Current Opportunities at Charlotte magazine, Charlotte Wedding, Charlotte Home + Garden, and Charlottemagazine.com:

Account Executive, Charlotte magazine, Charlotte Home + Garden magazine, and related digital channels

Charlotte magazine, a division of Morris Media Network, is looking for our next Super Star. Charlotte magazine seeks a qualified sales executive with at least five years experience in sales (preferably advertising sales in print, television, radio, or online) to join our family.

Candidate must have a great track record of prospecting for new business as well as renewing existing accounts at a high percentage. The right candidate will have the ability to establish rapport quickly, has a history of meeting with decision makers and closing in a short sales cycle. This is not a 9-5 position. It will require entertaining, a social style, and a desire to be the best while earning a significant income. We are looking for the top 10% only.

Interested applicants may send resume and cover letter to Christyn Denton. For more information, see our LinkedIn posting.

Digital Marketing Specialist

Charlotte magazine is looking for a dynamic, tech-savvy team player to be a full-time Digital Marketing Specialist for three city publications: the award-winning monthly Charlotte magazine and the quarterlies Charlotte Home + Garden, and Charlotte Wedding. This position requires a candidate who is extremely organized, flexible, focused, forward thinking with a passion for social media and digital marketing.

Interested applicants may send resume and cover letter to Casey Wilson. For more information, see our Linkedin posting.

Freelance Wedding Writer/Blogger/Editor, Charlotte Wedding
Charlotte Wedding seeks an experienced writer/editor with a passion for all things bridal to take the helm of our wedding blog, Bride + Groom: The Southern Bride’s Guide to Everything Wedding.
From the season’s newest gowns and accessories to honeymoon destinations, décor inspiration, and etiquette dilemmas—our Bride + Groom covers them all. Are you in the know about the latest wedding trends? The person your newly engaged friends always turn to for wedding planning advice? If the answer to both questions is yes—and you’re an experienced writer—this is the gig for you. 
You’ll work remotely but directly with the editor, and in addition to editing Bride + Groom, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to the print edition of the magazine, as well as to our sister publications, Charlotte magazine and Charlotte Home + Garden

This is a part-time freelance position. Send cover letter, resume, and clips/links to editor Aleigh Acerni.


We always like to know about talented, dynamic individuals in the market.

If you are interested in editorial, design, or digital, please feel free to send a resume, cover letter, and clips/samples/portfolio links (if applicable) to editor Michael Graff.

If you are interested in marketing, or other opportunities, please feel free to send a cover letter and resume to publisher Richard Thurmond.

If you are interested in sales, please free to send a resume and cover letter to sales manager Christyn Denton.

No phone calls please.

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