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How to Get a Job at TPG

Oct. 21, 2016
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How to Get a Job at TPG
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That's right, we’re hiring!

2016 has been an incredible year for the site — with record readership and growth across social media. We're looking to invest in our people and continue this growth, so if you've ever thought about coming to work for us, there's no better time. Note that all job listings below require some travel — one of the many major perks that come with the gig. What else? Well, all full-time positions come with full dental and health insurance, 401K and certain benefits you won't likely find elsewhere: We cover annual credit card fees and pick up the lunch tab if you want to work from your desk.

Tune in to our Facebook page on Tuesday, October 25 at noon for a Facebook Live session to discuss job opportunities at TPG!

Head of Social Media

We’re looking for a creative type who’s data driven and knows the social-media landscape cold. The position requires multiple skills: good writing/editing, strong communication, team-building savvy, experience developing strategy and hands-on daily management of content across many platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and others). Candidates should have a passion for travel, the ability to react to trends quickly and a knowledge/appreciation of the TPG brand. This department works directly with editorial as well as marketing for both online content and offline events. Full details are here.

Points and Miles Editor

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Responsible for assigning, writing and editing news, columns and feature articles, this position assumes you have a passion for credit cards, airlines, hotels and loyalty programs — and you keep up with travel trends. We need someone who can identify timely topics and develop stories with original, on-brand angles — quickly (less than an hour in some cases). If number crunching and “doing the math” to find the best deals sound fun to you, then this is your kind of position. Full details are here.

Nights and Weekends Editor

We need a writer/editor with excellent reporting skills to cover the news — drama at airports, insane airline deals, sudden changes in travel options — during weekday evenings (5:00pm-10:00pm) and on weekends (10am-6pm Saturday and Sunday). This position has a lot of autonomy; a successful candidate will be able to write, edit, fact check and publish quickly, often without a top editor. Strong social media savvy is assumed. Note: This job is remote (work from home). Full details are here.

Senior Writer

Candidates for this position must have a proven track record covering some of the following travel topics: aviation news, credit card optimization, points and miles strategy, personal finance, hotel loyalty programs, airport lounges and industry disruptors like Airbnb and Uber. We’re especially interested in people who know the aviation industry and have a passion for planes, flying and deal spotting. Strong voice, sense of humor and large contact database are pluses. Full details are here.

Marketing and Events Coordinator

TPG works with advertisers and non-profits to create some truly incredible events. In this role, you’ll be supporting the VP of Marketing & Communications and the Director of Compliance with a focus on executing marketing campaigns for both kinds of partners. You may help with integrated marketing partnerships that drive revenue on day one and then and work to expand TPG’s corporate giving program one another day (Points for Peace is our cornerstone charitable initiative). Additionally, you will work alongside TPG’s experiential marketing agency and assist in the ideation and implementation of our spectacular events. Full details are here.

We hope to hear from you soon, and good luck!

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