Job Opening at Miller Media Group! Content Editorial Manager

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Job Description

MMG is seeking an experienced Editor In Chief to help manage our publications' brands:

  • Saved & Single
  • Godly Womanhood 101
  • Godly Manhood 101
  • Godly Dating 101
  • Married & Young
  • Profit in Purpose

Why do we need this position?

Miller Media Group is launching a news site called Godly Today. is a new publication which will launch on December 10th, 2018—it is a collective of our publishing efforts across the above mentioned brands and their social properties. Having published thousands of pieces of content reaching millions of worldwide readers each month for the past 5 years, we are now bringing editorial efforts under one roof, called  

Candidates must have the proven ability to deliver a fresh, innovative and Jesus-filled publication to readers through management of editorial staff and freelancers. An aptitude for news and a flair for motivating writers to produce stylish and compelling magazine-length stories required.  

This is a managerial position, helping supervise all 50+ writers & editors.  

The Editor oversees the scope and subject matter of all editorial content in the publication. The Editor ensures that all content is factually accurate, and does not conflict with legal guidelines including libel and invasion-of-privacy laws. Works with Director of Sales/Marketing to coordinate the creation and distribution of content. Works with the Creative Director to create compelling designs and supporting graphics for content. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.  

The Editor will also work with the Director of Sales/Marketing to seek out new funding opportunities for the publication and for potential additional writers and personalities.  

The company is based in Chicago, but virtual positioning is accepted.  

Godly Today is proud to celebrate and exercise inclusion, free thinking, and equal opportunities in all aspects of our company structure. We prioritize creating workplaces that reflect the diversity within the communities we serve and where everyone can be their true, authentic self in Jesus Christ. 

Hours & Expectations

  • Typically 30-40 hrs/week (depending on experience)
  • Available for team meetings Mon-Fri 9am-5pm CST
  • 90-day trial period from hire date
  • Must have working computer
  • If virtual, must have quiet/productive workplace

Knowledge & Abilities

  • Affinity for the unique role of our publication in the online community
  • Solid journalism background – strong understanding of libel and privacy law and journalistic ethics
  • Strong relationship building skills – ability to effectively manage staff and develop their skills; ability to partner with management and focus on common goals
  • Expert editing skills including ability to formulate stories, develop a diverse freelance team, coach writers and work with a variety of voices

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop editorial vision, strategy, plans, and implement innovations, with the goals of improving the editorial quality and impact and increasing readership
  • Manage editorial processes to maintain and improve overall efficiency and productivity
  • Keep editorial expenses within budget
  • Set high standards of quality and improve the writing and editing skills of editorial staff
  • Ensure that there are no errors in spelling, punctuation, syntax or style in the editorial content of the publication; or supervise others who do this work
  • Assign and edit the feature-length story and oversee the planning, assigning and editing of the stories in the appropriate categories/columns
  • Manage and develop staff to ensure a high quality product
  • Identify and pursue ways that can increase community outreach
  • Identify and pursue ways that the can use its role to create positive change within our communities
  • Work with Creative Director to coordinate design of content and emails
  • Work with Director of Operations to coordinate deadlines and schedules, and resolve problems
  • Assist publisher in efforts to find non-traditional sources of funding for journalism, by creating and presenting proposals and explaining the firewall between funding and reporting

Job Type, Education & Experience

Experience: Editing: 3-5 years (Required)  

Education: Associates or Bachelor's (Required)  

Location: Virtual, but Chicago, IL (Preferred)  

License: Driver's License (Required)

How to Apply:

Send the following information to


Attach to your email:

A thoughtful cover letter that includes three (3) links of your work with at least one publication you've played a role in guiding.


Attach to your email:

Your current resume. (With at least one reference on the resume.)


In the BODY of the email:

Please anwer the questions below. (If someone referred you to the position, please include their name in the beginning.)

Questions to include in the body of your email:

  • Identify a few key strengths and weaknesses of the (currently lives on URL 
  • Provide one detailed example of a best practice or innovation you instituted in your last editor role.
  • Describe the working relationship you have had with a publisher or supervisor in the past.
  • What publications and/or writers/personalities/reporters do you most admire and why?
  • What do you want us to know about you that we won’t learn from your resume?