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Sports page designer — Bloomington (Ind.) Herald-Times

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Pat Beane, Apr 16, 2015.

  1. Pat Beane

    Pat Beane New Member

    The Herald-Times of Bloomington, Ind., is looking for a creative page designer with a keen eye for editing copy and a flair for headline writing to help continue the tradition of, and build on, an award winning sports section. Read and check stories for accuracy, fairness, spelling and grammar. Assist in the layout, design and editing of the sports section and special sections/projects as needed. Successful applicant will understand how to connect with readers both in print and online.

    Requirements: Minimum 2 years experience design/editing for a professional newspaper preferred. Significant design experience with campus newspaper considered.
    Education: Bachelor’s Degree; Journalism, English, or Communications preferred
    Work Schedule: 40 hours per week, Thursday-Monday night.

    Include three page design samples with cover letter and resume.
    A complete job description will be available at www.schurz.jobs.
     
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2015
  2. Waldo9939

    Waldo9939 Member

    Just tried to do a search through the site by the requisition number and it must not be up yet.
     
  3. Pat Beane

    Pat Beane New Member

    Sorry about that. I jumped the gun on posting. The job is definitely opening. It should be up in a day or two with a different number. I'll correct it when it's official. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
     
  4. Pat Beane

    Pat Beane New Member

     
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