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WIRE/NEWS SERVICE/SYNDICATION:

-- Dow Jones Newswires/Chicago seeks a reporter (Job #000100733) to cover the airline and aerospace industry from Chicago; must oversee coverage of the U.S. airline industry, collaborate with colleagues in Washington and with the Wall Street Journal, will lead coverage of the aerospace and defense sectors, including Boeing, break news on the corporate performance of the companies and analyze broader signals they provide for domestic and global economies and have a working knowledge of financial markets, especially corporate finance. Apply online at www.dowjones.com/careerswith five clips, a resume and pitches for two news stories and one feature. (5/30)

-- The Associated Press/Columbus, OH seeks a statehouse reporter who will work as half of a two-person team breaking news out of the legislature and government agencies, writing high-impact enterprise and accountability stories of state, national and international interest and coordinating with the other statehouse reporter and news editor on priorities and assignments; must have outstanding writing and reporting skills, the ability to develop sources, the ability to break news, have a constant flow of story ideas, have the ability to write about complex issues in a clear and engaging way, can make effective use of public records, has demonstrated skills in investigative and computer-assisted reporting and is able to recognize and develop deep stories of broad interest; experience in covering government and politics a plus. Apply online at http://ap.contacthr.com/15850131. (5/21)

** The Courthouse News Service seeks a part-time reporter to cover civil courts of law in and around Toledo, OH; a legal background is not required, but interest and ability in writing or journalism is a must; will visit the court clerk’s offices in downtown Toledo and make regular visits to surrounding jurisdictions to review new civil filings; expected work load is about 15 hours a week. E-mail 3-5 writing samples, resume and a letter of interest in Word of .pdf format to newjob6@courthousenews.com. (6/14)


NEWSPAPERS:

** The Chicago Current seeks stringers and freelance reporters with at least three years experience to cover public affairs in Chicago and Springfield; must blog on local and state government agencies, write features and enterprise pieces on the same topics for its print edition, have daytime availability, have a track record of meeting tight deadlines, have great writing skills and have the ability to develop enterprise and feature pieces off a beat. E-mail at least three clips or links to clips and resume to jobs@chicagocurrent.com. EOE (6/14)

** Suburban Life Publications (Downers Grove, IL) seeks a part-time photo assistant who will spend about half the time processing staff and submitted photos, handling archive requests and undertaking production tasks; the rest of the time will be spent creating unique content for publications including taking photo assignments, assembling slideshows and generating multimedia stories in a 32-hour work week. Local candidates only. E-mail portfolio and resume to Mark Colosimo, executive editor, at mcolosimo@mysuburbanlife.com. (6/14)

-- 22nd Century Media (Orland Park, IL) seeks an assistant editor who can compile the weekly community calendar, coordinate the faith page, put together police reports, complete stories and cover news events as needed, conduct a weekly photo poll and perform the other duties of an assistant editor; must be detail-oriented and energetic, have a creative mindset, have proficiency in Microsoft Suite, InCopy and photography. Send three writing samples and resume via e-mail to heather@opprairie.com. No calls. EOE (6/7)

-- The Woodstock (IL) Independent seeks an editorial assistant who will read and log all press releases, determine which pertinent information should be published and in what form, work with staff to create a community section that conveys what is happening and presents it in a way that is engaging and intuitive to readers, maintain several weekly features such as “Flashbacks,” by going through back issues and pulling headlines and news, legal notices and real estate transaction; background with AP style, basic html and a masterful grasp of spelling, grammar and punctuation helpful. E-mail resume in Word format to gm@thewoodstockindependent.com and news@thewoodstockindependent.com using the subject line of “Editorial Assistant.” EOE (6/7)

-- The Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL) seeks an entertainment editor who lives and breathes pop culture, has an eye for great design, can turn that into eye-popping newspaper pages, dreams entertainment and is a movie, music and technology buff; must be organized and outgoing, be familiar with pop culture, know established and u-and-coming bands and can write centerpiece stories, a weekly entertainment column, edit press releases, crop and tone photos, field reader questions and concerns, design and edit pages, do proofreading and handle other feature/lifestyle content; must work well under pressure and meet all deadlines, reporting to the features editor. E-mail work samples and resume to Scott Helmchen, features editor, at nwhfeatures@gmail.com. EOE (5/23)

-- The Sauk Valley Newspapers (Sterling, IL) seek a photographer who will work as part of a three-person staff; must be dependable and flexible, have the ability to work independently or in a team, can produce regular photo pages, can add to a photo blog and can work some nights and weekends. Send 12-15 samples of your work and resume to Alex Paschal, photo editor, 3200 LIncolnway, Box 498, Sterling, IL 61081 or e-mail apaschal@svnmail.com. EOE (5/17)

