English magazine - setting the gold standard in design and decoration. Since its inception, its pages have acted as an authoritative 'Who's Who' of interior and garden design.  As well as the magazine, with an audited
circulation of 120,000, the brand also has two annual fairs and a new website.

Condé Nast welcomes applications from editors at a senior-level who are experienced within the interiors sector.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

 

 

 

 



TATLER ADVERTISING
Fashion Sales Director - 034
(Maternity Cover Contract)

An excellent opportunity has arisen to join the TATLER advertising team as Fashion Sales Director to cover a maternity leave.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Negotiating and monitoring advertiser contracts, for magazine and
    website, with agencies and clients
  • Maximising advertising revenue from the fashion category
  • Working  closely with the fashion editors to ensure that fashion advertisers are being supported appropriately
  • Management of fashion Supplements and Guides, securing sponsorship
  • Supporting international sales representatives

You will need to be confident, a good communicator, numerate, highly organised and prepared to take responsibility for projects.  Applicants will need to have proven sales and negotiation skills, a genuine interest in fashion and a clear understanding of the magazine and digital marketplace.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

 

 

 

CONDÉ NAST INTERNATIONAL
Head of Partnerships, Luxury Conference Division - 039

Condé Nast International is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual to drive the commercial success of its new Luxury Conference Division.

Starting in 2015, Condé Nast International will launch the first of its annual
international conferences, aimed at the global luxury market.  It will be overseen by International Vogue Editor, Suzy Menkes - the distinguished writer
and columnist, who has more than a decade of experience in building and
managing conferences at the highest level. 

The Condé Nast International event, taking place in various locations throughout the world, will attract the best speakers and will be the pre-eminent gathering of industry leaders in the field.  It will attract key executives and
decision makers from the fashion, beauty and luxury goods companies, as well as creative and industry leaders from related fields.

The role will suit an individual who wishes to work part-time or on a flexible
basis.

Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Driving revenues by creating a suite of sponsorship and partnership opportunities for prospective clients involved with the event
  • Identify, negotiate, develop and manage all partnership deals surrounding
    the Luxury Conference Division, ensuring best practice is followed
  • Manage existing partnerships and providing feedback to the client
  • Seeking out ancillary commercial opportunities around the event
  • Building the case for future conferences and further growth of this division

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Proven sales experience at senior level within the publishing, events, media or luxury brands sector
  • A strong commercial track record in publishing or events that relate to the luxury market
  • An ability to work pro-actively in a small, agile team, to deliver and exceed performance targets
  • Impeccable connections at the highest levels in the fashion and luxury goods markets
  • The ability to identify and develop key partnerships that will drive revenue for the organisation

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

 





FINANCE DEPARTMENT
Credit Controller - 041

Condé Nast is looking for a bright and practical person to join an effective and dynamic finance team. The position requires the ability to build good relationships with our clients, whilst collecting payments promptly. 

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Processing and generating reminder letters and monthly statements
  • Calling overdue accounts
  • Taking credit card payments
  • Prepare debtor reports
  • Daily and month end reporting and account reconciliations
  • Working with sales teams to rectify bookings
  • Posting cash received to the system

Candidates should have proven experience in sales ledger management including account reconciliations, key account management and query resolution skills.They must possess excellent attention to detail, time management and organisational skills.

Please note: The closing date for this role is 20th April 2014.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

 

 



CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
Creative Design Manager - 038
(Maternity Cover Contract)

The Circulation department at Condé Nast Publications is seeking a Creative Design Manager to cover a maternity leave, starting in April 2014. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a busy department promoting Condé Nast's world-renowned magazine brands.

The role includes responsibility for creating and designing all promotional materials, print and digital. Campaigns include in-magazine promotions, direct
marketing campaigns, digital assets and email campaigns, amongst others.

The individual has the ability to produce exciting designs whether for a scheduled campaign or in response to a last minute request. He/she will be a very creative individual with the ability to work under pressure and to tight
deadlines, communicating and dealing with internal and external key
stakeholders.

An appetite for hard work and design perfection will guarantee success in this
role.

Proficiency is required in Adobe CS5/CS6, in particular Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office and HTML coding.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.



