Writing Jobs 9.7.11

Gorkana Job Listing

You can find these listings at www.gorkanajobs.com

Access Intelligence, Editor/Content Manager – Houston, Rockville, Md. or Norwalk
American Banker, Bank Technology Reporter – New York or Washington, D.C., Other
American Banker, Consumer Finance Reporter – New York, Washington, D.C., Other
Anonymous, Photo Editor / Shoot Producer – Los Angeles, CA
Associated Press, Newsperson – Johannesburg
Barron’s.com, Income Blogger – New York City
Bloomberg News, Contract Sports Producer – New York
Bloomberg News, Financial Newsletter Editor – New York
Bloomberg News, Producer/Writer – New York
Bloomberg.com, Account Executive – San Francisco
Boston Herald, Assistant Lifestyle Editor – Boston
Boston Herald, Executive City Editor – Boston
Business Insurance, Reporter – Chicago
CNET, Senior Writer – San Francisco
Debtwire, Muni Content Coordinator – New York, NY
Debtwire, Reporter – New York, NY
Debtwire, Reporter – New York, NY / Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Dow Jones Newswires / The Wall Street Journal, Policy Reporter
Dow Jones Newswires, Deputy Managing Editor – New York City
Dow Jones Newswires, Reporter – New York City
Dow Jones Newswires/Daily Bankruptcy Review, Copy Reader – Washington DC
Education Week, Business and Innovation Reporter-Editor – Bethesda, MD
Financial Times, US Financial Correspondent
FINS.com, Careers Reporter – New York City
Gay Star News, Vacancies
Honner Media, Acting General Manager – Sydney
Imagination Publishing, Content Director – Chicago, IL
InvestmentNews, Online Assistant Managing Editor – New York
InvestmentNews, Reporter – New York, NY or Boston
Janus, Senior Financial Writer – Denver, CO
NET-A-PORTER, Copy Manager – New York
NFC Times, Freelance Journalist – Silicon Valley preferred
PHOTON USA, Newsletter Editor – San Francisco or New York
Platts, Sr. Editor, Central Editing Desk – Houston
PublicSource, Investigative Reporter – Pennsylvania
RBI (ICIS), LNG Reporter, Houston, TX
Reed Business Information, Production Editors – Morristown, New Jersey
Reuters, Energy, Environment and Commodities Reporter (Level 1 Journalist) – Washington DC
Reuters, Housing Industry Correspondent – New York
Reuters, Law and Lobbying Correspondent – Washington DC
Reuters, Legal Affairs Correspondent – Washington DC
Reuters, Livestock Reporter – Chicago
Reuters, Senior Economics Correpondent – Mexico City
Reuters, Senior Grains Correspondent, Americas – Chicago
Reuters, West Coast Bureau Chief – Los Angeles or San Francisco, CA
Reuters, West Coast Enterprise Correspondent – San Francisco or Los Angeles
SportsBusiness Daily/SportsBusiness Journal, Editor/Editorial Assistants – Charlotte
The Baltimore Business Journal, Reporter – Baltimore, MD
The Bond Buyer, Reporter – New York, NY
The Deal, Reporter – Washington D.C.
The Wall Street Journal Online, Corporate Finance Editor – New York
TheStreet.com, Wall Street Deal Reporter – New York
Thomson Reuters, Deputy Washington Editor – Washington
Thomson Reuters, Editor in Charge, U.S. Commodities – New York
Thomson Reuters, Enterprise Desk Editor – New York
Thomson Reuters, Legal Reporter – New York
Undisclosed, Freelance Financial Writers – United States
Wall Street Journal, Reporter – Dallas,TX
Wall Street Journal, Senior Editor- New York


— Openings at the Reuters/Chicago bureau: Insightful and enterprising senior grains correspondent (Job #NEW00002305) who can cover all aspects of the U.S. agricultural story, from corn crop development in Iowa to hedge fund trading in Chicago, telling the untold stories of the world’s top grain supplier to a global audience; must serve two sets of readers, writing stories that are sufficiently sophisticated and up-to-date for global grain traders who want a head start on the next big play, while intriguing an broad enough to stand as front page news for a well-informed financial reader; should initiate and produce ahead-of-the-curve analysis and enterprise stories that mix both anecdote and hard data to build narratives that are compelling, unique and multimedia-rich; should be as comfortable with investigative reporting as spot news and be able to switch quickly from source-building to writing the day’s big spot story; apply online at https://toc.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobapply.ftl?lang=en&job=new00002305

Energetic and self-driven reporter (Job #NEW00002388) to cover the nation’s multi-billion dollar livestock markets, spanning the futures and physical markets and everything in between; must be creative in delivering stories to a diverse clientele that ranges from those involved in the daily trading of livestock to money managers; must be able to provide breaking news as well as in-depth analyses on market trends to how economics affects the demand for mat; must create numerous contacts, help raise the profile of Reuters’ reporting in the area, be a team player and work well under pressure; experience in covering the grain markets will be beneficial; apply online at https://toc.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=NEW00002388

— Dow Jones Newswires/Chicago seeks a reporter (Job #000100733) to cover the airline and aerospace industry beats who can work extensively in cooperation with colleagues in Washington, overseas and with the Wall Street Journal; will lead DJ coverage of the aerospace and defense sectors, including Boeing, break news on the corporate performance of these companies and analyze broader signals they provide for domestic and global economies; must know the financial markets, including corporate finance, application should include five clips, a resume and pitches for two news stories and one feature idea. Apply online at http://careers.newscorp.com/Job/Details/1164

— Reuters seeks stringers in state capitols on big stories, including Springfield, IL; Lansing, MI; Jefferson City, MO; Frankfort, KY; St. Paul, MN; Pierre, SD; and Bismarck, ND; the ideal candidate would be someone who is already working as a reporter for a non-competing news service at the capital and would like to pick up some extra money supplying Reuters a story you’re already doing. For additional information, contact Mary Wisniewski, Reuters/Chicago bureau, at (312) 408-8731 or by e-mailing mary.wisniewski@thomsonreuters.com.

— The Associated Press/Lexington, KY seeks a sports reporter with at least five years daily newspaper experience who can take over and build beats covering college spots, including the high-profile Kentucky, Louisville and Western Kentucky programs; must also cover horse racing, motorsports and other sports; must have a track record of building reliable sources, breaking news, writing accurate and compelling game copy on deadline, delivering smart enterprise that shows ownership of a beat/team/sports and can provide or arrange for content on other platforms. Apply online at http://ap.contacthr.com/20794834

— The Associated Press/Charlotte, NC seeks a sports reporter with at least five years full-time daily newspaper experience who can tae over and build beats covering sports in the state that will include two pro teams (Panthers and Bobcats), NASCAR and golf; must have a track record of building sources, breaking news, writing accurate and compelling game copy on deadline, delivering smart enterprise that shows ownership of a beat, team or sports, can set the agenda for the top sports news in North Carolina, can get the scoop without sacrificing quality, is a good planner, can juggle multiple assignments, is comfortable with the growing demand for content in multiple formats and can either provide it or arrange for it; should be comfortable using social media tools. Apply online at http://ap.contacthr.com/20777874


— The Chicago Tribune seeks an accomplished business editor (Job #20111-18586) who has strong news judgment, has a proven ability to conceptualize and deliver great stories, has well-honed organizational skills, has clear leadership potential, has a passionate interest in business news, has a talent for supervising and encouraging reporters so they can do their best work and can cover the world of business from a Chicago perspective; must support this broad mission with intensity and grace. Apply online at www.tribune.com.

— The Wednesday Journal (Oak Park, IL) seeks a reporter who can cover the communities of Oak Park and River Forest for the weekly publication who is strong and balanced, is respectful of and enthusiastic about community journalism, enjoys writing breaking news, can hit deadlines and embraces social media. Clips, resume and letter stating both salary requirements and why you want to work in community journalism to Dan Haley, editor/publisher, at dhaley@wjinc.com.

— Suburban Life Publications (Downers Grove, IL) seeks a part-time, entry-level page designer who has big ideas, has the drive to sell them and has the skills to get the work done in a fast-paced newsroom for publications that are committed to telling stories in non-traditional ways with dynamic presentation, both in print and online; should combine a strong instinct with good design, the ability to manage several tasks simultaneously within a team environment, the flexibility to work in multiple coverage areas, s creative, is quick, is detail-oriented and is deadline-obsessed; mastery of AP style is a must. While the papers will consider recent grads, they should have good collegiate clips. E-mail five work samples, or online links, with resume to Eric Hahn, design director, at ehahn@mysuburbanlife.com.

** Openings at the DeKalb (IL) Daily Chronicle and the Kane County Chronicle (Geneva, IL): Reporter with at least one year experience who can cover DeKalb County government and the city of Sycamore, informing readers about all aspects of county and city government, the city’s school district and business news; must come up with story ideas in addition to stories assigned by the editor, cover breaking news/features/meetings and can help tell the stories that help readers understand what is important to their lives; must have a mastery of grammar and AP style, while Web and multimedia background is helpful; apply attn: Reporter, DeKalb.

Copy editor/page designer who can make stories better, identify structural and factual errors, write headlines that engage the reader, design clean and easy-to-navigate pages, possess solid news judgment and can do it all for print and the Web for two papers nightly; must know AP style, excel on deadline and be willing to work nights and weekends; InDesign background is a plus; three design samples and three examples of good copy editing to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., attn: Copy editor/DeKalb, 1586 Barber Greene Rd., DeKalb, IL 60115 or e-mail editorialrecruitment@shawsuburban.com. EOE (10/2)

— The Jacksonville (IL) Journal-Courier seeks a GA photographer (Job #11002230001) who has a keen eye for intriguing and compelling photography, can tell a story through pictures and knows computer photo editing and Canon photo equipment; prior professional experience preferred. Apply online at http://www.freedom.com/jobs/job_info.asp?id=2253.

— The LaSalle (IL) NewsTribune seeks a sports writer who can cover anything and everything high school-related; must be a solid writer, have the ability to find angles that don’t show up in a box score, can write features and columns, occasionally cover the pros and perform weekly layout shifts; Quark experience is desired. Work samples and resume to Linda Kleczewski, 426 Second St., LaSalle, IL 61301. No faxes or e-mail. EOE (9/5)

— The Galesburg (IL) Register-Mail seeks a sharp and resourceful reporter to cover its city and county beats in a city that has plenty to report and investigate; must be able to produce compelling, front-page worthy stories; preference will be given to regional candidates and while the paper prefers experience it will consider a recent grad with good clips. Clips and resume to Tom Martin, editor, 140 S. Prairie St., Galesburg, IL 61401, call (800) 747-7181 x-250 or e-mail tmartin@register-mail.com. EOE (9/19)

— The Rock Island (IL) Argus and Moline (IL) Dispatch seek an energetic and deadline-driven reporter who can make a difference in the competitive Quad Cities market; must be personable and community oriented, responsible, well-organized, self-starting, work well with editors, and is driven to be first with well-crafted and accurate stories that matter to Quad Cities readers. Send resume and references via e-mail to humanresources@qconline.com, with a subject line of reporter.

** The weekly Gibson City (IL) Courier seeks a part-time sports editor with 1-3 years related experience who is talented, can provide comprehensive print and online coverage of area sports, working closely with the editorial team; must cover local sporting events, compile stats, write sports copy, design sports page on a weekly basis, create content for the Web and deliver quality work on a deadline, recognizing that in a digital world the business is a 24/7 operation. Apply online at www.patnagraph.com/workhere. EOE (10/3)

** The Bloomington (IL) Pantagraph seeks a reporter with two years experience who can cover both assigned stories and breaking news for print and online products; must have general reporting and multimedia knowledge and have the ability to write accurate and compelling stories on deadline; must be a good time manager have the ability to handle multiple projects, and have the ability to work a flexible shift that includes nights and weekends. . Apply online at www.patnagraph.com/workhere.

