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Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications Is Hiring!


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Deputy Editor

 

Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications (DGTP) is seeking a Deputy Editor to work out of its Houston office.​ The Deputy Editor will assist the Publisher in all aspects of planning and executing editorial content.​ The position involves writing, editing, advertising sales and account management.​

 

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Develop and maintain account relationships within set geographic territory
  • Advertising sales within set geographic territory
  • Research and write news and feature material for DGTP magazines, websites and newsletters
  • Edit material for publication
  • Maintain a daily flow of new material (links, news, etc.​) for websites
  • Coordinate material for bi-weekly e-newsletters
  • Act as ambassador for the DGTP, attending relevant conferences and exhibitions, meeting with advertisers
  • Work with the publisher on commercial and business development opportunities, helping to develop revenue-generating activities
  • Maintain editorial and stylistic standards, quality and accuracy of content
  • Help to formulate new business ideas based on technical and market knowledge
  • Any other duties, as reasonably requested

 

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Experience within the Power Generation, Oil & Gas or other energy related industry is a must
  • 5+​ years writing/​editing experience is a must
  • Must have good understanding of magazine editorial process
  • Familiarity with Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, Reciprocating Engine, Gas Compressor OEMs is a plus
  • Previous sales experience/​account management experience is a plus

 

Compensation

  • Competitive salary plus commission
    • Benefits include health and dental insurance, retirement savings

 

About The Company

 

Founded in 1935, the magazines, sourcing guides, websites and e-newsletters of Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications  have been providing critical product, technology and industry news for designers and users of all kinds of engine-powered equipment.​

 

Headquartered in Waukesha, Wisconsin, DGTP has additional offices in Houston, Germany, Italy,  U.​K.​, Sweden, China, Japan, Korea, Brazil and Korea.​

 

Titles include:

  • Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide magazine
  • COMPRESSORtech2 magazine
  • Diesel Progress North American magazine
  • Diesel Progress International magazine
  • Compression Technology Sourcing Supplement
  • Diesel & Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide

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