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m.editor@thedailyunion.net. (10/1)


-- The weekly Western Nebraska Observer (Kimball, NE) seeks a GA reporter who is hardworking, is well-organized, can take the initiative, is dedicated to accuracy, can meet deadlines without exception, has a clear idea of what it takes to write for a community paper, is a solid writer, can shoot photos, has good news judgment and can write features; although experience is preferred, the paper will train the right person. Work samples and resume to editor@westernnebraskaobserver.net,; questions will be taken at (308) 235-3631. (10/15)


-- The North Platte (NE) Telegraph seeks a copy editor/page designer who has solid knowledge of AP style, is an exceptional editor and headline writer and knows Quark and Photoshop. Work samples, resume and contact information for at least three references to jvigil@nptelegraph.com. (10/1)


** The Pine Bluff (AR) Commercial seeks a sports reporter/designer with at least two years of continuous sports journalism experience (PR is not a substitute) to complete a three-person staff; must know how to paginate with InDesign CS4, won’t mind running the desk on Saturdays during the football season, can help build stability in the sports department and won’t be seeing to move on in less than a year, is willing to become immersed in covering prep sports, with some Division I and Division II collegiate coverage as well and is not seeking to get a pay raise out of your current employer. Submit at least three clips and two layout examples, with resume, to I.C. Murrell, 3000 S. Beech St., Pine Bluff, AR 71601. No calls. (10/4)-


-- The Charlotte (NC) Observer, Raleigh (NC) News & Observer and Rock Hill (SC) Herald seek a sports designer with at least five years experience for McClatchy’s Charlotte-based regional desk who can handle stories dealing with pro/collegiate/HS football, hockey, basketball, baseball, golf and soccer as well as NASCAR; must be a strong designer capable of creating dynamic and readable sports fronts; copy editing skills a plus. Work samples and resume to obsjobs@charlotteobserver.com. (10/22)


-- Openings at the Anderson (NC) Independent-Mail: Two reporters (multimedia journalists - Job #5321 and 5336) with 5-10 years experience who are strong reporters and writers, understand and appreciate multi-platform journalism, are self-motivated, have a track record of producing daily hard news stories and features of interest to local audiences, can produce clean/accurate/relevant content tailored to print/Web/tablet/mobile, communicate clearly and openly, can present information effectively, can respond to user comments and are whizzes at meeting deadlines. Work samples, resume and letter stating salary history and expectations to Shelley Bell, via e-mail, to bells@knoxnews.com, with a subject line of “Anderson MMJ Position.” (10/20)


** The Ellkin (NC) Tribune seeks an entry-level reporter who can produce clean copy, knows AP style, is wiling to learn and can aggressive work beats the include city government/education/law enforcement. Clips and resume to ndibagno@heartlandpulications.com. No calls. (10/28)


** The twice-weekly Franklin (NC) Press seeks an editor with at least five years newspaper experience that includes reporting/editing/pagination/photography; must have an interest in local political and cultural affairs, possess great writing and verbal skills, has experience editing reporters’ copy and submitted materials for content and style, is proficient in designing and building pages with InDesign or Quark, has experience managing an editorial page, can write stylistically interesting commentaries, has proven interpersonal skills and can lead/motivate/mentor a small staff. Send a resume, contact information for three professional references and a letter stating salary history and an expression of interest to Rachel Hoskins, regional publisher, at rhoskins@thefranklinpress.com. No calls. (10/8)-


-- The Gaston Gazette (Gastonia, NC) seeks a page designer/copy editor who is talented, can transform content into eye-catching packages that will entertain and inform, wants to be creative/sophisticated/innovative/enthusiastic/enterprising, is able to juggle several assignments at once and is proficient in InDesign and Photoshop; background with Illustrator and a knowledge of sports are pluses. Your five best work samples and resume to Marlene Smith, HR dir., at msmith@gastongazette.com. (9/28)


-- The Kinston (NC) Free Press seeks a copy editor who can turn out compelling and error-free pages, is well versed in InDesign and Photoshop and can work from a regional hub for three dailies and three weeklies; the ability to work both news and sports pages is a plus. Work samples and resume to Richard Clark, news editor, c/o the Jacksonville Daily News, Box 196, Jacksonville, NC 28541 or e-mail Richard.Clark@jdnews.com. (10/1)


