Job Description

This is an exceptional opportunity to join a seasoned team led by industry veterans. The Coordinator role provides an opportunity to gain exposure and experience within the fast growing area of affiliate marketing called commerce content with an emphasis on mentorship by your manager. This role reports to the Senior Manager of Business Development and is eligible for remote work in the states listed below.

About the position

Each month Wirecutter helps millions of people by exhaustively researching and testing products in dozens of categories to select the very best among them for our readers. Our model is unique and incredibly powerful, and the trust we earn from our readers is core to our success.

As the Partnerships Coordinator, you will be in a partner-facing role that supports the growth of our growing portfolio of partners. You will directly support our Partnerships colleagues to execute on the optimization strategies that help our readers buy the products that Wirecutter recommends. This role requires a self-starter with excellent time management skills, a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, and comfort working in a collaborative team environment in a remote setting. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must.

  • Partner Support

    • Evaluates and responds to inbound recruitment outreach from merchants

    • Monitors inbound merchant newsletters and highlights relevant deals internally

    • Compiles monthly internal reports

    • Manages weekly tracker of partner features

    • Support Partnerships team members with their owned portfolios

  • Optimization

    • Supports Commerce Operations team with merchant audits

    • Assists with auditing guides for optimization opportunities

  • Link operations

    • Build affiliate links to be used on Wirecutter.com for priority partners

    • Supports Commerce Operations during major deal events (Prime Day, Cyber Week) by helping to build affiliate links


  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal. Experience communicating with people at all levels of an organization and with external clients are strongly preferred.

  • An eagerness to collaborate in entrepreneurial and cross-functional environments.

  • Strong problem-solving and organizational skills, with the ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail

  • 1-2 years of experience, experience in affiliate marketing a plus

  • An appreciation for The New York Times’s and Wirecutter’s mission and a commitment to be a part of the company’s innovation and growth.

 About Wirecutter

Wirecutter helps people buy the right things for the way they want to live. The site was founded by journalists in September 2011 and was acquired by The New York Times Company in October 2016. Our recommendations are made through vigorous reporting, interviewing, and testing by teams of veteran journalists, scientists, and researchers. Consider us a best-of list for everyday things; a curated gallery filled with only interesting, useful objects; a thank-you note to the designers and engineers who create the stuff that makes our lives better; a geeky friend with next-level research skills who tests everything they buy so you don’t have to. The point is to make buying great gear quickly easier so you can get on with living your life.

We pride ourselves on following rigorous journalistic standards and ethics, and we maintain editorial independence from our business operations. Our recommendations are always made entirely by our editorial team without input from our revenue team, and our writers and editors are never made aware of any business relationships. Wirecutter is mission driven and reader supported; learn more about us here.

Our Company Principles

Our principles help us create a work environment that breeds trust, respect, learning and is one that we all are excited about showing up to each day.

Seek Understanding: We are lifelong students who want to understand the world around us. We are curious to understand our readers, how we get better at our own disciplines and how we can work better together. This means we are active listeners, information hunters and empathetic.

Explain Why: Because we seek to understand, we value the importance of explaining our ideas and our understanding. This means we are constructively candid, sharing our perspectives and the thought process behind it. And then learning from the conversation that ensues. We are all teachers and students, helping each other grow.

Solve Things: We love to solve things, whether they are our own problems, our readers problems or our colleagues problems. While we often can solve problems on our own, we believe our best results come out when we solve them together.

Get It Done: We are passionate about getting things done. Whether it is our own individual work or teamwork, our instinct is to forge a path forward and learn as we go. This means we continually focus on how to turn work into achievable chunks, communicate those effectively to the team and efficiently execute against them.

Make It Better: We aren’t satisfied with perpetuating the status quo. We’re always looking forward. We live to change the world around us for the better, making a difference in our own lives and our readers’ lives. If we are being ambitious enough, this means that we will both fail and succeed and we take pride in owning both of those outcomes as long as we are learning.


Even with our office in New York City, Wirecutter remains a highly remote-friendly culture, and proud to employ incredible people across the country. Right now, we are eligible to hire in AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, HI, IA, IL, IN, MA, ME, MI, MN, NH, NY, OH, OR, PA, TX, UT, WA.

Overview of Benefits at Wirecutter and The New York Times Company:

Though Wirecutter has a physical office in New York City, the company promotes and encourages a remote workforce, so that our employees can work in flexible and comfortable ways. We are committed to career development, supported by a formal mentoring program as well as tuition reimbursement. The New York Times Company offers frequent panel discussions and talks by industry leaders (Sheryl Sandberg, Melinda Gates and Ta-Nehisi Coates are a few recent examples), that we encourage our employees to attend.

We believe diversity fuels innovation and creativity, and we have a variety of employee groups and task forces across The New York Times Company and Wirecutter dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace.

We offer a generous parental leave policy, which was recently expanded in response to employee feedback. Birth mothers receive 16 weeks fully paid, adoptive parents and birth fathers receive 10 weeks also fully paid. Similarly, we offer competitive health and dental insurance, as well as 401k matching.


The New York Times is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce, one that reflects the varied global community we serve. Our journalism and the products we build in the service of that journalism greatly benefit from a range of perspectives, which can only come from diversity of all types, across our ranks, at all levels of the organization. Achieving true diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do. It is also the smart thing for our business. So we strongly encourage women, veterans, people with disabilities, people of color and gender nonconforming candidates to apply.

The New York Times Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of an individual’s sex, age, race, color, creed, national origin, alienage, religion, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or affectional preference, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic trait or predisposition, carrier status, citizenship, veteran or military status and other personal characteristics protected by law. All applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected characteristics. The New York Times Company will consider qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local “Fair Chance” laws.