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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)

-- 22nd Century Media (Orland Park, IL) seeks a print designer with at least three years experience who can design news/feature/sports section fronts, collaborate wit editors to choose engaging and story-appropriate photos for section fronts, design inside pages as needed, tone and prepare photos for print, work with editors to finalize editorial and design of weekly publications, prepare final .pdfs for the printer, work with the printer to troubleshoot print-ready files, participate in departmental discussions and critiques, display proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 (InDesign) on a Mac platform as well as InDesign/InCopy, Photoshop and publication design standards; must be a good communicator, work well with different personalities, be organized and detail-oriented, and manage time well; background with Bridge CS5.1, iWork, Acrobat X and Filezilla helpful. At leas five work samples/links to online portfolio and resume to s.mashek@22ndcenturymedia.com with a subject line of “editorial print designer.” EOE (7/31)

-- 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.)

-- The Associated Press/Lexington, KY seeks an experienced sports reporter who can own and build beats covering collegiate sports, including the high-profile programs at the Ujniversity of Kentucky, Louisville and Western Kentucky, horse racing and motor sports; must have a track record of building reliable sources, breaking news, writing accurate and compelling game copy on deadline, delivering smart enterprise pieces that shows ownership of a beat/team/sports and is accomplished in setting the agenda for top sports news, developing solid relationships and showing the ability to get the scoop for the AP’s global audience; text-based job, although the candidate should be aware of the growing demand for content in multiple formats, including photos, video and audio and can work with colleagues to deliver it; the use of and comfort with integrating social media tools are highly desirable, as is experience in reporting on professional teams. Apply online at http://ap.contacthr.com/24787359. (8/6)

-- The Associated Press/Knoxville, TN seeks an experienced sports reporter who can own and build beats covering collegiate sports, including the high-profile programs at the University of Tennessee, NASCAR and golf; must have a track record of building reliable sources, breaking news, writing accurate and compelling game copy on deadline, delivering smart enterprise pieces that shows ownership of a beat/team/sports and is accomplished in setting the agenda for top sports news, developing solid relationships and showing the ability to get the scoop for the AP’s global audience; text-based job, although the candidate should be aware of the growing demand for content in multiple formats, including photos, video and audio and can work with colleagues to deliver it; the use of and comfort with integrating social media tools are highly desirable, as is experience in reporting on professional teams. Apply online at http://ap.contacthr.com/24790298. (8/6)


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)

** Opening at Sun-Times Media’s Pioneer Press publications (Glenview, IL): Managing editor/sports who can direct a team to produce relevant content in its communities for digital and print publishing as well as providing assistance in Web and print production, provide leadership for news producers in sports/reporters/independent contractors, direct sports coverage for the central part of the Pioneer Press coverage area, assure complete and accurate coverage in a timely fashion, monitor for breaking sports news, interact with the public and readers on various issues, build relationships, plan/organize/manage/track multiple projects, gather/write/edit news and think critically; applications should bear the c/o or subject line of “managing editor sports.” News producer/sports who will direct sports content for the northern and southern communities in the chain’s coverage area, will oversee the digital and print publishing for these papers, will provide leadership for reporters and independent contactors to assure complete and accurate coverage, will assist with Web and print production for assigned communities, will monitor for breaking spots news, will produce relevant content, will interact with the public and readers, will plan/organize/manage/track multiple projects, will gather/write/edit sports news and will think critically; apply with the c/o or subject line of “news producer: sports.” News producer: digital and features who can produce and monitor relevant content in the communities the papers serve and assist with the production of the 32 weekly newspapers, producing and editing pages for the features department, communicating well with the public and co-workers, planning/organizing/managing/tracking multiple projects, gathering/writing/editing news and updating the Web with fresh content and breaking news; apply with a c/o or subject line of “news producer.” News producers with at least two years experience who can cover the North, Central, Northwest, Lake, Near West and/or Hinsdale zones, can monitor the communities they cover for breaking news, produce relevant content in assigned communities for print and digital platforms, can provide leadership and supervision for reporters and independent contractors to assure complete and accurate coverage of our communities, can interact with the public and readers on various issues, can plan/organize/manage/track multiple projects, can gather/write/edit news and can build strong relationships with local news sources; apply with c/o or subject line of “HR-news producer.” Clips and resume to the Sun-Times Media HR Dept., 3701 W. Lake Av., Glenview, IL 60026, fax (847) 486-6894 or e-mail hr@suntimes.com. EOE (8/13)

