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-- 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. EOE (7/22)

-- GateHouse Media (Rockford, IL) seeks to build a high-quality team of copy editors/page designers who can not only clean up copy and write sharp headlines but can also lay out attractive and compelling newspaper pages as part of its new “Design House” central design desk; must provide a final read of all copy, use page design software and a centralized front-end system to lay out a steady stream of news pages from beginning to end, publish stories to appropriate Web sites, follow GateHouse content strategy, work with local editors from across the country to improve its newspapers, multi-task, work as team players, juggle tasks with dozens of colleagues, demonstrate solid copy-editing skills and display background in page layout software (InDesign preferred), Web publishing (Saxotech preferred) and copy editing (AP style). Up to five page samples and resume to Jennie Broecker, metro central desk director, 99 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61104 or apply online (preferred) at http:///www.gatehousemedia.com/careers/design-team. EOE (7/22)

-- 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. EOE (Indef.)


NEWSPAPERS:

-- The Wall Street Journal Chicago bureau seeks a keen-eyed and incisive reporter (Job #100003753) who can roam a 12-state region in search of lively and revealing news and feature stories that focus on the Midwestern economy, how it reflects and differs from the national scene. Apply online at http://careers.newscorp.com/Job/Details/5956. (7/22)

-- Suburban Life Newspapers (Downers Grove, IL) seeks freelance reporters who want to make a difference in people’s lives, make the towns the chain serves better places to live and have a commitment to telling stories in non-traditional way, placing a heavy emphasis on alternative story formats and multimedia storytelling. Chicago-area applicants only. No more than five work samples or a link to your portfolio, a resume and a letter introducing yourself to Jonathan K. Schuler, executive editor, at jschuler@mysuburbanlife.com. EOE (7/22)

-- The Morris (IL) Daily Herald seeks an energetic high school sports reporter; must be able to develop sources, stay on top of the news, take chances with innovative enterprise and feature reporting, put experience in a deadline-driven daily or collegiate newspaper to work, write clear and concise copy, have a passion for community journalism, work collaboratively with photographers and editors to produce a great newspaper and Web site and do a limited amount of page design; must have solid knowledge of AP style and grammar, while background with the Web and multimedia is a plus. Clips and resume to Becky Early, HR mgr., Box 749, Morris IL 60450 or e-mail Patrick Graziano, ME, at pgraziano@morrisdailyherald.com. EOE (7/10)

-- Openings at the DeKalb (IL) Daily Chronicle: Energetic sports editor who can lead the paper’s coverage of NIU and HS athletics, can grow print and digital audience, relishes taking chances with innovative enterprise and feature ideas, can maintain and expand an award-winning sports Web site, is deadline driven, has the ability to write clear/concise/engaging stories on deadline, has a passion for community sports, can work collaboratively with photographers and reporters and can design pages using InDesign, with solid familiarity with AP style and grammar. Six clips and resume to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., attn: Sports Editor, 1586 Barber Greene Rd., DeKalb, IL 60115 or e-mail editorialrecruitment@shawsuburban.com. EOE (7/10)

-- The Rockford (IL) Register-Star seeks copy editor/page designers as GateHouse Media moves to centralize page design and copy editing in Rockford for all of its newspapers. Must be able to provide a final read of all copy submitted for a variety of publications, use page design software and a centralized front-end system, lay out a steady stream of news pages, publish final stories to appropriate Web sites, edit and produce special sections and work with editors across the country to continually improve papers; should be well-versed in AP style and InDesign. Work samples and resume to Jennie Broecker, Design House director, 99 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61104 or e-mail jbroecker@corp.gatehousemedia.com. EOE (7/22)

-- The McDonough County Voice (Macomb, IL) seeks an editor who can organize and direct staff, paginate, write and represent the paper in the community; will consider college grads with leadership experience or professional reporters seeking to move into a management position. Work samples and resume to Tom Martin, Register-Mail editor, 140 S. Prairie St., Galesburg, IL 61401 or e-mail (preferred) tmartin@register-mail.com. EOE (7/22)

