The Bureau of National Affairs is seeking a senior graphic designer. The company, affectionately called “BNA”, seems to employ every third person in the DC metro area and yet gets almost no props. That. Ain’t. Right. As the company says: “The collective bargaining agreements negotiated over the years have given BNA workers a suite of benefits rarely to be found in a company of its size.”
(Said like a true BNA employee, of course. In English: flextime, job sharing, tuition reimbursement, and more.)
Not on team BNA? Hit up any of these other ten jobs:
Random House is seeking a marketing assistant. (New York, NY)
Yellowhammer Media Group wants a junior graphic designer. (New York, NY)
The Daily Times seeks a news editor (nights). (Farmington, NM)
Sounds True, Inc wants a proofreader. (Louisville, CO)
ANSYS is seeking a manager of social media marketing. (Canonsburg, PA)
Scripps Networks needs a director of digital video operations. (Knoxville, TN)
The Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking a media relations representative. (Atlanta, GA)
Oxford University Press seeks a development editor. (New York, NY)
Berlin Cameron United has an open position: a creative strategist. (New York, NY)
Runner’s World is seeking an associate photo editor. (Emmaus, PA)
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