-- 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 weekly Lake County Journal (Grayslake, IL) seeks a reporter who can generate story ideas, can product professional interviews, can write enticing stories, can make and maintain sources within a beat, has no problem working on stories individually or as part of a team, has a working knowledge of AP style, can meet deadlines and has an interest in providing hyper-local news stories to readers. Clips and resume to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., Box 250, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 or e-mail editorialrecruitment@shawmedia.com. EOE (7/31)

** Openings at Shaw Suburban Media (Crystal Lake, IL): Experienced page designer/copy editor who can work on a universal desk editing and designing for three daily newspapers in Crystal Lake, St. Charles and DeKalb; will have an eye for great newspaper design and the skills to put together some of the sharpest looking cover and inside pages in the business, all on deadline, while editing copy and writing headlines for news, sports and features; understanding the future of community journalism and digital media’s ole in it is also a high priority, and candidates must be available to work nights and weekends; background using InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and mapbuilding is a plus. Work samples and resume to the Shaw Suburban Media HR Dept., Box 250, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 or e-mail editorialrecruitment@shawmedia.com, attn: page designer. EOE (8/13)

-- 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 (7/31)

-- 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 (7/31)

-- 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)

** Openings at the McDonough County Voice (Macomb, IL): 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. Sports editor who can cover sports in McDonough County at the HS and collegiate levels, including Western Illinois University. 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, specifying the job you seek in the subject line. EOE (8/13)

** The Moline (IL) Dispatch and Rock Island (IL) Argus seek page editors who will be responsible for all aspects of copy editing and page production using InDesign, will publish stories on newspaper Web sites, help manage the papers’ social media presence, will edit stories, will write cutlines, will order and assemble graphics and other information for various media, including print and online; must verify facts/dates/names/statistics, assist in developing story content and design considering reader/audience appeal, demonstrate a strong command of English/grammar/AP style, has a general understanding of political/economic/social events and have a willingness to learn. Work samples and resume to humanresources@qconline.com, with a subject line of page editor. EOE (8/13)

** Openings at the Monmouth (IL) Review-Atlas: 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. GA reporter who has a command of the English language and AP style and can hit the ground running. 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, specifying the job you seek in the subject line. EOE (8/13)

** The Canton (IL) Daily Ledger 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, specifying “Canton editor” in the subject line. EOE (8/13)

-- 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)

** The Lincoln (IL) Courier seeks a sports editor who can cover all HS and collegiate teams in Logan County, has an outstanding work ethic, has a positive attitude, has a passion for covering the local sports that matter to the community, will develop in-depth feature stories on local athletes, will cover events as needed, will produce daily content budgets, will work closely with an off-site central design desk, can shoot great photos, is well-organized, meets tight deadlines, can fit in immediately and can hit the ground running. Work samples and resume to Dan Tackett, ME, at dan.tackett@lincolncourier.com. No calls. EOE (8/13)

-- 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)

-- The Belleville (IL) News Democrat seeks an energetic night GA/cops reporter who can cover and post breaking news of all kinds through the afternoon and evening, can cover nighttime GA work and fill in for other reporters, while preparing enterprise stories, particularly for the Sunday paper; must love the work, question everything, always ask a follow-up and settle for nothing less than deep and contextual reporting while being respectful and civil to co-workers; must welcome coaching and feedback. Work samples and resume to Jeffry Couch, VP/editor, Box 427, Belleville, IL 62222 or e-mail jcouch@bnd.com. EOE (7/31)