— The alt-weekly Illinois Times (Springfield, IL) seeks a versatile and experienced reporter who believes in fiercely independent journalism that makes a difference, believes that challenging readers is part of the job description, can work fast, can dig up dirt, can turn a phrase, can deliver a punch line, can contribute several stories a week for its news section and longer magazine-style cover stories as well for a staff that is small but mighty; must be a team player. Three clips, resume and a letter describing your experience/interest/ability to work with the staff to the Times editor, 1320 S. State St., Springfield, IL 62704 or e-mail reportersearch@illinoistimes.com. No calls.

— Openings at the Decatur (IL) Herald & Review: Ambitious GA reporter who can tackle almost any subject, can provide lively features for news and feature sections and has some experience covering breaking news and a eat. Six clips and resume to Dave Dawson, ME, 601 E. William St., Decatur, IL 62523 or e-mail ddawson@herald-review.com. EOE (10/3)

** The Southern Illinoisan (Carbondale, IL) seeks a copy editor/page designer who can design page one, the editorial page and everything in between; must edit and post content for digital products and niche publications, and has online aptitude; experience preferred but not a must. Apply online at http://www.lee.net/careers/openings.html.

— The Racine (WI) Journal Times seeks a GA reporter who can write clearly, can develop relationships with sources, can take initiative, can write concisely and writes for readers, not sources; the paper will consider recent grads. Apply by visiting www.journaltimes.com, going to the jobs tab and clicking on the employment applications; find the job and fill out the online forms; THEN send resume and links to writing samples or electronic copies of writing samples to both rgolub@journaltimes.com and bridget.thoreson@journaltimes.com, with a subject line of “Application for 2011 reporter position.” EOE (9/12)

— Openings at the Appleton (WI) Post-Crescent: Experienced cops/courts/enterprise reporter who has unrelenting curiosity, has an unbridled competitive streak, has a passion for reporting and writing stories that play above the fold and at the top of the home page, can build sources, uses open records laws, understands how to use online resources to report and will do far more than churn out rewritten press releases or parrot the official line; must understand that law enforcement and the courts are fertile ground for telling the story of a community’s health, values and future. Clips and resume to the Post-Crescent HR Dept., attn: Reporter, Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912-0059 or e-mail careers@postcrescent.com. (10/3)

** The Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern seeks a sports reporter who will work the sports desk, cover events and write stories as needed for both print and digital platforms; hours will vary, but generally will including working Tuesday through Saturday and will include stories on sports of all types, with an emphasis on local preps, youth, recreational and outdoors activities; a background in page design is a plus, but not a must. Clips/online links and resume to the Northwestern HR Dept., re: Sports Reporter-ONW, Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912-0059 or e-mail careers@thenorthwestern.com. (10/3)

— The Stevens Point (WI) Journal seeks a reporter who has a passion for writing, has a talent for storytelling, is curious and creative, is enthusiastic, is willing to do what it takes to get the job done right, has a track record of writing compelling people profiles, can weave details throughout a story and tap into key passions and interests of area residents, can use social media tools to give daily doses about sites/scenes/people in the area and can work independently on deadline. Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Stevens Point Journal Reporter position, 1200 Third Ct., Stevens Point, WI 54481 or e-mail careers@appleton.gannett.com.

** The Wisconsin Rapids (WI) Daily Tribune seeks an aggressive and ethical reporter with at least one year experience who has good newsgathering and writing skills and can craft stories that are compelling and powerful; must break news online, produce sophisticated stories and long-term projects that hold elected officials and institutions accountable and that connect the actions of government and businesses to people’s lives; must use a variety of open records requests, databases and source development to produce stories that are memorable and meaningful and have a good command of AP style. Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Daily Tribune Reporter search, 220 First Av. South, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 or e-mail careers@appleton.gannett.com.

** Openings at the Green Bay (WI) Press-Gazette:

GA reporter who can provide accurate and skillful community journalism through daily reporting and enterprise assignments, covering a wide variety of topics and interests as well as knowledge of Web-specific skills, including reporting news through video and audio equipment/chats/forums/blogging/Web-exclusive content, is comfortable with gathering and reporting information through a variety of sources and technologiy, including database searches and connecting with readers through distinct storytelling skills. Work samples and resume to the Press-Gazette HR Dept., Box 23430, 435 E. Walnut St., Green Bay, WI 54305-3430 or e-mail careers@greenbay.gannett.com

— The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster, IN) seeks a highly-motivated and creative page designer who can bring a new dimension to its print products, can change the perception of designers as merely “visual people,” and knows that good content drives readership. Must be able to multi-task comfortably, be experienced in information and content design, have a strong interest for problem solving, have a sense of urgency and have a passion for news; experience with InDesign and Photoshop is preferred. Apply online at www.nwi.com/timesjobs

— The Elkhart (IN) Truth seeks a copy editor/page designer for a universal presentation desk who has experience in text editing, headline writing and page design and is equally at home working in social media and digital journalism. Send work samples, resume and lettering stating salary requirements to Greg Halling, ME, 421 S. Second St., Elkhart, IN 46516 or e-mail ghalling@etruth.com

** The Logansport (IN) Pharos-Tribune seeks a news editor who can help to lead the local news staff, direct coverage when the associate editor is out of the office or on vacation, work as senior reporter, tackle important city and county government beat stories, do more than cover meetings, can explain the impact of government decisions to readers, highlight the interesting people in positions that often get overlooked, can transform boring policy discussions into interesting stories and can cover a wide range of stories ranging from human interest pieces to stories on the big arrest from the night before; stories must comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable, along with the occasional story that will make readers spit out their coffee. Send your six best clips and resume to Dustin Kass, associate editor, 517 E. Broadway, Logansport, IN 46947, fax (574) 732-5070 or e-mail dustin.kass@pharostribune.com

— Openings at the Marion (IN) Chronicle-Tribune:

Managing editor with at least three years newsroom management experience who has design skills, excels as a manager, has strong news judgment, can juggle assignments, can stay on track, works well in collaboration with others or as a leader, can oversee the nightly design and production of multiple daily newspapers in central IN and assist in setting the news direction of those products; applicants must submit a design portfolio, resume and publisher’s acknowledgement form.

Education beat reporter who understands the structure of the state’s education system, has a passion for telling human stories, hasa willingness to ask tough questions about school performance with an eye toward holding officials at everylevel accountable and can work on GA stories and do weekend work.

Page designer who can work well on a fast-paced desk publishing multiple products, knows InDesign and Photoshop, has strong leadership skills, wants to be tested as a journalist and can develop (or already has) visual storytelling techniques; must be comfortable in both print and digital platforms and design experience outside of college is strongly preferred. Resume to David Penticuff, editor, 610 S. Adams St., Marion, IN 46953 or e-mail dpenticuff@chronicle-tribune.com

— The Zionsville (IN) Times Sentinel seeks a versatile and energetic reporter who knows AP style, can cover all beats (police, government, school and features), can multi-task, can work as a team member and can do some night or weekend work as needed; experience with photography is a plus. Send 3-5 slips and resume to Andrea Cline, 250 S. Elm St., Zionsville, IN 46077, fax (317) 873-6259 or e-mail Andrea.Cline@timessentinel.com

— The Frankfort (IN) Times seeks a strong editor with at least three years reporting experience who can motivate and guide a small staff while generating content; must work with senior editors in a group-wide operations, as well as with people in the community, while planning local content and editing copy. Resume to David Penticuff, regional editor, 610 S. Adams St., Marion, IN 46953 or e-mail dpenticuff@chronicle-tribune.com

— The Muncie (IN) Star Press seeks an experienced copy editor/page designer who has visual storytelling running through the veins, is a passion, and wants more freedom to design bold and creative pages; must have expertise with InDesign and Photoshop, have a love for words, write crisp headlines and know AP style; background designing newspaper front pages is highly desirable. Work samples and resume to Lisa Nellessen-Lara, executive editor, Box 2408, Muncie, IN 47307-0408 or e-mail lnelless@muncie.gannett.com

— The Franklin (IN) Daily Journal seeks a reporter who can cover news, business, government and legislative issues, so candidates must be versatile, able to analyze and write well, cover beats, work well under deadline and make complicated issues understandable; must do both daily stories and long-term pieces. For information, call (317) 736-2749 and e-mail clips and resume to ssyse@dailyjournal.net

— The weekly Brown County Democrat (Nashville, IN) seeks a GA reporter who is a proven storyteller/investigator/analyst, loves listening to and learning about people, has the drive and stamina to improve the community and has the ability and passion to cover a wide variety of beats that will include cops and courts, local government, education and sports; photo experience is essential. Clips and resume to Sara Clifford, editor, Box 277, Nashville, IN 47448 or e-mail sclifford@bcdemocrat.com

— The Des Moines (IA) Register seeks a self-starting and enterprising photographer with at least three years experience who is enthusiastic, has had success covering spot news/sports/community events, can shoot video and has good multimedia skills; must know lighting techniques, digital photo equipment and software and remote transmission of photos. Porftolio/online links, resume and letter stating salary requirements to Dotti Klootwyk, 715 Locust St., Des Moines, IA 50309 , fax (515) 286-2526 or e-mail dklootwyk@gannett.com

— The Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette and KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA seek a dynamic assignment editor with at least two years experience who will focus on education, government, business, politics, features and entertainment; must coordinate news coverage and assignments, be a strong multi-tasker, champion the regular use of public records, show creativity and flexibility, learn quickly, demonstrate strong organizational skills, have a strong record of storytelling, be able to edit well, be able to coach reporters, express confidence in decisions, demonstrate superior news judgment and be comfortable with Web publishing and social media tools. Send DVD or other samples demonstrating work experience and resume to the SourceMedia Group HR Dept., Box 511, 500 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 or e-mail sourcemediahr@sourcemedia.net

— The Clinton (IA) Herald seeks a staff writer who can cover area city councils, school boards, businesses and timely features; must be a proficient writer, typer and possess good people skills; the paper encourages recent grads to apply. Midwestern candidates preferred. Work samples and resume to Scott Levine, associate editor, 221 Sixth Av. South, Clinton, IA 52732 or e-mail scotlevine@clintonherald.com

— The Creston (IA) News Advertiser seeks a reporter who can write local/hard news, find enterprise stories, write features and shoot some photos and video; must be self-motivated, enterprising and persistent and can cover stories in a five-county area in SW Iowa; must have a working knowledge of Macs, Photoshop and AP style and be able to balance priorities, work well under pressure and meet daily deadlines. Pay $20-25K/year. Work samples and resume to the News Advertiser HR Dept., Box 126, Creston, IA 50801, call (641) 782-2141 or e-mail editr@crestonnews.com

** The Fairfield (IA) Ledger seeks a news editor who can lead a four-person staff, can build community relationships, can shoot photos, can cover beats, can lay out the front page and can work with a hands-on publisher. Clips and resume to Jeff Wilson, publisher, via e-mail at pub@ffledger.com

** Openings at the Iowa City (IA) Press-Citizen:
GA reporter with 2-5 years experience who can spot stories that have a meaningful impact on readers lives, regardless of whether the story emerges from a city budget, a police blotter, a neighborhood, or the daily drama of human events; must dig up newsy stories of all types, from smart daily turns to eye-opening watchdog efforts.

Part-time news assistant who can enter data and answer phone calls. Send 10 clips/online links (for the reporting job), resume and letter stating salary requirements to Dotti Klootwyk at dklootwyk@gannett.com

— The weekly Northwest Iowa Review (Sheldon, IA) seeks a reporter/feature writer who can report on a range of topics that will range from hard news to sports; you won’t have to worry about photography or page design; must love small-town Midwestern living. Apply to Jeff Grant, editor, at editor@iowainformation.com.

