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NuView Application

NUVIEW APPLICATION & JOB DESCRIPTIONS  


 

How to Apply for nuview

Send email application to Maia Wilson at nuvieweditorinchief@gmail.com by September 19th at midnight

 

For Fashion Director

      Subject line: Fashion Director, (your name) and include the following:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached

      School, work, and other organization meetings schedules (especially for the week to come, as 1st team meeting will occur soon)

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable (with styling experience demonstrated)

      3-4 Names of potential designers/stores/boutiques we could use for editorial shoots and why they would be good to use and unique to NuView

For Art Director

      Subject line, Art Director, (your name) and include the following:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached

      School, work, and organization meetings schedules (especially for the week to come, as 1st team meeting will occur soon)

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable (with past graphic design work)

      Create an instagram or facebook image that would be posted on Merch inc social media. Pretend you are promoting NuView’s new website release. Think about making an eye-catching image that would get viewers excited to click and see the magazine’s website. You can caption the image if you would like, but is not required.

      2-3 examples of graphic design work

 

For Style & Features Editor

      Subject line: Senior Editor: Style, (your name) and include the following:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached (with clear leadership roles demonstrated)

      School, work, and other organization meetings schedules (especially for the week to come, as 1st team meeting will occur soon)

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable

      2-3 writing samples of previous work on the topic of fashion. You may include these samples as attachments or even links to published articles. Previous contributors to past issues of NuView may include these contributions as samples.

      List of 3-4 merchandising/digital retailing/interior design/home furnishing students you would be interested in interviewing and explain why.

      List of 2-3 peers to cover living space article on. These peers would ideally have an interest in strong fashion as well as a creative and welcome space to showcase. This article would be similar to ones on thecoveteur.com.

 

For Style & Features Writers

      Subject line: Style writer, (your name) and include the following:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include win the body of the email)

      Resume attached

      School, work, and other organization meetings schedules (especially for the week to come, as 1st team meeting will occur soon)

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable (with styling experience demonstrated)

      2-3 writing samples of previous work on the topic of fashion. You may include these samples as attachments or even links to published articles. Previous contributors to past issues of NuView may include these contributions as samples.

      List of 1-2 merchandising/digital retailing/interior design/home furnishing students you would be interested in interviewing and explain why.

      List of 1-2 peers to cover living space article on. These peers would ideally have an interest in strong fashion as well as a creative and welcome space to showcase. This article would be similar to ones on thecoveteur.com.

 

For Career & Features Editor

      Subject line: Senior Editor: Career, (your name) and include the following:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached (with leadership experience demonstrated)

      School, work, and organization meetings schedules (especially for the week to come, as 1st team meeting will occur soon)

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable

      2-3 writing samples of previous work on the topic of fashion. You may include these samples as attachments or even links to published articles. Previous contributors to past issues of NuView may include these contributions as samples.

      List of 3-4 industry professionals you would be interested in interviewing (can be local or out-of-state)

      List of 2-3 peers you would be interested in interviewing who have done an internship or went on a study tour

For Career & Features Writers

      Subject line: Career writer, (your name) and include the following:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached (with leadership experience demonstrated)

      School, work, and other organization meetings schedules (especially for the week to come, as 1st team meeting will occur soon)

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable

      2-3 writing samples of previous work on the topic of fashion. You may include these samples as attachments or even links to published articles. Previous contributors to past issues of NuView may include these contributions as samples.

      List of 2-3 industry professionals you would be interested in interviewing (can be local or out-of state)

      List of 1-2 peers you would be interested in interviewing who have done an internship or went on a study tour

For Independent Photographer,  Independent Videographer, and Independent Stylist

      Subject Line: Independent Photographer, videographer, or stylist, (your name),

      Please include the following in the email:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached

      School, work, and other organization meetings schedules

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable

      3-4 examples of work

 

For “Create Your Own” position

      Subject Line: Name of position you would like to apply for, (your name)

      Please include the following in the email:

      Name, classification, major (include in the body of the email)

      Brief cover letter (include in the body of the email)

