Newspaper JobFile

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— Openings at Shaw Media (Crystal Lake, IL): Meteorologist who can produce forecasts for its suburban Chicago, Dixon, Sterling and Morris newspapers, an produce forecasts, maps, video and written reporting, can update social media regularly, can build and maintain a network of weather spotters, can meet all deadlines, reports in timely fashion on breaking weather phenomena and can work in tandem with marketing. Apply to Shaw Media — Meteorologist, Box 250, Crystal Lake, IL 60039.   EOE   (12/9)

— Openings at 22nd Century Media (Orland Park, IL): Orland Park-based editor who has a passion and talent for community news, can collaborate with three editors to develop award-inning content, wants to work in an atmosphere that is creative and entrepreneurial, can plan a weekly newspaper that consists of new/lifestyle/arts/sports sections, can report on the photograph local events and meetings, compile regular content items that include police reports/obituaries/community calendar, work well with freelancers, is detail-oriented, is a team player and is proficient in Microsoft Suite and InCopy. Driven Orland Park-based community news journalist with the same abilities. Three clips and resume to Bill Jones, ME, at bill@opprairie.com. No calls. EOE   (12/8)

— The H-F Chronicle (Flossmoor, IL) stringers (see online). EOE   (indef.)

— GateHouse Media seeks editors who love local news, think small and mid-sized towns are great places to call home and want to run a newsroom. With 494 community publications and more than 250 related Web sites from Chicago to New York and California, GateHouse-owned media reach 10 million people each week; must be innovative, digitally savvy, be great storytellers who will delight and inform readers and want to lead newsrooms into the future. Work samples and resume to Jean Hodges at jhodges@gatehousemedia.com. EOE   (indef.)

— The Champaign (IL) News-Gazette seeks a ` who can cover K-12 education and GA work as needed, is enterprise-oriented, can do watchdog work, can shoot photos, has CAR experience, can handle FOIA issues and can work night hours and weekends. Pay $15/hour, but is negotiable. Clips and resume to the News-Gazette HR Dept., Box 677, Champaign, IL 61824 or e-mail humanresources@news-gazette.com with a subject line of “reporter.” EOE   (12/8)

— The Now News Group (Milwaukee, WI) seeks a reporter (Job #3265 who is hard-working, has natural curiosity, can tell stories on deadline in a multi-media environment, is energetic and has solid skills. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett.   EOE     (12/9)

— Openings at the Wisconsin State Journal/Lee Enterprises regional design center (Madison, WI): A highly motivated and creative page designer who can bring a new dimension to Lee Enterprises’ brand of local newspapers and magazines; must fit in with a staff that is energetic, is working hard to change the perception of designers as merely visual people, works with the belief that good content drives readership, has the heart of a journalist and has an innovative mind; must be able to multitask, have experience in information and content design, have a strong instinct for problem solving, have a sense of urgency and have a passion for news; InDesign and Photoshop background preferred; apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FofES5fwA. .   EOE   (12/9)

— Openings at the Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern: Experienced editor (Job #423) who uses judgment and cutting-edge analytical tools to oversee teams of journalists in newsrooms in Oshkosh and Fond du Lac with substantial support from a 10-newsroom group and can execute sophisticated/aggressive/unconventional/solutions-oriented reporting; must be a newsroom leader with a record to back it up. Public safety reporter (Job #3266) who can cover breaking news, is a public safety watchdog, has strong news judgment and can shoot still photos and video. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/9)

— Openings at the Fond du Lac (WI) Reporter: Editor. (See Oshkosh Northwestern listing above).   (12/9)

— Openings at the Wausau (WI) Daily Herald: Experienced and self-driven public issues investigative reporter (Job #2518) with a minimum of five years experience who understands that digging up information that affects readers is a public service, can work with a team of watchdog reporters in central ‘Wisconsin, can provide thoughtful analysis of complex issues, can engage readers on social media and other digital platforms, knows how to analyze public records and utilize open records laws, is well-organized, is a critical thinker, is a vivid storyteller and can cover daily events while working on enterprising and in-depth journalism. Apply online at https://usr52.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/9)

