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Employment Opportunity

Social Media Editor

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Haaretz.com is looking for a Social Media Editor to work full-time from our Tel Aviv office.

If you're:

·         experienced writing for a wide variety of social media platforms;

·         experienced working on a busy news desk;

·         not averse to working unconventional hours;

·         knowledgeable about Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world

then send your CV and a cover letter to english@haaretz.co.il

Haaretz Headlines
V15 anti-Netanyahu protesters in Jerusalem, February 17, 2015.

Bill restricting political activities of NGOs during elections clears first hurdle

Netanyahu proposed the initial version following an extensive PR campaign during the last election by a U.S.-funded organization that sought to replace him as premier.

People take part in an 'Not My President's Day' rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S. February 20, 2017

Thousands mark Presidents' Day in New York by calling for Trump's impeachment

Thousands of protesters march near Trump International Hotel . 'Donald Trump is literally our President, but figuratively, he has attacked every value New Yorkers embody,' organizers say.

The Levite Jewish Community Center in Birmingham, Alabama.

Fourth wave of bomb threats targets 10 Jewish community centers in six U.S. states

New York, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Texas, New Mexico and Alabama centers affected, according to local news reports. Trump's racist remarks empowered anti-Semites to act, Alabama rabbi says.

CNN news anchor Jake Tapper.

Jake Tapper: From Jewish day school troublemaker to Trump’s worst nightmare

Those who knew the 47-year-old anchor of CNN’s 'The Lead' back at Jewish day school just outside Philadelphia are not surprised to see where Tapper ended up.