— The Sioux City (IA) Journal seeks a city editor who is a newsroom leader, has the ability to run an efficient and effective team, has a track record of sound news decisions, has a reputation as a ruthless editor of copy, can manage an experienced group of reporters and news clerks, can help execute a series of online initiatives,, can work collaboratively with other managers, can cover portions of three states with a small but feisty staff and a capital bureau in Des Moines and can continue to grow as a journalist and leader. Work samples and resume to Mitch Pugh, editor, 515 Pavonia St., Sioux City, IA 51102 or e-mail mitchpugh@siouxcityjournal.com

** West Branch Communications Corp. (West Liberty, IA) seeks a hard-working weekly newspaper editor who prefers shoe leather reporting over sitting in an office, understands that community journalism is about building relationships with sources and readers, can pen a snappy lead, can write a strong headline and shoot a great photo, doesn’t mind being a one-person show, can work with the ad team to build business, knows the computer programs essential to newspaper layout (or can learn them quickly) and can cover a city council meeting, a business ribbon cutting, a basketball game and a car crash all in the same day. E-mail three clips, resume and references to Jake Krob, publisher, at news@mtvernonlisbonsun.com

— The Lake of the Ozarks (MO) Lake Sun seeks a copy editor/page designer who will design the front page, can copy edit the news, crop photos, build interior pages and develop the paper’s Web site; Quark background is strongly desired but not a must. Resume to Joyce Miller, 918 N. Business Route 5, Camdenton, MO 65020 or e-mail joyce.miller@lakesunonline.com. No calls.

— The Rolla (MO) Daily News and Waynesville (MO) Daily Guide seek an energetic and hands-on editor who has a track record of being personally productive in writing/photography/layout, can lead and motivate a staff and excels at breaking news, meeting and feature coverage; management experience is helpful. Send your three best clips (breaking news, meeting coverage and features) and three pagination samples that show your creativity to Floyd Jernigan, publisher, at fjernigan@therolladailynews.com

— The Springfield (MO) News-Leader seeks an experienced reporter with at least three years experience who has a passion for political reporting and coverage of public policy to cover Missouri state government for both print and digital use; must know how to use social media effectively, enterprise stories regularly, write watchdog stories and work as a GA reporter in Springfield when the legislature is not in session; apply online at www.gannett.com

** Openings at the Georgetown (KY)
News-Graphic: Enterprising reporters who recognize news, are willing to pursue stories, are fresh and innovative, can cover local government/schools/police beats/feature stories and have a thorough knowledge of AP style; the paper encourages recent grads. Clips, resume, references, and letter stating salary history and requirements to Mike Scogin, publisher, at mscogin@news-graphic.com or Peter Mathews, editor, at pmathews@news-graphic.com or fax (502) 863-9234.

— The Glasgow (KY) Daily Times seeks a coordinator for local content, both print and online, who also can design the paper’s weekly Sunday section dedicated to reader-submitted and locally-produced features; must be the ace of the section, be willing to be the main contact with the community for reader-submitted content, be able to extensively edit press releases, crop and tone reader-submitted photos, field reader questions and concerns, write a community-focused feature ach week, gather public records such as property transfers/marriage licenses/livestock reports and oversee the features and obituary pages; must be organized and outgoing, be able to edit news releases according to AP style quickly, have experience in pagination with working knowledge of Quark and Photoshop, have a record of working under pressure and of meeting all deadlines. Send design/editing examples and resume to James Brown at jbrown@glasgowdailytimes.com

— The Kentucky New Era (Hopkinsville, KY) seeks an editor who can lead news and content operations, can oversee similar efforts for its affiliate community editors, believes that what’s published on other-than-print platforms can define the paper more than the times each week it is published and can move the paper through a series of important transformations, including moving the primary print edition publication cycle from afternoons to mornings; must see potential in change, believe in the power of community journalism and lead by example. E-mail work samples and resume to editorsearch@yahoo.com

— Openings at the Owensboro (KY) Messenger-Inquirer: Sports editor who is an enthusiast and a talented journalist who can cover nine local high schools, Kentucky Wesleyan College and Brescia University, the Kentucky Derby and the NASCAR Sprint Cup series and can direct all local coverage as well as select content from the national wire; some layout is required, so knowledge of InDesign is a huge plus; clips and resume to Matt Francis, ME, at mfrancis@messenger-inquirer.com.

Page coordinator/copy editor for its Owensboro pagination hub who can choose wire copy and photos, combine them with locally-generated material in drafting page designs that are executed by paginators; must have solid news judgment, know what’s gong on in the world, be able to work fast can work on a growing number of daily and weekly newspapers; resume to Matt Francis, executive editor, at mfrancis@messenger-inquirer.co

Special publications designer/paginator who will use InDesign on iMacs to produce special sections, magazines and books for multiple newspapers produced in an expanding regional production hub; must have superior computer skills, the ability to produce reader-friendly designs and attention-grabbing section covers on deadline; the paper will consider skilled graphic designers as well as those who have experience in newspaper design; Photoshop background is preferred. Work samples and resume to Jacqueline Jordan, special publications editor, Box 1480, Owensboro, KY 42303 or e-mail jjordan@messenger-inquirer.com

— Openings at Landmark Community Newspapers (Shelbyville, KY): Editor who has community newspaper experience and can work temporary assignments that range from several weeks to several months, with travel arrangements from the person’s current location; most of the needs will be at weekly newspapers and could be in any of the 13 states in which Landmark owns newspapers.

General manager/editors with at least 10 years of newspaper experience, including five years in management roles, who can work on a temporary basis throughout the company, have a solid understanding of business practices, can oversee advertising and circulation as well as news and production and can work assignments that range from several weeks to several months in any of 13 states; apply to Dan Sykes, Exec. VP.

Reporter/editor-at-large who can cover jobs at any LCNI newspaper in cases of emergency or other staffing shortages; knowledge of sports is a plus; apply to Benjamin Hamm, editorial dir.

Reporters and copy editors willing to relocate and move up in a group of 56 paid dailies and weeklies in 13 states; apply to Benjamin Hamm, Box 549, Shelbyville, KY 40066, call (502) 513-1157, fax (502) 633-4447 or e-mail bhamm@lcni.com

** Openings at the Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune: Assistant business editor with 5-10 years experience who can lead a savvy team of reporters to greater height, has leadership skills, has a desire to produce sophisticated journalism online and in print and can help manage the business desk’s daily operations as well as do long-term planning; top minimum salary is $74,700/year.

Politics and government reporter with at least five years experience who is hard-charging, can stay atop all of the political and policy news at the Minnesota capital and beyond, is writing ahead-of-the-curve enterprise stories regularly, can blitz topics in print and on digital platforms, is competitive, is fast-paced, is a team player and is strong, fast and fair-minded; minimum pay $67,800.

Assistant features reporter who is energetic and highly skills, is creative, has proven leadership skills, has a sophisticated approach to writing and editing, can generate good story ideas, can drive stellar feature coverage on all platforms, can initiate and guide timely local coverage for the daily features section, can do front-page enterprise and special projects, can help to manage the department’s daily operations and assist with long-term planning; must have deep knowledge of lifestyles content, understand the ix and pacing required in features sections and have a demonstrated ability to elevate both long- and short-form journalism; experience leading a section id desirable; questions can be taken by Duchesne Drew, ME/operations, at (612) 673-7111 or ddrew@startribune.com, but apply online at www.startribunecompany.com/jobs.

Sophisticated editor with at least 10 years experience, including five years as a manager, who can oversee the launch of a Tablet newspaper, can make decisions about what content to create and display and work with specialists across departments on decisions regarding local news, business, sports, features and other material.

Vikings beat reporter who can cover the team for print and other platforms, from training camp through the post season, breaking stories on a regular basis and writing well on deadline; must provide daily breaking news, business features, profiles, notes, analysis, off-field news, blogs and video, working nights and weekends as needed. Apply online at www.startribunecompany.com/jobs

— The St. Paul (MN) Pioneer Press seeks an aggressive and hard-hitting schools reporter to cover the schools in the crucial Dakota county area; must come adept at education issues that will include test scores/curriculum/budgeting/community relationships; must realize that people are hungry to learn what works in schools, despite budget deficits, demographic changes, enrollment stabilization and in some cases enrollment declines; must be ready to cover stories that cross beats and work with others on the Metro team who cover education; reporting experience, particularly with regard to education, is a plus. Five strong clips and resume to Phil Pina, 345 Cedar St., St. Paul, MN 55011 or e-mail ppina@pioneerpress.com

— The Bemidji (MN) Pioneer seeks an opinion page editor who can work at 2-11 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday shift who can participate in editorial board meetings, research and write editorials, select commentaries, edit letters to the editor, design pages, as well as edit copy, design news/sports/feature pages and do spot news and feature reporting as assigned by the editor. Resume to Dennis Doeden, publisher, Box 455, Bemidji, MN 56619-0455 or e-mail ddoeden@bemidjipioneer.com

** The Fergus Falls (MN) Daily Journal seeks a sports reporter who can cover HS, community college and community sporting events, as well as write features and sports columns; photo, layout and supervisory skills area plus, although the paper will consider talented recent grads. E-mail clips/online links and resume to Joel Myhre at joel.myhre@fergusfallsjournal.com

— The New Ulm (MN) Journal seeks a sports reporter who can cover area high school athletics, goes beyond game coverage, will be out in front of news stories and can share editing and layout duties with the sports editor; job hours are afternoons, evenings and weekends; experience with Quark and Photoshop is a definite plus. Clips, resume and references to Kevin Sweeney, ME, Box 487, New Ulm, MN 56073 or e-mail editor@nujournal.com.

— The Worthington (MN) Daily Globe seeks an energetic sports editor who has strong writing/pagination/leadership abilities, is proficient in Quark, can shoot and edit photos and can handle a coverage area that includes 20 high schools and one college. Send at least three clips demonstrating your abilities, with resume, to Ryan McGaughey, ME, 300 Eleventh St., Worthington, MN 56187 or e-mail rmcgaughey@dglobe.com.

— The Livingston County Daily Press & Argus (Howell, MI) seeks a reporter who contributes hard news and feature stories, can post to the Web site, take appropriate acting on breaking news early mornings, monitor other Gannett news sources and identify items appropriate for posting online, monitor story chat and act as liaison to Detroit on Web site software issues; must have good writing skills, a command of AP style/grammar/spelling/syntax, be motivated, a general knowledge of the community and background with NewsEdit/Word/Excel. Apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/gannett/job/reporter-daily-newspaper-online-web/J8A08H68XXDCST059YF/

** Leader Publications (Niles, MI) seeks an experienced and forward-thinking assistant editor who has a passion for community journalism, is versatile in the newsroom, is energetic and is interested in advancing its print and Web products (five newspapers and a magazine) to the next level. Published clips and resume ASAP via e-mail to Katie Rohman, ME, at katie.rohman@leaderpub.com

— The Owosso (MI) Argue-Press seeks a writer to fill out a three-person sports staff; must cover games, be prepared to write strong features, lay out pages, shoot photos as needed, update the Web site as well as Facebook and Twitter, can keep tabs on 10 local high schools and keep track of former area athletes in the collegiate and pro ranks, as well as occasional reporting on a thriving recreational sports community. E-mail clips and resume to Dan Basso, ME, at drbasso@argus-press.com.

— Openings at the Port Huron (MI) Times Herald:

City editor with at least two years newspaper management experience who can lead local newsgathering efforts, can oversee a four-person reporting staff, can do planning, can lead the paper’s watchdog and investigative strategies, can do some reporting as needed, can demonstrate proficiency in digital and social media platform delivery and has good editing and coaching skills.

