Writing & Online Publications Jobs 11.19.11

The following job listings can be found here:
http://www.gorkanajobs.com/

American Metal Market, Markets Reporter – New York
Associated Press, Editor – Mexico
Associated Press, Newsperson – Mexico City
Autoweek, Motorsports/Site Editor – Detroit, MI
Bloomberg News, States & Municipalities Reporter – Tallahassee, FL
Bloomberg News, The Assistant Editor – Digital/TV News – New York
Boston Herald, General Assignment News Reporter – Boston
Business Insurance, Editorial Assistant – Chicago
Business Insurance, Reporter – Chicago
Business Insurance, Reporter – New York
CBS Interactive, Executive Editor – New York
CNN.com, Opinion Producer – New York
CQ Roll Call, Editor, Editor, Executive Briefing – Small Business – Washington DC
CQ Roll Call, Editor, Executive Briefing – Food and Agriculture Policy – Washington DC
CQ Roll Call, Editor, Executive Briefing – Technology – Washington DC
dealReporter, Investigative M&A Reporter – New York
Debtwire, Research Editor – Fixed Income – New York
Defense News, Managing Editor – Springfield, VA
Design Bureau magazine, Freelance Writer – US Based
Dow Jones Newswires, Assistant News Editor – New York
Dow Jones Newswires, Copy Editor – New York
Dow Jones Newswires, Interactive News Indexer – Princeton, NJ
Dow Jones Newswires, News Editor – Washington DC
Dow Jones Newswires, Reporter – New York
Dow Jones Newswires, Reporter – New York
Dow Jones Newswires, Reporter – New York
Dow Jones, Reporter – Chicago
Education Week, Business Reporter-Editor – Bethesda, MD
Global Finance Magazine, Business / Financial Freelancer – Asia
HedgeFund Intelligence, Reporter – New York
Imagination Publishing, Business Editor – Chicago, IL
Imagination Publishing, Senior Digital Editor – Chicago, IL
Jetsetter, Associate Editor
Las Vegas Sun, Convergence Editor – Henderson, NV
Las Vegas Sun, Design Editor – Henderson, NV
Los Angeles Times, Reporters – Sacramento bureau
New Scientist, News Reporter – Waltham, MA
News 14 Carolina, News Manager – Wilmington, N.C.
Newsday, Real Estate Reporter – New York
Newsday, Tech Reporter – New York
NJBIZ, Business Reporter – New Jersey
Pensions & Investments, Editorial Assistant – Chicago
PHOTON USA Corp, Newsletter Editor – Hong Kong or Hyderabad (India)
Plastics News, Staff Reporter- Akron, Ohio
Reuters Breakingviews, Assistant Editor – New York
Reuters LPC, Senior Correspondent – New York
Reuters Money, Online Editor – New York
Reuters, Washington Energy & Commodities Reporter – Washington
SE10, Journalist/PR Executive – Madison WI
Secret Consumers Wanted
SportsBusiness Daily, Assistant Editor – Charlotte
The Bond Buyer, Reporter – Washington DC
The Bond Buyer, Reporter – Washington DC
The Bulletin, Business Reporter, Oregon
The Detroit News, CopyEditor – Detroit, MI
The Detroit News, Reporter – Lansing, MI
The Real Deal, Editorial Assistant – New York
The Wall Street Journal, Transit Reporter – New York
The Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones Newswires, Reporter – Toronto
TheStreet, Markets Reporter – New York
TheStreet.com, Companies Editor – New York
Thomson Reuters, Brazil Senior Commodities & Energy Correspondent – Rio de Janeiro
Wall Street Journal Online, Senior Editor – New York
Wall Street Journal, Reporter – New York

Investigative Reporter
PublicSource, a non-profit news website focusing on original investigative reporting about important issues in Pittsburgh and the Western Pennsylvania region, has an immediate opening for an investigative reporter. The reporter will pursue stories of significance to the region, with a focus on holding the powerful accountable.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for journalism and five or more years of investigative reporting experience. Multimedia, database and mapping skills are a plus.

Benefits include excellent health insurance (medical, dental and vision), life insurance and participation in our 403-B retirement program. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please send resume, cover letter and writing samples to:
swalsh@publicsource.org with the job title in the subject line.

PublicSource is an independent news organization supported by The Pittsburgh Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to do in-depth reporting in the public interest.

CONTACT
Brant Houston
Knight Chair of Investigative Reporting
Journalism Department, College of Media
University of Illinois
810 S. Wright St.
Urbana, IL 61801
217-333-7554
brant.houston@gmail.com

Meredith Corporation
The Meredith Corporation has 13 editorial positions open in the markets of NYC, Des Moines, SF, PA and NJ.
See the listings right here http://tiny.cc/2sask

Freedom Communications
Freedom Communications has 12 editorial positions open for its newspapers in TX, NC, CA and NM. See the listings at http://tiny.cc/lh5gl

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun has six job openings: Sr. Features Content Editor, Community Coordinator, Blogger, Metro Reporter, Metro Content Editor, Interactive Designer
http://bsun.md/s1jrMf

RightThisMinute, Phoenix
Seeks web producer for nationally-syndicated entertainment show that is recorded daily at the Cronkite School. Will write captions, headlines and teasers for content, plus sometimes find and pitch videos.

CONTACT: Phil Alvidrez
phil@magicdust.com

Las Cruces Sun News
New Mexico

The Las Cruces Sun News in New Mexico seeks an edgy, creative person for an editor position for the weekly publication called The Pulse. Should have journalism experience and should like to pursue the non-traditional. Will lead digital efforts for the publication. Is this you?

CONTACT
Jim Lawitz, Editor
jlawitz@lcsun-news.com

British Virgin Islands
Company: The BVI Beacon
Position:Seeking reporter for Caribbean weekly

Location: Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands
Job Status: Full-time
Ad Expires:December 16, 2011
Job ID: 1210950
Website: http://bvibeacon.com

Description:
A leading Caribbean weekly seeks a general assignment and courts reporter interested in investigative journalism. There is plenty of sailing and surfing here, of course, but this is not a job for sailors or surfers looking to write on the side. Rather, it’s one for a serious, conscientious journalist looking to cover a wide range of issues. The territory is home to one of the largest offshore financial jurisdictions and has recently experienced an unprecedented period of growth. The ideal candidate should have professional journalism experience and good investigative reporting and news analysis skills, although recent graduates with a strong background and internship experience are encouraged to apply. The ability to draw cartoons is a plus. Weekly salary is $300, to start. Rush cover letter, resume and three clips. Apply online below through JournalismJobs.com.

WIRE/NEWS SERVICE/SYNDICATION:
— Dow Jones Newswires/Chicago seeks a sharp and enthusiastic reporter (Job #100003119) to cover the U.S. grain markets as an integral part of a bureau that produces agenda-setting coverage on farm commodities, agribusiness and the food industry for the real-time wire service, the Wall Street Journal and its Web site; must lead coverage of U.S. corn and what markets at a time when prices have surged to record highs and the reliability of world food supplies is climbing the political agenda, so must be a strong writer and reporter and have the ability to break market-moving news ahead of the competition; must pen a wide range of articles, from daily coverage of the markets to enterprise stories on the companies/investors/farmers behind the commodities that feed the world, although experience covering agriculture and commodities is not a must. Apply online by attaching five clips and a resume at http://careers.newscorp.com/Job/Details/5626.

— 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. (Indef.)

— The Courthouse News Service/Little Rock, AR seeks a part-time reporter who can make daily checks of state and federal courts in the Little Rock area; ability to write is a must, although background in the legal system is not. Resume to Madison Venza, bureau chief, at mvenza@courthousenws.com.

