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Openings in Newspapers/Wires August 27, 2013 E-mail this job to a friend Printer-friendly version Share on Twitter Company: Casper

Star Tribune Position: High School Sports Coordinator Location: Casper, Wyoming Job Status: Full-time Salary: Not Specified Ad Expires: October 1, 2013 Job ID: 1524378 Website: http://trib.com Description: The Casper Star-Tribune, Wyomings only statewide newspaper, is seeking a talented reporter with high expectations and organizational skills to lead our high school sports coverage. Duties will primarily focus on high school athletics but will also include some general sports assignment and pagination responsibilities. Enterprise and online reporting, along with maintaining spreadsheets or databases, are a must here, so evidence of investigative, storytelling and multi-media skills (including pagination) and will put you ahead of the field. Were looking for someone who isnt afraid of controversy, writes for our readers and looks beyond yesterdays scores. The successful candidate will also have excellent time management and organizational skills, including the ability to accurately gauge project duration, deliver on deadline and manage a workload with possible conflicting priorities. Youll need a bachelors degree, excellent verbal skills, a willingness to continually improve as a writer and have a strong attention to detail. Our newsroom is hard-working but fun, and we take pride in being the prominent media voice in the Cowboy State. Our sports section has won 30 APSE awards since 1995, including five in 2008. Were looking for someone to help us build on that excellence.

The Star-Tribune, with a circulation of about 29,000, has been named Wyomings best daily newspaper for four consecutive years. Youll live and play among Wyomings outdoor splendor Caspers central location (were about a four-hour drive north of Denver) offers a wide range of non-work activities. We have full-time writers for our University of Wyoming beats, and Casper is home to minor league baseball and football teams and the College National Finals Rodeo. Youll pitch in on those beats at times, as well. Experienced journalists are preferred for this position, but new journalists are welcome to apply. We offer an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and vacation. We are an equal opportunity employer. You can see our Web site at www.trib.comand learn more about our parent company at www.lee.net.

Openings in Newspapers/Wires August 27, 2013 E-mail this job to a friend Printer-friendly version Share on Twitter Company: The Fayetteville Observer Position: Seeking multimedia editor to lead photo staff Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina Job Status: Full-time Salary: Negotiable Ad Expires: October 1, 2013 Job ID: 1524269 Website: http://fayobserver.com Description: The multimedia editor will lead The Fayetteville Observer's award-winning photo staff, building on outstanding work in print photography and speeding the move to the multiple platforms and tools available for visual storytelling in digital publishing. The ideal candidate will have significant photojournalism experience, demonstrated leadership ability and deep familiarity with ways to harness the talents of the staff for traditional websites, mobile platforms and social media. We want a person who can help our six photographers grow in their craft, can lead training efforts -- inside and outside the department -- in the best use of digital tools, and can serve as a key member of our newspaper's digital strategy team. Please send a cover letter, resume and work samples to executive editor Michael Adams at adamsm@fayobserver.com. The Fayetteville Observer is a 50,000 circulation, family-owned newspaper in southeastern North Carolina covering a 10-county area that includes one of the country's busiest military installations, Fort Bragg.

Openings in Newspapers/Wires August 27, 2013 E-mail this job to a friend Printer-friendly version Share on Twitter Company: The Fayetteville Observer Position: Seeking multimedia editor to lead photo staff Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina Job Status: Full-time Salary: Negotiable Ad Expires: October 1, 2013 Job ID: 1524269 Website: http://fayobserver.com Description: The multimedia editor will lead The Fayetteville Observer's award-winning photo staff, building on outstanding work in print photography and speeding the move to the multiple platforms and tools available for visual storytelling in digital publishing. The ideal candidate will have significant photojournalism experience, demonstrated leadership ability and deep familiarity with ways to harness the talents of the staff for traditional websites, mobile platforms and social media. We want a person who can help our six photographers grow in their craft, can lead training efforts -- inside and outside the department -- in the best use of digital tools, and can serve as a key member of our newspaper's digital strategy team. Please send a cover letter, resume and work samples to executive editor Michael Adams at adamsm@fayobserver.com. The Fayetteville Observer is a 50,000 circulation, family-owned newspaper in southeastern North Carolina covering a 10-county area that includes one of the country's busiest military installations, Fort Bragg.

Openings in Newspapers/Wires August 27, 2013 E-mail this job to a friend Printer-friendly version Share on Twitter Company: New Haven Register Position: Metro Editor at Digital First Media daily Location: New Haven, Connecticut Job Status: Full-time Salary: Not Specified Ad Expires: September 30, 2013 Job ID: 1524000 Website: http://nhregister.com Description: The New Haven Register, a Digital First Media newspaper, is seeking a metro editor to oversee a team of nine local news reporters and help lead enterprise and investigative reporting efforts. Send a letter of interest and resume to Mark Brackenbury, managing editor, at mbrackenbury@nhregister.com.

Openings in Newspapers/Wires August 27, 2013 E-mail this job to a friend Printer-friendly version Share on Twitter Company: San Antonio Express-News Position: Seeking Web producer Location: San Antonio, Texas Job Status: Full-time Salary: Not Specified Ad Expires: September 26, 2013 Job ID: 1522957 Description: MySA.com and ExpressNews.com, the San Antonio Express-Newss Web sites, are seeking an energetic, creative and tech savvy producer to join our award-winning team. The candidate must have multimedia experience and an ability to generate story ideas, write web updates and produce interactive content, often based on topics trending online. A passion for sports, entertainment and social media preferred. So what about the city? The environment in San Antonio is like its people, warm and wonderful. It's pleasant most of the year, with only a handful of days below freezing or above 100, and cost of living is envied by journalists in other major cities. If you want to get away for a weekend, the Gulf Coast or Mexico are just two hours away. And a quiet drive to historic German towns in the beautiful Texas Hill Country is less than an hour away. If you have Web experience, as well as vision and enthusiasm for the future of our industry, and if youd like to be part of one of the most diverse newsrooms in America, and one of the fastest-growing, dynamic areas of the country, you should consider improving your life by joining the Express-News. Send cover letter and resume with references to: Dino Chiecchi Administrative Editor

San Antonio Express-News P.O. Box 2171 San Antonio, TX 78297-2171 Or call (210) 250-3501 or email at dchiecchi@express-news.net

Openings in Newspapers/Wires August 27, 2013 E-mail this job to a friend Printer-friendly version Share on Twitter Company: Courthouse News Service Position: Daily Part-Time Reporter Location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota Job Status: Part-time Salary: Up to $15,000 Ad Expires: September 24, 2013 Job ID: 1522334 Website: http://www.courthousenews.com Description: Courthouse News Service, a California-based legal news wire service, is seeking a reporter to cover civil court filings in MinnehahaCounty. A legal background is not required, but demonstrated interest and ability in writing or journalism is necessary. The job will entail visiting the state and federal court clerks offices in downtown Sioux Falls every weekday afternoon to review and summarize new civil filings. Competitive pay is offered for about 5-10 hours per week, and some benefits are available. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format, and attach 3-5 writing samples, to newjob11@courthousenews.com. Please include Sioux Falls in the subject line.