$100K — $150K *
About the role
The New York Times is looking for a Community Engagement Manager to support its fast-growing and expanding games subscription business. This position reports to the Editorial Director, and is responsible for creating and executing a strategy to engage with solvers and constructors of our games and puzzles, including the legendary New York Times Crossword, the Spelling Bee and other games. This role is based in New York City.
Why should you apply?
This is an opportunity to help shape products that people love. The New York Times Crossword is a unique brand, with a 76-year history and regarded as one of the pre-eminent puzzles on the planet. In the last years, we have expanded our puzzle offering into new games, building on our legacy of creating smart puzzles.
In this role, you will work closely with the Editorial Director to identify where to best reach existing and potential audiences and develop a way to communicate with them. This person will work across all our games and Wordplay, our column for helping solvers of the crossword and Spelling Bee. We also hope to pioneer new ways to get feedback and puzzle submissions from a diverse audience.
Valid through: 6/8/2021