— The Associated Press/Raleigh, NC seeks a news editor with managerial background who will lead the AP’s North Carolina and South Carolina operations, direct reporting by 15 general news reporters and work with sports reporters and a photographer to assure strong all-format coverage of the most important news and make the AP a news leader in both sates; must lead aggressive spot and enterprise coverage of an array of issues that include government and politics/military/crime/environment; will report to the south regional editor in Atlanta while working closely with a bureau chief and other AP staff across the AP to develop distinctive and competitive stories that meet news and business demands for print, online and broadcast; must set priorities, drive coverage, aggressively pursue breaking news, assure that the bureau conceives/reports/writes compelling enterprise, take into account the needs of all formats, interact with customers to demonstrate the value of AP service and share customer feedback with the bureau chief and regional editor; must work accurately in a deadline-driven environment, work independently, meet deadlines, be well-organized, be able to juggle multiple stories across formats, have an understanding of or ability to work in all formats and have strong news judgment. Apply online at http://ap.contacthr.com/21847965

MORE NEWSPAPERS
— Tribune Company (Chicago) seeks full-time and part-time editor/designers for its Media on Demand (MoD) team who has sound news judgment, are solid copy editors, can draw clean and attractive pages while working under multiple daily deadlines, likes the prospect of a job that is challenging/evolving/thoroughly rewarding, has a can-do attitude, can find solutions for editors from various Tribune newspapers, is well-organized, can manage projects, can edit and design local/national/feature/sports pages and has the ability to learn and grow. Published work samples and resume to LaToya Smith, deputy national content editor, at llsmith@tribune.com.

** 22nd Century Media (Northbrook, IL) seeks an assistant editor who is interested in working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment who can write assigned stories, do meeting and event coverage as needed, compile the weekly community calendar and religion pages, conduct a weekly photo poll, gather police reports and do other duties as assigned; should be detail-oriented, be energetic, have a creative mindset, be an good communicator, be proficient in Microsoft Suite/InÇopy/photography; community newspaper background strongly preferred. Three clips and resume via e-mail to joe@wilmettebeacon.com.

— The Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL) seeks a sports writer whose primary focus will be HS sports with some pro and collegiate sports assignments and column-writing responsibilities; must work hard to compete in a crowded market where the paper is not the biggest player, understands that the way information is delivered continues to expand and evolve, but also understands that telling meaningful stories about sports and those who play remains the same; must know AP style, excel on deadline and be able to work nights and weekends. Clips and resume to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., attn: sports writer, Box 250, Crystal Lake, IL 60039 or e-mail editorialrecruitment@shawsuburban.com.

— 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.

— Sauk Valley Media (Sterling, IL) seeks a sports editor who has strong experience, has a keen knowledge of the X’s and O’s, can build strong community relations, can engage the public in local coverage on all platforms, is eager and ambitious and can provide blanket coverage of local athletics. Clips and resume to Jeff Rogers, ME, 3200 E Lincolnway, Box 498, Sterling, IL 61081 or e-mail jrogers@saukvalley.com.

— The Lincoln (IL) Courier sees a night editor who will be responsible for page layout, copy editing, covering county government and local court proceedings, some GA work and backup for the sports editor on a consistent basis from the junior high to the collegiate level; will be the number-two news staffer; must have working knowledge of Quark, Photoshop, AP style and digital photography. Clips, layout samples and resume to Dan Tackett at dan.tackett@lincolncourier.com.

— The alt-weekly Illinois Times (Springfield, IL) seeks a versatile and experienced reporter who believes in fiercely independent journalism that makes a difference and be willing to challenge readers; must be interested in writing a wide array of stories, work fast, dig up dirt, turn a phrase and deliver a punch line, contributing several news stories each week and periodic longer magazine-style cover stories, working with a small but mighty staff; must be a team player and be ready to hit the ground running. Send three clips, a resume and a letter describing both your experience and your interest in working with the Illinois Times to the Illinois Times editor, 1320 S State St., Springfield, IL 62704, fax (217) 753-2281 or e-mail reportersearch@illinoistimes.com. No calls.

— The Paris (IL) Beacon-News seeks a sports reporter who is experienced, has a love of sports and can write game stories and features; the ability to shoot photos and do pagination (InDesign) is a plus. Work samples and resume to Kathy Rhoads, ME, at krhoads@parisbeacon.com.

— The Milwaukee (WI) Daily Reporter seeks an aggressive reporter with at least two years experience who can find stories without the direction of editors, can thrive under a daily deadline crunch, knows AP style and wants to join a strong news team for a paper that offers coverage statewide of the construction industry, business and legislative issues in a newsroom that is creative and likes fun. Send at least three clips and resume to Chris Thompson, 225 E. Michigan St., Milwaukee, WI 53202 or e-mail chris.thompson@dailyreporter.com. No calls.

— The Waukesha (WI) Freeman seeks a night news editor who can edit copy, can proof pages, can coordinate news coverage on the night shift, is well-rounded, enjoys late-night hours in an action-packed environment, can write on deadline, can do some page design, has good news judgment, is a strong communicator, has lots of enthusiasm, meets deadlines and knows AP style; proficiency in Quark is a plus. Apply to Bill Yorth, editor-in-chief, 801 N. Barstow St., Waukesha, WI 53187 or e-mail HRD@conleynet.com.

— The Lakeland Times (Minocqua, WI) seeks a reporter/photographer who will cover a wide array of stories, but has a love of reporting about government entities, be it in school, in the town or at the county level; may also require reporting about cops and courts, but it could extend to covering a concert in the park or a luncheon sponsored by an area church group as well as a hard-hitting front page exclusive; must have a nose for news and a willingness to go the extra mile, thinking beyond the actions of boards and committees to produce stories that make a difference in the lives of readers, and do it all on deadline. Clips and resume to Raymond T. Rivard, 510 Chippewa St., Minocqua, WI 54548 or e-mail ray@lakelandtimes.com.

— Openings at the Appleton (WI) Post-Crescent: Experienced cops/courts/enterprise reporter with at least one year experience 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.

GA reporter with at least one year experience who has strong print and multimedia skills and strong expertise in database reporting to join an already strong local coverage team; must provide accurate and skillful journalism through daily and enterprise assignments and a commitment to watchdog reporting; will work on the police/emergency services team as part of a weeknight rotation with other reporters, as well as a weekend shift reporter. Clips and resume to the Post-Crescent HR Dept., attn: Reporter, Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912-0059 or e-mail careers@postcrescent.com.

** The Portage (WI) Daily Register seeks a versatile copy editor/page designer who will be the primary page designer for its twice-weekly Juneau County Star-Times, can design reader=friendly pages, can edit stories sharply, can write engaging headlines, can strive to keep Web sites fresh with the latest news, is proficient in InDesign and Photoshop, has a strong desire to produce the perfect paper, knows spelling/grammar/AP style, knows libel law, works well under deadline pressure and can work a variable schedule that can run from noon to midnight; the paper prefers one year of experience but will consider recent grads with exceptional portfolios. Apply online at www.jobs.capitalnewspapers.com, then send 5-10 editing and headline examples and 3-5 design clips to Jason Maddux, editor, 1640 LaDawn Dr., Portage, WI 53901 or e-mail jmaddux@capitalnewspapers.com.

** The Wausau (WI) Daily Herald seeks a self-motivated, resourceful and tenacious hard news reporter with 1-2 years experience who is a strong communicator, is well organized, can produce content for the Web and can work as part of a team. Clips and resume to Mark Treinen, editor, Box 1286, Wausau, WI 54402-12856 or e-mail mtreinen@wdhprint.com.

– The Wisconsin Rapids (WI) Tribune seeks a reporter who is self-driven, is resourceful, is an outstanding writer and reporter, can brake news online, can craft compelling spot news stories and sophisticated long-term enterprise projects, possesses strong print and online writing skills, has a sense of urgency, can tackle complex issues and make them understandable, is driven by accuracy but has the ability to work quickly, knows AP style and can juggle multiple projects. Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Daily Tribune HR Dept., re: Reporter, 220 First Av. South, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 or e-mail careers@appleton.gannett.com.

— Openings at the Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern: Senior investigative/enterprise reporter who will plan and produce stories that advance First Amendment watchdog reporting in print and digital platforms, using traditional and multi-media and database tools, assign content, shoot and edit video, build database and look-up tables, create multimedia elements tat will include audio recordings and interactive maps, has a command of the AP stylebook, knows grammar and spelling, can copy edit and knows MS Office applications, Access, Avid or FinalCut; must understand the state’s open meeting and records law and federal FOI laws and meet all deadlines; apply c/o “Senior Reporter-ONW.”