      Resume attached

      School, work, and other organization meetings schedules

      Link to portfolio/blog, if applicable

      3-4 examples of work

 


 

Nuview Team Positions

 

Editor-in-Chief: Maia Wilson

Creative Director: Michaela Bull

Fashion Director

      Qualities: Creative, has a good eye,  detail-oriented, focused, flexible, personable

      Responsibilities: This person works with the editor-in-chief and the creative director to plan editorial shoots and film for the upcoming month. They will input ideas and solutions to the concept of each photo shoot. He or she will suggest any additional photographers needed as well as help with deciding featured stylists for each shoot. They will cast models from agencies and/or use UNT students. They will also be in charge of acquiring makeup and hair stylists for each shoot, in addition to suggesting and then obtaining clothes (designers, boutiques, stores, etc) for the upcoming shoot. During the shoots, they assist with directing the flow of the shoot/video footage. After the shoot, they will collaborate with the editor-in-chief on copy for the shoot and with both the creative director and photographer on the selection of images and footages, and layout of the images on the site. The fashion director is essentially the talent seeker, they will be in charge of finding talented people for the magazine to utilize visually (i.e. illustrators, artists, photographers, stylists, etc)

      Requirements: Have previously styled shoots, have good knowledge and contacts of stores/designers in DFW area, good written and oral communication skills

      Calendar Overview:

Shooting days for photo editorial/film for magazine every month

Team meetings (2 a month)

Art Director

      Qualities: Creative, detail-oriented, flexible, open to ideas,

      Responsibilities: The art director’s job is to execute the vision of the editor-in-chief in implementing the NuView website. They will create additional visuals needed on the site by organizing small still-shot photoshoots with photographers or creating illustrations. The art director will be in charge of making sure the website looks up to par and will be constantly looking for ways to increase the website’s overall design and features. They are also responsible for creating social media visual content to be posted by the Merch inc Vice president. Lastly, they will work as the web designer, in which they will research and give input into the best platform, layout, and design for the magazine’s initial web launch.

      Requirements: excellent at Photoshop, knowledge of Illustrator and Indesign a plus, has experience with different website platorms, familiar with social media platforms

      Calendar Overview:

            Weekly design updates

            Occasional meetings with Creative Director

Team Meetings (2 a month)

Style & Features Editor

      Qualities: Detail oriented, very organized, friendly, confident

      Responsibilities: The senior editor with a focus on style will be responsible for pitching, producing and editing the style section of the magazine. heir job is to promote on-campus style at UNT by highlighting students with personal style both in clothing and home decor. They will be expected to manage and edit their own work as well as the group of associate editors’ work. The editor will edit the associate editors’ work before submitting it to the Editor-in-Chief. Style articles include interviewing students with style, bloggers, and merch inc members, and cover articles on fashion design, interior design/ home merchandising students and their living spaces. They will also write content pitched by them and their team of writers. In addition to these articles the editor will contribute to the monthly trend watch story. This contribution involves looking for style on campus, so having time to do so is a must. The editor will need to be comfortable walking up to students, taking photos of them and telling them about NuView. Interview articles must be 400-600 words, trend watch articles will be approximately 300 words. There will be other articles in which the Senior editor might also contribute (i.e. features). The editor is responsible for communicating with the associate editors to monitor article process and assist when needed. Lastly, they will also be communicating with the creative director on upcoming interviews that will need to be shot and any other photography for posts.

      Requirements: Sharp writing skills with impeccable grammar, excellent leadership skills, great networking skills (as they will be approaching students on-campus), must have been a member of Merch Inc for at least 1 semester, Possess an eye for personal style. Personal DSLR camera a plus.