** The Beloit (WI) Daily News seeks a talented and motivated sports reporter who can produce material that is informed and entertaining; candidates should have a strong grasp of grammar/spelling/punctuation, a commitment to accuracy and excellence, is energetic and enthusiastic, is excited about covering local sports and wants to serve readers. Clips, resume, references and salary history to Jim Franz, sports editor, 149 State St, Beloit, WI 53511, call (608) 365-8811 or e-mail jfranz@beloitdailynews.com. EOE (8/13)

-- The Waukesha (WI) Freeman seeks experienced, dynamic and enthusiastic freelancers to cover hard news, business, feature and health stories and who can also attend municipal and school board meetings at night; must work independently and meet deadlines, while photo skills are a plus. Clips and resume to Katherine Michalets, ME, at Kmichalets@conleynet.com. EOE (8/6)

-- 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 Stevens Point (WI) Journal seeks an energetic and digitally-savvy reporter who can cover K-12 education and UW-Stevens Point, can get behind the monthly board and committee meetings to give readers the real impact to the community, can make relevant records requests for data-driven stories that fed the readers’ passion for watchdog journalism, is savvy with social media tools to get the news out and can cover ˝A and breaking news as needed. Clips, resume and letter stating salary requirements to the Journal HR Dept., re: Reporter, 1200 Third Ct., Stevens Point, WI 54481 or apply online at https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=5081&company=Gannett&username=. (7/31)

** The Marshfield (WI) News-Herald seeks a self-driven, resourceful, versatile reporter who has demonstrated communications/teamwork/organizational skills, has strong print and online writing skills, has a sense of urgency, understands business and health care, has an aptitude for injecting human interest into every assignment and has a mastery of AP style; the paper prefers 1-2 years of experience but will consider entry-level candidates with hands-on internship background. Three clips, resume and references to Jonathan Gneiser, GM/editor, 144 N. Central Av., Marshfield, WI 54449, e-mail jgneiser@marshfieldnewsherald.com or apply online at https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=5707&company=Gannett&username=. (8/13)

-- 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 twice-weekly Reedsburg (WI) Times Press seeks a sports editor who can maintain a high level of local and high school prep sports coverage, can cover sporting events, can write sports features, can shoot photos, is well-organized, can work autonomously, communicates well with editors at other Capitol Newspapers locations, can create content for the Web and is comfortable using multimedia platforms; no design work is necessary. Apply online at www.jobs.capitalnewspapers.com. (7/21)

-- 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)

-- The Lakeland Times (Minocqua, WI) and the Northwoods River News (Rhinelander, WI) seek GA reporters who can handle a challenging variety of stories ranging from human interest features to government-related hard news; must have energy, ambition and an understanding of 21st century technology and the role of social media in reporting; must be able to handle a camera, drop everything to get to the house fire down the road, produce compelling copy that engages readers, tell the entire story, have a nose for news, be able to cultivate a network of reliable sources, generate ore story ideas than editors can possibly use and pays attention to detail; the paper prefers experience but will consider newcomers with a drive to learn and succeed in a fast-paced environment. Clips and resume to Bruce Heisel, ME, 510 Chippewa St., Minocqua, WI 54548 or e-mail bheisel@lakelandtimes.com. (8/6)

-- 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, is comfortable shooting photos and video, is experienced with social media, is well-organized, is self-starting and is an initiative taker. Clips and resume to Mark Treinen, 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. (8/6)

-- 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)

-- 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 Marion (IN) Chronicle-Tribune seeks a page designer who has hands-on experience developing visual storytelling techniques, is prepared to be tested as a journalist, can assist a fast-paced desk in publishing multiple products and has experience with InDesign and Photoshop, with strong leadership skills. Resume to David Penticuff, editor, 610 S. Adams St., Marion, IN 46953 or e-mail dpenticuff@chronicle-tribune.com. (8/6)

-- The Wabash (IN) Plain Dealer seeks a reporter who can cover a small but dynamic community, understands basics, won’t be afraid to ask the tough questions, has a passion for telling stories about people, can untangle complicated dealings involving the public’s business and can work on enterprise efforts with other newsrooms in central IN; experience preferred, and the ability to work both print and digital is a must. Clips and resume to David Penticuff, regional editor, 610 s. Adams St., Marion, IN 46953 or e-mail dpenticuff@chronicle-tribune.com. (7/31)