Part-time (25 hours/week) sports/news clerk who can assist the news department in providing content for its HUB publication and shoot photos of Oshkosh nightlife and entertainment events; will assist the sports department evenings in compiling results from local sporting events, prepare stats for publication and occasionally write stories for news and sports or covering events; apply c/o “part-time news/sports clerk.” Clips/online links and resume to the Northwestern HR Dept., Box 59, Appleton, WI 54912-0059 or e-mail careers@thenorthwestern.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 Ft. Wayne (IN) News-Sentinel seeks a sports reporter who has print and multimedia skills, can accelerate the paper’s digital growth, can provide accurate and skillful journalism through daily and enterprise assignments for print and online platforms, focusing on coverage of sports in Ft. Wayne and NE Indiana; must develop and manage content across platforms, understand the unique strengths and user expectations of digital publications and can meet all deadlines. Send five writing samples and five multimedia samples (photos, slideshows, videos, audio, etc.) to Natalia Bethea, Box 102, Ft. Wayne, IN 46801 or e-mail khubartt@news-sentinel.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, has a willingness to ask tough questions about school performance with an eye toward holding officials at every level 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 Rensselaer (IN) Republican seeks a GA reporter who will write news and feature stories, do pagination (InDesign preferred), can shoot photos and knows AP style; must be flexible in terms of work duties and work schedule. E-mail clips and resume to rblankenship@rensselaerrepublican.com.

— The Portland (IN) Commercial Review seeks a reporter who will focus mainly on city government and the police beats, but will also do feature writing, shoot photos, perform layout and design functions and will proofread; must have an inquisitive nature, ask insightful questions and have a desire to work hard to become a well-rounded journalist; photo and layout experience is helpful, but not a must. Send 3-5 clips and resume via e-mail to Ray Cooney, ME, at cr.sports@comcast.net.

— The Princeton (IN) Daily Clarion seeks a presentation editor/lead photographer who is flexible, can be the go-to slot person on the production side of the paper, is a motivated multi-tasker with solid copy editing, page design, video and still photo abilities, loves people, loves a good community newspaper. Work samples and resume to Andrea Howe, editor, Box 30, Princeton, IN 47670 or e-mail andrea@pdclarion.com.

** The Dubois County Herald (Jasper, IN) seeks a GA reporter who is a good storyteller, has solid reporting skills, is adept at writing both news and features. Send 5 or 6 clips and resume to Martha Rasche, city editor, Box 31, Jasper, IN 47547-0031 or e-mail mrasche@dcherald.com.

— The Evansville (IN) Courier seeks a copy editor /page designer (Job #4157) who has strong news judgment, knows and has enthusiasm for the news, has an eye for detail, has a knack for writing compelling and accurate headlines, has expert knowledge of AP style, has a command of spelling and grammar, is comfortable in the worlds of local news/business/sports and knows InCopy or InDesign. Apply online at https://www.scripps.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=4157&CurrentPage=1.

— The Dubuque (IA) Telegraph Herald seeks a reporter with at least two years experience who can write news and feature stories, can meet deadlines, adheres to policy and journalistic ethics, can monitor ongoing news and issues and can find and gather both words and images for the print edition and the Web. Apply online at www.wcinet.com/career.cfm.

— The Le Mars (IA) Daily Sentinel seeks a motivated sports coo-editor who can capture the spirit of the game, provide exceptional reporting and photography of prep sports at seven area schools, has a strong ability to juggle multiple assignments and must collaborate smoothly with an established co-editor to produce a snappy sports section daily; page design (InDesign) abilities and experience with multimedia and social media are definite pluses. Clips and resume to Joanne Graham, editor, 41 First Av. NE, Le Mars, IA 51031 or e-mail dseditor@frontiernet.net.

— The Marshalltown (IA) Times-Republican seeks a reporter to cover its city beat who is a self-starter, is driven with a desire to be fair/accurate/complete, is a proficient photographer, can cover breaking news, GA and uncover and report timely stories on a crucial beat, tackling everything from hard news to features; experience is preferred, but the paper is willing to train the right person with collegiate background. Clips and resume to Abigail Pelzer, ME, Box 1300, Marshalltown, IA 50158 or e-mail apelzer@timesrepublican.com.

** The twice-weekly Independence Bulletin Journal (Oelwein, IA) seeks a GA reporter who understands community journalism, deadline reporting and layout principles, is familiar with video and social media skills an can work on caucus coverage. Apply by e-mail to editorcft@gmail.com.

— The Ottumwa (IA) Courier seeks a copy editor/page designer who has strong page design and editing skills, has a strong grasp of AP style, has a working knowledge of Quark and Photoshop and can do reporting when needed; recent grads are encouraged to apply. Clips and resume to Jeff Hutton, editor, 213 E. Second St., Ottumwa, IA 52501 or e-mail jeff@ottumwacourier.com. No calls.

— The Lake Sun (Camdenton, MO) seeks an editorial designer who can emphasize front-page design, copy editing of news, photo development and page-building on a Sunday-Thursday schedule; must be able to work with a small newsroom staff, adhere to tight deadlines, be willing to work other assignments as needed and show an expertise with Quark. Work samples and resume to Joyce Miller, via e-mail at joyce.miler@lakesunonline.com.

** The Maryville (MO) Daily Forum seeks an energetic and community-minded reporter who has experience in online media, photography and page layout and design. Clips and resume to Phil Cobb, GM, Box 188, Maryville, MO 64468 or e-mail pcobb@maryvilledailyforum.com.

— The Neosho (MO) Daily News seeks a reporter who can write for print, online and other new media. Must report on city and county government/education/feature stories, shoot photos, do page design with Quark, update content for the paper’s e-edition and co-administer its Facebook page, Clips/online links and resume to John Ford, ME, Box 848, Neosho, MO 64850 or e-mail jford@neoshodailynews.com, with a subject line of “reporter position.”

** The semi-weekly Perryville (MO) Republic-Monitor seeks an energetic and organized reporter who is a creative writer, has strong grammatical skills, is attentive to detail, is flexible enough to help with Web and design duties and can work on annual magazines and special sections; experience with photography, video and social networking is a plus, along with personal connections to SE Missouri. E-mail clips and resume to Tay Smith, editor/publisher, at taymsmith@gmail.com.

** The Sedalia (MO) Democrat seeks a city beat reporter who has an up-to-date toolbox, can make a difference each day in the community, loves what you do, is committed t improving the publication, can cover government/public safety/breaking news, can develop sources and story ideas through Facebook, can shoot photos and video to accompany reports, has a can-do attitude, can create and cultivate good story ideas and angles, understands the need for solid enterprise reporting that provides context and depth of knowledge and can serve an eight-county area of west-central Missouri. Email clips and resume to eeditor@sedaliademocrat.com.

** Openings at the Springfield (MO) News-Leader: Community editor/reporter who can oversee two weeklies serving important suburban communities in Christian County, can write news and feature stories for community platforms, can shoot photos, can manage freelancers and can run the show with the support of a large organization behind you. Breaking news reporter with at least two years experience who writes clearly, can focus on getting news online and to other platforms quickly, including Twitter and Facebook, and can use mobile/multimedia/traditional journalism tools. Work samples and resume to Debbie McDade, information ctr. Administrator, at dmcdade@gannett.com; McDade will take questions at (417) 836-1112.

— The McLean County News (Calhoun, KY) seeks a skilled editor to run the weekly’s daily operations; must write, edit, design, organize well, handle multiple tasks at once and work with an office manager and a staff of freelance reporters; you will also contribute to a sister paper in Owensboro. Send clips and resume to Matt Francis, Messenger-Inquirer executive editor, at mfrancis@messenger-inquirer.com.

** Openings at the Owensboro (KY) Messenger-Inquirer: GA reporter who has a “can do” attitude, is an accurate reporter, has a passion for local and regional journalism and can meet deadlines; the paper prefers two year of experience but will consider recent grads with great clips from several internships; clips and resume to Robert Bruck, city editor, at rbruck@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.com.

Experienced copy editors with two years experience and the same abilities; apply to Scott Hagerman, news editor, at shagerman@messenger-inquirer.com. Sports copy editor with the same abilities; apply to Jake Jennings, spors editor, at jjennings@messenger-inquirer.com.

Sports page designer with the same abilities; apply to Jake Jennings, sports editor, at jjennings@messenger-inquirer.com.

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. (indef.)

