GOOD is the integrated media company for people who want to live well and do good. As an editorially-led, member-driven community, GOOD provides content and experiences that blend entertainment and relevance. Among the fastest growing media brands on the market, its portfolio currently includes GOOD Magazine, a host of live events, and GOOD.is/, an online destination updated daily with fresh editorial and short-form video features. Launched in 2006, GOOD has received numerous awards and widespread praise for its groundbreaking aesthetic and unique voice that reflects the cultural shift among consumers who want to move the world forward and enjoy themselves while doing so. Since its inception, GOOD has achieved commercial success and catalyzed social impact. Through its innovative Choose GOOD campaign, the company already has directed over $1M in subscription revenue to a diverse roster of leading nonprofit organizations around the world.
Working at GOOD
GOOD combines smart business practices with a high-energy, creative culture. Our employees are willing to work tirelessly to influence the future of the planet, but they want to have fun in the process. We aim to incorporate our core values of authenticity, creativity, transparency, utility, and love into everything we do. Diversity is of great importance to us.
GOOD offers a full range of employment benefits including medical, dental, and vision coverage paid 95% by the organization for our regular full-time employees.
GOOD is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate in employment. Equal access to employment, services, and programs is available to all persons. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the organization.
Please note: Though submitting a resume to GOOD implies that you are interested in a position(s), it does not imply that you are an applicant. You are not considered an applicant until you have been contacted directly by a Human Resources representative requesting that you begin the designated application process, which may involve phone and/or in-person interview(s), job-related testing, and background checking.