-- Openings at Heartland Publications/Lumberton, NC: Paginator/copy editor with at least five years experience who can design pages that are graphically interesting, can select and place stories based on sound editorial judgment, can review stories for grammar/spelling/syntax/content/style, can build simple charts and graphs, can provide final page review, can import images from news services and prepare for placement, can research and/or write stories, can contribute editorial content as needed, can communicate effectively with off-site editors via phone/e-mail/instant messaging, knows NewsEngin and InDesign and is willing to work evenings and some weekend hours; apply to pfleming@heartlandpublications.com. (10/1)


-- Openings at the Hickory (NC) Daily Record: Team leader (Job #HIC-000294) for World Media’s consolidated editing center who can manage a team of 7-8 copy editor/page designers and can hire/train/coach/mentor/assure compliance with design style guide and AP style, knows grammar, is proficient in InDesign and Photoshop and can design pages of all types’ manage experience preferred. Experienced news and sports copy editor/page designers (Job #HIC-000291 and HIC-000292) for an expanding World Media (formerly Media General) consolidated editing center; enclose 5-6 design samples. Enterprising reporter (multimedia journalist – Job #HIC-000286 and HIC-000287) who can cover everything from education/schools to courts, crime, breaking news and features, writing multiple stories each day, shooting photos and posting content to the Web with mobile devices and utilizing social media, displaying a passion for community journalism and understanding its impact on the audience. Work samples and resume to Mike Fuhrman, editor, at mfuhrman@hickoryrecord.com or apply online at www.hickoryrecord.com. (10/6)


-- Heartland Publications/Civitas Media (Lumberton, NC) seeks an innovative director of pagination and copy editing for its Lumberton hub who can oversee a key department with multi-publication responsibility that is growing and evolving; should have leadership experience in newspaper layout design and copy editing, have the ability to maintain editing accuracy while meeting all scheduled deadlines, be able to display proficiency in NewsEngin and InDesign, be able to paginate pages that are graphically interesting, have superior news judgment, be able to review stories for grammar/syntax/spelling/content/style, be able to write crisp headlines, be able to build simple charts and graphs, be able to train new department employees to achieve company performance goals, be able to communicate effectively with editors not on site using phone/e-mail/instant messaging, be able to provide effective and clear leadership and high morale at al times. Work samples, resume and references to Peter Fleming, regional director of ops., c/o the Robesonian, 2175 Roberts Av., Lumberton, NC 28358 or e-mail pfleming@heartlandpublications.com. (10/22)


-- The Newton (NC) Observer News Enterprise seeks an editor who is a newsroom leader, places an emphasis on strong local news and sports coverage in the Hickory metro area, can work with a young and aggressive editorial staff, can tackle every aspect of the paper’s production from feature and beat reporting, to design/staff management/online media development, so skills with Quark, Photoshop and digital photography is important; applicants already living in NC and surrounding states will get preference. E-mail resumes to tleifeste@ricentral.com. (10/22)


-- The Statesville (NC) Record & Landmark seeks a reporter/photographer (multimedia journalist – Job #STV-000139) who can cover business and general assignments, breaking news and features, writing multiple stories each day, shooting photos and posting content to the Web with mobile devices and utilizing social media, displaying a passion for community journalism and understanding its impact on the audience. Apply online at www.mediageneral.com. (10/6)


** Washington Newsmedia (Washington, NC) seek talented designers who have the technical skill and creative vision to build compelling pages for a growing eastern North Carolina media company whose holdings include both newspapers and magazines. Work samples, resume and a letter telling why you’re right for the job to Ashley Van Sant, at ashley.vansant@thewashingtondailynews.com. (10/28)


-- The Winston-Salem (NC) Journal seeks an energetic reporter to cover the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system, local and state education issues, news, trends and features on education;’ the successful candidate must have enthusiasm, the ability to develop sources, the ability to produce well-written feature stories and the ability to put together analytical stories that deal with test scores and data as well as strong news stories on trends and substantive education issues; must be a strong reporter and writer, show initiative, be an expert at time management, understand social media as a reporting tool and as a platform for news and can analyze data; the paper prefers 1-2 years of reporting experience but will consider recent grads with strong collegiate/internship clips; apply online at https://mediageneral.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=1467&company_id=16186&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=993395&level=levelid1&levelid1=2750&parent=News&startflag=2. (10/6)