— Openings at the Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune: K-12 educator reporter with at least five years print experience and the ability to develop sources at all levels who is aggressive and resourceful, is committed to breaking news and accountability journalism, can do in-depth enterprise focusing on the Anoka-Hennepin schools district, which serves 40,000 students across 13 suburbs north of the Twin Cities and has drawn national attention in the past year because of issues related to bullying and sexual orientation policies; will also be lead K-12 reporter on a range of big national and state education issues; must also cover some breaking and continuing news and take advantage of digital reporting and storytelling capabilities. Pay $67,795/year. Apply online at www.startribunecompany.com/jobs.

** The Morrison County Record (Little Falls, MN) and the Dairyland Peach (Sauk Centre, MN) seeks a GA reporter who can cover the news, work on special projects, display good organizational skills, is a creative self-starter and has a fondness for rural and small-town life; familiarity with online media preferred. Send 3-5 clips and resume to tom West, editor/GM, 216 First St. SE, Little Falls, MN 56345 or e-mail tom.west@mcrecord.com.

** The Northfield (MN) News seeks a page designer who has a knack for laying out pages that people can’t help but pick up, can do design for four co-owned newspapers, can match the quality of the written word with top-notch design, knows InDesign/Photoshop/Illustrator, has a passion for experimentation, is aggressive and watchdog-oriented and wants to work in a newsroom full of talent. Five designed pages and resume to Jerry Smith, ME, 115 W. Fifth St., Northfield, MN 55057 or e-mail jcsmith@northfieldnews.com.

— The Pioneer Group (Big Rapids, MI) seeks a reporter who wants to take chances and kick ass while covering county government, politics and special projects in Big Rapids, the home of Ferris State University with a staff of young and driven journalists who cover life’s big stories, including politics, poverty, health, business, love and death; must skillfully tell stories through news/features/photography/video, Send your three best news stories and two features to Dave Clark, 115 N. Michigan Av., Big Rapids, MI 49307 or e-mail dclark@pioneergroup.com.

— The Lansing (MI) State Journal seeks an investigative reporter with at least five years equivalent experience who has a strategic sense of important public service projects, has the reporting and writing skills to deliver them, knows and understands open meetings and FOIA laws, is an effective communicator, can prioritize, can multi-task, can meet tight deadlines, can report in print and on digital platforms, can use traditional and multi-media and database tools and can focus on longer-term assignments. Clips/URLs and resume of at least two investigations or enterprise projects, two hard news dailies and a feature to Mickey Hirten, executive editor, 120 E. Lewanee St., Lansing, MI 48919, e-mail mhirten@lsj.com or apply online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/gannett/job/investigative-reporter/J8D0BD6VS3MGMLH9KGH/.

— The LaPeer County Press (Lapeer, MI) seeks a copy editor/layout supervisor who will oversee a universal desk that edits copy, does page layout and proofreads a group of papers that cover Lapeer, Genesee and Huron Counties; should be a technically savvy and creative person, who wants to be part of a winning team at a growing company. E-mail resume to wsmith@mihomepaper.com.

— The Owosso (MI) Argus-Press seeks a sports editor who can lead a three-person staff, has good copy editing and layout skills, can write occasional game stories, shoot some photos, help maintain the Web site and service other online and mobile media; the paper covers 10 area high schools and keeps close tabs on former area athletes competing at the college level. Clips, design samples and resume to Don Basso, ME, at drbasso@argus-press.com.

— The Port Huron (MI) Times Herald seeks a GA reporter who can emphasize city and county government and the Port Huron School District but can also report on a wide array of stories; must develop/research/write compelling stories on deadline for both print and digital platforms, must have a commitment to quality in all aspects, manages time well, is well-organized, knows and is interested in the Internet, is motivated/creative/collaborative, can take direction but exhibit a high degree of self-management, is an adept multi-tasker, can respond quickly to opportunities as they arise and has a good understanding of grammar/spelling/punctuation. Clips, resume and a letter outlining why you are interested in the job to Judith McLean, ME, 911 Military St., Port Huron, MI 48060 or e-mail jamclean@gannett.com.

— The E.W. Scripps Co. (Cincinnati, OH) seeks a vice president/content (Job #4177) with at least 10 years experience for its newspaper division who will develop content strategy, directly oversee the creation/curation/production of news/information/entertainment for pririt and digital platforms, set content strategy, lead tactical execution, transform Scripps newsrooms to more effectively develop and build audiences through the production of high-quality content that informs, engages and empowers those in the communities the chain serves and has a record of building effective teams and driving innovation. Apply online at https://www.scripps.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=4177&CurrentPage=1.

— The Community Press newspapers (suburban Cincinnati, OH) seek a reporter with at least one year experience who can cover Loveland from its east office, write news and feature articles for print and the Web, review police reports and public records, write columns or editorials, attend meetings and events, maintain personal contacts, conduct interviews, shoot photos, generate story ideas, take assignments, compile story lists for approval by the editor, maintain and update a beat book that lists news sources/phone numbers/other pertinent information, assist with editing/headline writing/layout of newspapers or special sections, meet deadlines, participate in regularly-scheduled story conferences and staff meetings, maintain a positive and professional image and participate in online social media or Web initiatives; must be digitally oriented/focused and knowledgeable in using online social media. Submit clips and resume online at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/gannett/job/reporter/J8D3NS6HWSHJQ6RNXXV/.

— The Ashtabula (OH) Star Beacon seeks a sports reporter/page designer who can spend virtually all of the time working on the prep level; must have a solid background in Quark, NewsEdit Pro and Photoshop and a desire to take the ball and run with it in terms of joining an award-winning department; the successful candidate will have the freedom to pursue enterprise stories, columns and features and do layout at least one night a week. Clips and resume ASAP to Don McCormack, sports editor, Box 2100, Ashtabula, OH 44005-2100 r e-mail donmac@suite224.net. No calls.

— The Media Network of Central Ohio (Newark, OH) seeks reporters who have a passion for pursuing and writing great stories, can put an emphasis on watchdog reporting, know online journalism and the use of social media in reporting, and can write for 10 Gannett-owned newspapers in Lancaster, Newark, Mansfield, Chillicothe, Zanesville, Coshocton, Marion Bucyrus, Fremont and Port Clinton. Send your five best clips and resume to Jim Sabin, ME, The Eagle-Gazette, 138 W. Chestnut St., Lancaster, OH 43130, fax (740) 328-8581 or e-mail jsabin@mncogannett.com, with the candidate’s name on the subject line.

— The Urbana (OH) Daily Citizen seeks a sports reporter who excels at deadline reporting, sports stats and clerking; must also do some pagination and art management, and share coverage with associated weekly publications in the greater Urbana area. Clips and resume to Brenda Burns, Box 191, Urbana, OH 43078 or e-mail bburns@ohcommedia.com.

— The Colby (KS) Free Press seeks a news editor to join a growing staff; must have strong editing and page-building skills, write well, have a strong background in AP style/InDesign/Photoshop/word processing and can lead a team of two full-time and two part-time reporters and stringers. Resume to Sharon E. Friedlander, 155 W. Fifth St., Colby, KS, 67701 or e-mail sfriedlander@nwkansas.com.

— Openings at the Dodge City (KS) Daily Globe: A highly-energized and committed reporter with at least one year experience who can report on community news, provides still photos, video and social media coverage, can adhere to AP style, can work in a constructive and supportive team that values honesty; should have experience with InDesign, and the ability to speak both English and Spanish fluently is important. Send five writing samples, with resume, to Emily Shultz, GM, at emily.shultz@dodgeglobe.com.

— The Emporia (KS) Gazette seeks an experienced reporter who can build sources, can dive into local issues, can write hard news and features, can cover local government boards, edit copy, demonstrate outstanding news judgment, writes quickly and accurately in a fast-moving atmosphere, has a curiosity about the community and its people, won’t shirk from asking the hard questions, can work productively in a team setting, is aggressive and adept at setting priorities, can reorder priorities as needed and can use video’/audio/Twitter/Facebook to tell stories. Clips, resume and references to Chris Walker, publisher, 517 Merchant St., Emporia, KS 66801, fax (620) 342-8108 or e-mail walker@emporiagazette.com, with a subject line of “reporter.”

— Openings at the Garden City (KS) Telegram: Sports writer who can develop story ideas, provide coverage of 19 high schools and one community college in a 12-county area, will work with another full-time reporter and stringers covering sporting vents, writing features and columns, editing copy and doing some multimedia and page design; must be willing to travel and work both nights and weekends.