-- The Quincy (IL) Herald-Whig seeks an experienced reporter who can provide coverage for print and the Web/mobile/social media/other interactive platforms, is a strong writer, has background in new media and can shoot and edit video. Work samples and resume to Don Crim, ME, 130 S. Fifth St., Quincy, IL 62301 or e-mail dcrim@whig.com. EOE (6/25)

-- Openings at the State Journal-Register (Springfield, IL): Executive news editor with at least five years experience who will oversee the daily newsroom operations, including organization, selection and presentation of news on all platforms, set annual goals for newsroom operations, direct staff, implement and assist in visually enhancing print editions, has sharp multimedia skills and can priorities and work on deadline effectively. Suburban reporter with 3-5 years experience who can cover state/county/city law enforcement in an accurate, balanced and fair manner, can meet daily deadlines, understands grammar and AP style, can file FOIA requests, can shoot/edit/upload video/photos/audio to various platforms, can build connections and audiences through the use of Facebook, Twitter and other social media tools, can manage and curate the company’s Web sites with the online editor and can plan ahead, communicating effectively with supervisors. Copy editor who can work with the night metro and sports editors and be among the final eyes in the newsroom to check copy, become proficient in the company’s content management system, Saxotech, monitor news sources at all levels to keep the Web site updated with the latest headlines, finalize content placement and overall appearance of the Web site, assist reports with basic editing of stories, with posting and breaking news video and other multimedia pieces, provide multimedia coverage/shoot video/live blog events and prepare articles/sidebars/photos/Web elements for use in print and online; familiarity with the Springfield area and the ability to work a 2-11 p.m. shift are pluses. Clips, resume and contact information for references to Inez Harris, HR mgr., 1 Copley Plaza, Springfield, IL 52701 or e-mail jobs@sj-r.com. EOE (7/22)

** Openings at the Decatur (IL) Herald & Review: Ambitious reporter to cover county and township government with a dash of political reporting thrown in, can provide lively enterprise stories for the front page each moth, do some GA reporting and can cover breaking news off the beat. Six reporting samples, a resume and a letter outlining what you can do, to Dave Dawson, ME, 601 E. William, Decatur, IL 62525 or e-mail ddawson@herald-review.com. EOE (7/22)

** Openings at the Effingham (IL) Daily News: Editor who is an experienced newsroom leader, can guide/organize/motivate a staff of nine, can write/edit/design/do layout and can communicate well with both employees and readers. Sports editor who can write and shoot photos, knows Quark and can design the sports pages. Sports writer/photographer with the same abilities. Reporter/photographer who can keep the Web updates, do design and layout pages; the ability to cover sports as well as news is a plus but not a must. Clips, page design samples and resume for either job to Steve Raymond, publisher, at steve.raymond@effinghamdailynews.com. EOE (7/23)

-- The Carmi (IL) Times seeks a managing editor who has demonstrated skills in digital and print media, can manage a staff of two, can report and write local news, can help the staff to develop creative storytelling methods in print and online, can coordinate among departments to produce attractive and organized print products, assure deadlines are met, has good news judgment, has a sense of urgency and immediacy, can help produce a Web site that thrives on multimedia content and consistent updates, can engage readers through social media platforms, can encourage readers to contribute Web and print content, can promote change and growth within the newsroom and understands the dynamics of small communities. Apply online at http://www.gatehousemedia.com/careers. EOE (7/22)

-- CNI Newspapers (Waukesha, WI) seeks a reporter (Job #1372) who is energetic, is a solid news finder, can produce quality copy, can meet all deadlines, is aggressive and motivated, is a driven individual with a “can do” attitude, can cover suburban Milwaukee city government/schools/police/fire/features/issues/trends/occasional project reporting and demonstrate good storytelling technique; must have a keen sense for news, communicate and work effectively with others, and work well as part of a team; skills in photography, live blogging, video and audio are helpful but not a must. Apply online, and attach work samples/online links and resume, at www.jobsatjournalsentinel.com. EOE (7/22)