 



CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER UK: CHINESE LONDON GUIDE
Fluent Mandarin Speaking Print Designer - 035
(6-week Assignment)

Condé Nast Traveller UK is seeking an experienced mandarin speaking designer to lay out the editorial content of their third issue of their London guide.  You will need to be fluent in Mandarin and English and experienced in laying out compelling pages that will appeal to Chinese travellers coming to shop in London. Pages will be varied in design - from full bleed photography to complicated listings style layouts that require precision and the ability to juggle many elements.  

Previous experience in glossy magazine publishing and an understanding of luxury goods would be a bonus. Knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is essential. 

This is a 6-week project starting from the middle of May and based at the Condé Nast Traveller UK offices.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.



 

 

 

 

GLAMOUR EDITORIAL
Tablet Sub Editor - 033
(6-month Fixed Term Contract)


GLAMOUR is looking for a talented and eagle-eyed Tablet Sub Editor to join its busy subs desk. Working under the Chief Sub Editor, and liaising closely with the Art team, the successful candidate will be responsible for subbing GLAMOUR's digital editions and managing workflow to ensure they are published on time and to the same high standards as the print magazine.

The successful applicant will be hard-working, super-organised and have a love of all things GLAMOUR. Sub-editing experience, a meticulous approach and confidence in InDesign are musts; digital experience is an advantage. 

This is an exciting role for an enthusiastic self-starter looking to play a key role in GLAMOUR's digital future.

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box. Without the reference number, your application cannot be considered.

 



 



CN DIGITAL GQ.co.uk
Online Features Editor - 031

GQ.co.uk is looking for an experienced journalist to join the online team as Features Editor. As well as being a respected authority in the world of menswear, GQ.co.uk also interview the biggest stars of film and TV, offer provocative opinion pieces on key political and sporting events, as well as showcasing the world's most beautiful women.

The successful candidate will be a proactive, adaptable writer and editor who is full of ideas and enthusiasm. They will have a great deal of knowledge across a variety of topics, an eye for detail and a deep understanding of what makes GQ unique. They will also understand the importance of delivering quality, accurate copy at speed.

Responsibilities include:

  • Writing short articles and lengthy features across every section
    of the site, focusing particularly on the topics of sport, politics, film and
    TV
  • Conducting a variety of interviews and sourcing talent and images for the site
  • Editing and uploading stories using our CMS and producing galleries. Photoshop, HTML, and prior CMS skills preferred
  • Generating ideas and managing other writers, as well as making budgets go to great lengths
  • Assisting the Online Fashion Editor during London Collections: Men
  • Working with the magazine team to produce the right results for both print and digital
  • Knowledge of using social media to drive traffic and how web analytics can be used to generate story ideas

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box, as well as:

  • An original 300-word piece on either politics, sport or film that could run on the site
  • Three other original ideas for the GQ site that don't require a celebrity interview


 



TATLER EDITORIAL
Sub-editor - 030

TATLER - the magazine with a 300-year track record - is looking for an experienced sub-editor. He or she will play a key role on a busy subs' desk, fact-checking raw copy, subbing and fitting features on screen (using InCopy - training will be provided) and reading proofs, all the while helping to ensure that tight monthly schedules are kept and production deadlines met.

In addition, he or she will work closely with our lively and forward-looking digital team, subbing Tatler's online features and participating in future digital projects.

Familiarity with the world of Tatler is a plus; a keen eye, a cool head and a cheery manner are essential.

To apply for this role, please send your cover
letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with
 our name, the job title and reference number in the subject box. Without the reference number, your application cannot be considered.



 



CONDÉ NAST INTERNATIONAL
E-commerce Project Manager - 028

Condé Nast International

Condé Nast International (CNI), a division of Advance Publications, sets the benchmark for multimedia publishing excellence. CNI currently operates in 27 markets, publishing 127 magazines, close to 100 websites and over 200 tablet and Smartphone apps, under such respected brands as Vogue, GQ, Glamour, Wired, Condé Nast Traveller, AD and Vanity Fair. Recent launches include Vanity Fair in France, Condé Nast Traveler in China, Vogue in Thailand, Ukraine and The Netherlands, GQ in Turkey, Glamour in Brazil, AD in India and Allure in Russia.

Condé Nast International is preparing its ground breaking e-commerce initiative.  Be amongst the first and join the international team which will make it happen!