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. Cops and courts reporter with the same abilities; the paper will consider recent grads with great clips for this job.

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 reporter who can cover county government, health, schools and the local military beats; must be able to use a digital camera and be able to work a schedule that includes nights, weekends and holidays; the paper will accept experience at a daily or weekly, or college journalism experience. E-mail clips, resume and references to m.editor@thedailyunion.net or, if living in KS, call (785) 762-5000 x-121 to set up an interview.

— Openings at the Lincoln (NE) Journal Star: Copy editor/page designer with at least three years experience who has strong word and visual skills, knows Adobe CreativeSuite, has strong news judgment, knows history and current events and has a solid background in grammar, spelling, punctuation, AP style, comprehension and libel.

Night cops reporter who knows the basics of digital journalism, can write accurate and compelling stories on deadline, thrives on breaking news of all types, can identify nighttime features, possesses analytical skills, can grasp the big picture and identify patterns, has the writing skills to take those ideas and drive them to the front page and has an aptitude for newspaper work; the paper prefers experience but recent grads with solid internship clips are welcome to apply. To apply, go first to http://journalstar.com/app/workhere/ and then submit writing samples to the Journal Star HR Dept., 926 P St., Lincoln, NE 68508 or e-mail hr@journalstar.com.

— The Ft. Smith (AR) Times Record seeks a sports page designer who knows InDesign and NewsEdit and can work nights and weekends. Work samples and resume to Mardi Taylor, copy desk editor, 3600 Wheeler Av., Ft. Smith, AR 72901 or e-mail mtaylor2@swtimes.com.

— The Jonesboro (AR) Sun seeks an editor with at least five years experience in a similar job to lead a newsroom of 22 hard-working journalists (including news/sports/photo), can direct all newsroom functions, can implement and maintain editorial policies and procedures, can produce a well-rounded community newspaper with heightened relevance to readers, can take responsibility for al print/niche/online products and can represent the Sun throughout the community; must have a vast knowledge of community journalism, have impeccable news judgment, be a strong editor and be an equally strong editorial writer; must utilize an array of computer and software programs and meet multiple deadlines. Resume and references to David Mosesso, publisher, Box 1249, Jonesboro, AR 72451 or e-mail dmosesso@jonesborosun.com.

— The Paragould (AR) Daily Press seeks an editor with at least three years experience who will be responsible for day-to-day operations, directing the assignment process for stories/photos/layout, work closely with writers and other editors; must direct the production process for news and feature pages, implement and maintain editorial policies, supervise all news department employees, display strong news judgment and editing skills, write crisp headlines and have a commitment to community journalism. Resume to David Mosesso, c/o the Jonesboro Sun, 518 Carson St., Jonesboro, AR 72401 or e-mail dmosesso@jonesborosun.com. No calls.

** The Raleigh (NC) News & Observer seeks an energetic and innovative editor with 10 years editing and reporting experience, to lead is coverage of Wake County, for print and online; must oversee reporters who cover the key areas of Wake government/schools/courts, serve as the leader in planning and executing the Monday news sections, plan displays for the front page and the front of the local section and prepare for Monday front-page rail, working across departments and coordinating with the production staff. Resume and a letter outlining your strengths to Jackie Stark, HR Dept., 215 S. McDowell St., Raleigh, NC 27601 or e-mail jstark@newsobserver.com.

** The weekly Smoky Mountain Times (Bryson City, NC) seeks an entry-level GA reporter who can report on local events, can turn breaking news stories on tight deadlines, has a strong working knowledge of AP style, can handle a camera, has a clean and clear writing style that can make sense out of even the most confusing of budget processes; must understand the goals of community journalism and thrive in a team-based environment. Clips and resume to Cathy New, Box 730, Bryson City, NC 28713 or e-mail cnew@thesmokymountaintimes.com. No calls.

— Openings at the Fayetteville (NC) Observer: Assistant metro editor/night editor who will assign/develop/edit stories for the Observer and its Web site, demonstrate leadership abilities, utilize a strong work ethic and meet deadlines while working accurately and quickly, directly supervising staff and some of the paper’s standing features; clips and resume to Lorry Williams, AME/News, or e-mail williamsl@fayobserver.com.

Page designer who can be a leader on a universal desk and can focus on the daily and Sunday front pages, the daily sports front, special sections and other pages as assigned; must have design experience in all sections and experience mentoring less experienced designers; must know grammar, AP style and headline writing cold, while proficiency with Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign is a plus; work samples and resume to Bobby Parker, AME, Box 849, Fayetteville, NC 28302 or e-mail parkerb@fayobserver.com.

** Openings at the Hickory (NC) Daily Record: Copy editor (Jobs #HIC-000229, HIC-000244 and HIC-000248) 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.

** The Greensboro (NC) News & Record seeks a self-driven and innovative editor with 10 years of newsroom journalism experience, including five years as a supervisor and at least three as an editor, who can build on an existing vision for creating superior local journalism in print and online, work with the community to encourage dialogue and connection, facilitate innovative thinking and action, seek out new ways to improve leadership and involvement, take advantage of channels opened by new technology, write an occasional column to explain the paper’s decisions, respond to reader concerns, introduce new content or changes, meet with community and civic leaders, represent the paper at public events, display strong local news judgment and uncompromising ethical behavior, understand the potential and value of online journalism, work collaboratively as part of the company management team and have the ability o lad a newsroom staff of 75. Submit resume, references and a letter stating salary requirements to employment@news-record.com. (12/2)

** The Greenville (NC) Daily Reflector seeks an enterprising and solid reporter who can join an aggressive staff and will cover city and county government, police, courts or education; enterprise journalism and feature stories are also expected; while experience is preferred, energetic recent grads with good clips are encouraged to apply. Clips and resume to Al Clark, Box 1967, Greenville, NC 27835 or e-mail aclark@reflector.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.

— The Lenoir (NC) News-Topic seeks a reporter with 2-4 years experience who take over its education/cops/courts beat, meet daily deadlines and has background with InDesign and Photoshop. Clips and resume to Nathan Key, editor, Box 1100, Lenoir, NC 28645 or e-mail nathankey@newstopic.net.

— 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 Greenwood (SC) Index-Journal seeks a talented and energetic photographer who can shoot both stills and video, can work on multimedia platforms, understands local news matter, conveys that through eye-catching and reader-friendly photos and videos, wants to challenge the regular parameters attached to small papers and put the best product forward; must have pride in your work and a passion for journalism; those who need hand-holding need not apply. Portfolio, resume and references to Scott J. Bryan, associate editor, Box 1018, Greenwood, SC 29648 or e-mail SBryan@indexjournal.com. No calls.

** Openings at the Island Packet (Hilton Head Island, SC) and the Beaufort (SC) Gazette: Sports editor with at least three years experience who can lead a five-person department, is well-rounded, can design/edit/write/manage time/make the most of a bright and energetic staff, knows InDesign and Photoshop, understands a continuous news cycle, can produce online content, can focus on preps, covering seven public and four private high schools, but will also focus on professional and amateur golf, including the area’s annual PGA Tour event; apply by e-mailing a one-page resume, a one-page letter of application, a one-page description of your experience with online operations (including the extent of your social media savvy and ability to create online content), as many as five samples of published articles and/or page designs (.pdfs preferred over online links) and contact information for 3-5 references, which can be submitted on a separate page or included on the resume, to Jeff Kidd, editor, at jkidd@islandpacket.com.

Sports writer with two or more years of experience who knows AP style, can meet the demands of online newsgathering and social media in addition to print, has the ability to write well on deadline, manages time well, has an affinity for enterprise work, is creative and innovative and can cover an array of sports; submit a one-page cover letter, one-page resume, .pdf versions of 5-10 published articles (with the name of the editor for each article) and contact information for 3-5 references (can be included on the resume or separately) to Jeff Kidd, editor, at jkidd@islandpacket.com.

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— Openings at Crain’s Chicago Business: Assistant managing editor (see Crain’s online listings). Commercial real estate reporter (Job #2011202) who will work as part of the three-person team that writes for both print and ChicagoRealEstateDaily.com; must have strong writing and reporting skills, understand business and finance, produce high-quality stories under tight deadlines, juggle multiple assignments, show familiarity with multiple channels of news delivery, interact well with senior corporate executives and represent Crain’s effectively in the business community Apply online at www.crain.com. No calls.