-- Openings at the Decatur (IL) Herald & Review: Motivated, creative copy editor/page designer who has a command of grammar, usage, spelling, punctuation and consistency with publication style; must write snappy headlines and design eye-catching pages nightly; Quark background a big plus. Part-time sports clerk who has a basic knowledge of sports, is bright and dependable, can work 6:30-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 6:30-10:45 p.m. Fridays, can spell accurately and can take sports results for the paper. Work samples and resume to John Reidy, night editor, 601 E. William St., Decatur, IL 562523, e-mail jreidy@herald-review.com, or apply online at www.herald-review.com/hrjobs. EOE (6/12)

-- The Oshkosh (WI) Northwestern seeks a news editor for a regional copy desk who will supervise and oversee copy editing of news pages, opinion pages, feature pages and weekend sections for the Northwestern and two sister papers, the Fond du Lac (WI) Reporter and Sheboygan (WI) Press; the news editor must work closely with the executive editors of all three papers to assure that production deadlines are met for print products, and must work closely with the city/managing editors of the papers on the selection of appropriate news and information, as well as the design of each publication; must establish training and workflow procedures, be up-to-date on current events, know Office, Quark/InDesign and Photoshop and be able to multi-task daily. Send work samples and resume, with latter stating salary requirements, to careers@oshkosh.gannett.com. (6/12)

-- The Wausau (WI) Daily Herald seeks a self-motivated, resourceful and tenacious hard-news reporter with at least 1-2 years experience who is well-organized, is a strong communicator, can work as part of a team and can produce content for the Web as well as print. Clips and resume to Mark Treinen, ME, Box 1286, Wausau, WI 54402-1286 or e-mail mtreinen@wdhprint.com. (6/7)

-- The Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster, IN) seeks a highly-motivated and creative page designer who can also do graphic illustration, copy editing, headline writing, communication with the public and work as part of a team; must be a good time manager and organizer, be able to accurately gauge project duration, deliver on deadlines and manage a workload with possible conflicting priorities; knowledge of sports a must. Apply online at http://www.nwi.com/timesjobs. EOE (6/12)

** The Muncie (IN) Star-Press seeks an experienced page designer who has visual storytelling running through the veins, has expert knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop, can improve stories, can write crisp headlines, knows AP style, can develop art/illustration-driven pages and can do basic posting and uploading of stories to the Web; front-page design experience highly desirable. Work samples and resume to Kara St. Myer, design director, Box 2408, Muncie, IN 47307-0408 or e-mail kmyer@muncie.gannett.com. (6/14)

-- Openings at the Kendallville (IN) News Sun: News and sports reporter who will cover LaGrange County. Reporter to cover news in DeKalb County; proven writing skills a must. Clips and resume to Nancy Sible, HR Dept., Box 39, Kendallville, IN 46755 or e-mail nancys@kpcnews.net. (6/7)

** The New Castle (IN) Courier-Times seeks a news editor with reporting, news design and new media experience; must have natural curiosity, superior writing and editing skills, be well-organized, have a good work ethic, know AP style, have the ability to communicate professionally with people from diverse backgrounds and have the ability to meet deadlines consistently. Work samples, resume and references to Randy Rendfield, ME, 201 S. 14th St., New Castle, IN 47362 or e-mail couriertimesjobs@gmail.com. No calls or visits without appointments. (6/14)

** The Anderson (IN) Herald-Bulletin seeks an ambitious reporter to cover business and local communities; must be a highly-professional team player, committed to top-notch journalism and capable of meeting all deadlines. Send 3-5 clips, resume and references to Steve Dick, associate editor, Box 1090, Anderson, IN 46015 or e-mail all submissions in one e-mail message to steve.dick@heraldbulletin.com. (6/14)

-- The Columbus (IN) Republic seeks a GA news and feature reporter who will cover news beats two days a week, help with posting to the Web, is enthusiastic and team-oriented, understands community journalism and has a flair for the feature writing that is the balance of the job; clips and resume to Brenda Showalter, features editor, at bshowalter@therepublic.com. Sports editor who is enthusiastic, is self-starting, understands prep sports and community journalism, can focus on enterprise and features as well as game recaps; must have a can-do attitude and a good work ethic and must be willing to relocate to Columbus; clips, resume and a letter outlining your sports philosophy to Bob Gustin, editor, at rlgustin@therepublic.com. (5/24)

-- The Richmond (IN) Palladium-Item seeks an experienced copy editor/page designer who can determine the need for rewriting and/or tightening, make recommendations on story presentation, post stories to Web sites, have strong news judgment skills, knows AP style, has basic computer skills, knows pagination (InDesign) and has strong grammar and layout skills; must be able to work a late after/evening and weekend schedule. Work samples, resume and letter with salary history to Brian Guth, ME, 1175 N. A St., Richmond, IN 47374, fax (765) 973-4750 or e-mail bguth@pal-item.com. (6/1)