** Lake County Publications (Hartland, WI) seeks a reporter (Job #1379) who is energetic, has solid reporting and writing skills, can produce quality copy, can meet all deadlines, is aggressive and motivated, is driven with a “can do” attitude, can cover an array of stories that will include city government, schools, police and fire, human interest features, issues and trends, occasional project reporting and has a nose for finding interesting angles. Apply by sending links to work online or samples to www.jobsatjournalsentinel.com. EOE (7/22)

** The Fond du Lac (WI) Reporter seeks a reporter (Job #5004) who has solid digital/print/social media/database reporting skills, can write stories for print and digital use, can cover a variety of topics and interests, can provide skillful journalism daily, excels at enterprise coverage including community safety issues such as police/fire/legal, is skilled at CAR and database creation, understands governmental funding models and can shoot video, record audio and provide photos. Apply online at https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Gannett&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&career_job_req_id=5004&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=KDkj%2flJJ3QVV62oj9DidyZHQXiw%3d. (7/22)

-- The Wausau (WI) Daily herald seeks an energetic and digitally-savvy reporter who can cover breaking news and public safety, can get key information on breaking news to online/social media/mobile readers first, then develop a deeper next-day approach for print readers; will cover police, fire, courts and other forms of breaking news, and shoot video and stills; must be well-organized and self-starting and always take the initiative. Clips and resume to Mark Trienen, editor, Box 1286, Wausau, WI 54402-1286, e-mail mtreinen@wausau.gannett.com or apply online at https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=3650&company=Gannett&username. (6/25)

** The twice-weekly Tomah (WI) Journal seeks a reporter who can cover city and county government, police, features, breaking news, Web updates and maintain the paper’s Facebook site; photo skills are a plus; must be able to cover evening and weekend assignments. The paper will consider recent grads. Apply online, with five clips of your work, which is located on the second page of the application form, to http://www.lee.net/careers/openings.html. (7/13)

** Openings at the Times of Northwest Indiana (Munster, IN): Assistant copy desk chief/assistant night editor with at least three years management experience who can manage a group of energetic designers, schedule staff to produce broadsheets/tabloids/magazines, can define/create/develop/coordinate/implement new ideas and technologies, can work with content editors to develop creative and effective story packages and has an innovative mind. A highly-motivated and creative senior design team leader who can bring a new dimension to a heavily-zoned local newspaper; must be energetic, work to change the perception of designers as merely visual people, function as a content editor, have the heart of a journalist and an innovative mind, understand the fast-paced newsroom environment, manage several tasks at once, have a strong instinct for problem solving, have a sense of urgency and have a passion for news; InDesign and Photoshop background preferred. Features page designer who can bring a new dimension to the paper’s brand of local publications, believes that good content derives readership, pushes staff to be content editors, has the heart of a journalist and an innovative mind, understands that fast-paced newsroom environment, can manage several tasks simultaneously, is experienced in information and content design and has a strong instinct for problem-solving; experience with InDesign and Photoshop preferred. Apply online at http://nwi.com/timesjobs. EOE (7/22)

-- The Elkhart (IN) Truth seeks a copy editor/page designer for a universal presentation desk who has experience in text editing, headline writing and page design and is equally at home working in social media and digital journalism. Work samples and resume to Greg Halling, ME, 421 S. Second St., Elkhart, IN 45616 or e-mail ghalling@etruth.com. (7/1)

** Openings at the Lafayette (IN) Journal & Courier: A versatile desk hand to direct its night sports operation, with 3-5 years experience in content editing and production; slot person will be the sports liaison between the paper and Gannett’s design studio in Louisville; send supporting materials and resume to Jim Stafford, senior editor news/sports, at jstafford@jconline.com. A passionate, relentless visual and performing arts reporter who can also cover weekend entertainment, the local food scene and other “fun stuff;” e-mail your six best feature clips, a resume and your coverage “battle plan” to Emily Carroll, features editor, at ecarroll@jconline.com, but only after doing your homework about the paper and its market. (7/23)

