If you know someone who has editing experience and is passionate about developers, I can't think of a larger developer Web site then MSDN to work on.

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Managing Editor, MSDN Online

Are you passionate about developers? Would you like to help direct the broadest developer messaging vehicle out there? With over five million unique users a month, MSDN Online has reach and scope like no other. The managing editor for MSDN Online directs both content as well as the relationships with our product group and marketing partners, and helps set the tone and message for our website.

As the primary contact between the product group and MSDN, the managing editor is responsible for determining overall messaging and a global content calendar for the MSDN Online homepage. The position also manages content development and acquisition, coordinating with the MSDN Community team, working with MSDN program management to oversee developer downloads and Web releases, and ensuring MSDN editorial standards. This position assumes final editorial authority for MSDN Online and accompanying content. Our managing editor will also work with MSDN site managers to lead and plan the future of MSDN Developer Centers. This includes planning features and designs as well as driving MSDN in the creation of new services that allow Microsoft to better reach their developer audience. Finally, this position is also responsible for the production and maintenance of the Developer Center page.

 Qualifications include five years of editing technical or developer-related content and deep knowledge of the developer audience. Our perfect candidate is passionate about developers, about leading change, about the power of the web to communicate. He or she has preferably made a name for themselves in an editorial medium, whether online or in print, and has experience in editorial, production, and maintenance of content, as well as (at least) medium-level HTML.

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