Friday, November 27, 2009

Entry-level Bay Area journalism jobs

Three San Francisco Area newspapers have entry-level openings:
  • The North Bay Business Journal, a weekly newspaper that covers San Francisco business news, seeks a reporter/staff writer. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree, multimedia skills and at least one year experience with a community newspaper or two years with a college newspaper. Submit a cover letter and resume to: https://careers.nytco.com under "Search All Openings". Select Weekly Newspaper Reporter- or enter 1001180 in the job opening ID field.
  • The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, an 85,000-circulation daily newspaper about 1 hour north of San Francisco, seeks a part-time news researcher. "Index and archive daily news and photos into archival systems," the job description states. "Provide research using online vendors, Internet, print materials, databases and local contacts. Collect and evaluate effective research tools for news staff. Conduct training sessions for news staff to improve and update search strategies and skills." Submit a cover letter and resume to: https://careers.nytco.com under “Search All Openings”. Select News Researcher - Part time 1001179.
  • The Petaluma Argus Courier, a weekly newspaper located about 45 minutes north of San Francisco, seeks a reporter. The reporter will primarily research and write stories about city government and issues involving business, development, water and transportation. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and at least one year experience with a community newspaper or two years with a college newspaper. To be considered for this position, submit a cover letter and resume to: https://careers.nytco.com under “Search All Openings”. Select Weekly Newspaper Reporter- or enter 1001177 in the job opening ID field.

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