Writing/Publications Jobs 12.9.11

Gorkana, USA has these job listings at http://www.gorkanajobs.com/:
Associated Press, Editor – Mexico
Associated Press, Newsperson – Mexico City
Bloomberg News, Assistant Editor – Digital/TV News – New York
Bloomberg News, States & Municipalities Reporter – Tallahassee, FL
CQ Roll Call, CQ state information researcher – Washington DC
CQ Roll Call, Economics Editor – Washington DC
CQ Roll Call, Editor, Executive Briefing – Food and Agriculture Policy – DC
CQ Roll Call, Front-End Developer- Washington DC
CQ Roll Call, UX Designer/ Developer – Washington DC
dealReporter, Investigative M&A Reporter – New York
Dow Jones Newswires, Assistant News Editor- New York
Dow Jones Newswires, Financial Services Editor – New York
Dow Jones Newswires/Wall Street Journal – Staff Reporter – Sydney
Emerging Money, Brazil Writer – New York
Emerging Money, General Writer – New York
Emerging Money, News Content Lead- New York
Emerging Money, News Content Lead- New York
Fund Industry Intelligence, Reporter – New York
HedgeFund Intelligence, Reporter – New York
Houston Chronicle, Energy Reporter – Houston
Las Vegas Sun, Convergence Editor – Henderson, NV
Las Vegas Sun, Design Editor – Henderson, NV
Las Vegas Weekly, Web Content Editor – Henderson, NV
Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Reporter – New York
Modern Healthcare, Reporter – Nashville
Modern Healthcare, Reporter – San Francisco, CA
Money-Media, Researcher – New York
mycirQle, Education Editor – NY, CA
mycirQle, Health Editor – NY, CA
News 14 Carolina, News Manager – Wilmington, N.C.
Newsday, Real Estate Reporter – New York
Newsday, Tech Reporter – New York
NJBIZ, Business Reporter – New Jersey
Real Estate Finance Intelligence, Reporter – New York
Reuters Breakingviews, Assistant Editor – New York
Reuters, Municipal Bonds Reporter – New York
Reuters, Political and General News Editor, US- New York or DC
Reuters, Sr Foreign Exchange Analyst – New York
Reuters, Washington Energy & Commodities Reporter – Washington
SE10, Journalist/PR Executive – Madison WI
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Business/Commercial Real Estate Reporter – Atlanta, GA
The Chronicle, Reporter/Photographer – Washington
The Deal, Senior Digital Editor – New York
The Decatur Daily, Reporters, Alabama
TheStreet, Inc., Editor – New York
Thomson Reuters, Brazil Senior Commodities & Energy Correspondent – Rio de Janeiro
TriMed Media Group, Staff Writer – Providence RI
Undisclosed, Reporter – London Based
Women’s Health, Researcher – New York

Gannett has several reporter openings across the U.S.

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American Public Media (APM) has 22 job listings at KPCC (NPR) in Pasadena, CA, two in NYC and three in St. Paul, Minnesota

Multimedia Community Manager
ABC 15, PHX seeks a Multimedia Community Manager with 3-5 years of experience. Details at http://scripps.contacthr.com/22224880

N.J. Statehouse Bureau Chief
This is your chance to cover the Statehouse in Trenton, N.J. with a pro-active and outspoken governor and a news organization that wants in-depth enterprise and watchdog reporting. The Press of Atlantic City doesn’t want someone who sees this position only as a way to cover politics and the day-to-day grind of government. This position is a key one because so much of the revitalization of Atlantic City and the casino industry is coming from the governor’s office. To be considered, the applicant must have a demonstrated record of producing in-depth enterprise and investigative reporting over five years in the business. If you have computer-assisted reporting/database skills, you will float to the top of the list. Salary is $42,000-$52,000. For more information or to apply, contact Neill Borowski, executive editor/content director, at nborowski@pressofac.com. All applications must include a cover letter, resume and clips. To find out more about us, check out our website at www.pressofatlanticcity.com.

Enterprise Editor
Do you have a record of directing, coaching and editing deep enterprise stories as well as watchdog/investigative work? If you do, consider coming to the Jersey Shore and working as a key editor in the newsroom of The Press of Atlantic City. Your credentials will get special attention if they also include a demonstration of your continued public records requests, deep records research and database analysis. The emphasis here is on front-page local enterprise seven days a week The emphasis here is on front-page local enterprise seven days a week and complementary coverage digitally. Infrequently does a wire story make it to the front page and only if it is a significant national or foreign news event. The pressure of this job is to both produce and do it with an expectation of excellence. The applicant must be a solid long-term planner and well-organized. Seat-of-the-pants managers need not apply. Salary is $58,000-$70,000. For more information or to apply, contact Neill Borowski, executive editor/content director, at nborowski@pressofac.com. All applications must include a cover letter, resume and clips. To find out more about us, check out our website at www.pressofatlanticcity.com.

