Jill Fehrenbacher

INHABITAT IS HIRING!

by , 01/05/08

Inhabitat Help Wanted sign, Inhabitat is  looking for a few good people

Hey San Francisco and New York readers –

Any of you interested in working for Inhabitat? We are currently looking to fill a couple full time positions with Inhabitat. Specifically we are looking for an Operations Manager, a Director of Business Development, and a Managing Editor. If you live in New York or San Francisco, are passionate about sustainable design, have experience in editing, managing or business, and want to work for an exciting and fast-growing media start-up focused on innovation, we want to hear from you…

Below are the following open positions. Candidates must live in New York or San Francisco and must have a proven track record in their field of expertise. Serious inquiries only. For all positions, please send a cover letter and resume to inhabitat at gmail.com

Operations Manager

Inhabitat is currently seeking an uber-organized, detail-oriented assistant to help with all the day-to-day details of running a fast growing new media startup company. Operations assistant will be responsible for managing the budget, finances, human resources, bookkeeping, and communications of Inhabitat. Applicants must be highly self-motivated, quick to adapt and learn new things, have a keen eye for detail, and be interested in working for a small, environmentally-conscious startup company. Applicants must also be very web-savvy, familiar with the blogosphere and have expertise in Microsoft Office software and Adobe Photoshop.

Director of Business Development

Inhabitat is currently looking for a savvy business person to balance out our creative team with strategic business and organizational vision. Director of Business Development will be responsible for growing and managing the business of Inhabitat, dealing with adsales and marketing, as well as directing the companies strategic growth through new business development. Previous new media publishing or start up experience helpful.

Managing Editor

The Managing Editor directs and oversees all editorial for Inhabitat.com, as well as wrting and editing posts on a day to day basis, and managing the entire freelance editorial team. Ideal candidates will be highly motivated self-starters with excellent writing skills, great verbal communication and stellar people management skills. A background in sustainable design and architecture is desirable but not required.

Interested? Send your resume and a cover letter to inhabitat at gmail.com

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11 Comments

  1. lilianclemente February 24, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    I am highly interested in applying for the Director of Business Development. Where is this position available?, NY or San Francisco, or both? I currently live in Scottsdale, AZ, but I am willing to relocatte. What would be your desired start date?
    Thank you for any further information you can provide.
    Lilian C.

  2. imajiant August 19, 2009 at 5:59 pm

    I’m a huge fan.
    I’m an urban farmer of sorts.
    I would love the opportunity to work for inhabitat. Im based in Gowanus,Brooklyn. Professionally, I am a photographer and educator.
    My poor attempt @ blogging my urban farming endeavors is below. I haven’t kept up with my blog as much as I had wished to but, the fact still remains that my family and I have harvested most of our food. I have grown corn, pumkin and many other veggies and fruit on a Brooklyn roof, that in itself is pretty awesome. http://mypixiedust.wordpress.com/
    I also follow you guys on twitter. I am @jinitachiquita
    Thanks in advance for your time.
    JiNi

  3. alex brower February 25, 2008 at 8:58 pm

    i would love to write a few opinion and observation peices about the economy now and your interests. i am still in high school, how ever, so i would not have enough time to be a full time blogger. i am really interested in writing certain stories or essays for you which i can email you or send right to the blog, ocasionally.
    THANK YOU
    this opportunity would help me gain experience, because i am looking to get a job in journalism. i am excited to learn more about this company, for i am allready flabergasted with excitement from brousing and would love to maybe even branch out to my community and school!
    -alex brower

    i feel really strongly about the enviroment and have been involved in alot of activities that can relate to your site. it is my dream to work for a company like you full time in the future, but this can help me gain experience and just learn. even if i was an intern-type of thing? i work really hard and have great ideas and solutions for problems and such!

  4. daniella January 7, 2008 at 9:14 pm

    hey you want to hire a costarican girl???? i would love ny, i´m just a biologist, metalsmith and landscape architect, what else you want!!!!

  5. Jill Fehrenbacher Jill January 7, 2008 at 12:12 pm

    Bhawna & Karlos & Tom & Everyone-

    We work with writers from all around the world. Anyone who reads our site regularly should know this. We currently have contributors in Australia, England, China, India, Germany and all over the US. We will always consider good writers from other countries. However, these particular job descriptions that I am posting right now are all for full-time business partners who I need to work with face-to-face every day out of our US office. These job are not something that can be done remotely. If you want to write for Inhabitat, please get in touch with Emily Pilloton, and send your resume and writing samples to her. These current posts are full-time office jobs – they are not writing jobs.

    Thank you!
    -Jill

  6. karlos January 7, 2008 at 10:27 am

    And I would be interested in doing a danish based inhabitat. Looks like you will need to go worldwide with all the potential interest. How better to really lift the world into a sustainable 21st century?

  7. Bhawna January 6, 2008 at 2:01 pm

    People who are not living in New York nas San Francisco should get the opportunity to work with Inhabitat..

    Bhawna Bhakuni

  8. Bill January 4, 2008 at 7:07 pm

    OK, you couldn’t have stated it any clearer, but I have to ask. You aren’t looking for any contributors in say…North Carolina?

  9. Matthieu January 4, 2008 at 6:33 am

    Hello,

    i’d like to do a french inhabitat version website.
    Would you like to help me doing that ?

    Meilleurs vœux !

  10. Jill Fehrenbacher Jill December 30, 2007 at 8:03 pm

    Sorry Tom – for now it is New York and San Francisco only. When we plan to expand into Belgium, we’ll get in touch!

    -Jill

  11. Tom December 29, 2007 at 8:20 am

    You don’t want to open a Inhabitat in Belgium? I’d be very interested in that kind of position ;-)

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