— Modern Healthcare (Chicago) seeks a chief of 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.

— Heavy Duty Trucking and Heavy Duty Aftermarket Journal (Schaumburg, IL) seek an assistant editor who can reporter and write for print and Web, can edit/rewrite press releases, can obtain/prepare photos for use in daily online and monthly print products, can manage Web content, can use a CS and knows html, can manage social media content including Facebook page and Twitter feed, can copy edit and proof all print pages, can work with editors and creative director to make sure copy flows smoothly through production, can do fact checking, can write headlines and captions, can pull quotes, can compile content for various sections of the magazine, can participate in monthly editorial conference calls to develop story ideas and plan upcoming issues, can handle special projects as needed, can compile an event calendar, can do research projects, can travel to occasional industry meetings/conventions/press conferences/seminars and can contribute to the greatest extent possible; should know AP style and Office/InDesign/Quark/Photoshop. Apply to Kate Miller, president, Newport Business Media, at kmiller@truckinginfo.com.

** Shaw Suburban Media (Crystal Lake, IL) seeks an energetic/creative/resourceful editor who can manage tree publications: McHenry County magazine, Kane County magazine and Lake County magazine, each dedicated to local lifestyle issues in the counties they serve, published monthly and covering family/health/home topics that directly relate to the communities they serve; must plan/write/edit/design the publications and manage their Web sites and social networking interfaces; must develop original local content, write compelling feature articles, lay out the publications in a visually-striiking manner, continuously network within the business and local communities, work independently and rely on a network of internal and external resources; must be knowledgeable in InDesign and Photoshop. Design samples and resume to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., attn: SSM Magazine Editor, Box 250, Crystal Lake, IL 60039 or e-mail Recruitment@#shawsuburban.com.

** The Des Moines (IA) Register seeks an editor who is a seasoned journalist/media executive to help launch a new lifestyle magazine focused on central IA women, concentrating on a lucrative demographic; will be charged with shaping and executing the magazine’s direction/content/focus, creating editorial plans and the new magazine’s personality, working collaboratively and creatively with the Register news staff/advertising/marketing/freelancers, displaying strategic thinking, showing a knowledge of digital media trends, burnishing a track record of leveraging social media channels and demonstrating exceptional leadership skills. Resume that includes a complete work history, via e-mail, to Dottie Klootwyk, Register HR Dept., at dklootwyk@gannett.com, with the subject line of “Magazine Editor/GM.”

— Collector’s Journal (Vinton, IA) seeks a copy editor who is passionate about antiques, is curious about the stories they represent, is eager to her their voices and add your own to the collection of the narratives heirlooms tell; copy editor will work for a publication devoted to antique auctions, shops and shows, as well as collectors. Send resumes to editorcft@gmail.com.

— TEN magazine, a publication of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (MO), seeks an editor with at least three years experience who can conceptualize/implement/manage the magazine and its related electronic communications projects within budget and deadline, can plan for projects/responsibilities/time frames/deadlines/costs, can lad strategic planning/development/creation of content, can assure that written materials conform to selected styles and space constraints, can effectively communicate to the appropriate audience, can write and produce articles and other collateral materials such as preface/headlines/photo captions, can write/proof/edit content for communications materials and projects that include brochures/memos/annual reports/publications and books, can consult with the graphic designer to resolve layout issues, can provide direction and mentorship to the writing staff, can interact with senior management/economists/subject matter experts and can support the KC Fed’s public information director. Apply online at http://www.kansascityfed.org/jobsearch/index.cfm.

** Bridge Magazine (Lansing, MI) seeks a dynamic journalist with proven expertise in covering Michigan policy and life to serve as a reporter/writer, joining a senior editor and senior writer on the magazine, which is a project of the non-profit Center for Michigan; could be based in the metro Detroit, Grand Rapids or Lansing regions; must focus on original coverage of big-picture, statewide issues that matter most to Michigan’s future, including conditions and policies concerning economic growth, education, public sector accountability, the safety net and the state’s differentiated public assets, including the Great Lakes and natural resources; Bridge wants to spark news conferences, not attend them and be able to put a human face on an analysis of tax policy one week and reveal the policy issues behind a homeless shelter the next. Apply online at http://bridgemi.com.

— Crain’s Detroit Business seeks a Lansing-based reporter (Job #1162) who can write stories about Michigan public policy and political issues of relevance to a business audience, cover companies/trends/other business stories within the state, have special section and project management duties as assigned, write a weekly public policy column, meet all deadlines, demonstrate comfort with numbers and financials and have a proven a ability to develop source networks to produce original angles on stories; business writing background or previous Lansing public policy coverage is a plus. Apply online at www.crain.com.

** Autoweek (Detroit, MI) seeks a junior and a mid-level motorsports/site editor with 1-5 years experience who can brainstorm and write stories for print and Web, edit stories for print and Web, post stories online, plan and execute special projects through collaboration with other editors, collaborate with print/interactive/other teams to write/edit/execute Autoweek content, has extensive knowledge of motorsports, is enthusiastic/reliable/self-starting, can conceive and execute print and digital editorial projects, is a strong organizer and planner, can work cooperative and effectively with a diverse group of colleagues, is a strong reporter, can meet daily deadlines, has familiarity with and enthusiasm for video and photography, has the ability to think and write fast, can accept direction and input from others and can perform maintenance/upkeep of Web properties, as needed, including the posting of new content, updating and monitoring statistics, monitoring wires, producing photo and video galleries, doing social media interaction, producing e-newsletters, and working with technical staff to help develop new processes and troubleshoot issues. Apply online at www.crain.com.

— Jackson magazine (Jackson, MI) seeks a part-time editor who has an outstanding achievement in and passion for community journalism, has an insatiable appetite for finding local stories that will interest readers, is a skilled writer with a keen eye for editing copy, has a command of grammar/spelling/AP style, possesses attention to detail and accuracy, can juggle multiple responsibilities, has a team-player mentality, is friendly and outgoing, is self-starting but can take direction, can generate story ideas, can anticipate readers’ information needs, can work with writers and photographers to schedule photo shoots and interviews, can report/write/edit/proof articles, can stay informed of local happenings, can work with readers and interested parties in developing content, can serve as the ace of the magazine by attending events and building community relationships and collaborate with designers on the production of each issue. Clips, resume and references to lisa@jacksonpublishingco.com.

— Popular Woodworking magazine (Cincinnati, OH) seeks an editor with 5-7 years editorial experience who will determine the magazine’s direction/content/focus in collaboration with other key leaders of the woodworking community at F+W Media, managing a staff of five; must assign features and departments for each issue, create an annual editorial calendar, edit features and departments, provide final approval on all editorial copy, work with art director to determine concepts and visual direction of the magazine, approval all layouts, plan covers with high newsstand appeal and perform other day-to-day editorial functions; must be an exceptional leader/manager/editor/writer/woodworker. Apply online at www.fwmedia.com/apply.

— Plastics News (Akron, OH) seeks a staff reporter with at last one year experience who can take responsibility for writing print and Web products, is adept at breaking news/analysis/features, can take part in video news reports for the magazine’s Web site, can take part in Web casts, can cover industry events, can collaborate with the editor and staff o story ideas, can meet all deadlines and works well in a high-pressure newsroom environment.; the publication covers the commercial/financial/legislative/market-related developments worldwide that affect North American plastics product manufacturers and their customers and suppliers. Apply online at www.crain.com.

— The Triangle Business Journal (Raleigh, NC) seeks a technology/biotechnology/county beat reporter with at least three years experience who has the ability to comb through public records at all levels, can contribute to the paper’s Web operation on a daily basis, can be given a blog and draw readers, can chase stories aggressively and can compete routinely and successfully with local, state and national newspapers. E-mail clips and resume to Dale Gibson, ME, at dgibson@bizjournals.com.