-- The Huntington (IN) Herald-Press seeks a sports editor who is hands-on, has the writing/editing/photo skills to cover local sports including high school and collegiate levels, is a personable writer, has a commitment and passion for community journalism and excels at coverage of all types of sports; must have a positive attitude and a love of learning, and experience with Photoshop and social networking is a must. Three clips, photos samples, resume and references to Rebecca Sandlin, editor, at rsandlin@h-ponline.com or to David Penticuff, regional editor, at dpenticuff@chronicle-tribune.com. No calls. (7/2)

-- Openings at the Logansport (IN) Pharos-Tribune: News editor who has a knack for online and video journalism and can keep the momentum of single-copy sales growing, can master a city ad county beat, can balance line editing and planning with the associate editor, can edit some weekends and when the associate editor is out of the office, has great news judgment, is full of ideas ad has the eye for detail ad discipline for learning the paper’s system and posting its stories. Police and courts reporter who is looking to make a name for him/herself and can cover a wide range of stories ranging from school board meetings to human interest pieces and the off-beat stories the whole town will talk about; photo skills a big plus. Send your six best clips, a resume and a lettering explaining why you’re the best person for the job to Kelly Hawes, editor, 517 E. Broadway, Logansport, IN 46947 fax (574) 732-5070 or e-mail kelly.hawes@pharostribune.com. (7/2)

-- Openings at the Marion (IN) Chronicle-Tribune: Page designer who is creative, is ready to be tested as a journalist, can assist a fast-paced desk in publishing multiple products, is a strong leader, is comfortable working in both print and digital and has background with InDesign ad Photoshop. Experienced reporter who can cover economics and business, is not afraid to ask tough questions, has a passion for telling stories about people, can untangle complicated dealings involving public and private financing, can work on enterprise efforts and can deliver work in print and digital formats; experience covering business is a big plus. Clips and resume to David Penticuff, editor, 610 S. Adams St., Marion, IN 46953 or e-mail dpenticuff@chronicle-tribune.com. (6/25)

-- The Connersville (IN) News-Examiner seeks a GA reporter who is committed to pursuing meaty stories on a daily basis that will include youth and schools, health and wellness and some government and politics; must be sharp, fast, committed to accuracy and good writing and produce balanced reporting. E-mail one clip, a resume and three professional references to bhansen@newsexaminer.com. No calls. (7/2)

-- Openings at the Franklin (IN) Daily Journal: Experienced and versatile reporter who can analyze and write well, meet deadlines, take complicated issues and make them understandable and cover an array of news that will include business, government and legislative issues; must do daily stories and long-term pieces. Page Designer/copy editor who has impeccable editing and headline writing skills, is detail-oriented, works well under deadline pressure, does creative layouts that sizzle, has outstanding news judgment, is proficient in InDesign and Illustrator and has the ability to design front/business/lifestyle/sports pages. Sports editor. Work samples and resume to mholtkamp@dailyjournal.net. (7/23)

** The Monticello (IN) Herald Journal seeks a GA reporter/photographer who has solid InDesign skills, strictly follows AP style, can work well with local police/fire/government officials, can work mixed hours and weekends as needed, can assist with layout, can manage freelancers, can update the Web site and social media platforms, and can write features and enterprise stories in the off-season. Apply by e-mail to editorcft@gmail.com. (7/23)

** The Princeton (IN) Daily Clarion seeks a versatile community reporter who can switch from covering cops and courts to kids, corn and coal without blinking; should be able to write about a budget, proof a page, return a coach’s call into a sports short on deadline and is a true GA person. Clips and resume to andrea@pdclarion.com. (7/24)