-- The Greenville (SC) News seeks a watchdog reporter (Job #5769) with 3-5 years experience producing revelatory journalism of depth and sophistication, is a strong digital storyteller, has good print narrative skills, can hold government and private institutions accountable, can analyze records and databases and can use strong on-the-street interview skills and source development to produce clearly-written enterprise. 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=5769&selected_lang=en_US&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=U4I%2f0qojccG2COHsW9ZeLw9CCTk%3d. (9/30)


-- The Greenwood (SC) Index-Journal seeks an entry-level sports writer who is talented/energetic/aggressive, wants to think big, challenges the regular parameters attached to small papers, shakes the bushes for stories, is not afraid to report on the arrest of college athletes, understands local sports matter, can shoot photos if needed, is aggressive/creative/thorough and has the desire to be the best. Five clips, page design samples and resume to Scott J. Bryan, associate editor, Box 1018, Greenwood, SC 29648 or e-mail sbryan@indexjournal.com. No calls. (10/7)


** The Island Packet (Hilton Head Island, SC) and the Beaufort (SC) Gazette seek a copy editor/page designer who can creatively design pages, aggressively handle copy, spot holes and inconsistencies in stories, write headlines that are clear and crisp, can maintain accuracy on deadline and use InDesign and Photoshop fluently. Do not send work samples. Instead, e-mail a one-page cover letter that outlines what you’re about, and a one-page resume that includes professional and academic highlights, dates of graduation, job changes/promotions, scholarships and awards and contact information for references to Ellis Harman, copy desk chief, at eharman@islandpacket.com. (10/28)


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** Crain’s Chicago Business seeks a reporter (Job #1325) with at least three years experience who can write analytical and enterprising news stories/features/special reports for print and online, can blog, can make maximum use of social networks and tweets, is good at developing sources, can sense news before the competition, is a self-starter, knows Chicago business, can develop deep contact lists and sourcing at the companies covered, can be an established expert on multiple beats, can collaborate in reporting teams, can bring energy and entusiasm to the nesroom, can tackle story ideas off the beat, has a professional presentation and can read financial reports and filings. Apply online at www.crain.com, including at least three links to your work along with your resume. EOE (10/28)

-- 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, business, 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.)

-- American Medical News (Chicago) seeks a business reporter (Job #3328DH) with at least three years experience who can deliver news and feature articles that are thoroughly researched, are well-written, are rightly focused on the interests and information needs of the doctors who compose is audience, can develop articles covering topics related to health care business issues, especially those affecting physicians who own and run their practices, and those doctors who are employed by a hospital/practice/other entity; must maintain liaison relationships with opinion leaders and news sources inside the AMA and across the country; must work effectively under deadline pressure, work well in a team environment while maintaining the ability to work independently, be a good writer and interviewer, interact well with people on all levels, be PC literate and be able to travel. Apply online at www.ama-assn.jobs, then send five clips and resume to Delores Hill at delores.hill@ama-assn.org. EOE (10/14)

-- The University of Chicago Magazine seeks an editor (Job #090511) with two years experience for its alumni news section who can ask as a liaison with volunteer class correspondents and the Alumni Association to recruit new correspondents; must manage deadlines, edit 200- to 1,500-word columns submitted by 60+ class correspondents, approximating 20 pages an issue and check for consistency with magazine style, correct usage, logical reasoning and appropriate content; must contact class correspondents when a problem with class notes submissions arise, suggest appropriate edits, write up news for alumni who don’t have a class correspondent, write sidebars for peer review sections, write a notes and releases page, compile and assign obits, lay out classified ads and find appropriate art for back-of-book sections. Apply online at http://bit.ly/090511News. EOE (10/16)

** Missouri Lawyers Weekly (Kansas City, MO) reporter (see listing under “newspapers”). (10/28)

** Openings at Crain’s Detroit Business: Reporter with 3-5 years experience (Job #1334) who can write analytical and enterprising stories/features/special reports for the weekly print edition and frequent Web updates; must also blog, develop sources, sense news before the competition, be a fluid writer, is self-starting, and understands Detroit-area commercial real estate. Part-time (10-20 hours/week) temporary copy editor (Job #1352) with at least three years experience who can craft sparkling headlines, rewrite copy, confer with reporters and editors as needed, proofread page proofs, make changes electronically, can do copy editing for the publication’s print and online publications, including its electronic newsletters/Web site/news stories/features/editorials/columns, knows AP style, basic html, Quark and InDesign and is able to learn subject matter quickly. Apply online at
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