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DIGITAL MEDIA DIRECTOR (WOSU RADIO/TV)
WOSU RADIO/TV, Columbus, OH (Ohio State University) seek a Digital Media Director. Will assist in overseeing and managing wosu.org, WOSU-created micro sites and WOSU’s efforts to provide media on non-broadcast platforms. Responsible for developing and implementing online strategies and creating digital media in collaboration with other WOSU staff. Will lead WOSU Public Media’s online projects and programs. Responsible for overseeing the quality, accuracy, consistency and style of WOSU’s websites and working collaboratively to create online strategies and content. Must have proven strategic thinking and analytical skills; demonstrated success as a creative, effective and forward-thinking manager/team leader; be adept at supervising and coordinating several projects in a fast-paced environment under the constraints of a tight budget and absolute deadlines; have web design, database development/implementation experience and CMS experience (e.g.,WordPress, html, etc.); superior oral and written communication skills; ability to work collaboratively; professional social networking experience; experience with Google Analytics reporting and analysis; considerable knowledge of education administration and principles; and considerable experience in program planning and administration. Target salary is $62,000 – $69,000 annually. Further information contact Karen Olstad: 614-292-9678; Apply online: www.jobsatosu.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=199283

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— 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.

— 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.

— WGN-TV, Chicago seeks an interactive producer (Job #2011-19136) who is platform-flexible and is as comfortable writing a breaking story as translating one from an on-air report; must know how to configure a story onto the WGM mobile site using an iPhone or similar technology, have a penchant for technology, knows it’s more about simplifying access for the user and less about sending out a tweet every half hour; should enjoy starting new projects that help bring mobile, online and on-air content together and make it more accessible to the everyday user; must have experience with FinalCut editing and be familiar with Blogrolls, feed readers, RSS, xml, WAP, CMS and embed code. Online links and resume too the WGN-TV HR Dept.,2501 W. Bradley Pl., Chicago, IL 60618, fax (773) 528-1387 or apply online at http://www.tribjobs.com. No calls.

— 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. 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 communication skills overall. Apply online at www.workinsports.com/wisquickregapply.asp?referrer=793&idx=50598.

— 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.

— Openings at Patch.com/Chicago: 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.

— TribLocal (Westchester, IL) seeks a creative and innovative community producer with two more more years of experience, a familiarity with Chicago’s suburbs, knowledge of AP style, good organizational and prioritizing skills, team orientation, creativity and enterprise and the ability to work evenings and occasional weekends, who can work withy editors and reporters to monitor and post local stories of interest, including breaking news, Tribune staff reports and links to newsworthy postings around the Web, keeping sites updated in real time throughout the day; must assist with production of weekly print publications, troubleshoot issues and assist users who require Web site support, meet and work with other producers on initiatives to improve the Web site and its offerings and serve readers by curating information/engaging through social media/producing stories, photos and Web features; must have experience and familiarity with Web publishing and an understanding of html, CSS, WordPress, multimedia features, SEO and social media. Apply online at https://chicago-tribune.icims.com/jobs/19548/job

— Openings at the Medicare NewsGroup (Glencoe, IL): Smart, thoughtful and passionate reporter with experience covering health care and/or government, who wants to get down and dirty with Medicare and can manage and edit Web producers, conduct in-depth research, write and edit stories, perform Web site administration and maintenance, do source and story development, interact with site bloggers/freelancers/experts, post/update/organize data, fact check, do social networking (must have Twitter/Facebook/YouTube/Tumblr/Digg or related experience) and know how to use a variety of Web administrative tools, including WordPress, Blogger, Google Reader, Google Docs and Google Analytics; reports to the managing editor.

Smart, thoughtful, passionate Web producer who has experience in covering health care and/or government and wants to get down and dirty with Medicare for a new resource Web site for journalists that is launching in November; chief responsibilities will include in-depth research, writing, editing, Web site administration and maintenance, source and story development, interaction with site bloggers/freelancers/editorial board/experts, posting/updating/organizing data, fact-checking, social networking and such applications as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr and Digg; must be conversant in WordPress, Blogger, Google Reader, Google Docs and Google Analytics; background in medical, health policy or political reporting is a major plus. Clips and resume to Vicki@thinkglink.com, and for more information on the Web site go to www.medicarenewsgroup.com.

** Openings at Patch.com/Midwest: Local editor in the Illinois communities of Wilmette-Kenilworth (Job #122347BR) and Deerfield (Job #122176BR); associate local editor in Naperville (Job #121047BR) and Morton Grove (Job #122174BR);

Local editor in Dubuque (Job #120756BR);

Local editor in Eagan, MN (Job #122332BR); assistant editor in Lakeville, MN (Job #122263BR); and

local editor in Cuyahoga Falls, OH (Job #122315BR).

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): Managing editor with at least two years experience and a passion for community journalism who can help lead weekly print and daily Web operations, can report on a wide range of stories, can assign and edit stories, can layout pages and constantly seeks new ways to tell the story of the community.

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; must know photography, video, InDesign and Photoshop. 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.

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). Clips (and page layout samples for editing jobs), 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.

— 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.

— 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.

— WNDE/WFBQ/WRZX, Indianapolis, IN seek an online content coordinator with one year experience who can develop compelling and relevant content for each station’s Web site, including physically making daily site updates, preparing necessary graphics and files, assist in scheduling ads and programs, assist station personnel with maintaining various elements on sites, engaging communities on social networks/forums/blogs and respond to comments; must know Web and social media platforms, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Photoshop, html/CSS page creation and have good organizational and planning skills; background in video editing and still photography a plus. Work samples/online links and resume to Sara Ritter, WNDE/WFBQ/WRZX, 6161 Fall Creek Pkwy., Indianapolis, IN 46220 or e-mail buzzcasey@clearchannel.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.

— SourceMedia Group (Çedar Rapids, IA) seeks a sports content editor who can edit and curate sports content/photos/video for online, print, mobile and other media, working an evening and weekend shift; must have strong grammar/proofreading/editing skills, have sound news judgment and have plenty of multimedia background. Resume and letter stating salary requirements to the SourceMedia HR Dept., Box 511, 500 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 or e-mail sourcemediahr@sourcemedia.net.

** The Council Bluffs (IA) Nonpareil seeks an assistant managing editor-digital to join its news staff who is creative, collaborative, has a track record of success and has the experience and skill to lead a redesign of its Web site and increased digital presence in a growing metro market. Work samples and resume via email to Jeff Carney, corporate director of digital development, at jcarney@owh.com.

— 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.

— 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.

** Fox-owned WDAF-TV, Kansas City, MO seeks a Web/mobile manager who understands local news gathering, has a desire to break news across multiple platforms, can generate original content for the Web and mobile platforms, understands Web and mobile metrics and has a strategic and actionable plan for building viewers and users; must work closely with the sales manager, understand content management systems and be able to hire/schedule/motivate/plan /direct the department and supervise the staff in order to complete multiple and sometimes conflicting tasks on deadline; TV newsroom or Internet management experience a plus. Resume to Bryan McGruder, VP/News, WDAF-TV, 3030 Summit St., Kansas City, MO 64108. No calls.

— 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.

— CBS-owned WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, MN seeks a Web content manager (Job #9886BR) with eight years experience who will oversee digital content and marketing for WCCO-TV Web sites, oversee national editorial strategies as well as the Minneapolis/St. Paul market, seek and secure editorial relationships with local content partners and bloggers, set and manage the local editorial calendar, oversee the editorial team, coordinate efforts with the local revenue team, work with TV and radio teams to increase user/viewer/listener awareness, be accountable for achieving site traffic goals, have a passion for local news/sports/politics have good news judgment, know WordPress and html and have comprehensive social media knowledge and experience. Apply online at http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/tag/wcco-jobs/

— Hubbard Broadcasting, St. Paul, MN seeks a digital media director (Job #79-11) with at least five years experience in Web design management and development who will lead web/internet projects, design, and strategy development for all HBI TV stations; develop, implement, and manage online strategy; serve as primary digital media contact for all HBI TV stations; research and identify opportunities for growth; execute strategies; develop, expand and manage current Web site designs; lead redesigns and enhancements; establish department protocols and procedures; lead and train staff; and stay current and educated in the fast-changing areas of Web development, design, social media and content creation, among other related responsibilities; must have strong design background, attention to detail, and good communication skills and have expertise in Web development technologies, design software, mobile devices, social media platforms, and Web tools. Resume to the Hubbard HR Dept., 3415 University Av., St. Paul, MN 55114, fax (651) 642-4314 or e-mail apply@hbi.com. No calls.

