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Assistant Sports Editor, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by koolbreeze, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. koolbreeze

    koolbreeze Member

    From journalismjobs.com

    The South Florida Sun-Sentinel is accepting applications for an Assistant Sports Editor to help lead our professional and college beats from our Fort Lauderdale office.

    We are looking for a leader with initiative and a willingness to win in a highly competitive market -- someone who can coach reporters on news coverage, push them toward timely trend and enterprise stories and lead the development of content for multiple platforms -- including the online edition and our broadcast partners.

    This supervisor must be an excellent line editor able to develop and elevate stories. The job includes responsibility for managing some of our award-winning special sections and developing and overseeing enterprise and long-term projects. Organization, strong communication, planning and teamwork are a must. Experience as a supervisor is required.

    The Sun-Sentinel aggressively covers South Florida> '> s four major professional teams, college sports, high schools and an array of outdoor athletic events of interest to the fans in our region.

    To apply, submit a cover letter describing your vision for this position and a resume to Sports Editor Kathy Laughlin, 200 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 or klaughlin@sun-sentinel.com.
     
  2. MMatt60

    MMatt60 Member

    Amazing that they are filling the position.
     
  3. Lollygaggers

    Lollygaggers Member

    Well, posting a listing doesn't necessarily mean they'll fill it. But it's a start.
     
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