Growth Editor

Job Description:

Since 1999, Harvard Business School Working Knowledge has connected the School’s leading edge research and ideas on business management with millions of readers all over the world. Using straightforward language to describe complex studies, we offer knowledge that business practitioners can incorporate into their everyday roles as managers, leaders and innovators. Our team of experienced journalists publishes multiple feature stories every week. We’re looking to increase the impact of these stories, and to get to know our audience better.

The growth editor will increase the audience of Harvard Business School Working Knowledge across multiple platforms, and will foster engagement among readers both inside and outside of the Harvard community.

Time Commitment: Temporary

Compensation: To Be Discussed


Overview of Responsibilities:

  • Manage our existing social media accounts, with an eye toward establishing a social presence on other platforms, too.
  • Mine the site archive to resurface past content related to current events, in order to give new relevance to evergreen stories.
  • Identify, analyze, and report key engagement metrics from Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics, Chartbeat, and other relevant measurement platforms.
  • Routinely reach out to influential people who might be interested in specific stories, encouraging them to share the stories within their circles of influence.
  • Nurture ongoing relationships with engaged readers, directly communicating with them via social channels, including the reader comment section.



  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • 2+ years as a social media manager, preferably in a journalistic capacity.
  • Demonstrated prior experience building, growing, and nurturing a digital audience
  • Strong understanding of and experience with multiple analytics platforms, including Adobe and Google Analytics.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
  • Experience articulating a social media strategy to colleagues who may have little social media experience themselves.
  • Ability to work independently and with a team.
  • Ability to spearhead new initiatives and justify them.
  • Passion for knowledge.
  • Emotional intelligence.



Interested applicants should forward resume and cover letter to



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To celebrate the end of the year, we had our last event at Harpoon Brewery, one of Boston most famous brewery. A tour of the brewery was made and we had unlimited beer and pretzels. It was a good event to say goodbye to our EC friends and to celebrate the half of the journey with RC ones.

The Boston Red Sox

One of the best ways to welcome spring in Boston is to go watch a Red Sox game at Fenway! The Club organized a pregame nearby before the game. After, we went to the beautiful stadium and had a beer or pretzel, some of the Fenway classics!

Wine & Paint Night

Paint night was a blast. Definitely an activity you should try at least once in your life. The concept is simple: a professional paint teacher came to campus, in one of the common room and taught us how to paint an image, step by step. We all had the same image to paint, but the results were so different from one and another!! And wine!!! Don’t forget about it! 😉

High Tea at the Taj

We had a lovely afternoon sipping tea at one of the most beautiful hotel in Boston: The Taj. Partners could choose from a variety of high-end tea and savor finger food and delicate pastries. Everything was delicious and very fancy. Partners have a tough life 😉

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Valentine’s themed party

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we gather in the SFP common room to enjoy hot chocolate, wine and lots of sweets! We were quite unlucky with the temperature, because it was one of the worst snow storms of the winter, so a lot of partners out of campus were not able to make it. Fortunately, partners and students living on campus join us and it turned out to be a really nice night!

Welcome back to campus!

We were so glad all our friends are coming back to campus! We welcomed the New Year and new term on February 2nd in One Western Avenue Common room.

This evening was special for Partners’ Club because we also had the admitted students and their partners joining us as guests. As well as catching up with everyone after the break, this was a great opportunity to meet our potential future members and future friends and tell them about life at HBS.