— WKZO-AM/FM, Kalamazoo, MI seeks a videographer who can shoot/produce/edit video taken throughout the community, can create/edit/direct/perform/dig up potential stories and can bring the community the information it seeks, incorporating video in powerful ways throughout the stations’ Web site. Demo of no more than two minutes, with resume, to Dan Cash, WKZO-AM/FM, 4200 W. Main St., Kalamazoo, MI 49006.

— WEWS-TV, Cleveland, OH seeks a content producer (Job #4164) who can oversee all local news and information Web sites, work with news staff to plan/structure/report/write news and information content, produce the sites’ content to optimize the user experience, enhance new content with outside links/maps/slideshows, coordinate news-editorial and technical staffs to facilitate the migration of multi-media content to new media platforms, build out special sections and site features, shoot/write/edit content as needed, assist in management of user-generated content, convert new media content to broadcast style and display working knowledge on online CMS, Web-design tools, html, Flash, ASP, Dreamwavver, JavScript, Photoshop and FTP. Apply online at www.scripps.apply2jobs.com.

— Openings at WKYC-TV, Cleveland, OH: 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.

— Clear Channel/Cleveland seeks an online content coordinator with at least three years experience who can take responsibility for the development of Web content and online creative, can do daily maintenance on station Web sites, knows Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, Premier and PHP and can work well in a fast-paced environment; must send out station newsletters, prepare necessary graphics and files for sites, enter and update site content daily, edit video, assist station personnel with maintaining photo galleries, personality ages and the like and back-up the other Webmaster during vacations and absence. E-mail resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Clear Channel/Cleveland Webmaster, 6200 Oak Tree Blvd., Suite 400, Independence, OH 44131 or e-mail webmaster@clearchannel.com.

— WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH seeks a Web producer (Job #4165) ) who can oversee all local news and information Web sites, work with news staff to plan/structure/report/write news and information content, produce the sites’ content to optimize the user experience, enhance new content with outside links/maps/slideshows, coordinate news-editorial and technical staffs to facilitate the migration of multi-media content to new media platforms, build out special sections and site features, shoot/write/edit content as needed, assist in management of user-generated content, convert new media content to broadcast style and display working knowledge on online CMS, Web-design tools, html, Flash, ASP, Dreamwavver, JavScript, Photoshop and FTP. Apply online at www.scripps.apply2jobs.com.

— 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.

— WBNS-TV, Columbus, OH seeks a digital news editor (Job #200JD) who can take responsibility for production of written and visual news content for the station and Ohio News Network Web sites, can maintain their presence on social networking sites (including Facebook and Twitter), can translate broadcast copy into AP style, can communicate regularly with the assignment desk/producers/videographers/video editors/management about stories, braking news, video and upcoming news events; must be on-call nights, weekends and holidays as assigned. Apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com.

— WDTN/WBDT-TV, Dayton, OH seeks a digital director who will execute news coverage on all platforms, content vision based on leveraging all aspects of digital media, promotion state brands, manage the strategic digital operations of station Web sites, develop and manage the departmental budget, crate proposals for projects and initiatives, has strong leadership skills, has good news judgment, knows data management systems and programming languages, is a self-starter is passionate about new media platforms, can visualize strategies for the changing dynamic media landscape through behavioral analysis and customer need in order to maximize business opportunities, investment and return; must communicate well on all levels, maintain presence and composure and adjust to new technologies. Resume to Stacy Stiles, WDTN/WBDT-TV, 4595 S. Dixie Dr., Dayton, OH 45439 or e-mailsstiles@wdtn.com.

— Fox-owned WHBQ-TV, Memphis, TN seeks a Web producer with 2-3 years experience who can work closely with national editorial and sales teams to manage all production/quality aspects of the station’s Web sites, can conceptualize and produce high-profile creative material, can perform the duties of online writer/producer, has a firm grasp of AP style, can glean information from sources and contacts, can reproduce material into strong and compelling Web material; must know html, JSP, Flash and Photoshop and have good interface design and Web production skills. Work samples/online links and resume to the WHBQ-TV HR Dept., 485 S. Highland Av., Memphis, TN 38111 or e-mail Roberta.hudson@foxtv.com.

— WPTY/WLMT-TV, Memphis, TN seeks a Web producer with at least seven years experience who can manage Web/Twitter/Facebook efforts, oversee the planning and content management of all external Web communities, provide oversight from a development perspective in order to maintain the online CMS, forums, blogs, wikis, document libraries, personal pages and new processes; have day-to-day content management authority over the Web site, coordinate with content editors to assure updated information is presented, coordinate and monitor the production of Web implements for business initiatives, including e-campaigns and social media; and can support the development of applications and visuals, so experience with Photoshop, Dreamweaver and html is helpful. Resume to Peter Jacobus, ND, WPTY/WLMT-TV, 701 Union Av. Extended, Memphis, TN 38112 r e-mail news@abc24.com. No calls.

** KHBS/KHOG-TV, Ft. Smith, AR seek a digital media manager with 3-5 years managerial experience who can create and execute strategy and tactics for winning content on Web and mobile platforms, can lead the late-breaking news strategy online, can be a key innovator of digital projects, can lead the news team in leveraging social networks and user-generated content, has strong news judgment, knows the legal and ethical issues involving social media, can copy edit, knows broadcast and AP style, can manage and lead others, can bring a consistent sense of urgency and immediacy to the operation understands the next deadline online is always “right now,” and has a positive can-do attitude. Writing samples, resume, references and a letter that includes news philosophy to Dawn R. Dugle, ND, at newsdirector@4029tv.com. (12/8)

** Business North Carolina (Charlotte, NC) seeks a Web editor who knows traditional journalism and is first and foremost a journalist, can provide and deliver editorial content, can build a Web site to match the reputation of the monthly magazine, is energetic and creative, is detail-oriented, has savvy news judgment, has a command of the language and is familiar with NC; knowledge of the business beat is a plus, and while the publication prefers experience it will consider an especially gifted recent grad. E-mail work samples, resume and a letter telling why you’re the right person for the job to David Kinney, editor-in-chief, at Kinney@businessnc.com.

** WBTV, Charlotte, NC seeks an experienced new media content producer who has a strong background in new media, Web design and technology, and has strong journalism skills; must work well with co-workers, train and coordinate their efforts, assure the best possible new media product and can work in a fast-paced and high-pressure environment well. Resume to Rod Overton, WBTV, 1 Julian Price Pl., Charlotte, NC 28208 or e-mail roverton@wbtv.com. No calls.

— WSOC-TV, Charlotte, NC seeks an experienced digital producer who can help drive traffic and revenue to Web/mobile/social media asset, has a solid news background, has strong broadcast and AP writing style, can formulate strategies for Web/mobile/social media platforms and can work nights and/or weekends as needed. Resume to Jewnnifer Watkins, mgr. of digital site services, WSOC-TV, 1901 N. Tryon, Charlotte, NC 28206.

— ABC-owned WTVD, Durham, NC seeks full-time (Job #8787BR) and part-time (Job #8784BR) Web producers who can write/gather/compile content from various sources and publish it on the station Web site as well as other digital assets and social media platforms, publish news content online as it is produced on broadcast assuring that video/images/content support reflect the stories as they are reported, obtain efficient content approval and deployment, attend daily editorial meetings, collaborate with reporter/videographers/Web producers to develop and distribute daily news coverage, find growth opportunities in new content areas, have a flexible work schedule, can work other-than-designated hours, as needed, are strong print-style writers and are able to transcribe quotes and scripts into readable stories quickly both in-office and on the road. Resumes to Sean Daley, dir. of Web ops., WTVD, 411 Liberty St., Durham, NC 27701 or e-mail web@abc11mail.com.

— AllFreelanceWork.com, and its related sites AllFreelance.com and allFreelanceSearch.com, seek media professionals to write columns and articles. Columnists must be knowledgeable in a field, and write one article every week or two. Writers will have their photos placed on each site along with a paragraph about you and your business. You will be allowed one banner 234 x 60 with each article to be run for thousands of freelancers and employers to see. Articles should regard breaking into the media field as well as how-tos and techniques. Becoming an “expert” in your field is a key way to land gigs, and AllFreelanceWork.com has 28,000 subscribers. Although we don’t pay, the gigs that will likely follow will be well worth it. If interested, contact allfreelance@comcast.net. (Indef.)

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