A PLACE FOR

MAGAZINES

From the best news, politics, technology, art, style, travel and more, Zinio invites readers to connect with the stories that shape history and the magazines that matter.

Leadership

Zinio's leadership team believes in the future of the publishing industry, and strives to build an enterprise where people and ideas matter most.

Arthur Becker
Arthur Becker
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Arthur Becker
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Arthur is Chairman & CEO of Zinio. Previously, he was the CEO of NaviSite, a NASDAQ quoted company that provided technology and application management services to customers in the US and UK from 2002-2010. With offices in the US, UK and India, NaviSite provided data center hosting and cloud-based application management to enterprises. Arthur was a senior advisor to the Vera Wang fashion company for 7 years and has been a private investor in technology and real estate since NaviSite was sold to Time Warner in 2011.
Vincent Ohanyan
Vincent Ohanyan
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer
Vincent Ohanyan
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer
Vince's long career in Media and Publishing has given him extensive knowledge of the publishing industry including finance, accounting, corporate strategy, business development, production, circulation, and operations. Vince served as the CFO of Alpha Media Group, publisher of Maxim until its sale in February 2014. As a member of the executive management team that oversaw the sale of the company, he was also responsible for Finance and Circulation functions. He was previously General Manager and Chief Financial Officer at Northern & Shell NA where he helped launch OK! Magazine in the US market in 2005, which quickly became the fastest growing weekly celebrity magazine in the US. From 1991 to 2002, he was CFO/COO of TV Guide Magazine (the largest weekly circulation magazine during this time) along with its Magazine Distribution Group and managed finance, treasury, circulation, and HR functions.
Joan Solà
Joan Solà
EVP, Chief Global Markets
Joan Solà
EVP, Chief Global Markets
Until July 2012 Joan was President of Zinio International, developing the Zinio business outside of North America. He joined the company in 2009 after leading a joint venture with Havas to develop Zinio in Europe and Latin America. Previously he was CEO of Acceso Group, a media intelligence and CMS group in Spain that developed a partnership with Zinio in 2004 to expand the business in the UK and Spain. From 1984 through October 2000 he was CEO of Weber-Shandwick Spain. Joan was born in Barcelona, has a degree in Law from the UAB, a Marketing PD from ESADE, an EDP from Wharton and lives with his wife and their four daughters in Barcelona.

Where We're From

Zinio gets around. We have offices around the world to help us address our global readers, partners and publishers.

New York
Zinio is headquartered in New York. Our Midtown offices are right in the world's epicenter of music, newspaper, television, book and magazine publishing. In New York we service an increasing cadre of top-tier partners.
San Francisco
Zinio's heart of development is in San Francisco's Financial District. We work every day to serve our customers and to create better products and services for our readers everywhere else.
Barcelona
Barcelona is home to Zinio's European headquarters and home base to a network of media and technology partners and publishers in Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
London
Zinio's new office in London plays host to our UK-based publisher and partners and additional publishers in Northern Europe.

Join Us

Want to change the way people discover, read and share magazines? We?re always looking for someone who can help make a better Zinio.

Current Openings

Paralegal New York
Zinio is seeking a Paralegal to track and manage its domestic and international contracts. The ideal candidate is familiar with contract tracking and rights management. This candidate will report to the CFO/COO and work closely with the New York and Barcelona Finance team to streamline and execute contract administration. Assignments will expand over time to include assisting with special projects and various corporate contracts. Other related duties may be assigned.

Responsibilities
-Record and manage data and provide analysis
-Liaise with various departments
-Proofread, prepare and send out correspondence to contractors and publishers
-Prepare and process contracts and contract changes
-Establish and maintain contract database
-Assist in documenting and tracking all changes to plans and specifications and circulate to affected parties
-Help scan and electronically file miscellaneous paperwork from various departments
-Requires experience in Microsoft Word and Excel
-Draft, proofread and red-line agreements as well as rights agreements in accordance with notes and/or comments.
-Concentration on vendor contracts and publisher contracts

Qualifications
-Minimum of 2 years paralegal or related experience in contracts
-Paralegal certificate from an ABA accredited school preferred.
-Must be able to take on multiple tasks effectively, prioritize projects, and complete all assignments in an accurate and timely manner.
-Ability to read and interpret complex contracts.
-Experience and comfort communicating effectively with executives.
-Assignments must be accomplished with absolute attention to detail.
-Exceptional communication skills both written and oral.
-Able to work quickly and accurately and assess the priorities of assignments.

Please send resumes to jobs@zinio.com and include Paralegal in the subject
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