— Openings at the Indianapolis (IN) Star: Pacers beat reporter (Job #2740) who will work in tandem with a backup reporter to break news, to provide analysis and context, can deliver deep enterprise and can take advantage of all delivery forms available. Apply online at https://usr52.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. EOE   (11/9)

 

— Openings at the Times of Northwest Indiana/Lee Enterprises regional design center (Munster, IN): Design team leader who can provide organization and professional leadership to designers serving on a central desk , can manage and produce designs and products for publication in a 365-day-a-year environment, can meet tight deadlines, can troubleshoot issues, can train designers on customer service and page design and knows InDesign CS6 or comparable programs; apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FoN5h6fwZ. A highly motivated and creative page designer who can bring a new dimension to Lee Enterprises’ brand of local newspapers and magazines; must fit in with a staff that is energetic, is working hard to change the perception of designers as merely visual people, works with the belief that good content drives readership, has the heart of a journalist and has an innovative mind; must be able to multitask, have experience in information and content design, have a strong instinct for problem solving, have a sense of urgency and have a passion for news; InDesign and Photoshop background preferred; apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FosII1fwD. Special presentation designer with the same abilities; apply online at http://lee.net/careers/opportunities/?p=job%2FopUR4fwY.   EOE   (12/6)

— The Kokomo (IN) Tribune seeks a managing editor with section editor experience who is comfortable telling stories in multiple ways, likes to dig into stories, has a creative team ready to present its work on a variety of platforms, can balance daily work with the chance to really explore a topic; will work with a staff videographer. Clips of your three best original enterprise stories, with resume, to jeff.kovaleski@kokomotribune.com. (12/6)

— The KPC Media Group (Kendallville, IN) seeks an editor who can oversee production of a newspaper, multitasks well, is sociable, is deadline-driven, wants to be involved in the community, can serve as a mentor and resource to the reporting team, can edit others’ material, maintains an active social media presence and has a solid understanding of AP style/Excel/social media. Apply online, with clips and resume, to hr@kpcmedia.com, using the subject line of “editor.”   (12/6)

— The Rensselaer (IN) Republican seeks a hands-on editor who is an existing writer/editor or #2 looking to make a move up; must cover everything from local government and hard news to enterprise stories in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. Work samples and resume to gperrotto@rensselaerrepublican.com. (12/6)

— The Anderson (IN) Herald Bulletin seeks a reporter who is a talented storyteller, can weave detailed stories for features and news sections and special projects; emphasis will be on arts/entertainment/food/social services/non-profits, making heavy use of social media and creating video to accompany stories. At least three work samples and resume to Heather Bremer, ME/digital, at heather.bremer@heraldbulletin.com. (12/6)

— The Jasper (IN) Herald seeks a talented page designer/copy editor who will work as part of a team of three. Design clips and resume to John Rumbach, publisher, at jrumbach@dcherald.com. (11/11)–

— Openings at the Creston (IA) News Advertiser: Reporter who understands what the online and mobile audience want, can develop sources in person and through social media channels, is comfortable when asked to shoot video or skills, understands that papers are part of a 24-hour news cycle, believes in immediacy, can handle a broad range of assignments and tells stories that show readers how the events and people portrayed are relevant to their lives; apply to the News Advertiser HR Dept., Box 126, Creston, IA 50801.   EOE   (12/9)

— Openings at the Iowa City (IA) Press-Citizen: Breaking news and courts reporter (see Press-Citizen listing under “online”). Education reporter (Job #3201) who is curious/driven/tenacious, can cover both K-12 and the University of Iowa and can keep an eye on what’s happening at the state and national levels, playing a watchdog role. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/8)

— Openings at the Springfield (MO) News-Leader: Watchdog reporter (Job #3103) who is inquisitive/imaginative/dogged, can work as part of an experienced watchdog team focused on enterprise work and institutional accountability, can illuminate and inform, can bring problems to light and can provide context for the community discussions that follow. Reporter (Job #2431) who is creative and competent, is eager to tell great stories drawn from the area with an emphasis on sports but can research/reports/writes compelling journalism that can inform and engage readers; must excel at digital storytelling and presentation and act as a public ambassador. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/9)