You will be in charge of managing the creation, development, deployment and activation of e-commerce projects and ensuring a smooth day to day running of all projects. This includes:

  • Working alongside all teams to define processes, best practices and
    ensure strict project scheduling and budgeting
  • Providing administrative support and regular reporting
  • Researching the latest web and digital happenings in order to raise,
    strengthen and continually innovate our project delivery processes

Desired Experience:

  • Your knowledge and experience of e-commerce will impress us
  • You have remarkable Project Management experience and qualified skills
    to match
  • Exceptional drive and passion to create digital-based, innovative, and
    ground-breaking interaction for the customer with the track record to prove it
  • Passionate about current web trends and design
  • Pragmatic and always put the customer at the centre of projects and
    decisions
  • International experience is preferable

Required Skills

  • You have at least 5 years project management experience in the digital
    world
  • Strong project management skills supported by appropriate qualifications
    and a wealth of experience of managing similar e-commerce projects
  • Exceptional communication skills blended with enthusiastic team spirit
  • You are comfortable in a highly innovative digital environment, with
    knowledge of digital information and web based systems
  • Have a deep knowledge of e-commerce business models and best practices

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.



 



CONDÉ NAST DIGITAL UK - PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Front-end Web Developer - 023

Condé Nast, publisher of the world's highest quality reading experiences both in print and digital formats, seeks an established digital developer, at the mid-to-senior level, with extremely strong HTML and CSS skills to join the Digital Product team in London.

You will be working across the Condé Nast brands to build the next-generation of digital reading experiences, at scale. Some recent examples include:

What we're working on next is even more exciting and cutting-edge, and you will be working on building immersive front-end experiences, using HTML, for
websites and apps. You will be collaborating with a passionate and highly-regarded team of designers, information architects, writers and developers in a creative and digitally-focused environment.

Required Skills:

  • Hand-crafting semantic HTML using the latest HTML5 techniques
  • Writing CSS, and familiar with SCSS
  • Building device-scalable layouts with percentage-based sizing and
    media queries
  • Writing reusable JavaScript libraries to support UX, and knowing
    when is best to use them
  • Using JavaScript to retrieve data and bind it to your HTML
  • Templating your output, using a CMS
  • Source control

Exceptional candidates will have experience with:

  • .Net and Visual Studio
  • Back-end CMS development
  • Optimising CSS and JavaScript for rendering performance
  • Mercurial or Git
  • Contributing to open source projects

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.



 

 

 

 

HOUSE SERVICES
Security Commissionaire (Hanover Square, London) - 018

Condé Nast Publications UK is seeking an efficient and organised Security
Commissionaire to ensure the smooth running of the front desk at our Hanover Square, London office.

The overall purpose of this unique role is make sure the reception is run in an orderly manner and guarantee security measures are enforced to keep our properties and staff safe at all times. Reporting directly to the Head of Facilities, you will be responsible for ensuring all members of staff and visitors to Condé Nast are greeted efficiently with a high level of customer service, act as the switchboard overflow outside of normal business working hours as well as keeping the reception tidy. A key duty in this role is to liaise with the Facilities team on a daily basis regarding all aspects of Health and Safety, cleaning and to continually look for improvements in these areas.

Proven reception / front-of-house and customer service experience is essential. Applicants should be computer literate with a high level of verbal and written communication skills. SIA License holder, Fire Marshall training and/or First Aid training is advantageous but not essential. This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the world's largest magazine publishers in a front of house capacity.

Please note: There are two alternating shifts for this role; 7am - 4pm and 10am - 7pm.

Applications including a cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

 



THE CONDÉ NAST DIGITAL STUDIO
Front-end Web Developer - 027

Condé Nast, publisher of the world's highest quality reading experiences both in print and digital formats, seeks an established digital developer, at the mid-to-senior level, with extremely strong HTML and CSS skills to join the Commercial Studio team in London.