News editor with at least tow years news desk management experience who can oversee and direct a six-person regional copy desk that puts out two daily morning newspapers, niche publications and services digital platforms; must have strong headline-writing, copy editing and page layout skills and be proficient in InDesign.

Copy editor/page designer to edit content and design pages for a broad range of daily and non-daily print publications, as well as formatting and publishing of editorial content to associated Web sites; must help to manage the editorial work flow, assure that copy is formatted properly, write headlines and captions that are accurate/active/informative/fair and edit materials for consistency and correctness in style, grammar, spelling, logic and content; familiarity with Quark, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Macs, PCs, Windows XP and MS Outlook a must; must be able to use desktop computers for extended periods, while background in publishing and print production is a plus; hours are evenings, weekends and some holidays. Work samples and resume to Judith McLean, ME, 911 Military St., Port Huron, MI 48060 or e-mail jamclean@gannett.com.

— The Ogemaw County Herald (West Branch, MI) and sister weeklies, the Arenac County Independent and the Oscoda County Herald, seek a feature reporter who can find and write features for the three publications and their many special sections throughout the year; background in feature writing and AP style is preferred, along with design work. E-mail work samples and resume to Hrochadl@gmail.com, with the subject line of “feature writer.” (9/11)

— The Cleveland (OH) Plain Dealer seeks a theater critic with 8-10 years of newspaper experience who will cover an area that is rich in theater offerings, from PlayhouseSquare in downtown Cleveland to cutting edge professional companies and a robust community theater scene; must be able to write about theater both as a critic and as a reporter so hard news background is a plus, as this beat generates a lot of news and the industry generates millions of dollars in annual economic activity in the region; enthusiasm for online journalism is essential, from blogging to social media. Send 5-10 clips showing your range to Debbie Van Tassel, AME/features, 1801 Superior Av., Cleveland, OH 44114 or e-mail dvantassel@plaind.com. (9/26)

— Openings at the Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer:
Statehouse reporter with at least five years experience and familiarity with the Greater Cincinnati area; must juggle instant updates on breaking news, dailies and hard-hitting enterprise work worthy of the front page, bring the area’s 20-person delegation to life, explain the personalities and motivations behind legislation or bureaucratic actions, help readers engage with state government, help readers understand what law changes/administration actions/state Supreme Court rulings mean to local readers and communities, reflect the region’s interests to leaders in Columbus, do data analysis and studies, find news and humanize it, file FOIA requests to pry internal debates and hidden decisions and databases out of state government and display fluency with a variety of platforms, including blogging, Twitter, social media and Excel; must shoot video with a Flip camera. Apply online at www.gannett.com

— Openings at the Columbus (OH) Dispatch:
Sports reporter with at least three years experience who has well-developed journalistic skills, can spell and punctuate correctly, has the ability to make and maintain contacts, works well under pressure, meets daily deadlines and can deal effectively with the public in complex situations.

Paginator who will focus on sports agate, as well as summaries that appear each day in the print sports section and on the paper’s Web site; must coordinate staff of part-time seasonal employees who take and input results and produce various agate reports; some reporting experience is preferred because there may be some reporting opportunities. . Apply online at www.dispatch.com/careers

— The Media Network of Central Ohio (Newark, OH) seeks a photographer who has an outstanding eye for news, sports and community photos and can provide photography for Gannett-owned newspapers in Newark, Mansfield, Lancaster, Chillicothe, Zanesville, Coshocton, Marion, Bucyrus, Fremont and Port Clinton. Portfolio and resume to Michael Shearer, executive editor, 22 N. First St., Newark, OH 43055 or e-mail mshearer@newarkadvocate.com with the candidate’s name in the subject field; application materials will be forwarded to the appropriate editors.

— The Knoxville (TN) News Sentinel seeks a multi-skilled and aggressive journalist (Job #3901) with 3-5 years experience who has the flexibility to handle breaking news during night cop shifts as well as at least a couple of days each week of GA work; must interview on the fly, shoot photos and video, file from the feel with iPads, tweet, blog and write for print and the Web. Send bright and snappy clips and tough enterprise pieces as samples, with resume (no e-mailed links of clips) to John North, metro editor, 2332 News Sentinel Dr., Knoxville, TN 37921. (9/11)

— The Jackson (TN) Sun seeks a sports writer who can hit high school sports hard, bring in-depth coverage to a group of five four-year colleges in western TN, have the ability to bring enterprise work to the table along with daily beat coverage and can demonstrate experience writing news for the Web and effective use of social media for audience development. Send six clips that show the breadth of your reporting and writing abilities, a resume, references and a letter explaining what you can bring to a newspaper that has won the General excellence Award from the TN Press Association for the past two years, to Steve Coffman, executive editor, 245 W. Lafayette St., Jackson, TN 38301 or e-mail scoffman@jacksonsun.com. No calls.

** The Robertson County Times (Springfield, TN) seeks an energetic and community-minded reporter with at least one year experience who can gather and report local news and information, communicates well, can develop stories on the city government/crime/courtroom/schools/features beats for both print and online use, including photos and graphics assignments; must cover breaking new and events on nights and weekends under deadline pressure, and be curious, thoughtful and motivated. Apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/gannett/job/reporter-robertson-county/J8C03C5YWD3CBKDQCCG/

— Openings at the Chanute (KS) Tribune: Reporter/assistant managing editor. Sports editor who can take control of the department and cover school-related items and community sports activity. Resume to Stu Butcher, editor, at stu@chanute.com

** The Dodge City (KS) Daily Globe seeks a committed and highly energized sports writer with at least one year experience (collegiate background counts) who can report on HS/community/area team sports, can adhere to deadlines and has experience with InDesign; knowledge of dir-track racing and rodeo events is a plus, along with the ability to shoot still photos and video and a mastery of social media; ability to speak Spanish and English fluently desirable. Send five writing samples, with resume, to Emily Shultz, GM, at emily.shultz@dodgeglobe.com

** Openings at the Garden City (KS) Telegram:
Education beat reporter who can cover the local school district and community college, has strong reporting skills, can dig deep and go beyond superficial coverage, deliver the news from multimedia platforms and knows AP style; while experience is preferred, the paper will consider candidates who have good collegiate clips.

Copy editor/page designer who has a sharp editing eye, has a flair for design, has an eagerness to embrace multimedia, is adept at finding errors and holes in stories, can design pages that are engaging and attractive, knows how to do it all on tight deadlines, can work with copy and pages in both sports and news, knows AP style, has InDesign experience and has multimedia skills. Work samples and resume to Brett Riggs, ME, 310 N. Seventh St., Garden City, KS 67846 or e-mail riggs@gctelegram.com

— The Junction City (KS) Daily Union seeks a copy editor/page designer who can turn reporters’ stories into award-winning articles, bring new visual and content excitement to news and feature pages, and know InDesign or Quark software; photo background is helpful, along with some daily or weekly reporting experience. Work samples and resume via e-mail to m.editor@thedailynion.net; in-person interviews can be arranged by Kansas residents by calling (785) 762-5000 x-121. (9/19)

** Openings at the Lawrence (KS) Journal World:
Evening shift (3p-1a) reporter who will respond to breaking news, will write stories, will shoot photos and video, will post news to the Web sit, can do some Web production work and can work occasional day shifts and weekends; must be able to complete online editing and populate online forms for publication on the Web, have shooting and video editing background and have proficiency in MS office; apply online with a link to your portfolio and resume, at hrapplications@ljworld.com

Part-time sports reporter who can report on a variety of sporting events and activities in NE Kansas, can identify and write stories, can edit copy, can shoot and edit video for multimedia use, can spotlight local high schools and other sports, can rely on experience and judgment, can develop weekly story budgets, can interact professionally/cooperatively/creatively with others and can communicate with the rest of the sports team on stories/photos/graphics/deadlines; apply online at http://www.jobpath.com/Jobs/World-Company/Sports_Sp_Reporter_Sp_(Part-Time)/J8B0ZL681BZC7X3WW09

Part-time copy editor with at least three years experience who has a knack for high-quality and accurate content and can edit stories for accuracy/clarity/completeness/objectivity/grammar/seling/organization/readability/style, coordinate with editors and designers, offer critiques on copy and design to assure consistency in style/tone/quality, perform detail-oriented work within deadlines, work effectively as a team member and work independently as needed; apply online at http://www.jobpath.com/Jobs/World-Company/Copy_Sp_Editor—Part-Time/J8E0GW6C9HT52G7KDN9

Sports copy editor with the same abilities; apply online at http://www.jobpath.com/Jobs/World-Company/Print_Sp__Amp__Sp_Digital_Sp_Sports_Sp_Copy_Sp_Editor/J8D38K6JTPT9N4PQQR0

— The weekly Marion (KS) Record seeks a dynamic, results-oriented, extremely hands-on editor who is passionately committed to excellence in community journalism, has the ability to aggressively develop circulation and ad revenue both in print and from subscription Web sites, nurture a staff of nine full- and part-time journalists, serve as a key figure in community development, has ideas, can do planning, can roll up your sleeves to do whatever it takes and can do the exciting and the mundane with equal relish. Pay in the low $30K range. Work samples and resume to Eric Meyer, at eric@ekmeyer.net

** The weekly Wauneta (NE) Breeze seeks a managing editor who is excited about working in community journalism, oversee news and sports coverage, demonstrate background in photography, InDesign and Photoshop, along with good time management and writing skills and can continue a prize-winning tradition. Resume to Russ Pankonin, Johnson Publications, Box 727, Imperial, NE 69033or call (308) 882-4453.

— The Harrison (AR) Daily Times seeks a reporter who can cover general assignments, hard news and features; photo skills are a plus, but the reporter must thrive under pressure, meet daily deadlines and be willing to work flexible hours. Resume to the Harrison Daily Times, Box 40, 111 W. Rush St., Harrison, AR 72602, fax (870) 741-7209 or e-mail caroll@harrisondaily.com

— The Pine Bluff (AR) Commercial seeks a sports reporter who can cover area high schools teams with some opportunities to write about collegiate athletics and regular pagination (InDesign) duties; during the summer the paper is strong on senior Babe Ruth and American Legion baseball coverage; send two game stories, two feature stories and at least three pages of layout samples to I.C. Murrell, Box 6469, Pine Bluff, AR 71601 or e-mail icmurrell@gmail.com

— The Searcy (AR) Daily Citizen seeks a talented and hard-working sports editor for a two-person department; must be a self-starter, have a strong work ethic, be able to write captivating sports content while covering nine local high schools and a Division II university, utilize strong photo and design skills, have a passion for sports, have a positive attitude, pay attention to detail and be willing to be coached; InDesign and Photoshop skills are musts, while online and social networking skills are pluses. Resume and a letter of introduction to Jacob Brewer, editor, at jbrower@thedailycitizen.com or jwbrower@yahoo.com

** Openings at the Northwest Arkansas Newspapers (Springdale, AR):
Education beat reporter who can cover public and private schools in Rogers, including all government boards and committees, work on developing stories and breaking news, knows AP style and can work occasional nights and weekends; interest in the use of asocial media is a plus, and while the paper prefers experience it will consider recent grads with strong clips; applicants should indicate “Education Reporter” on the mailing label or the subject line.

Feature reporter who will be Springdale-based as part of a team of six writers and editors, who will report and write articles for all four of its features sections (What’s UP!, Our Town, Life and Religion) including cover stories for each section on a rotating basis, also assisting with coverage of non-profit events, providing txt and photos and helping with proofreading; must have the confidence and desire to generate story ideas, an interest in the community, a desire to communicate with readers and solicit reader input, generate and communicate design ideas and visual concepts for stories, and excel at alternative story forms; schedule will generally be weekdays, but some night and weekend work will be required; competency in InDesign or similar design program is preferred; the paper will consider recent grads with solid clips and internship background; apply to the Feature Writer Position or e-mail jobs@nwaonline.com.