** Openings at the Columbus (IN) Republic: Editor who can direct news operations, is a positive role model, leads by example, creates award-winning content, creates a welcoming environment for talented journalists, believes in multiple delivery platforms but recognizes that the paper’s future lies in delivering quality content to the audience in print, places an emphasis on quality design and creative storytelling, is a community watchdog and is ready to hit the ground running; e-mail resume and letter outlining your goals for the paper to Jennifer Manning, at to jmanning@homenewsenterprises.com. Sports writer/copy editor who combines sharp writing/reporter/editing skills with an eye for design, provide strong coverage of the local sports scene, produce copy that is clean and fluent, write inviting headlines and create attention-grabbing pages; e-mail six work samples and resume to mbaldwin@therepublic.com. (7/23)

-- The Sullivan (IN) Daily Times seeks a reporter/photographer who is punctual with deadlines and is versatile enough to cover a range of stories. Pay $450-500/week plus mileage reimbursement; no relocation expenses. Clips, resume and references tomanagement.sdt@gmail.com. EOE (7/10)

-- Openings at the Jeffersonville (IN) News and Tribune: Self-motivated public safety beat reporter who can cover police and ire departments in Clark and Floyd Counties, can cover court proceedings, can make phone calls in the early morning or dead of night to sources, can report/write quickly and accurately on deadline, is comfortable with balancing daily crime stories with larger projects and can show consistent energy and drive; apply to Shea Van Hoy, editor, or e-mail shea.vanhoy@newsandtribune.com. Motivated and well-organized sports editor who can manage coverage of a dozen Clark and Floyd County HS teams, working with one reporters and a designer and a stable of freelance writers and photographers, can lead daily sports section planning, can cover events and write features and can make sure social media and the Web are updated as the paper seeks to increase its digital and mobile presence; resume to Bill Hanson, 221 Spring St., Jeffersonville, IN 476130 or e-mail bill.hanson@newsandtribune.com. (7/6)

** Openings at the Ames (IA) Tribune: Prep sports reporter who can meet deadlines, write clean copy for Web and print, shows creativity in developing features and enerprise, can write in alternative story formats, embraces news and social media, can handle real-time reporting, can work nights and weekends and can write for affiliated niche publications; apply to Bobby LaGesse, sports editor, or e-mail rlagesse@amestrib.com. Versatile sports copy editor/page designer with at least one year experience in a daily news environment or a strong hands-on internship who will join a four-person desk that has responsibility for the Tribune’s sports sections and also edits and designs for its weekly music/entertainment section Ames Out Loud, as well as other special sections; must manage multiple projects well, make deadlines, know InDesign and be comfortable working in print and digital content management systems on a shift that includes Saturday nights; up to five work samples, a resume and contact information for three references to Andy Rohrback, presentation editor, or e-mail arohrback@amestrib.com. Government reporter with at least two years experience who thrives on the political scene, can report/write short- and long-form stories for print and digital media, can produce clean copy and usable photos/video/sound on tight digital and print deadlines, ca develop a beat, can cultivate sources, can be the first to report news and issues in the area, can understand and explain budgets/contracts/other complex documents, can follow legislation/issues/trends/court cases affecting cities and counties and the people who live in them and can understand and effectively use social media and real-time reporting to enhance the news report and relationship with readers; must be willing to work nights, weekends and split shifts as needed;no more than five clips, resume and contact information for three references to Todd Burras, city editor, 317 Fifth St., Ames, IA 50010 or e-mail tburras@amestrib.com. No calls. (7/23)

** The Burlington (IA) Hawk Eye seeks a reporter who can cover public safety issues and courts in a six-county area of Iowa and Illinois that straddles the Mississippi River, can hit the ground running and can provide compelling and comprehensive coverage. Work samples, resume and references to Dale Alison, ME, Box 10, Burlington, IA 52601-0010 or e-mail dalison@thehawkeye.com. No calls. EOE (7/23)