-- The Muncie (IN) Star Press seeks an energetic and tenacious reporter who is skilled in print and digital storytelling, has insatiable curiosity and endless energy, has the ability and desire to tell stories on every platform on tight deadlines, is self-motivated, is driven b a passion to make a difference in the community. Clips and resume to Lisa Nellessen-Lara, executive editor, box 2408, Muncie, IN 47307 or e-mail lnelless@muncie.gannett.com. (7/31)

-- 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)

** The New Castle (IN) Courier-Times seeks a productive, self-starting reporter who is naturally curious, is a superior writer, has a proven work ethic, communicates easily with all kinds of people, has experience with photography/video/Internet/social media and can display a range of reporting and storytelling abilities; experience preferred. Clips that demonstrate your range, resume and references to Randy Rendfeld, ME, 201 S. 14th St., New Castle, IN 47362 or e-mail (preferred) couriertimesjobs@gmail.com. No calls or unscheduled personal inquiries. (8/13)

-- 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 Jasper (IN) Herald seeks an energetic and creative sports writer to complete a three-person staff that covers some of Indiana’s best prep sports and can provide comprehensive coverage of five high schools in a two-county coverage area; must do expanded game coverage, magazine-style features, lay out pages using InDesign, cover community sports and summer-league collegiate baseball teams and work odd hours; Midwestern candidates preferred. At least three clips and resume to Brendan Perkins, 216 E Fourth St., Jasper, IN 47546 or e-mail sports@dcherald.com. (8/6)

-- 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: Talented design/copy editor with at least 3-6 years experience and proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator who can design print products in accordance with accepted style guidelines, thinks of section fronts as works of art, works closely with editors in a collaborative environment to efficiently assemble the final edited products, can correct or question obvious errors and inconsistencies in copy and design style for quality control, exhibiting solid news judgment; must post to the Gazette Web site and moderate online comments as needed. 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. (7/31)

-- The Charles City (IA) Press seeks a sports editor who can do it all – write, shoot photos, handle layout, meet deadlines; background with Quark and Photoshop a plus. Clips, resume and a letter telling why you are the paper’s next great sports editor to the Press editor, Box 397, Charles City, IA 50616 or e-mail editor@charlescitypress.com. No calls. (7/31)

** Mid-America Publishing (Hampton, IA) seeks a regional sports editor who can cover four high schools in a two-county area, writing, shooting and blogging about game events, writing sports features,assisting with pagination, demonstrating an inner drive to produce quality content under tight deadlines and is self-starting. E-mail clips, resume and references ASAP to Ryan Harvey at ryanharvey.map@gmail.com. (8/13)

-- The Iowa City (IA) Press-Citizen seeks a reporter (Job #3789) 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=. (7/31)

-- The Marshalltown (IA) Times-Republican seeks an assistant sports editor who can write stories, shoot photos, design sports pages, meet deadlines, cover a large number of high school sports and community college athletics and can start ASAP. Clips and resume to Ross Thede, sports editor, Box 1300, Marshalltown, IA 50158 or e-mail rthede@timesrepublican.com. (7/31)

-- 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 Monett (MO) Times seeks a page designer who has experience in InDesign, Adobe Creative Suite and OSX Mac systems; must possess a strong work ethic, be willing to work flexible hours and be highly creative in a fast-paced environment. Design samples and resume via e-mail to editor@monett-times.com. (7/31)

** The Nevada (MO) Daily Mail and Sunday Herald-Tribune seek a sports writer to cover HS sports throughout Vernon County, the Nevada Griffins college-league baseball team and other spots-related activity, including occasional pro coverage as time permits; will write about and shoot photos of an array of sports year-round; page design skills using Quark or InDesign a must. Three clips and resume to the editor, 131 S. Cedar, Nevada, MO 64772, fax (417) 667-3817 or e-mail editor@nevadadailymail.com; e-mail samples in the text of the e-mail, attaching only photos. No calls. (8/13)