Photographer who is self-motivated, has a strong work ethic, is willing to take feedback, can develop in a dynamic environment, can document the most important news of the day, can illustrate the stories of the community, can work with both 35mm and digital cameras, can write captions using AP style, has experience with computers, can learn new programs, can shoot all types of photos and can travel as needed; experience with Macs and programs for photography and multimedia production is a plus; apply by snail mail to Photographer Position or e-mail jobs@!nwaonline.com with a subject line of Photographer.

City of Bentonville reporter who understands that government coverage is about the issues and not the meetings, about the taxpayers and not the politicians, is allergic to jargon, embraces alternative story forms, produces multimedia content, understands how government works, has a clear and inviting writing style, is well-organized and has a desire to write enterprise stories; must be able to work nights and occasional weekends; clips and resume to the HR Dept. c/o “Bentonville Reporter,” 2560 N. Lowell Rd., Box 7, Springdale, AR 72765 or e-mail jobs@nwaonline.com

— The alt-weekly/entertainment paper TFW (Fayetteville, AR) seeks a managing editor who can cover the stories ignored or avoided by mainstream news sources; must research/report/produce in depth stories with lively writing, shoot photos, plan and execute special projects for print and Web, manage and coordinate copy and art from freelancers and columnists, keep tabs on the local music and entertainment scene and has a good knowledge of technology and social media; professional or collegiate newspaper experience preferred. Work samples and resume to the TFW managing editor position, 2560 N. Lowell Rd., Box 7, Springdale, AR 72765 or e-mail jobs@nwaonline.com

** The weekly Smoky Mountain Times (Bryson City, NC) seeks a GA reporter who can actively report on local events, has a talent for turning around breaking news on a tight deadline, has a strong knowledge of AP style, can handle a camera and has a writing style so clean and clear that it can make sense out of even the most confusing budget story; must understand community journalism and thrive in a team-based environment. Clips and resume to Rachel Hoskins, regional publisher, Box 350, Franklin, NC 28744 or e-mail rhoskins@thefranklinpress.com. No calls.

— The Gaston (NC) Gazette seeks a talented copy editor/page designer (Job #1102370010) who can transform stories, photos and breakout information into eye-catching packages that will both entertain and inform the reader. There is a lot of opportunity to be creative, sophisticated and innovative in design and candidates must be enthusiastic, enterprising and able to multi-task; must be proficient in InDesign and Photoshop while Illustrator background is a plus. Send five work samples or online links, with resume, to Marlene Smith, HR Dir., at msmith@gastongazette.com.

— The Goldsboro (NC) News-Argus seeks an enterprising, energetic and ambitious photographer who is self-directed, is a motivated newshound, and is interested not just in clicking a shutter but in producing quality and eye-catching art as well; the paper will consider promising rookies with internship background. Resume and portfolio/links to Michael Betts, chief photographer, Box 10629, Goldsboro, NC 27532 or e-mail mbetts@newsargus.com.

— Openings at the Hickory (NC) Daily Record: Copy editor (Job #HIC-000229) with at least one year experience who will edit news, feature and sports copy, paginate news, sports and feature pages for several daily and weekly newspapers, proofread, utilize good news judgment and display proficiency in Quark, Photoshop, AP style, spelling and punctuation. Sports copy editor/page designer with the same abilities. Apply online at www.mediageneral.com

— Freedom ENC Publications (Jacksonville, NC) seeks copy editor/page designers (Job #1102090003 and 1002130008) for a Jacksonville-based regional desk that handles copy and builds pages for three daily newspapers, in Jacksonville, New Bern and Kinston; must write good headlines, edit copy well, know AP style/grammar/punctuation and have background using Photoshop, InDesign and Quark. Apply to Richard Clark, desk editor, at rclark@freedomenc.com.

** Openings at the Robesonian (Lumberton, NC):
Experienced copy editors/page designers for the Robesonian and papers in Mount Airy (NC) and LaGrange (GA) who can produce pages for the Heartland Publications newspapers from a central news desk that also serves other special publications and niche products; must edit, design, write captions and headlines, and have background in InDesign or Quark. Work samples and resume to the Robesonian HR Dept., Box 1028, Lumberton, NC 28359 or e-mail jcraig@robesonian.com. No calls.

— The weekly Marshall (NC) News Record & Sentinel seeks a senior reporter who will organize/plan/report insightful and high-impact articles, sort out data quickly and concisely, cultivate and maintain high-level relationships with sources/residents/community leaders, mentor and coach less experienced staff reporters, exhibit strong copy editing skills, do fact-checking, apply AP style and good grammar/syntax/punctuation and have strong Outlook and Word skills; must have a strong interest in news, journalism and the communities of Madison County. Pay $29K-32K/year. Apply online at http://www.jobpath.com/Jobs/Gannett/Senior-Reporter-News-Record-Sentinel/J8F1S85XX4SS6YVCMKL. No calls.

— The New Bern (NC) Sun Journal seeks a news editor who will work a 1-10 p.m. shift Tuesday-Saturday, concentrating on the print product, writing headlines, editing stories, working with reporters and photographer, coordinating production with a remote universal desk and managing three or more weekly sections. Work samples and resume to Randy Foster, ME, at rfoster@freedomenc.com.

— The Waynesville (NC) Mountaineer seeks an energetic and self-starting reporter who is deadline oriented and has a nose for news; experience is a plus. Clips, resume and references via e-mail to news@themountaineer.com.

— The Charleston (SC) Post and Courier seeks an experienced and enterprising sports reporter who can cover all aspects of University of South Carolina athletics from Columbia, both major and minor sports; must have a track record of writing solid game stories on deadline, engaging features and in-depth enterprise work. In addition to print, it is critical that this person is comfortable working on multiple digital platforms that will include Twitter and Facebook, blogging and posting for dissemination on mobile and Web platforms; experience shooting and editing video is a plus. Apply to Malcolm Dewitt at mdewitt@postandcourier.com.

— The Aiken (SC) Standard seeks a copy editor/page designer who is skilled in InDesign and/or Quark, has a sharp eye, believes in crisp and clean design, has an affinity for eagle-eyed copyediting, can do layout on both live news and feature pages as well as special sections, can work with digital components that tie to print products and believes that if a story is important to readers, it’s important to us, with a local focus. Send 2-5 design examples and resume to mgibbons@aikenstandard.com.

— The Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal seeks a GA/lifestyles reporter (Job #4669) who can provide strong daily coverage off beats with opportunities for projects, enterprise and multimedia work; must write stories and briefs on topics covering health, food, entertainment, gardening, religion, arts and ravel; online and multimedia experience a plus. Apply online at www.GoUpstate.com


— StreetWise (Chicago, IL) seeks volunteer (as in unpaid) freelance writers and photographers who can contribute items to the weekly paper on a regular basis on such topics as public education, real estate, sports, business, politics and entertainment in beat fashion, attending live events. Send 2-4 work samples and resume to Suzanne Hanney, editor, 1201 W. Lake St., Chicago, IL 60607, fax (312) 554-0770 or e-mail suzannestreetwise@yahoo.com. EOE (Indef.)

— Openings at Crain’s Chicago Business: Assistant managing editor (see Crain’s online listings). Business of Life section editor who can focus on outside-the-office interests and activities of Chicago business leaders, workplace trends at local companies, can spot and execute stories that make the section unique, delve below the surface of business and social trends to identify and examine the motivations and objectives driving the people involved in the stories and can ask hard and sensitive questions; must have experience developing multiple components for every story, from print to video to social media.

Experienced business reporter (Jobs #2011108) who can cover the healthcare beat, reporting on hospitals, health insurers, medical practices, pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers, and has a track record of breaking news, finding stories buried incorporate financial filings, crafting compelling personality-driven features, has a strong eye for detail, knows grammar and has a collaborative attitude; experience with Quark a plus. Apply online at www.crain.com. No calls.

— Modern Healthcare (Chicago) seeks a chief editorial operations (Job #1011174) with at least 15 years of progressive journalism experience who will set high standards for existing print and digital products, drive new content initiatives (digital offerings, events and data/research tools, can interface with the healthcare community/media/political establishment, guide the editorial direction of the weekly magazine and digital products, coordinate and assure that print/digital/research/events staffs work in concert, manage the talent needs within the editorial group, develop and attract talent, examine the newsroom skills sets needed to adjust the cross-platform nature of content offerings, develop a long-term brand strategy with the executive team and manage budget and financial decisions for the editorial department; a deep understanding of the healthcare industry is a must. Apply online at www.crain.com. No calls. EOE

— Openings at Business Insurance magazine (Chicago): Assistant managing editor with at least 10 years experience who will help the weekly magazine complete its transition to a multiplatform publication, oversee production of the magazine, coordinate news coverage with other senior staff, work to develop features for the magazine and online use, work with Web site channel editors to coordinate coverage and assure consistent quality of coverage, collaborate with the editor and managing editor to develop content across all platforms and demonstrate experience with delivering content across multiple platforms.

Reporter with 3-5 years experience who can work a beat, can break news, knows the financial industry, can develop sources, can quickly grasp sometimes complex issues, can write about them with clarity and style and can write for print, online and other platforms; background covering the workers compensation market is a plus. Apply online at www.crain.com. No calls.

** The ADA News (Chicago) seeks a senior editor (Job #PR6304) with three years experience who will work with leadership/volunteers/members and others to research/interview/write/edit/produce news and feature stories for the ADA News and its Web site covering all issues tied to the profession, helping the association deliver news of its policies and services through contact with ADA leadership and key volunteers and staff; must provide support to other ADA publications, provide photo support, serve as a resource to members on stories and write the ADA News calendar section; background in healthcare issues, page layout and design, photo editing, page composition and creative use of type, color and photos is desirable, along with association experience. Apply to the ADA HR Dept., 211 E. Chicago Av., Chicago, IL 60611 or apply online at www.ada.org/careers.aspx.

— Parts & People magazine seeks a contract writer for its Springfield, IL-based River Valley edition, requiring some travel within the state and to St. Louis; must write between two and four feature articles a month of 750 to 850 words on mechanical- and collision-driven automotive businesses accompanied by two or three photos; interviews are arranged by Parts &

People editors, although recommendations are welcome once appropriate; the publication pays within 90 days by the column inch, including photos but excluding headlines; will pay for travel expenses on occasional trips to Chicago and beyond. Send 3-5 writing samples and resume to Rob Merwin at rob.merwin@partsandpeople.com. EOE (9/26)

** Buildings magazine (Cedar Rapids, IA) seeks an associate editor with 2-3 years writing and editing experience who can research, write, copy-edit print and online content, demonstrate good verbal and written skills, multi-task well, be well-organized and manage time well; familiarity with AP style and non-residential buildings a plus, while some overnight business travel will be necessary. Clips and resume to the Stamats Business Media HR Dept., 615 Fifth St. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 or e-mail hr@stamats.com. No calls.

** Feast magazine (St. Louis, MO) seeks experienced freelance food writers from St. Louis and other metropolitan areas for print and online opportunities; must have a strong knowledge of the food scene, have a passion for cooking and restaurants, have a thorough knowledge of AP style, can accurately follow in-house style guides, can provide long-form and short-form food writing and profile writing, can assertively pursue assignment contacts and consistently meet deadlines, can identify interesting trends in the St. Louis food scene, can produce stories that are clear and concise, can turn stories in a timely fashion, can write short but comprehensively and can independently research, report and break news stories. Send 3-5 clips, resume and three references via e-mail to editor@feaststl.com. No calls.

