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The New York Times is seeking a strategy manager to join the Strategy & Development department. Strategy & Development is a small, high-impact team that partners with the CEO and senior executives to tackle the most critical challenges and the most attractive opportunities facing the company.
The manager will report to the vice president of Strategy, and work closely with colleagues in Advertising, Audience & Brand, Consumer Revenue, Product & Design, and other areas of the company. The manager will lead or contribute to strategy projects that support the Times’s goal of doubling digital revenue by 2020.
Examples of typical day-to-day responsibilities include:
The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of experience as a management consultant, working on projects that have enabled them to develop strong quantitative skills, business judgment and operational experience. However, candidates who have demonstrated leadership, excellence and the ability to thrive in demanding and relatively unstructured environments are also encouraged to apply — particularly if they have experience in media, advertising, marketing, or consumer-facing products. An MBA or equivalent educational background is a significant plus, though not required.
Desired Skills and Characteristics: