Skiing Magazine is Hiring a Digital Editor

Skiing magazine seeks a hard-working, creative associate digital editor to join the staff in Boulder, Colo., to crank out content and have some fun.
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Company: Active Interest Media

Position: Associate Digital Editor

Location: Boulder, Colorado

Job Status: Full-Time

Salary: Negotiable


Skiing magazine seeks a hard-working, creative associate digital editor to join the staff in Boulder, Colo., to crank out content and have some fun. The associate digital editor will work closely with the editorial staff to support one of the biggest brands in the winter sports industry.


The associate digital editor will predominantly manage social media channels, and write, edit, and build digital content. He or she will also shoot and edit photos, help implement sales and marketing initiatives, brainstorm content ideas, represent our magazines in the field, help create and manage the online content calendar, help manage interns, and more.


A Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, or a related field is required, as is knowledge of, and interest in, skiing. Previous journalism experience, particularly at a daily or weekly news media outlet, is ideal. Candidates should be highly organized, self-directed, active in social media, and have experience with the Adobe Creative Suite (such as Photoshop, InDesign, and Bridge), Google Analytics, a content management system, and publishing digital content (via online, tablet and/or email). A working knowledge of basic HTML and the use of social media tools is useful.

About AIM

SKI and Skiing are part of Active Interest Media, a leading publisher of enthusiast consumer shows and publications across all media platforms. AIM’s other titles include Warren Miller Entertainment, Yoga Journal, Backpacker, Vegetarian Times, American Cowboy, Old House Journal, and many more. The company’s five publishing groups—the Equine Network, the Home Buyer Group, the Healthy Living Group, the Marine Group, and the Outdoor Group—reach more than 10 million readers in 85 countries around the world.


You’ll be joining a hard-working/hard-playing office full of fun, outdoorsy people. You’ll also be able to check out the latest and greatest ski gear, travel on assignment, and meet some of the most influential people in the ski industry. Full health and vacation benefits are included.

Send resume, cover letter, salary requirements and writing samples to Kim Beekman, Editor in Chief, at


Name: Heather Hansman, online editorAge: 26 Height: 5'9" Weight: 135Dream Skis: Couple of big steps for me this year: I’m going to buy a fatty pow ski, and I’m letting go of my long-held bias against  women-specific skis (what? I’m tall). The ski that’s breaking down all those walls? Volkl’s Kiku. It’s 106 underfoot with an early rise tip,   plus, it’ll be nice to have pretty skis for a change.Preferred Terrain: Trick question? Powder, either trees, or open steeps. A-Basin’s East Wall has my heart. Your go-to ski for the last few seasons, and why you ski it day after  day, year after year: Could be my East Coast roots, but I like a stiff ski with some side cut, so the Volkl Mantra is my go-to.  It rails on groomers and floats in just about everything. Maybe not a blower Alaska ski, but it’s a solid, fast, stable  everyday ski.  One ski goal for the season: Crested Butte Extremes, the tele edition. Also, wear my helmet every day.

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