— Openings at Fender Bender magazine (St. Paul, MN): Associate editor with three years experience who can tell inspirational and informative stories about the successes, struggles and strategic growth of owners and managers of collision repair shops; must know AP style, be a good copy editor, be able to work independently or as part of a team, has experience with multimedia and social media, can proofread stories, can assist with editorial planning and production, can develop and maintain contacts in the industry and can conceptualize, report and write daily stories for the magazine’s Web site and monthly features for the magazine.

Reporter with at least two years experience who can stay on top of issues and trends in the industry, can conceptualize/report/write daily stories for the Web site and monthly features for the magazine utilizing AP style and meeting firm deadlines, build a source list of industry contacts to be mined for story ideas and expert commentary and have a strong interest in and ability with multimedia and social media, including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn; must be able to self-direct and work independently. Send your three most impressive clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements via e-mail to Jake Weyer, editor, at jweyer@fenderbender.com.

— Ad Age (Detroit, MI) seeks a marketing reporter (Jobs #1112 and #1116) who is fast and accurate, has solid news judgment, must understand business journalism and source development, has a tack record of breaking news and thoughtful analysis; experience covering the consumer electronics and automotive industries a plus. Apply online at www.crain.com.

— Anthem Publishing, Inc. (Overland Park, KS – metro Kansas City) seeks an associate editor with at least two years experience who will oversee the overall direction/quality/integrity of editorial projects at KC Magazine, KC Business and the Commercial Journal; will work with design and production to execute the vision and production of monthly and bi-monthly products, handle editorial planning meetings including the yearly calendar and monthly blueprints, attend editorial meetings, read proof books, handle story assignments, manage freelancers, write some content, handle heavy editing on all stories submitted by freelancers and staff, edit layouts/quality control, attend Anthem events, work closely with the marketing and events staffs, oversee and direct the work of junior editorial staff and interns and edit press releases, e-newsletters, presentation notes and various documents as needed. Local candidates only! Resumes to ecalvin@anthempublishing.com.

— The North Carolina Lawyers’ Weekly (Raleigh, NC) seeks a reporter who is smart, is well-educated, is energetic, is well-organized, has a flair for writing and has a bloodhound’s nose for a story; experiencing in legal reporting is helpful and a law degree is great. Writing samples and resume to G.D. Gearino, editor, at dan.gearino@nlawyersweekly.com

** The Greater Wilmington Business Journal (Wilmington, NC) seeks a business reporter who can break news, can provide in-depth coverage of important issues to the business community, can pen profiles of area entrepreneurs and business leaders and can cover a fast-growing community; two years of experience is preferred, but the publication will consider recent grads with good clips. Send 4-6 clips, a resume and a letter telling why you are interested in the job to Steve Moore, editor, 130 N. Front St., Site 105, Wilmington, NC 28401 or e-mail smoore@wilmingtonbiz.com.

WFIU RADIO/WTIU-TV, Bloomington, IN (Indiana University) seek a Director of Digital Media. Will lead and coordinate digital media activities; plan production and distribution of content; identify and implement revenue generating opportunities; adapt new technologies; and expand the station brands into new and competitive environments. Will create appealing online content that affirms position as a leading resource in news, classical music, learning, community issues, and has potential to build audience and generate revenue, and develop innovative ways to integrate online and on-air activity, among other varied and related efforts. Will arrange and assist in training of personnel in digital media techniques and protocols; implement and maintain reporting systems that support decision-making; prepare summaries and reports for management; and monitor audience metrics and financial performance to meet expected return-on-investments targets. Will oversee and implement the day-to-day management of the various station sites (WFIU.org, WTIU.indiana.edu, indianapublicmedia.org) and micro sites and online outreach activities. Must have experience with consumer-facing interactive media, Web applications and products, advertising management platforms, and Web analytic systems. Supervisory experience required. Experience with php, WordPress, and other digital platforms, and experience with audio, visual, and video production and editing helpful. Bachelor’s degree and minimum three (3) years successful experience in digital media, such as Web site design/social media creation, online community/content development, blogging and networking required. Apply online with resume, names and contact information (including e-mail) for four professional references, and cover letter: https://jobs.iu.edu (Position #4428)

— Openings at the Chicago Tribune: Digital producer (Job #2010-15665) for its entertainment section who loves the Web and social media, sees the future as mobile, can work on a variety of sites and projects, has top-notch news judgment, has a keen sense of the wants and needs of the online audience, can create online-only content that includes photo galleries and breaking content, can train and monitor the entertainment staff on digital best practices, has an understanding of SEO, has a strong grasp of metric goals and how best to achieve them, has a knowledge of and passion for Chicago’s entertainment scene and has the ability to adapt to and implement new technology; apply online at http://corporate.tribune.com/pressroom/?page_id=2600

— Openings at Crain’s Chicago Business:
Assistant managing editor (Job #2010210) who can oversee all aspects of online newsgathering and reporting, plan online news coverage, assign and edit stories for ChicagoBusiness.com, supervise Web staff, interact with other newsroom departments and technical personnel, display strong news judgment, have a thorough understanding of business/finance/economics and have a skillful editing touch with news and feature stories; knowledge of the Chicago business community is a definite plus.

Video editor (Job #201179) for a six-month project, 35 hours a week, beginning in August, producing and publishing its daily Web cast, Chicago Business Today, uploading completed stories, archiving video, assisting in the production of other multimedia projects and pinch-hitting for other members of the production crew; advanced skills with FinalCut Pro/Motion/Compressor/SoundTrack Pro a must, as well as Photoshop and/or Illustrator. Apply online at www.crain.com. EOE

— The Law Bulletin Publishing Co. (Chicago) seeks a legal editor for its jury verdict reporter division who can manage, produce publications, work with the JVR manager and GM to jointly develop electronic delivery of JVR content; must have a JD degree, experience in the legal market (litigation preferred), experience with online editorial tools including html, XML, portal technology and CMS, MS Word, Excel, Outlook, MD Project, solid written and verbal skills; management background preferred. must know video production and editing and have solid Web design skills. Online links, resume and letter stating salary requirements to hr@lbpc.com

— WLS-AM/FM, Chicago seeks a part-time digital content and creative producer who can write, help create original content, work closely under the Digital Managing Editor, display a passion for online storytelling in a deadline-driven news environment, take responsibility for posting news and music content that reflects the ideals of both the WLS (AM) and WLS-FM Web sites, create basic sales graphics leaderboard ads, tile ads and various other online ads), create and prepare stories for the Web and build photo galleries, shoot video and update content; must have a passion for music, be familiar with online content/multimedia/technology, have solid design skills, understand page and screen layout, have experience in photo editing/color correction/image manipulation, have a hard working attitude, have the ability to work within a close-knit Web team and know CMS, Photoshop, Adobe Creative, html and CSS background and understand SEO concepts, while Flash proficiency is preferred. Apply to Stan Pillman at stan.pillman@citcomm.com.

— Openings at Fox-owned WFLD-TV, Chicago:
Senior Web producer with at least five years experience who can supervise digital content, keeping it timely and at the cutting edge; must know current events on all levels, collaborate with newscast producers and reporters to give viewers unique reasons to visit the Web site; must manage daily operations, manage growth of the site, oversee content development, provide technical support, assure that user inquiries are handled efficiently, oversee writing and distribution of news headlines, use search engine strategies, manage social media outreach and live streaming and monitor mobile apps for weather/traffic/news.

Social media and engagement specialist with at least three years online journalism experience who will coordinate social media efforts, engage audiences, interact with communities, increase brand awareness, drive traffic to the station Web site, work with the senior Web producer to develop and implement social media strategy, actively engage in online communities and blogs, manage station social media presence, assist in launching a social media-based Web cast, establish consistency of message across a variety of media platforms and utilize experience as a line producer or Webcaster. Work samples/online links and resume to the WFLD-TV HR Dept., 205 N. Michigan Av., Chicago, IL 60601, fax (312) 565-3066 or e-mail wfld-hr@foxtv.com. No calls.

— The Sports Media Network (Chicago) seeks an associate Web editor who will take responsibility with the Web site team for maintenance of the site’s home page, assess content from a variety of sources to determine how it fits into daily coverage and programming needs, will build carousel packages and headlines, will select art and will chose audio and video; must understand and appreciate how local stories play in Chicago, be an excellent headline writer, be able to present and tell stories in a tight space, show good judgment in prioritizing and selecting online content from variety of sources; must know or be able to learn html and have good com http://www.patch.com/jobs/editorial-jobs-with-patch-mid-westmunication skills overall. Apply online at www.workinsports.com/wisquickregapply.asp?referrer=793&idx=50598. EOE

— Content That Works (Chicago) seeks a Web editor with two years experience who is willing to take on a ton of responsibility; must have the vision to produce great work, the desire to run the show with a growing Internet and print publishing firm that creates and designs specialized content for use by local media; must be Web-savvy, ready to use leadership skills and creativity, have a good news sense, have a desire to produce top-quality work, has experience copy editing, understands AP style and knows InDesign, Photoshop and html, while video and multimedia experience is a plus. E-mail work samples, resume and letter stating salary requirements to jobs@contentthatworks.com. EOE (9/11)

— Openings at Patch.com/Chicago: Associate local Naperville editor. Freelancers who want to build a clip file while looking for full-time work; reporters are needed to help cover news in Downers Grove, Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Elmhurst, La Grange, Lisle, Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills, Western Springs, Burr Ridge, Batavia, Geneva and St. Charles; you don’t have to live in the community to cover it as a freelancer, and ability to shoot photos is a plus. Contact Jim Pokin, regional editor, at jim@patch.com. EOE

— Openings at Suburban Life Publications (Downers Grove, IL): Digital news reporter who can generate daily updates and stories for digital publication, provide frequent opportunities for reader involvement and interaction, use social media to engage the audience and promote the site, tell stories through the use of non-linear items such as links/videos/maps/polls, perform basic site administration and employ alternative, multimedia and non-linear storytelling effectively; apply to Jonathan Schuler, ME, at jschuler@mysuburbanlife.com.

Sports reporter who can help accelerate the chain’s digital growth; must be proficient in and thoughtful about developing and managing content across the chain’s online, mobile and print publication platforms; must understand the unique strengths and user expectations of digital publications, with a primary responsibility of producing a niche Web site focused on HS sports; must keep the site fresh, provide frequent opportunities for reader involvement and interaction, use social media to engage the audience and promote the site, tell stories through such non-linear items as links/videos/maps/polls, recruit locals to blog about prep sports and perform basic site administration; apply via e-mail with no more than five work samples, a resume and a short letter introducing yourself to David Good, AME, at dgood@mysuburbanlife.com. EOE

— Openings at Patch.com/Midwest: Local editors with two or more years of experience for Johnston, Marion and Dubuque (IA); SW Minneapolis, Shakopee and Minnetonka (MN). Freelance reporter/writers in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio who can cover local news and sports, profile restaurants and news businesses, tell what’s happening on the local entertainment scene and anything else a Patch community would want or need to know about; must be reliable, be comfortable taking photos and shooting video and be able to produce clean copy and meet deadlines; will be paid by PayPal and must sign a contract prior to the first assignment. Apply online at http://www.patch.com/jobs/editorial-jobs-with-patch-mid-west.

** Openings at Ottawa Delivered (Ottawa, IL): City reporter who can find new ways to cover local city government, issues, business and trends; must be creative, intelligent, fast, accurate, courageous and curious and have a unique way to visualize a story and play it for maximum impact utilizing still photos and video, helping with editing and production and contributing to the rest of the editorial operation (not just your own stories). News editor who will spend two days a week editing and laying out pages and three days reporting on community trends, education and other news. Candidates for both jobs must have good news judgment, write and edit well, know AP style, have photo skills and proficiency in InDesign and Photoshop; both jobs require some night and weekend work. Clips (and page layout samples for news editor job), resume and a letter telling why you are the perfect fit to sdiogo@ottawadelivered.com, specifying in the subject line the job you seek. No calls.