** Openings at the Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette: K-12 education reporter who is innovative, has strong interactive/digital skills for a converged news team, knows that strong coverage is about far more than meeting coverage, brings a watchdog attitude and an eye for enterprise stories to the table, has the desire to connect with the audience on an ongoing basis online, can spot trends, can ask tough questions,has strong analytical chops, can get past educational jargon, can explain concepts clearly and concisely, knows explanatory and alternative storytelling styles, is flexible, is self-motivated, is a go-getter, is a strong multi-tasker and problems solver, works well as part of a team and meets all deadlines. Business reporter with 3-5 years experience who can collect accurate and atomized content, can explore new ways of newsgathering, can identify and shoot still and video content, can record audio, brings a watchdog attitude, has an eye for enterprise story ideas, has the desire to connect with an audience on an ongoing basis online, can spot trends, asks tough questions, has strong analytical chops, can get past jargon, explains concepts in clear and concise ways, has experience with explanatory and alternative storytelling and has strong multimedia reporting skills; must be flexible, self-motivated, a go-getter, a strong multi-tasker, a problem solver, have basic Web skills and be able to use WordPress, Audacity, Final Cut or equivalents. Sports reporter (see KCRG-TV listing under “television)”. Six recent clips and resume to the SourceMedia Group HR Dept., Box 511, 50 Third Av. SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 or e-mail sourcemediahr@sourcemedia.net. (7/23)

-- The Iowa City (IA) Press-Citizen seeks a reporter to cover its University of Iowa beat who can spot stories that have meaningful impact on readers’ lives whether it emerges from an agenda, a budget, a classroom or the human drama of daily events; must be willing to dig up newsy stories that go beyond basic reporting, can break news and own coverage to deliver deeply-reported stories and compete for front page and local front with regularity; must be a strong interviewer/reporter/writer and multimedia experience is a plus. Apply online, including five clips and resume, at https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=3789&company=Gannett&username=. (6/25)

-- The Muscatine (IA) Journal seeks a multi-purpose sports editor who is a proven leader, can reporter/design/edit well, places a heavy emphasis on HS sports and can do it in unique and innovative ways, is a self-starter, is a newsroom leader and has a huger for enterprise journalism that goes beyond mere game coverage; multimedia expertise is a plus. Clips and resume to the Journal attn: Sports Editor, 301 E. Third St., Muscatine, IA 52761 or apply online at www.muscatinejournal.com/app/workhere/. (6/25)

-- The Newton (IA) Daily News seeks a editor who can lead the newsroom staff, can plan and edit content for print and online editions, can write local stories, can paginate, embraces community journalism, is a good coach and has a passion to publish great products. Work samples and resume to Dan Goetz, publisher, Box 967, Newton, IA 50208 or e-mail dgoetz@newtondailynews.com. (7/6)

-- The weekly West Liberty (IA) Index seeks an energetic, community-minded editor with at least two years reporting experience; background in layout and photography is a plus. Three clips, resume and contact information for three references to Jake Krob, publisher, Box 129, Mt. Vernon, IA 52314 or e-mail publisher@mtvernonlisbonsun.com. (7/10)

-- The St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch seeks a strong and innovative sports editor who can direct print and online coverage for a paper that covers the Cardinals, Rams and Blues as well as extensive coverage of the University of Missouri, local college ad HS athletics; must be a good planer and organizer, be a good communicator on all levels, able to budget/hire/train, shape coverage, assemble and coordinate special sections or big events that involve working with other newspaper departments; the sports department has been a key player in publishing books, especially about the Cardinals. Up to six clips/Web links, resume, four references and a letter outlining your successes to Irv Harrell, dir. of newsroom commitment, 900 N. Tucker Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63101 or e-mail iharrell@post-dispatch.com. EOE (6/29)

-- The bi-weekly National Catholic Reporter (Kansas City, MO) seeks a managing editor who will work with the editor to create and execute an editorial plan for the print publication, work on stories, edit the work of staff writers/columnists/regular contributors and will work with the Web editor to grow an already-strong online presence; thorough knowledge of the Catholic Church is a must. E-mail clips and resume to Dennis Coday, editor, at dcoday@ncronline.org, attaching documents as .pdf files. (6/25)

-- The Maryville (MO) Daily Forum seeks an energetic and community-minded reporter; those with background in online media, photography, page layout and design will receive preference. Clips and resume to Phil Cobb, GM, Box 188, Maryville, MO 64468 or e-mail pcobb@maryvilledailyforum.com. (7/22)