— Openings at the Louisville (KY) Courier-Journal: Investigative reporter (Job #3272) who is inquisitive/imaginative/dogged, can work as part of a new five-member team who will be focused on enterprise work and institutional accountability, can illuminate and inform, can bring problems to light and can provide context for the community discussions that follow. Education reporter (Job #2943) who can cut through jargon, can report stories from the perspectives of students/parents/teachers/taxpayers, can track and explain trends in curriculum, can use public data on the county/state/national level to undergird reporting, can deliver strong enterprise work and has the ability to tailor storytelling to multiple platforms. Designer (Job #3010) who can create visual concepts to communicate ideas that inform and captivate readers of 15 papers in states from Maine to Maryland. Apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/8)

— The Trimble Banner (Bedford, KY) seeks an editor with at least three years experience who can direct day-to-day editorial operations, can cover news, can shoot photos, can lay out pages, knows grammar/punctuation/AP style, has good news judgment, can work in a fast-paced environment, is well-organized and has working knowledge of social media. Apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/. (12/8)

— The Henry County Local (Eminence, KY) seeks a GA reporter/photographer who can cover several beats, can handle GA work and feature stories, can shoot photos and provide story ideas. Apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/628919.html. (12/8)

— The Lebanon (KY) Enterprise seeks a reporter/photographer who can cover several beats, can handle GA work and feature stories, can shoot photos and provide story ideas. Apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/602943.html. (12/8)

— Openings at the Casey County News (Liberty, KY): Reporter/photographer who can cover several beats, can handle GA work and feature stories, can shoot photos and provide story ideas; apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/635774.html.   (12/8)

— Openings at Landmark Community Newspapers (Shelbyville, KY): Editor-at-large 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.)

** The Crookston (MN) Daily Times seeks a sports editor/reporter (Job #2269936) who can start ASAP, can cover Crookston High School athletics, the local University of Minnesota campus and knows or can be trained on Photoshop and Quark. Clips and resume to Mike Christopherson, ME, 124 S. Broadway, Crookston, MN 56716, call (218) 280-0771 or e-mail mchristopherson@crookstontimes.com. (12/14)

— Openings at the St. Cloud (MN) Times: Education reporter (Job #3137) who can provide regular coverage of education and schools, focusing on local districts, trends and topics and provide a primarily watchdog role. Neighborhoods/breaking news reporter (Job #2822) who is creative and willing to experiment, can connect with the audience online, can find consistent enterprise and can uncover the important/interesting/entertaining stories in Sartell and Sauk Rapids. Apply online at https://usr52.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/8)

— Openings at the Detroit (MI) Free Press: Auto reporter (Job #3270) who can respond to breaking news, can write sophisticated enterprise, can do occasional watchdog pieces and can write about a large and complex industry in transition. Sports director (Job #2700) who can focus on Detroit’s Big Six: the Lions, Pitons, Red wings, Tigers, Wolverines and Spartans while championing daily and in-depth coverage of other NCAA schools and a robust preps scene. Apply online at https://usr52.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett.  (12/8)

** The Monroe (MI) News seeks a reporter (Job #2632) who is a self-starter, is good at generating story ideas, acts with urgency to collect and analyze breaking stories for use on all platforms, shows well-developed reporting and writing skills, can shoot video, can post content to social media, has good knowledge of AP style and can work night and weekend shifts when needed. Links to your best work, with resume, to Jill Nevels-Haun, executive editor, at jnevels-haun@monronews.com. (12/14)

— The Port Huron (MI) Times Herald seeks an education reporter (Job #3137) who can cover education-related topics from the elementary to collegiate levels for all platforms, is highly motivated, can tell compelling stories that resonate with audiences; must be able to write breaking stories and in depth work; job is largely a watchdog role because school districts are among area communities’ largest employers and largest spenders of taxpayer dollars. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett/Posting/View/11281. (12/8)

— The Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer seeks an investigative data and research reporter (Job #2889) who has a zeal for obtaining and analyzing data that sheds light on how well government agencies/nonprofits/other significant organizations operate in their efforts to serve the public, delivers insight into the data’s real-world impact and meaning, holding officials accountable and serving as a catalyst for positive change at all levels. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/8)