— WILL-TV, Urbana, IL seeks a part-time (10 hours/week) multimedia producer who will maintain, update and add community content through June 30, 2012, at $15/hour. Will work with content producers, directors and journalists to capture content and community conversations, take accurate notes on a laptop, record with mini video cameras, edit and post content, blog about the conversation, create and maintain a database of community contacts, add resources/photos/events to the site, interact with other social media sites in east-central Illinois and co-produce live on-line chats; must be proficient with Facebook and Twitter, Excel and Google Docs and have strong conversational skills. Send three references to Kimberlie Kranich at kranich@illinois.edu.

** Journal Broadcast Group (Milwaukee, WI) seeks a high-energy and dynamic vice president for interactive media who can build digital business and/or extend traditional brands online, lead the design and implementation of digital initiatives, influence across multiple disciplines (sales, marketing, news and technology) and working hands-on to execute initiatives, show broad management skills in planning/prioritizing/executing, display good written and verbal communications skills, demonstrate an understanding of business models in interactive media, function well as a strategist and operator, manage the group’s digital technology ventures, set performance goals, lead preparation of the first consolidating operating budget for the interactive media business, help establish relevant metrics and goals for the new unit, develop content-driven digital initiatives across multiple platforms while leveraging existing TV and radio assets, collaborate with group market managers in achieving local and overall objectives, create new digital infrastructure/platforms/services aligned to the strategic plan, assure that all tech investments and processes are compliant with regulations and applicable laws, and forge alliances with digital partners to advance already strong local brands. Letter outlining how you fill the qualifications, including salary requirements, to Kate Glen, Media Staffing Network, at kate@mediastaffingnetwork.com.

— WTMJ-AM/TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks a Web producer with at least one year experience who can cultivate sources, can provide editorial support, can generate story ideas, can develop new ways of providing content, has strong problem solving abilities, is good at reporting and producing news, can meet deadline, is detail oriented, understands CMS/social media/computers/newsroom software/digital audio and video editing; must operate studio equipment and write news copy for use online and over the air. E-mail resume to Jon Byman, ND, WTMJ (AM), at jbyman@journalbroadcastgroup.com; questions will be taken at (414) 967-5486.

** Fox-owned WITI-TV, Milwaukee, WI seeks a Web producer who will shepherd a wide range of content across all station digital platforms; must have crackerjack print-style writing skills, pay attention to accuracy and detail, multi-task well in a high-pressure and deadline-driven environment, be a go-getter, can take the job to a new level, has good communications skills, is comfortable with Facebook/Twitter/Skype and has a basic knowledge of html coding and Photoshop, while an understanding of FTP and SEO is a plus. Resume to the WITI-TV HR Dept., 9001 N. Green Bay Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53209 or e-mail witihr@fox6now.com. EOE

** WKOW-TV, Madison, WI seeks an Internet director who will conceptualize and create new content concepts and explore new technologies that will enhance platforms and enrich the customer experience and can lead/teach/coach others to participate in the station’s new media efforts; must work in a hands-on way with the Content Manager and the news team to deliver continuous and compelling content on every available platform and will maximize the cross-platform synergy with the television station; must work well with minimal supervision, adapt to flexible schedules, take ownership and thrive in a deadline driven breaking news environment. Solid news judgment, good writing skills and mastery of AP style are musts. Resume to Perry Boxx, ND, WKOW-TV, 5727 Tokay Blvd., Madison, WI 53719 or e-mail pboxx@wkowtv.com.

* The Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern seeks a reporter who will specialize in digital content who is a good reporter, make and maintain sources, can provide Web updates, can upload content, can create Web elements, can cover general news assignments, can achieve content posting goals and benchmarks with a strong emphasis on multimedia projects that will include live streaming and video, photo galleries and other interactive graphics; must offer readers fresh enterprise and updated information for online stories to assure the credibility and accuracy of breaking new and information; must have knowledge of CMS software and a thorough understanding of all principles of quality journalism, while a background in video and video editing software is helpful. Online links and resume to the Northwestern HR Dept., re: Reporter-ONW, Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912-0059 or e-mail careers@thenorrthwestern.com.

— WBDK/WRKU/WRLU/WSBW, Sturgeon Bay, WI seek a news/social media manager who is an experienced news writer who can combine typical radio news efforts with emerging media and who will participate in an exciting future for a small market radio operation that can adapt and change. Resume to Roger Utnehmer, WBDK/Nicolet Broadcasting, 30 N.18th Av., Suite B, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, call (920) 746-9430 or e-mail utnehmer@doorcountydailynews.com.

** The Indianapolis (IN) Star seeks an interactive graphic/Web developer who will create and develop the majority of interactive and visual components for IndyStar.com and its mobile products; must develop interactive/multimedia projects that include databases/photo/video/graphics, work closely with multimedia and digital producers to find solutions to present data and unique visual presentations online while maintaining existing ones; must be comfortable with basic graphic and design standards, be resourceful, communicate effectively and have background in PHP, Flash, CSS, html, xml, JavaScript, jQuery, Illustrator and Photoshop and be able to produce and integrate back-end database systems for managing content. Apply to Jennifer Imes, content chief for digital, at Jennifer.imes@indystar.com.

— WTIU-TV/WFIU-FM, Bloomington, IN seek a director of digital media activities (Job #4428) who will expand the public broadcasting service to emerging platforms through innovative content production, sustainable revenue-generating initiatives, strong online management, adaption to new technologies, expansion of station brands into new and competitive environments, management day-to-day of station Web sites and micro sites, arranging and overseeing training for staff and supervising an online content coordinator and site developer as well as several part-time staff. Pay $45-50K/year. Apply online at the Indiana University HR Services Web site, https://jobs.iu.edu, including a detailed resume, contact information for four professional references and a cover letter explaining how your experience relates to the position.

— WEHT-TV, Evansville, IN seeks an internet producer who can post content to the station Web site in a timely and easy-to-understand manner, is an aggressive journalist, has strong writing skills, is a highly-organized idea person, has good news judgment, practices the station’s brand, writes well under deadline pressure, displays creative use of resources and understands today’s technologies; non-linear video editing background is a plus. Resume and writing samples to Mark Glover, ND, WEHT-TV, Box 25, Evansville, IN 47701 or e-mail mglover@news25.us. EOE

— KWQC-TV, Davenport, IA seeks a Web content producer with at least three years Web content/TV/print experience who can produce the site’s news content, assures that it remains current and accurate, develops strategies to both audience levels and revenue opportunities, manage social media efforts (including Facebook and Twitter promotion), develop and manage applications, display savvy and a desire to beat the competition, is deadline-oriented, is well-organized, can multi-task well and has fast reactions to breaking news; must have a command of html, Word, AP style and a PC environment, while knowing Photoshop and multimedia software. Resume to Denise Killian, ND, KWQC-TV, 805 Brady St., Davenport, IA 52803. EOE

— Openings at KSDK-TV, St. Louis, MO: Web producer who will work closely with national and local editorial teams to manage all production and quality aspects of station Web sites, will conceptualize and produce high-profile creative material, will do print-style writing/copy editing/editorial gathering, will facilitate the editorial gathering of local Web news, will glean material from various sources, will work with editorial managers and supervisors, will manage the delivery of content on all platforms and knows AP style/traffic reporting/ad serving systems and common Web applications and architecture. Work samples/online links with resume, to the KSDK-TV HR Dept., 1000 Market St., St. Louis, MO 63101 or e-mail stlouis.metromix@ksdk.com.

— KTVI/KPLR-TV, St. Louis, MO seeks a Web content producer with at least three years experience who can write news, upload video, monitor comments, interact with viewers, work with reporters and producers, have a passion for news and the Web, can help oversee several station Web sites and can program/edit html; must have at least intermediate Photosho/Fireworks/Dreamweaver ability, have experience using a CMS and know Flash, Illustrator, WordPress, Deupal, Tumbir, Google, Posterous, Omniture, Usteeam and Google Maps. Work samples/online resume to the KTVI/KPLR-TV HR Dept., 2250 Ball Dr., St. Louis, MO 63146 or e-mail stljobs@tvstl.com.

— WAVE-TV, Louisville, KY seeks an Internet content director who will oversee all Web, social media and new media efforts surrounding the station’s newsroom; must lead a newsroom on multiplatform journalism, with an emphasis on writing and treating video//text/photos with no less importance; must be passionate and aggressive, be detail-oriented, be able to push news to multiple platforms, and work quickly and accuracy; background with Web design and maintenance helpful, along with news or Web producing. Work samples and resume to Kathy Hostetter, ND, WAVE-TV, 725 S. Floyd St., Louisville, KY 40203 or e-mail khostetter@wave3.com. No calls.

– Crain Communications (Detroit, MI) seeks a Web developer who will work with its corporate new media department and produce an array of products including an industry daily news e-mail, multiple topical e-newsletters, Web casts, podcasts, blogs, streaming video and market data; must be highly adept at multitasking and re-prioritizing projects and successfully interfacing with other departments; must maintain, troubleshoot and enhance all aspects of the Web sites, provide support and troubleshooting of html/CSS errors, show proficiency in AJAX, JSON, JQuery, YUI and other Java-based programs as well as PHP, ASP, JSP, Photoshop, Excel, Access, WAP Blackberry Apps, iPhone Apps and audio/video encoding/editing. Apply online at www.crain.com.

— AutoWeek Media Group (Detroit, MI) seeks a digital copywriter with journalism/blogging experience to create daily contributions, collaborate on story ideas, take assignments, display flexibility and speed, write and edit digital content daily, spot best practices and relevant case studies and lessons for marketers, cultivate contacts, write in an engaging and informative manner, have a thorough understanding of social media, basic html, inline linking, alt tags and all things automotive. . Apply online at www.crain.com.

— WDIV-TV, Detroit, MI seeks two Web editors for a TV Web site hub operation, who can be located either in Detroit or in Miami, FL; must gather and compile news stories, produce content for the station, has strong multi-tasking skills, works well under deadline pressure and can balance demands from up to six television stations at one time. Apply online with links to work samples, to bpohovey@wplg.com.

— Openings at CBS-owned WWJ-AM/TV, Detroit, MI: Web managing editor who can manage all feature content for the station Web site, has strong digital media acumen, has solid WordPress and CMS knowledge, has comprehensive knowledge of SEO. Is a flawless proofreader, can write news/sports/feature stories as needed and can manage blogger content, the editorial calendar and Best Of/Events/Entertainment/Health sections of the Web site. Part-time copy editor (Job #8896BR) who can do copy editing and proofreading, can edit news and feature content for the station Web site, is able to type and correct any grammatical/typographical/compositional corrections, can check search engine optimization on stories and is proficient in WordPress CMS. Apply online at http://detroit.cbslocal.com/wwj-tv-jobs or http://cwdetroit.cbslocal.com/jobs. No calls.

— WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, MI seeks a Web write/editor who is a creative thinker, can bring fresh ideas to the site, can help guide the station’s online coverage, has knowledge and creativity to help enhance the Web site, stays abreast of current affairs, has exceptional spelling and grammatical abilities, can meet deadlines, can update various pages, can write sharp and engaging headlines, can update pages and features on the site, can create new products and features, and can be involved in regular and ongoing multimedia packages, such as photo galleries, audio-video features and Web-exclusive content; background in html, Photoshop and content management systems is a must. Work samples/online links and resume to Tim Steele, WOOD-TV, 120 College Av. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 498503 or e-mail careers@woodtv.com. No calls.