Apply directly to:

Neill Borowski
Executive Editor and Content Director
The Press of Atlantic City
(609) 272-7277

Photojournalist – (Woodland Park)
The Record (Bergen County, NJ) has an immediate opening for a full-time photojournalist. He/she will be a visual journalist of the highest ethical standards capable of executing and delivering images on deadline for news, features, business and sports. Requirements include: Demonstrative photojournalistic skills and solid portfolio; Solid press caption writing skills; Expertise in photo-related apps such as Photoshop, Photo Mechanic; Strong computer skills in both PC and MAC environments; Working under intense deadline pressure; Excellent communication skills. A College journalism degree or equivalent demonstrative knowledge plus three years on the job experience, staff or freelance, for a daily newspaper or news picture agency is required. Being bilingual is a plus.

Days/Hours: Varied work schedule (night or weekend hours and on-call to cover breaking news and other assignments)
Contact: Send cover letter, examples with explanations of your best photos, and a resume to Jon Naso, Director of Photography, at nasoj@northjersey.com

— 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.

— Openings at Modern Healthcare (Chicago): 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. Nashville (TN) bureau reporter with at least five years experience covering healthcare or doing other business reporting, who will cover for-profit healthcare companies, hospitals, post-acute providers, healthcare finance and report for all print and digital platforms, including blogs, podcasts, video, Webcasts and social media. Apply online, submitting at least three recent clips, 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.”

— Buildings magazine (Cedar Rapids, IA) seeks an assistant editor with two years experience who can research/write/copy edit print and online content; must be able to travel and know non-residential buildings. Clips and resume to the Stamats Business Media HR Dept., 615 Fifth St. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 or e-mail h@stamats.com. No calls.

— TEN magazine, a publication of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (MO), seeks a senior editor (Job #223220) 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.

— Popular Woodworking magazine (Cincinnati, OH) seeks an editor (Job #052611) 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.

— 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 www.tribjobs.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 http://tiny.cc/nvgke

— 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.

— 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.

— The Milwaukee (WI) Journal Sentinel seeks a versatile Web designer/producer who can work on a universal production desk, can manage digital content, is a journalist who can also function as a copy editor and producer, knows good journalism, knows how to produce engaging content for a variety of platforms, is comfortable and proficient with a variety of digital tools and programs, including content management systems, has strong organizational/communication/collaborative skills and can help train others in the newsroom in digital integration. Work samples and resume to Sherman Williams, AME/visual journalism, 333 W. State St., Milwaukee, WI 53203 or e-mail shwilliams@jrn.com.

— 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 


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.

— The GateHouse News Service (Downers Grove, IL) seeks page designers for its news and feature page production, has sound news judgment, is well-organized, can work on multiple projects at once, is motivated by deadlines, and knows Quark, InDesign, Photoshop and AP style, as well as an online content management system. Portfolio (or online links) and resume to Lisa Glowinski, executive editor, at lglowinski@corp.gatehousemedia.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

— 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 Lake County Journal (Grayslake, IL) seeks an enthusiastic reporter who can generate story ideas, conduct interviews, write enticing news stories, make and maintain sources, work alone or as part of a team, knows AP style, meets deadlines and knows social media; working knowledge of digital photography, shooting video and InDesign is a plus; while the paper prefers experience, recent grads with good clips are welcome to apply. 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.

— Openings at the Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL): Reporter with at least one year experience who is passionate about community journalism, thrives in a fast-paced environment, likes challenging competition, can go beyond the obvious, can develop sharp stories for multiple platforms on deadline as well as enterprise pieces that will have the entire market talking; apply with a subject line of Northwest Herald reporter. 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 apply with a subject line of “sports writer.” Clips and resume to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., Box 250, Crystal Lake, IL 60039 or e-mail editorialrecruitment@shawsuburban.com.

— The McDonough County Voice (Macomb, IL) seeks a community newspaper editor who can organize and direct staff, can write, can paginate and can represent the paper in the community; the paper will consider college grads who took a leadership role in their newspapers or professional reporters seeking to move into a management position. Work samples and resume to Tom Martin, Galesburg Register-Mail editor, 140 S. Prairie St., Galesburg, IL 61401 or e-mail (highly preferred) tmartin@register-mail.com.