— The Mansfield (OH) News seeks an editor (Job #2862) who can plan and execute content to maximize community impact and story resonance on all platforms, oversee content that highlights discussions and debates on important community issues, has responsibility for editorial content, can analyze audience needs and develop complementary community content for all platforms. Apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/gannett. (12/8)

— The Morgan County News (Wartburg, TN) seeks an editor with at least three years experience who can direct day-to-day editorial operations, can cover news, can shoot photos, can lay out pages, knows grammar/punctuation/AP style, has good news judgment, can work in a fast-paced environment, is well-organized and has working knowledge of social media. Apply online at   https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicantpro.com/jobs/656490.html.   (12/8)

— Openings at the Omaha (NE) News-World: State government reporter (Job #1615) who is committed to watchdog journalism, is a hard-news junkie, can work as part of a four-person bureau, understands the nation’s only single-house legislature, thinks and writes quickly, is adept at gathering and reporting news and goes beyond official press releases; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2757. Photographer (visual journalist – Job #1659) who can shoot still photos and video packages, has an exceptional ability to cover breaking news and sports, including the Cornhuskers and College World Series; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2808. Reporter/photographer (multimedia journalist – Job #1341) who can cover spot news/features/sports, can produce/shoot/edit video packages on deadline, can stream live shots across online media channels, can occasionally be on air, can operate a TriCaster and can work in cooperation with the local Scripps station; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia. Sports copy editor/online editor (Job #1425) who can split time between daily editing and page layout and Website management that includes posting stories/sharing comments online and live event coverage; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2406. Copy editor (Job #1424) with the same abilities; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2404. (12/8)

— Openings at the Kearney (NE) Hub: Managing editor (Job #1766) who can lead an experienced staff of reporters/editors/image specialists, can look to the future, is innovative and puts the focus on producing the best content possible; apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/3038. Education reporter (Job #1708) who is skilled and creative, is willing to take risks, can develop content for print and digital use, knows online/mobile/social media, can lead projects and can cultivate a digital-first team environment; apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2924. (12/8)

** The Nebraska City (NE) News-Press, Syracuse (NE) Journal-Democrat and Hamburg (NE) Reporter seek a reporter (Job #226781) who is a self-starter, is good at generating story ideas, acts with urgency to collect and analyze breaking stories for use on all platforms, shows well-developed reporting and writing skills, can shoot video, can post content to social media, has good knowledge of AP style and can work night and weekend shifts when needed. Links to your best work, with resume, to Kirt Manion, editor, 823 Central Av., Nebraska City, NE 68410 or e-mail kmanion@ncnewspress.com. (12/14)

— The North Platte (NE) Telegraph seeks a multifaceted sports reporter (Job #1647) who can cover a wide variety of sports, including 35 area high schools, a junior college, mixed martial arts, car racing, rodeo and more; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2772. (12/8)

— The Greensboro (NC) News & Record seeks a government reporter (Job #1543) whose main function is to explain the issues that will affect readers’ lives and the forces that determine those issues, can serve as the newsroom’s lead reporter during election season, fan cover government bodies at the state/county/city level and will contribute much online. Apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2621. (12/8)

— Openings at the Hickory (NC) Daily Record: Assistant managing editor of the Carolina Design Center (Job #1523) who is a leader, sees a challenge as an opportunity instead of a barrier, is a self-starter, has great ideas, wants to work in an environment in which design is viewed as a priority in the daily presentation of the news and can help design a number of BH Media papers; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia. Copy editor/page designer (Job #1646 and 1728) who can handle daily design and copy editing, works well in a fast-paced environment, can write crisp headlines and cutlines, can design section fronts and inside pages and can post stories and photos online for a variety of newspapers; must be able to adapt to changing needs on a universal desk; apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2759 or https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/3038.  No calls. (12/8)

** The Jacksonville (NC) Daily News seeks an experienced reporter (Job #52699464) who is willing to jump head-first into coverage of breaking and developing news, can provide continuous information on a variety of topics, can use print and digital tools, can translate content to multiple platforms, is resourceful, respects journalistic principles and aggressively seeks professional transformation. Clips and resume to Chris Segal, ME, at chris.segal@jdnews.com. (12/14)

