Life is short and we ambitious.Staying at the forefront of our industry and our fields, takes huge amounts of editorial and engineering skill and creativity, and commercial nous.We in the process of completely reinventing our homepages, launching a US version, and much more.Our ongoing growth plans mean that we are always looking for the talent to support our expansion, and right now we would love to hear from applicants for the following roles:Open: we share and collaborate within and across departmentsScientific: peer review and experimentation is in our DNAOne team, one vision: no office politicsAn appreciative environment: expect to hear a lotRoom to grow: development of skills and responsibilities is encouraged and rewardedFamily friendly and flexible: we understand sometimes personal needs must come firstFind out more here: Life at NewsNow (LinkedIn).Our remuneration policyNewsNow is an exceptionally stable business that values long term relationships with its employees. We run a programme of annual (or even more frequent) appraisals and pay reviews, with the aim of ensuring our employees are motivated, fulfilled, and that their remuneration reflects and recognises their developing expertise (whether transferable skills, or knowledge of our particular stack), their value to NewsNow, and on the wider job market.The training was so comprehensive that I quickly felt comfortable in my understanding of the job.Working in a small team means there plenty of room to get involved in the bigger picture.Working directly with the company founder inspires a passion in the company that you don get from another manager. My role is not restricted to the confines of my job description; a willingness to learn and develop is enthusiastically supported.I feel that my work is valued and appreciated and my efforts are always noticed.We have access to an enormous flow of data, which I find thrilling to work with as it creates exciting opportunities to deploy the latest technologies..
The week leading up to the UW Suicide Prevention Walk will feature number of events that will educate the campus community about mental health and how it affects everyone. Events will feature panelists, movies, and interactive workshops. All events are free and open to the public.
Dustin Johnson, the 2011 and 2017 champion of THE NORTHERN TRUST, finished just one shot back of Woods at the Masters in a tie for second with 2018 PGA TOUR Player of the Year Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele. Schauffele, who has two victories on the season, moved to No. 2 in the FedExCup standings, with Johnson jumping to No.