— Openings at WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH: Content sports producer for its HS sports site who can edit and report stories, serve as a liaison between the station and schools, build a HS sports produce on a local level, enterprise stories and packages, grow the product locally, produce daily content for the Web site and social media platforms, has outstanding writing and news skills, has good people skills and can enterprise story ideas. Online producer for its Metromix entertainment Web site who can help it grow; will oversee day-to-day planning, scheduling and execution; must conceptualize and assign pieces, edit freelance and staff submissions, manage the freelance writer pool, do budgeting, oversee the site’s events and venues databases, spotlight key events and venues, provide leadership for the site’s associate producers, have strong language and writing skills and is familiar with or can get to know quickly the nightlife and local evens of interest to 18-to-34-year-old Cleveland-area residents; apply to Janet Nguyen, WKYC-TV HR Dept., 1333 Lakeside Av., Cleveland, OH 44114, fax (216) 344-3357 or e-mail jnguyen@wkyc.com. No calls.

— Openings at WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH: Online content producer (Job #3416) who can work with news staff to plan/structure/repot/write news and information content for Web sites and other new media platforms, can optimize the user experience, can enhance news content with outside links/maps/slideshows, can coordinate news editorial and technical staff to assure smooth migration of multimedia content, assist in online coverage of major news events/breaking news/severe weather, build out special sections and site features, shoot/write/edit content to enhance online coverage, assist in the management of user-generated content, convert new media content to broadcast style and have expertise in html, Dreamweaver, ProTools/Logic, Photoshop/Fireworks, CSS and social networking. Apply online at http://scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html.

— WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH seeks a digital media news editor (Job #200KD) who can take responsibility for production, for written and visual news content, can maintain Web sites, can continually update Facebook and Twitter, can translate broadcast copy into AP style, can communicate regularly with the assignment desk and other staff about stories, especially in breaking news situations and can plan for upcoming events; must be willing to be on-call nights, weekends and holidays as assigned. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com/careers.

— The Columbus (OH) Dispatch seeks a Web producer with at least three years experience who will combine content and technical duties and related products including the mobile edition, hone apps, news feeds, e-mail newsletters and social media sites; must generate story and photo/graphic files and modify stories, cutlines, photos and graphics as needed, work closely with the newsroom staff to generate/edit/process video and audio reports and blogs while generating interactivity with Web users by creating public comment areas, hosting online chats and developing reader-generated content; must have a broad exposure to a traditional news environment including reporting/writing/copy editing/graphics/production and be proficient in the use of the Internet; intermediate-level knowledge of Photoshop and Her Text Markup Language is required, working at a fast pace with minimal supervision and working shifts at any hour. Apply online at www.dispatch.com/careers.

– WTVF, Nashville, TN seeks a Web producer (Job #053111) who can update and edit original wire copy from a variety of sources, aggressive produce breaking new content online, write headlines, pick graphics, produce stories that fit into the station’s daily news coverage and programming needs, work closely with staff to produce stories that are compelling and complete, deliver quality work on deadline, freshen the Web site continually, select art/photos/video that enhance storytelling and display accomplished writing/editing/spelling/grammatical skills. Resume, references and letter stating salary history to Jared Turner, ME, WTVF/NewsChannel5.com, 474 James Robertson Pkwy., Nashville, TN 37219. No calls or e-mails.

— Fox-owned WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN seeks a Web producer who can manage all production and quality aspects of the station’s Web sites, conceptualize and produce high profile creative online material, perform duties of online writer/producer, write well in AP (print) style, edit copy, gather and aggregate information, work cohesively with the broadcast side of the newsroom, assure that Web sites are coded to standards consistent with Web style guides set by the national in-house team and have expert knowledge of html, JSP, Flash, Photoshop, Web standards, design and usability. Tape, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the WHBQ-TV HR Dept., 485 S. Highland Av., Memphis, TN 38111 or e-mail Roberta.hudson@foxtv.com. No calls.

— Openings at the Lawrence (KS) Journal-World: Digital editor (Job #11-040) who can facilitate the use of social media applications to support and increase user engagement; must look at stories and provide ideas for how to best approach them on digital platforms, respond to and monitor breaking news, build and manage communities on the paper’s Web sites that will include monitoring and moderating comments, monitor social media avenues to include both broadcast of major headlines and news and interaction among fans and followers, train staff on digital tools as needed, monitor and assure the quality and quantity of video content, prioritize and arrange online content to boost traffic and act as a primary contact for staff or users having trouble using or navigating Web sites; must think well on your feet, solve problems, identify and adapt to emerging digital trends, write well, edit copy well and display strong news judgment.

Part-time Web producer (Job #11-053) who can work with reporters/editors/photographers/contributors to create and update multimedia content for company Web sites and social media platforms; must know Adobe Suite, html and CMS and have strong attention to detail and organizational skills; must be able to work afternoons 12-6 and thrive under deadline pressure. Portfolio link and resume to hrapplications@ljworld.com.

** The Scottsbluff (NE) Star-Herald seeks creative and passionate digital journalists to help with its metro online news operations, can lead the paper’s “online first” effort, can work closely with editors and reporters in growing the paper’s audience through breaking news and other expanded digtal content efforts; must know html, Photoshop, Flash, FinalCut Pro and other essential digital programs; the paper prefers experience but will consider talented graduates; apply to Jeff Carney, corporate director/digitalcontent development, at jcarney@owh.com. No calls.

** KTHV-TV, Little Rock, AR seeks a Web producer with 1-3 years experience who can work across all platforms, online and mobile. Must produce online content, be a news junkie, stays informed, wants to engage viewers and online users each day, wants to work hard, can work with an energetic team, can generate and suggests stories each day, can gather and disseminate news and information, can write/produce/update stories for all platforms, can edit video on non-linear equipment and can do shooting/writing/editing if needed; broadcast producing background a plus. Tape/DVD/online links and resume to Chuck malden, ND, KTHV-TV, 720 Izard St., Little Rock, AR 72201 or e-mail cmaulden@todaysthv.com.

— Townsquare Media/Texarkana, AR seeks a managing editor who can nurture a strong editorial voice, is an exceptional writer and editor, understands what makes content on the Web sticky and conversation-starting, has a sense for marketing and socialization, has the ability to focus under pressure, can manage multiple tasks at once, pays attention to detail, has a sense of humor, can manage content calendars, can assure that all content captures the tone of the site and specific radio station and has experience working with WordPress, html, Photoshop, video and AP style. Apply online at http://townsquaremedia.com/markets/arkansas/.

** The Mecklenburg Times, North Carolina Lawyers’ Weekly and the South Carolina Lawyers’ Weekly (Charlotte, NC) seek an innovative and highly-motivated Web editor who can manage, edit and produce digital content, post online stories, tag content, resize and upload photos, choose stories to publish in daily e-mail alerts, create and send e-mail alerts, maintain all three sites, work with the IT team to troubleshoot site problems, monitor and analyze the sites’ traffic, develop strategies to increase visits, work closely with staff to develop Web content that creates synergies with print products and enhances the way those stories are presented online, continuously develop strategies for the three sites, champion a vision for future initiatives, stay informed on the latest Web trends to assure current technology is maximized, has a passion for breaking stories and an appreciation for social media; familiarity with Word Press is a plus. Apply by emailing editor@mecktimes.com.

— The Capitol Broadcasting New Media Group (Raleigh, NC) seeks a Web news editor (Job #11098) with at least one year experience who can compile/edit/write stories from a variety of sources with an emphasis on delivering breaking news quickly and accurately must integrate compelling and creative text and headlines into stories, along with still images, audio, video and Web links to create an appealing and thoughtful online package in such areas as sports consumer, health, weather and information; must have a strong command of the AP stylebook and html, work accurately and independently under deadlines, have exceptional spelling and grammatical skills and be able to work mornings, weekends and some holidays. Apply online at www.cbc-raleigh.com.

— WECT-TV, Wilmington, NC seeks a Web content producer/reporter who is aggressive, is detail-oriented, loves to break news, can post the latest material on all platforms, can work quickly and efficiently, can edit video and scripts for Web use and can perform other associated duties. Tape/DVD, resume and writing samples to Scott Saxton, ND, WECT/WSFX-TV, 322 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC 28412 or e-mail ssaxton@wect.com. No calls.

— The National Wild Turkey Foundation (Edgefield, SC) seeks an online media content specialist with at least two years experience who can plan/organize/create online content for use on the Web/mobile/social media/e-newsletters to spread the foundation’s message, drive Web site traffic and increase it social media presence; will work with other individuals and departments within the foundation to develop additional content for the online uses that would highlight its mission; must also stay apprised of news technology, have basic knowledge of Dreamweaver, html, MS Office, FTP clients, CMS, Google analytics, CANSPAM, FISA compliance and AP Style, write clean and compelling copy and can edit others’ copy to match, can take projects from concept to completion with minimal guidance, can analyze site traffic reports and provide concise summaries for client use, understand the foundation’s mission (conservation) and promote it to the media and the public; must suggest areas for improvement in the site. Must be able to travel to foundation events for up to seven days at a time. Apply online at http://www.nwtf.org/contact_us/jobs.html.

— WHNS-TV, Greenville, SC seeks a Web producer (Job #WHNS3281) who will maintain the Web site, post stories and videos, stay up-to-the-moment on breaking news, maintain the overall look and feel of the site, play a role in developing and implementing strategies and tactics to increase page views, further social media engagement, understand news and journalism basics, can write well, can edit copy and video, can get breaking news on the site in timely fashion, can manage content for other multimedia platforms, knows CMS and basic html and can work comfortably and quickly in a deadline-oriented environment; background with iNews/ENPS helpful. improve Apply online at www.meredith.apply2jobs.com.

— WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, SC seeks a Web site content manager (Job #SPA-000293) who will oversee/coordinate/contribute to the collection/generation/prioritization/presentation of al content relevant to a free-standing niche Web site; must be hands-on with all aspects of the site not technical or sales related, have high-level journalistic skills, have basic computer skills, be able to plan and coordinate and be able to self-manage. Apply online at www.mediageneral.com.



We are seeking a reporter who is not afraid to zig when everyone else zags. Candidates should have at least five years of journalism experience and a track record of accountability reporting on government, business or institutions. And they should have an ability to write engaging stories about complex topics. CAR experience is helpful, as is an understanding of data analysis. But our main requirement in a reporter is the ability to break stories that demand change. Please send us a selection of your stories with an explanation for each of how you got onto the story and what impact it had to reportingjobs@propublica.org.

Social Media Editor

ProPublica is seeking a Social Media Editor who can design and implement social efforts to deepen and advance ProPublica’s reporting.

Candidates should have extensive experience with social media and should have previous journalism experience. Responsibilities include day-to-day oversight of @ProPublica and #MuckReads, and the integration of social into our data features. For example, we recently used Facebook to surface data of personal relevance for our readers and then made it easy for them to share their own personal collections. We also invited journalists outside of ProPublica to be guest editors of our #MuckReads feature.

Using Twitter and Facebook, ProPublica consistently points readers to the best investigative and accountability reporting. We need someone who goes beyond tweeting headlines and quickly identifies shareable and buried bits. Candidates should be highly discerning and have strong journalistic instincts.

This position demands creativity and teamwork, as the editor will work closely with ProPublica’s reporters and editors. This editor will also train ProPublica’s editors and reporters, and spotlight new tools and methods to integrate into the newsroom.

The position also includes some responsibilities helping manage ProPublica’s online call-outs for sources. Skills required: facility with web analytics, basic project management, HTML, Photoshop. The position reports to Amanda Michel, ProPublica’s Director of Online Engagement. The social media editor would work out of ProPublica’s Manhattan office.

Please send a cover letter to amanda@propublica.org explaining how you would approach social at ProPublica, examples of a new feature or strategy you’d undertake, and links to your previous work. Feel free to tweet questions @amichel.


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