      Calendar Overview:

Team Meetings (2 a month)

Write article 1-2 times a month (articles live second week of the month)

Edit all style writers’ articles (articles live third and fourth week of the month)

End of Month Trend watch report

Style & Features Writer:  (2-3)

      Qualities: friendly, confident, charismatic

      Responsibilities: The style writer(s) will pitch, research and deliver engaging content for the magazine 1-2 times a month. The style writers will work closely with the Senior Editor. Their job is to promote on-campus style at UNT by highlighting students with personal style both in clothing and home decor. Writers will cover articles includinginterviews with students with personal style and blogger, and other articles on fashion design, interior design/ home merchandising students and their living spaces. In addition to the previously stated, they will also have the opportunity to pitch their own ideas and write these articles.  Writers will also contribute to the monthly trend watch story. This contribution involves looking for style on campus, so having time to do so is a must. They will need to be comfortable with walking up to students, taking photos of them and telling them about NuView. Interview articles must be 400-600 words, trend watch articles will be approximately 300 words. There will be other articles in which the Senior editor might also contribute (i.e. features). Lastly, they will also be communicating with the creative director on upcoming interviews that will need to be shot and any other photography for posts.

      Requirements: Sharp writing skills with a strong voice, great networking skills (as they will be approaching students on-campus), possess an eye for personal style, Personal DSLR camera a plus.

      Calendar Overview:

Team Meeting (1 a month)

Write articles 1-2 times a month (articles live on third and fourth week of the month)

End of Month Trend watch report

Career & Features Editor

      Qualities: Detail oriented, friendly, organized, professional, good oral communication

      Responsibilities:  The senior editor with a focus on career, will be responsible for pitching, producing, and editing the Career section of the magazine. The career editor’s job is to explore industry career/internship avenues and share their findings to readers. They will be expected to manage and edit their own work as well as the group of careers writers’ work. The editor will edit the career writers’ work before submitting it to the Editor-in-Chief. Careers articles include Interviews with industry professionals, students who have studied abroad/study tours, and interned as well as interview recent alumni. Articles must be 500-700 words and writers should plan interviewees at least a month out. Each article will feature original photography unique to NuView, the editor will also be responsible for planning photos for each article and communicating with the head photographer to accompany writers on assignments or brainstorm a plan if on-site photos will not be attainable. They will also be responsible for evaluating the careers Merch Inc members are interested in and searching for professionals who meet these interests. There will be other articles in which the Senior editor might also contribute (i.e. features).

      Requirements: Sharp writing skills with impeccable grammar, excellent leadership skills, good at proctoring interviewing, great networking skills, must have been a member of Merch Inc for at least 1 semester, interested in exploring different career paths and meeting with professionals, have a car (or form of transportation to and from interviews)

      Calendar Overview:

Team Meeting (2 a month)

Write article 1-2 times a month (articles live second week of the month)

Edit all careers writers’ articles (articles live third and fourth week of the month)

Careers & Features Writer(1-2)

      Qualities: friendly, professional, charismatic, good oral communication

      Responsibilities: The careers writer(s) will need to pitch and deliver informative and engaging articles 1-2 times a month. Writers will report to and work closely with the Senior editor. The career writers’ job is to explore industry career/internship avenues and share their findings to readers. Careers articles includes interviews with industry professionals, students who have studied abroad/study tours, and interned as well as interview recent alumni. Articles must be 500-700 words and writers should think of interviewees at least a month out. Each article will feature original photography unique to NuView, the writers will also be responsible for planning photos for each article and communicating with the creative director to accompany writers on assignments or brainstorm a plan if on-site photos will not be attainable. In addition to the previously stated, they will also have the opportunity to pitch their own stories true to the career section and write these articles. There will be other articles in which the associate editor might also contribute (i.e. features).

      Calendar Overview

Team Meeting (1 a month)

Write articles 1-2 times a month (articles live third and fourth week of the month)

Independent Photographers, Independent Videographers, and Independent Stylists

            All of the above independents, act as freelance creatives for the magazine. They will be notified when assignments for articles, still photography, editorials, or videos come up. There will be a list of these creatives that the fashion director will regularly reach out to. These independent creatives will be used every other month and more often depending on availability, relativity to magazine and ease of collaborations.

 

 

*******There is flexibility in positions. If you are interested in only doing PR, web designing, graphic design, etc for the magazine. If we find that you are skilled in this area we will have you on board in our magazine and create a position just for you! See bottom of “Applying for Nuview” sheet on directions for how you can apply.  *********