-- The Sedalia (MO) Democrat seeks a do-it-all business reporter/copy editor who understands the need to be accurate/fast/innovative in print and online, can design news and feature pages, can write headlines, can proofread, can post content to the Web site can effectively manage and produce quality content on the business beat and can create a variety of products beyond the daily newspaper. Three clips and resume via e-mail to editor@sedaliademocrat.com. (7/31)

-- The weekly Ste. Genevieve (MO) Herald seeks a reporter who can help with news and community coverage, cover municipal meetings, write forward-looking stories, generate community-related story ideas, edit and rewrite press releases, paginate, typeset, format submitted raw copies (such as Letters to the Editor) and various other announcements; occasional weekend and weeknight hours, and while InDesign and Photoshop experience is a must, photo background is a plus. Clips and resume to Janet Mace, at jmace@stegenherald.com or Bob Burr at bburr@stegenherald.com. (7/31)

** The weekly St. James (MO) Leader Journal seeks an editor who can work with several stringers to provide community coverage, wants to get involved in the community, can report on local and regional news and sports, has strong print and digital background and has good photo skills. Clips and resume via e-mail to Joyce L. Miller at joyce.miller@lakesunonline.com. No calls. (8/13)

-- 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 Louisville (KY) Courier-Journal: Assistant metro editor who can help supervise the metro staff in Louisville, plan and direct coverage, make assignments, edit stories, evaluate the work of reporters, oversee the metro desk each Saturday and work a Tuesday-Saturday shift; apply with resume to Michael Trautmann, metro editor, or e-mail mtrautmann@courier-journal.com. Sports reporter who can cover an array of sporting events and stories, can provide and edit photos and videos for the station Web site and can maintain a blog that focuses on basketball and football recruiting, along with a weekly in-hour sports Webcast; apply to Creig Ewing, spots editor or e-mail cewing@courier-journal.com. Reporter who can write stories for its zoned weekly suburban issues and the daily newspaper; must be able to blog and shoot photos and video; clips and resume to Veda Morgan, lifestyle editor, 525 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail vmorgan@courier-journal.com. (8/13)

    -- 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.)

-- The bi-weekly Grand Rapids (MN) Herald-Review seeks a sports editor/writer with a strong background in multimedia and can cover the outdoors as well as HS sports; candidates who live in or near Minnesota have preference. Up to five clips, a resume and a letter outlining salary expectations to Britta Arendt at barendt@grandrapidshearaldreview.net, with the subject line of “sports writer.” No calls or Web site links, please. (7/31)

** The Red Wing (MN) Republican Eagle seeks a sports reporter who can cover local teams, the outdoors and do page layout twice weekly; must be a creative and responsible professional who is interested in both print and Web products, shoot photos and work odd hours as needed. Send four clips, several photos, layout examples and resume to Anne Jacobson, editor, Box 15, Red Wing, MN 55066 or e-mail ajacobson@republican-eagle.com. (7/25)

** The Benzie County Record Patriot (Frankfort, MI) seeks a highly-motivated reporter who can cover local government, the Chamber of Commerce and other downtown news as well as schools. Apply via e-mail to dclark@pioneergroup.com. (8/13)

** The Manistee (MI) News Advocate seeks a highly-motivated reporter who can work the city beat, including government, downtown, the Camber of Commerce and the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, the best beat at the paper; candidates should be real newshounds. Apply via e-mail to dclark@pioneergroup.com. (8/13)

-- The St. Joseph (MI) Herald-Palladium seeks a page designer who can paginate six newspapers, is proficient in InDesign, has experience in section front and newspage design and can turn out a lot of pages on deadline. Midwestern candidates get preference. Work examples, resume and references to Dave Brown, ME, Box 128, 3450 Hollywood Rd., St. Joseph, MI 49085, fax (269) 429-4398 or e-mail newsroomjobs@heraldpalladium.com, with the subject line of “page designer.” (8/6)

-- 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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