— Openings at the Winston-Salem (NC) Journal: Reporter (Job #1549) who can gather information and report compelling stories for use in print and online; must be a skilled interviewer, build a network of sources to develop stories ahead of the competition, shoot and edit video, collaborate with photographers and a graphic artist and work closely with editors and other writers; apply online at https://usr53.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2614. Sports reporter (Job #1521) who has a good sense of how their stories can best play in print and online, can cover the ACC with an emphasis on Wake Forest as well as a Chicago White “Sox farm team and legendary short-track auto racing. Apply online at https://us851.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/bhmedia/Posting/View/2536. (12/8)

 

MAGAZINE:

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

— Openings at In These Times (Chicago): Associate editor who is passionate about progressive politics, good writing, provocative ideas, challenging conventional wisdom and building a society that is devoted to liberty and justice for all; must be an ambitious editor, a careful fact-checker and have a sense of humor. Send three editing samples, three writing samples, a detailed resume educational transcripts and a letter containing the date you can join the staff to jobs@inthesetimes.com. No calls. EOE   (12/8)

— Crain’s Indianapolis (IN) Business seeks a freelance business reporter (Job #17-0051) who can cover business news in the area, has a strong grasp of AP style, can generate ideas, can take direction well and is fluent in promoting content on Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn. Apply online at www.crain.com. (12/8)

— Crain’s St. Louis (MO) Business seeks a freelance business reporter (Job #17-0047) who can cover business news in the area, has a strong grasp of AP style, can generate ideas, can take direction well and is fluent in promoting content on Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn. Apply online at www.crain.com. (12/8)

— Crain’s Twin Cities (MN) Business seeks a freelance business reporter (Job #17-0074) who can cover business news in the area, has a strong grasp of AP style, can generate ideas, can take direction well and is fluent in promoting content on Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn. Apply online at www.crain.com. (12/8)

** Openings at Finance & Commerce (Minneapolis, MN): Reporter (Job #52699418) with at least two yers experience and background working with public records who will cover economic development ranging from job creation and public incentives for businesses and real estate developers to Minnesota’s economy, banking conditions/financing/entrepreneurship/business issues, including the Mayo Clinic’s Destination Medical Center, in Rochester. Apply online at http://ghm.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2n5qetann1b?js_174975=&js_80225=&js_80225%5B%5D=540223&js_175958=&=1. (12/14)

** Minnesota Lawyer (Minneapolis, MN) seeks a reporter with experience covering the state and federal courts who can serve a niche audience that demands sophisticated coverage of key cases and decisions that shape the practice of law, explores how the courts operate, puts a spotlight on key players shaping policies and find stories compelling to an audience of lawyers/judges/legal experts/support staff/others; must have a strong working knowledge of the law. Apply online at http://ghm.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2n5qetgt6rh?js_174975=&js_80225=&js_80225%5B%5D=540223&js_175958=&=1. (12/15)

— Crain’s Raleigh-Durham (NC) Business seeks a freelance business reporter (Job #17-0045) who can cover business news in the area, has a strong grasp of AP style, can generate ideas, can take direction well and is fluent in promoting content on Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn. Apply online at www.crain.com. (12/8)

— Openings at South Carolina Living magazine (Cayce, SC): Writers who can produce 350- to 500-word profiles of World War II veterans to be compiled in booklet/book form; must have the ability to travel the state to conduct in-person interviews, have a digital camera capable of shooting high-res (300 dpi) images to deliver current images of each subject, have the capability to provide an audio recording of each interview for fact-checking purposes and have a demonstrated ability to tell a veteran’s story through anecdotes and interesting and accurate quotes, all delivered in a short format on tight deadlines; pay is $150 per profile; download the guidelines for the project at https://ecscscliving.box.com/s/fvl1a3m6vn1o0lpq72zs, and be prepared to supply one clip that best demonstrates your ability to deliver on the project and a short e-mail outlining your qualifications; profiles will be assigned on tight deadlines as veterans are identified; those who excel with this project will be considered for part-time and freelance work with the magazine. (Indef.)

 

 

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