— Openings at the Mattoon (IL) Journal Gazette: Part-time (30-32 hours/week) features reporter who knows the basics of digital journalism, can write stories that are interesting/accurate/compelling, can develop timely features for section fronts several times a month, can compile and write news items from a variety of submitted material, including weddings and anniversaries, contribute to the daily news report as needed and display an aptitude for newspaper work; experience is preferred, but the paper will consider recent grads for this position; apply online at http://lee.net/careers, then send writing samples to Beth Heldebrandt, at beth.heldebrandt@lee.net.

Copy editor/page designer for its news copy desk that will do primary page design for the daily as well as related sections and some specialty products; must design reader-friendly pages sharply edit stories, write engaging headlines, strive to keep the Web sites fresh with the latest news, display thorough knowledge of AP style, have deep and broad proficiency in spelling and grammar, work well under deadline pressure, have proficiency in Quark and Photoshop and can work 2-10:30 p.m., including some weekends but no Saturdays; apply online at www.lee.net, then send design/headline/editing examples and resume to Penny Weaver, 700 Broadway Av. East, Suite 9A, Mattoon, IL 62938 or e-mail penny.weaver@lee.net.

— 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 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 Daily Jefferson County Union (Ft. Atkinson, WI) seeks a city reporter who is enthusiastic, has a solid work ethic, knows grammar/spelling/punctuation/AP style, has the skills to cover the city council, courts, police and fire beats, write features, sap photos and help with Web and Facebook duties; background with Macs and photography a plus, but the paper is willing to train; the paper is encouraging recent or December grads. Send at least six clips that include meetings, hard news and features to Christine Spangler, ME, 28 W. Milwaukee Av., Ft. Atkinson, WI 53538 or e-mail cspangler@dailyunion.com. No calls.

— Openings at the Appleton (WI) Post-Crescent: 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 http://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 bi-weekly Catholic Herald (Superior, WI) seeks a reporter whose primary job will be to write features about people and events in the Catholic community in a 16-county area, shoot photos, edit copy, assist with planning, lay out part of each issue and contribute to the Web site; must be willing to share expertise from co-workers and learn from them; must respect church values, be self-motivated, be well-organized, be flexible and adaptable and meet deadlines. E-mail three published clips, a resume and a letter outlining salary expectations to olszewskib@archmil.org, with the subject line of “Superior.”

— 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 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 Franklin (IN) Daily Journal seeks an experienced reporter who can cover hard news, business, government and legislative issues; must be versatile, be able to analyze and write well, cover beats, work well under deadline and take complicated issues and make them understandable to readers; must do daily stories and long-term pieces. Clips and resume to ssyse@dailyjournal.net, or call (317) 736-2749 for information.

— Openings at the Columbus (IN) Republic: Night copy editor/page designer who combines sharp word-editing skills with a flair for design, produce copy that is clean and fluent, write inviting headlines and design attention-grabbing pages. Sports copy editor/page designer who has the same abilities. Send six work samples and resume via e-mail to Mark Baldwin, editor, at mbaldwin@therepublic.com.

— The Ames (IA) Tribune seeks a versatile copy editor/page designer with at least one year experience who will function as part of a four-person desk and will have the opportunity to edit and design for all sections of the paper and Web site, managing multiple projects at once and possessing top-notch traditional copy editing skills and a modern approach to page design.; background with InDesign and various print and digital content management systems is a musty, along with the ability to work nights and weekends. Send up to five work samples, a resume and contact information for three references to Alexandra Hayne, editor, 317 Fifth St., Ames, IA 50010 or e-mail ahayne@amestrib.com. No calls.

— The Creston (IA) News Advertiser seeks a news editor for a affiliated weekly publication who can paginate, cover local news, write hard news stories and enterprise, likes to do feature stories, can shoot some photos and video, is self-motivated and enterprising, is persistent, has strong management abilities, knows Macs, InDesign, Photoshop and ATP style; must be a self-starter, be able to balance priorities, work well under pressure and meet deadlines. Clips and resume to the News Advertiser HR Dept., Box 126, Creston, IA 50801 or e-mail editor@crestonnews.com.

— 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 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 Sioux City (IA) Journal seeks a reporter (mobile journalist) who can cover breaking news using a variety of tools, including photo, video and social media, reporting aggressively on breaking and spot news, acting as a vigilant watchdog for readers’ interests, and demonstrating the ability to tell a good story; must understand that journalism is changing rapidly and have the desire and skills to adapt. Apply online at www.siouxcityjournal.com/app/workhere, then send clips and resume to Thomas Ritchie, ME/digital, 515 Pavonia St., Sioux City, IA 51102 or e-mail Thomas.Ritchie@siouxcityjournal.com.

