IDEO’s Global Brand team, based in San Francisco, is in search of an Editorial Operations Manager focused on scaling our editorial systems. The ideal candidate is energized by creating and helping build structure and systems that organize IDEO’s vast and varied storytelling engine. This candidate is also passionate about the content of those stories—someone who geeks out on everything from design to business to social change. Whether you’re coordinating editorial projects or navigating IDEO’s network of stakeholders and project leaders, you thrive in collaborative teams and generate innovative ideas that help create impact in the world.
IDEO is a place unlike any other. It’s a place where you can solve diverse, complex challenges for our clients or the organization, alongside thoughtful, intelligent individuals who lead with curiosity, empathy, and optimism. Sure we work hard, but we also intentionally craft moments that allow our community to pause, create, and connect. We encourage our community to bring their whole selves to work, respect the need for work-life balance, and allow for autonomy in the design process and your career.
This is a global role based out of our San Francisco office and closely connected to marketing teams across our nine offices around the world. You’ll be part of an energetic, highly-connected marketing team that works hard and moves fast to channel IDEO’s thinking and stories through diverse channels. In addition, you will work closely with the IDEO community at large, which spans the US, Europe, and Asia, sharing a keen interest design and its potential to effect positive change in the world.
In addition to your resume and cover letter, please provide us with 3-4 writing samples. This can be anything, so feel free to mix it up.
IDEO is an equal opportunity employer; applicants are considered for all roles without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, marital, parental, veteran or military status, unfavorable military discharge, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.