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Sports Columnist Needed at The Seattle Times

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Seattle Times Employment, Apr 15, 2015.

  1. Company: The Seattle Times
    Position:Sports Columnist
    Location:Seattle, Washington
    Job Status: Full-time S
    alary: Not Specified
    Website: The Seattle Times | Local news, sports, business, politics, entertainment, travel, restaurants and opinion for Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

    The Seattle Times seeks a sports columnist who can be a leading voice in the Pacific Northwest for one of the best regional news organizations in the country. This is a high-profile position working for an award-winning, family-owned newspaper in a robust, competitive metropolitan area.

    We're looking for someone able to write informed opinion, a person equally comfortable analyzing a deadline event, writing a long-form story on a complex subject or being in a podcast. We’re looking for a strong, independent voice who works well within a team framework, has deadline experience, broad knowledge of sports and has experience writing about pro, college, high schools and recreational sports.

    Minimum Requirements:
    • College degree.
    • Three years of digital and daily newspaper experience.

    Additional Application Information:

    To apply, submit the following materials via our online application:
  2. boundforboston

    boundforboston Well-Known Member

    Not sure what he's doing now but how about bringing back Les Carpenter?
  3. MileHigh

    MileHigh Moderator Staff Member

    Some good folks who I've had the pleasure of working with at two different stops at the Times.
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