You will be working across many high-profile advertising clients to build custom
content to sit within all high-traffic Condé Nast brand websites. Some recent
examples include:

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/promotions/hm

http://www.wired.co.uk/promotions/shell-lets-go

http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/promotions/newlook

You will be instrumental in building and enhancing a suite of HTML, CSS and
JavaScript components that can be used for each project, as well as advising
and coding for completely bespoke projects. You will be working with a
passionate and highly-regarded team of web designers in a creative agency-style environment. You will also be working with other teams of internal and external developers and designers to find new ways to integrate your work with theirs. Management and delegation of development workflow will also be required.

Required Skills:

  • Hand-crafting semantic HTML using the latest HTML5 techniques
  • Writing CSS, and familiar with SCSS
  • Building device-scalable layouts with percentage-based sizing and media queries
  • Writing reusable JavaScript libraries to support UX, and knowing when is best to use them
  • Using JavaScript to retrieve data and bind it to your HTML
  • Templating your output, using a CMS
  • Source control

Exceptional candidates will have experience with:

  • .Net and Visual Studio
  • Back-end CMS development
  • Optimising CSS and JavaScript for rendering performance
  • Google Analytics
  • Mercurial or Git
  • Contributing to open source projects

To apply for this role, please send your cover letter and CV to recruitment@condenast.co.uk with your name, the job title and reference number in the subject box.

 

  

 

 

 



CONDÉ NAST INDIA

Creative Director

Condé Nast India seeks a dynamic and innovative full-time, permanent Creative Director for its new business line - The Condé Nast Studio.

Key responsibilities for this role include:

  • Develop, craft and manage the entire creative process
  • Client engagement; developing, designing and working on compelling pitches to clients along with the Client Services Head
  • Manage a creative team of art designers, writers, copy, etc.

 Requirements:

  • Experience with lifestyle clients especially auto and alcohol; should ideally have exposure to luxury clients
  • Ability to deliver quality creative output that matches global standards
  • Ability to understand client needs and deliver compelling & innovative creative solutions that match Condé Nast standards and quality
  • Must possess aesthetic sense, be comfortable with technology and be a world-class graphic designer
  • International exposure
  • Multi-platform experience within digital and new age media
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Leadership and interpersonal skills to drive a team, freelancers, consultants, etc.

Please note: This role is based in Mumbai, India.

Contact at careers@condenast.in with your latest CV - preferably PDF - and samples, links or copies of your recent work and highlights.

 

  

  
 

 
  

CONDÉ NAST INDIA
Video Director

Condé Nast India seeks a full-time Video Director for its brand portfolio.

Overview:

The Video Head is the driving creative force in our streaming media productions, and acts as the crucial link between the editorial, commercial and marketing team. You are responsible for creatively translating brands and client's needs into actual images and sounds on screen - must visualise and define the style and structure of the video, act as both a storyteller and team leader to bring this vision to reality. Your responsibilities include those of a Video Director with duties being casting, script editing, shot composition, shot selection and editing. While the practical aspects of producing a video, such as finance and marketing, are left to the producer, the Director must have a good understanding and always be aware of the constraints of budgets and schedules. In some cases you assume hybrid roles such as director/producer or director/writer. Being Video Director for Condé Nast requires an outstanding and unique creative vision, dedication and commitment. You are ultimately responsible for the brands and client's commercial success or failure.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop a vision for the finished film, and define a practical route for achieving it. During pre-production, you need to make crucial and sensitive decisions together with the editorial and commercial team, such as selecting the right cast, crew and locations for the film.
  • Direct rehearsals and the performances of the actors once the video is in production.
  • Managing the technical aspects of filming, including camera, sound, lighting, design and special effects departments.
  • During post-production, you work closely with editors through the many technical processes of editing, to reach the final cut
    or version of the film. At all stages, you are responsible for motivating the team to produce the best possible results. You must also appreciate the needs and expectations of the projects budgets.

Skills:

You must have exceptional artistic vision and creative skills to drive Condé Nast's DNA forward, developing world-class and original videos. Unerring commitment and a deep passion for filmmaking are essential, along with the ability to act as a strong and confident leader. You must constantly make decisions, but must also be able to delegate and collaborate with others.

Working for Condé Nast you must inspire and motivate the team to produce the output they have envisioned. They need an extensive understanding of the entire video making process, from both technical and creative points of view. A capacity for long hours of intensive work, attention to detail, and the ability to remain calm and think clearly under great pressure, are key skills for this role.

Please note: This role is based in Mumbai, India.

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