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two positions, Sun Sentinel

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by sister_havana, May 16, 2006.

  1. sister_havana

    sister_havana Member

    There is also a sports designer position open.

    From APSE:

    Newspaper: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
    Job listing: Sports Reporter
    (e-mail): Brian White, Sports Editor
    Phone number: —
    Information: The South Florida Sun-Sentinel seeks a reporter to cover high school sports in Palm Beach County.

    We're looking for someone with high energy and strong journalistic skills to work in a very competitive market. The job will involve a heavy workload with an expectation that the writer will handle live coverage of events, write season previews and other features, develop trend and enterprise stories, write a bi-weekly column and execute a number of all-county postseason products. In addition, there will be some general assignment stories during summers.

    The area of coverage ranges from Boca Raton to Belle Glade and Jupiter.

    To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to:

    Brian White
    Sports Editor
    South Florida Sun-Sentinel
    200 E. Las Olas Blvd.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    You may also apply via e-mail to:
  2. Mighty_Wingman

    Mighty_Wingman Active Member

    There are certainly worse gigs than covering preps in South Florida. The last time I was in Miami, I was really impressed with the Sun-Sentinel, though it's been a while since I've seen the paper.
  3. JME

    JME Member

    ANyone have any more details? Pay, etc?
  4. credroc

    credroc Member

    I know some papers choose to go this route, but (in my best Seinfeld) what's the deal with some papers just asking for a cover letter and resume.
    By no means, am I opposed to it. Just was curious to hear a lil feedback.
  5. MU_was_not_so_hard

    MU_was_not_so_hard Active Member

    There are a lot of people too lazy to do it. It's a way to lighten the amount of resumes.
  6. You know those Cubans who live in boxes?

    This area is one of the country's most expensive.
  7. sister_havana

    sister_havana Member

    Don't worry. ::)
    If you work for the Sun Sentinel, you won't be living in a box. Pay is good. Job is good. Don't worry, be happy.
  8. SEWnSO

    SEWnSO Member

    I don't get your answer, MU. Who's too lazy? Those sending or receiving?
    I know we had a thread on this a way back, but if they only ask for cover/resume, is it a major %*#&$(*& if you send clips too?
    Do they cull the group based on cover/resume and call for clips if so desired?
  9. MU_was_not_so_hard

    MU_was_not_so_hard Active Member

    I missed the part re: papers asking "JUST" for resumes and cover letters.
  10. schrdp2002

    schrdp2002 Member

  11. brownsugar

    brownsugar New Member

    Does anyone know who left? Was there any bad blood with the departure?
  12. That sounds like a pretty damn good job, especially for someone who loves high school football. FLA is up there with Texas, California and Pennsylvania when it comes to elite preps football action.
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