At The New York Times, I lead the News Presentation staff, which includes a variety of editors: copy editors, digital producers and researchers. I also work with other editors to maintain the newsroom stylebook.
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If you are a copy editor or assignment editor with several years of experience with deadline news (digital, print or both), send a résumé and references to my attention at email@example.com. I am not involved in hiring writers or reporters (those jobs are posted here).
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If you do send me an email, or tweet at me, and I don't reply immediately, or at all, please accept my apology in advance and don't take it personally. If I answered every single inquiry in detail, I'd never get anything done.