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24 days ago

Commercial Director, Washington Post Live

The Washington Post New York, NY

The Washington Post Live Commercial Director is a crucial member of the team. This position carries global responsibility for sponsorship revenue… The Washington Post


24 days ago

Developer - Front End

The Washington Post New York, NY

include: • Participate in the visual design process, advising on how frontend technologies can be applied to potential product designs… The Washington Post


20 days ago

Sr Developer - BE

The Washington Post New York, NY

include: • Developing new, and contributing to existing, platforms that have a critical role in the digital landscape that supports… The Washington Post


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    Pros

    The Washington Post has instant name recognition, nationwide. Our journalists are very talented.

    Cons

    The recent sale of The Post means that new hires won't get nearly the benefits that had been a signature of the storied Graham family that owned the newspaper in Watergate days.
    There seems to be very much a sink-or-swim attitude, and employees can't count on HR or the help desk to solve their issues.
    The company is shallow as far as opportunities for advancement.
    New media opportunities often go to new hires, at entry level.

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    Management should be looking to provide training opportunities to their current staff, rather than losing the institutional knowledge that exists.

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