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Sports producer opening at seattletimes.com

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Rasbobbo, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. Rasbobbo

    Rasbobbo New Member

    Seattletimes.com, the web site of The Seattle Times, has an opening for a Sports Producer. We have an exciting, energetic workplace and a great team of online journalists. Our site is growing quickly and continues to win national awards for journalistic excellence. We live and work in one of America’s best cities.

    Primary responsibility of the Sports Producer is to manage multiple channels of our Sports site, working under the Senior Sports Producer, posting to keep the site up to date while building it for the future.

    Sports journalism training and experience are required, in addition to excellent editing and Web technical skills. The job requires a high level of independent initiative, along with excellent collaborative and problem-solving skills. Knowledge of the internet is required. Interest in and knowledge of Sports news is required. Excellent HTML and Web production experience is strongly preferred.

    The schedule for the job is variable depending on seasons and team schedules and will involve night and weekend shifts.

    Applicants should send a resume, cover letter – with salary requirements - and a short critique of the seattletimes.com Sports channel to Bob Payne, Senior producer/seattletimes.com, bpayne@seattletimes.com.

    Bob Payne
    P.O. Box 70
    Seattle, WA 98111

    Phone: 206-464-2154

    The Seattle Times is a drug-free workplace.
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