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15 Apr

The State Journal, a statewide, weekly newspaper that focuses on business, government, energy and law in West Virginia, is looking for reporters.

Applicants should enjoy the challenge of covering a diverse state with a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Our stories are picked up by national news services and our reporters speak about their subjects on television and radio. We break daily news online and on social media, and we tell the full story with analysis in print each week.

The State Journal is owned by West Virginia Media, a company that includes television stations in West Virginia’s major markets. A bachelor’s degree in journalism or a related field is preferred. Candidates must be familiar with AP style. Comfort working in a fast-paced environment with several different deadlines each day is a must. Successful candidates are reporters who can generate their own story ideas and compete for front page space. The ideal candidate will work to become known as the best on his or her beat in the entire state. Two years of experience preferred.

To apply, send cover letter, resume and three work samples to Human Resources, The State Journal, PO Box 11848, Charleston, WV, 25339 or by email to jobs@statejournal.com. The State Journal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

17 Mar

Caitlyn Alexander and Christa Barvinchak with Howard Hannah real estate in Morgantown are hiring a marketing coordinator/administrative assistant. The position is available immediately and requires good computer skills, great customer relations skills, a willingness to learn, the ability to multitask, and a positive attitude. Hours are flexible, and candidates must be available for 20 hours per week.
To apply, submit a resume to christabarvinchak@howardhanna.com and caitlynalexander@howardhanna.com.

17 Feb

WVU Healthcare is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual with experience and skills in web content management, writing and editing for the web, web/project management and graphic design. He/she will be responsible for helping to develop the organization’s internal online presence.

The Communications Specialist must be a strong writer and have basic knowledge of HTML and Adobe Photoshop. He/she must possess the ability to organize information and make it web-ready and user-friendly. This individual must understand information architecture and the importance of providing positive user experiences by planning and designing the information structure for websites.

This individual will help develop new web content and websites and edit current web content and websites. He/she will build and update websites and webpages using a content management system, ensuring consistency and effectiveness of presentation for all elements.

The Communications Specialist needs to have the ability to juggle multiple priorities and exhibit excellent interpersonal skills. He/she will work closely with departments throughout WVU Healthcare to develop and maintain internal websites, and provide training for site editors, as appropriate. The Communications Specialist will also develop a tracking mechanism to ensure all websites are reviewed and updated on a regular basis.
In addition to web work, the specialist will provide support for other internal communication efforts, as well as for community relations activities.

Read more and learn how to apply here.

12 Feb

The Daily Climate is hiring a Climate Science Writer.
This position is full-time, benefits-eligible with a leading nonprofit journalism organization. The Daily Climate is one of two online news publications of Environmental Health Sciences. The Daily Climate, its sister publication Environmental Health News and EHS operate as fiscally-sponsored arms of Virginia Organizing, a Charlottesville, Va.-based nonprofit.

The position reports to Daily Climate Editor Douglas Fischer, and is funded by an annual, renewable grant.

Requirements:

  • Several years experience in reporting in related fields
  • Strong familiarity with/experience in climate science reporting
  • Fluency with social media and multi-media tools
  • Familiarity with all aspects of the climate beat: energy, environmental impact, politics, economics, history of climate science and climate journalism. Ability to connect the dots between climate science and these other aspects.
  • Ability to prospect and pitch unique story ideas with fresh angles
  • Skill in spot news, explanatory writing and investigative reporting

Specifics:
The Daily Climate functions as a remote workplace. Employees work from their homes, though this job will require travel for reporting. A 40-hour or more work week is the norm; flexibility in hours is essential. Stories will also be published on Environmental Health News, and EHN’s Editor-in-Chief will be heavily involved in story generation and editing.
While the position focuses on producing content for The Daily Climate and news outlets which re-publish our work, the employee will be expected to be familiar with and occasionally participate in the daily assembly and aggregation of The Daily Climate.

Value-added assets:
The following skills are not essential, but will enhance the prospects of job candidates:
Advanced degree(s) in journalism or related fields
Second-language skills
Web design and Search Engine Optimization skills
The Daily Climate is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.
Benefits: Comprehensive health plan; three weeks annual vacation; Provision of essential hardware and software
Apply with resumé and supporting materials to Publisher Peter Dykstra at pdykstra@ehn.org

12 Feb

The News Leader, a Gannet newspaper in Staunton, Va., is hiring a visual journalist.

Candidate must be a visual storyteller willing to cover nard news and sports, work with reporters on enterprise assignments and take the lead other projects.