** Openings at the Branson (MO) Tri-Lakes News: Editor who can fill some big shoes, is a hands-on leader, has expertise in writing/editing/pagination/photography, can oversee a series of seasonal publications as well as the twice-weekly newspaper, can represent the newspaper in a positive light in the community by becoming involved in civic organizations and other public venues, can lead/motivate/mentor a small staff, can take final responsibility for page production, can work flexible hours that will include nights and weekends and can expand the paper’s Web and social media presence.; background with Quark strongly preferred.

GA reporter who can also layout pages, is self-motivated, has a passion for local news, knows the entertainment and outdoors beats, can craft creative copy, can shoot photos for the local news, outdoors and entertainment sections and for affiliated seasonal publications and knows how to appeal to a town of 10,000 that hosts 7 million tourists annually. Resume to Michael Schuver, publisher, Box 1900, Branson, MO 65615 or e-mail publisher@bransontrilaksnews.com.

— 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 Park Hills (MO) Democrat News seeks a part-time reporter to cover Madison County who can write in a clear/interesting/accurate manner, can develop contacts for information, has a good sense of what readers want to know, can shoot photos and video, can develop artistic illustrations to add to the visual effects of their stories, can cover many topics including hard news, culture, sporting events, science, local and national events, entertainment, lifestyle and human interest stories. Apply online at www.lee.net/careers.

— The semiweekly 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 editor@sedaliademocrat.com.

— Standard Communications (Bardstown, KY) seeks an editor with at least four years experience, including supervisory background, who will direct day-to-day news and sports coverage for the three-times-a-week Kentucky Standard newspaper, online sites and a cable nightly news show; must coach reporters/news editor/sports editor/community news coordinate and the PLG-TV cable news director, write-/edit/shoot photos/paginate, develop and carry out plan for increased editorial coverage, plan special sections and online content, display good news judgment at all times, have a working knowledge of Quark and/or InDesign, be well-organized, be proficient and communicate with and be actively involved with the community. Apply to Jamie Sizemore, publisher, Box 639, Bardstown, KY 40004 or e-mail jsizemore@kystandard.com.

— The weekly Henry County Local (Eminence, KY) seeks a sports editor who loves covering HS athletics; must be able to keep up with the hectic pace of fall and winter sports, covering 10 tams in the fall, four over the winter and six in the spring, and not get bogged down in the summer doldrums, covering plenty of youth sports and finding sports features; in addition to game stories and photos, the sports editor must write a column and paginate the weekly sports pages, plus plan and produce sports special sections on a strict deadline schedule; must be able to utilize and grow a network of community stringers, be a self-starter and be able to communicate with and assist the news staff as needed; must b able to adapt quickly to change. Clips, photo examples, page design samples and resume to Jonna Spelbring Priester, GM/editor, 18 S. Penn Av., Eminence, KY 40019 or e-mail editor@hclocal.com, with a subject line of “Sports Editor Position.” No calls.

— Openings at the Minneapolis (MN) Star Tribune: Aggressive and accomplished reporter who can cover Minneapolis City Hall and city issues, working most closely with a second city hall reporter to provide readers with news and enterprise coverage online and in print that focus on accountability/investigative work/perspective/great storytelling, delving into public records and databases, developing sources to tell readers what they need to know about what their city leaders are doing/who’s supporting them/where taxpayer money is going and will contribute to both blogs and the print edition.

Apprentice sports reporter whose beat will include all aspects of HS sports – game coverage, breaking news, features, profiles and enterprise on athletes/coaches/trends for use in print and online, wile blogging extensively and producing video on a regular basis; must work flexible hours, including nights and weekends, and take some early morning shifts updating the Web site with fresh content based on the news of the day, expanding on big games or performances from the night before with follow-up calls or e-mails and setting up big games for the coming day or weekend; will also help out off-season with coverage of local college and professional teams, write news and features and develop ideas for enterprise.

Part-time (25 hours/week) niche reporter who will cover trends and features for targeted publications and online products; must generate story ideas, participate in story generation brainstorming, report and write stories on high-utility and high-interest topics for readers in a wide range of products from health and charitable giving to business and sports; must assist in proofing stories, copy edit stories from syndicates/freelancers/staff, publish directly to the Web in the form of stories/blogs/tweets and use an evolving toolkit of Web products to engage audiences.

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; questions only (not applications) can be taken by Duchesne Drew, ME/operations and recruitment, at (612) 673-7111 or by e-mail at ddrew@startribune.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 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 East Liverpool (OH) Review seeks a GA reporter who has strong writing and organizing skills, and wants the opportunity to learn and advance a career; experience preferred, but the paper will consider those who have equivalent job experience. Clips and resume to Jim Mackey, ME, 210 E. Fourth St., East Liverpool, OH 43920 or e-mail jmackey@reviewonline.com.


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