-- The Waynesville (MO) Daily Guide seeks an energetic print/digital editor who can lead a small staff in a fast-paced newsroom, knows video, photography, digital and Quark and can cover the military at nearby Ft. Leonard Wood. Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to Joyce Miller, 918 N. Business Route 5, Camdenton, MO 65020 or e-mail joyce.miller@lakesunonline.com. No calls. (7/22)

-- Openings at the tri-weekly Kentucky Standard (Bardstown, KY): Editor who will direct day-to-day editorial operations, including news and sports coverage, carry out plans for editorial/opinion page/special section/Web and online content; can coach/edit/critique reporters in their writing/newsgathering/photography/video production/pagination/online postings, can make a commitment to quality by continuously improving content/packaging/navigation of both the newspaper and Web applications, listen and respond in a timely manner to reader and non-reader expectations and needs, meet all deadlines and coordinate news coverage with its local cable origination channel. Copy editor/reporter who knows design and pagination, can act decisively and accurately in fast-paced situations, can multi-task well, is proficient in Quark and Photoshop, is a strong communicator, is well-organized, manages time well, knows AP style/grammar/spelling, can work effectively with the editorial team, can package stories and use graphics and/or photos to make it easier for readers to understand stories, design multiple pages effectively in deadline situations, exhibit knowledge and skill in processing photos for print and online use, cover reporting assignments, shoot photos and video, summarize stories in compelling fashion and design pages for special sections, including covers; 42-45 hour week, primarily Tuesday-Friday 9a-7pad Saturday 8a-1p. Design samples and resume to Jamie Sizemore, publisher, Box 639, Bardstown, KY 40004 or e-mail jsizemore@kystandard.com. (6/25)

    -- Openings at Landmark Community Newspapers (Shelbyville, KY): Editor who has community newspaper experience and can work temporary assignments that range from several weeks to several months, with travel arrangements from the person’s current location; most of the needs will be at weekly newspapers and could be in any of the 13 states in which Landmark owns newspapers. General manager/editors with at least 10 years of newspaper experience, including five years in management roles, who can work on a temporary basis throughout the company, have a solid understanding of business practices, can oversee advertising and circulation as well as news and production and can work assignments that range from several weeks to several months in any of 13 states; apply to Dan Sykes, Exec. VP.  Reporter/editor-at-large who can cover jobs at any LCNI newspaper in cases of emergency or other staffing shortages; knowledge of sports is a plus; apply to Benjamin Hamm, editorial dir. Reporters and copy editors willing to relocate and move up in a group of 56 paid dailies and weeklies in 13 states; apply to Benjamin Hamm, Box 549, Shelbyville, KY 40066, call (502) 513-1157, fax (502) 633-4447 or e-mail bhamm@lcni.com.  (indef.)

-- Openings at the Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer: Kentucky editor who can direct a team of reporters headquartered at the paper’s Ft. Mitchell (KY) office, can deliver high-quality and timely watchdog reporting and in-depth issues coverage, is a good storyteller, can tell real-time news digitally, can coach and develop reporters on individual improvement needs, can get out into the community and identify content so it can be deployed I the best manner possible across all platforms, can work effectively with photographers and artists and is familiar with online news delivery tools, including social media; apply online at http://cb.com/J8WvkH. North suburbs editor with at least five years editing experience who can supervise five reporters and oversee the paper’s West Chester (OH) office, covering news in Butler and Warren Counties; must have solid news judgment, have the ability to innovate and find solutions to challenging problems, can execute digital/online strategies, can work well with individuals and teams within the company, is well-organized, is flexible and can work effectively in a fast-paced, high-volume, deadline-oriented, rapidly-changing atmosphere; apply online at http://bit.ly/LeaUbG. Political reporter who can break news, can analyze and make sense of local politics, knows Ohio state politics as it applies to SW Ohio and northern Kentucky, is a good reporter and writer, delivers on speed/accuracy/scoops/context/human interest; apply online at
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