View the full job listing here, and send a resume and a link to your online portfolio to Executive Editor Dave Fritz, at dfritz@newsleader.com.

10 Feb

The Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., a federally funded food and art market on Capitol Hill, is seeking a marketing and promotions manager

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Serves as the Marketing and Promotions Manager for Eastern Market organizing events, writing text and designing layouts for all promotional materials. Requirements include:

  • Writing press releases
  • Being the primary author and designer of monthly eNewsletter, coordinating with volunteers, vetting articles, writing articles
  • Ability to develop brochures and print ads
  • Posting daily Facebook and engaging the community through this and other social media outlets
  • Conceptualizing and executing five annual events that include all parts of Eastern Market (indoor merchants, outdoor vendors, North Hall)
  • Managing and growing the Fresh Tuesdays Market
  • Tracking success of marketing program

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED FOR THE POSITION:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as communications, English, journalism or business
  • Strong written skills with demonstrated experience in writing and editing copy
  • Ability to interact in a team environment
  • Highly skilled in the Microsoft Office suite: particularly Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to manage budgets and measure event ROI
  • Familiarity with the business development process for professional services desired
  • Ability to use a layout program such as InDesign or equivalent
  • Ability to manage volunteers

To apply, contact Lindsay Bailey at lbailey3mixwvu@gmail.com

27 Jan

The Kansas City Business Journal is looking for a true multimedia journalist to help us give our audience the information they need in whichever format they want. This position will help produce our morning news email and bolster our online coverage through reporting, shooting video and taking photos.

Hours:
Full Time

Reports To:
Editor

Duties:
• Procure and write our Morning Edition email product at least three days a week.
• Work with the associate editor to provide beat and general-assignment coverage for our website.
• Work with reporters to complement beat coverage with sidebars, video, photos, graphics, etc.

Skills:
• Ability to report and produce news stories and features, whether in text, video or graphic form.
• Experience with content management systems.
• Ability to shoot and edit video in a timely fashion.
• Outsized intellectual curiosity.
• Ability to work as part of a team or independently.

Experience:
1-2 years of journalism experience, with preference given to digital natives. Knowledge of business is a plus.

Contact:
bkaberline@bizjournals.com

8 Jan

WBIR seeks digital producer

Angela | January 8, 2014

WBIR-TV, the Gannett-owned NBC affiliate in Knoxville, Tenn., is looking for a Digital Producer. WBIR is a #1-rated, Emmy- and Murrow-winning station.
The primary responsibility of this position is to drive traffic to all platforms. The successful candidate must:

• Have solid news judgment
• Have a strong knowledge of AP-style writing
• Be social media savvy
• Understand and utilize analytics

The digital producer must also review, edit, and post reporter scripts; edit, process and post videos from the newscast and from the field; gather new content from the wire and from the field and post it to the website. In addition, this individual will also work with the appropriate parties to diagnose, troubleshoot, and resolve issues.

Some newsroom experience is a plus. A four-year college degree is required. Must be a team player and be willing to work early, late, or weekend hours.

Please apply as soon as possible by sending a resume and other relevant materials to Christy Moreno: cmoreno@wbir.com.

WVU students are invited to e-mail recent SOJ grad Steve Butera at sbutera@wbir.com with any questions.

18 Dec

WVU Extension seeks writer/editor

Christa | December 18, 2013

The writer/editor position will provide a wide range of public relations and marketing support and expertise to support the communications efforts of the statewide WVU Extension Service. The position will develop news and features articles for various WVU Extension communications initiatives and programs, establish and maintain social media presence and provide support to county offices and programs for communicating public relations activities.

This job requires at least 2-3 years experience. View the full job description online.

3 Dec

The Times West Virginian, the seven-time West Virginia Press Association Newspaper of the Year in Fairmont, W.Va., has an immediate opening for a full-time multi-media journalist. This person will be responsible for covering meetings, breaking news and general assignments.
The candidate should have strong writing and photography skills, and be adept at posting through social media and simple updates to a website. Knowing how to shoot and edit video is a major plus.
The candidate should have a journalism background with a degree in journalism or a related field. Experience is preferred.
Benefits include paid vacation, health and dental insurance and 401(k). Salary is based on experience.
Candidates should live in North Central West Virginia or be willing to relocate.
Please email a cover letter, resume and clips relevant to the position to Misty Poe, Managing Editor, at mpoe@timeswv.com.



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