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Twin Cities, Minn. editor/reporter opening

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by Charlie_Hustle, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. Charlie_Hustle

    Charlie_Hustle New Member

    This just in from jjobs.com...

    Sports Editor/Reporter Needed
    Suburban Twin Cities, Minnesota
    Job Status: Full-time
    Salary: Negotiable
    Ad Expires:
    December 9, 2010
    Job ID: 1211356


    A suburban Twin Cities chain of newspapers is looking for an enterprising sports editor/sports reporter who is adept at producing stories and photographs on a wide variety of sports and recreation topics, both news and features. The candidate must be able to produce sports sections for multiple newspapers and post between-publications sports information online.

    The job is full-time (including some evening and weekend work) and offers above-average pay and a flexible schedule. Company benefits include health insurance, profit sharing and a 401(k) program.

    This is a key position, demanding a high level of skill, organization and determination. The candidate should be passionate about writing; be able to connect with readers, athletes and coaches; and be sensitive to the dynamics of rapidly developing suburbs with large high schools.

    The candidate must be creative and have a strong visual sense. The candidate must be able to identify story ideas, interview news sources, cover athletic events, photograph with a digital camera, edit copy, lay out multiple sets of sports pages each week, participate in special projects, and publish material across platforms (including online).

    Training in journalism in general and sports reporting in particular are required. Experience with Microsoft Word and Photoshop is a plus. Applications from Twin Cities-area residents are encouraged.
  2. Stitch

    Stitch Active Member

    Great to see the company hide like this. Wonder if it's Sun Newspapers or Southwest Newspapers.
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