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Sports copy editor/designer -- Chicago Tribune

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by boundforboston, Nov 15, 2013.

  1. Chicago Tribune is seeking a full-time editor/designer.

    We’re looking for someone who possesses sound news judgment, solid copy editing skills, an ability to write snappy headlines and draw clean and attractive pages – all while working under multiple daily deadlines. This position promises to be challenging, evolving and thoroughly rewarding.

    A can-do attitude is a must as you may be expected to communicate with and find solutions for editors from various Tribune newspapers. Each day requires a talent for clear organization and project management.

    You would edit and design local, national, features and sports stories and pages. The work environment is fast-paced but also provides ample opportunity for learning and growth.

    The requirements: At least four years of editing and design experience, preferably in a daily news deadline environment.

    The preferences: Proficiencies in Photoshop, InDesign, Layout Champ or a similar design program.

    This position will include night and/or weekend hours.

    Please send a resume and published work examples to Deputy National Content Editor Latoya Smith at llsmith@tribune.com.

    Deadline: January 1

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