-- The Madison (IN) Courier seeks a GA reporter who wants the freedom to explore story ideas, get coaching from experienced editors to spur professional growth, and can do both hard news and feature writing; design and pagination skills are a plus. Clips and resume to apply@endeavorsky.com. (6/7)

** Openings at the Des Moines (IA) Register: Assistant politics/state editor who will supervise the politics/state team, prioritize assignments, edit government and political copy for print and online use, develop story ideas, assure consistent flow of strong enterprise for front-page leads and centerpieces, lead in the development and execution of coverage plans for elections and special projects, assist in the management of political digital products, Web and mobile; must produce exclusive content for the papers politics Web site, including audio, video chats and searchable databases; must be able to work a schedule of 10a-8p Monday-Thursday ant noon-10p Friday; send at least 10 clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Register HR Dept. Sports copy editor, who can edit copy for a sports section that prides itself on a sophisticated and in-depth approach to prep sports, as well as the Big Ten, Big 12, four Division I universities, a AAA baseball team, basketball team, and burgeoning auto-racing scene; the paper will consider recent grads with proven background in copy editing and page design; work samples, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Register HR Dept., 715 Locust St., Des Moines, IA 50309, fax (515) 286-2526, e-mail dklootwyk@dmreg.com or apply online at www.desmoinesregister.com/apply. (6/14)

** The Clinton (IA) Herald seeks an entry-level staff writer who can cover local beats that can include the area’s city councils, school boards, businesses and timely features; must be a proficient writer, typer and people person. Clips and resume to Scott Levine, associate editor, 221 Sixth Av. South, Clinton, IA 52732 or e-mail scottleveine@clintonherald.com. EOE (6/14)

** The Iowa City (IA) Press-Citizen seeks a GA reporter with 2-3 years experience who can cover local government and other stories that have a meaningful impact on readers’ lives whether it’s from a city budget or a neighborhood drama; must have a sharp eye for interesting stories, be a strong writer and have blogging skills while videography background is a plus but not a must. Send at least five clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements c/o the Des Moines Register HR Dept., 715 Locust, Des Moines, IA 50309, fax (515) 286-2526, e-mail dklootwyk@dmreg.com or apply online at www.desmoinesregister.com/apply. (6/12)

-- The Joplin (MO) Globe seeks an experienced page designer/copy editor for its night design desk who can write compelling headlines for local news and feature sections, design eye-catching pages under deadline pressure, display an eye for accuracy and sound news judgment and has experience with Quark, NewsEdit Pro, Photoshop and AP style. Work samples and resume to Brent Fisher, design editor, Box 7, Joplin, MO 64802 or e-mail bfisher@joplinglobe.com. EOE (6/7)

-- GateHouse Media/Lake of the Ozarks, MO seeks a manager for three weekly newspapers who can work with the editorial staff, oversee content plans, produce opinion pieces, attend events, develop a stronger community presence and develop the papers’ Web capabilities; should have weekly experience, strong writing and copy editing skills. Three clips and resume to resumes1217@yahoo.com. (6/7)

-- Openings at the Springfield (MO) News-Leader: Night editor who can be the paper's top decision maker deep into the evening, can lead efforts to create the best possible newspaper and Web sites possible, has a record of department leadership and solid news judgment, is a master of such skills as headline writing and page design, believes in tight editing, can supervise breaking news at night, can keep Web sites fresh, can create a high-performing and high-impact team through feedback and training, can collaborate with other editors and departments and either knows or can quickly learn Quark, Photoshop and html; send digital work samples or the URL to the Web site featuring your work, with resume. Legislative/state government correspondent who can keep an eye on legislators and report and write breaking news, enterprise and watchdog stories during the session in Jefferson City; at other times, the successful candidate will work as a GA reporter in Springfield, mixing local coverage with stories on state issues that affect the readers and community; e-mail print/digital work samples and resume. City Hall reporter with at least five years of beat reporting experience who has an ability to create enterprise/investigative coverage using records and data, experience using FOIA and state data laws to gather information from your beat, experience using digital tools and social networking in your reporting, has a desire to shine light into dark corners, has a nose for news, is not allergic to a 24/7 news cycle, Business reporter with at least five years experience with the energy and passion to create enterprise coverage of the area's health care industry for use in print and online; should be able to build a beat, tear apart operating statements for greater insight, have experience covering nonprofit corporations, is focused on the impact of events on consumers and business owners alike and understands that the best coverage comes through collaboration with colleagues and can create multimedia content that includes audio clips, podcasts, video, photos and photo galleries and can interact with readers/users through blogs, online forums and beat advisory groups. Apply online at
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