Media Jobs In New England

Looking for that next step in your career? Searching for that dream job?

The New England Newspaper and Press Association job bank is a great resource for finding newspaper and journalism jobs throughout New England. Job listings are updated regularly and often include open positions for journalists, editors, publishers, photojournalists, newspaper ad sales, and more. Check out some of the latest listings below.

 

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NENPA member newspapers may post journalism and newspaper job openings for FREE. Non-NENPA members may post a job openings for $400 per listing. To submit a job posting email info@nenpa.com. For more information call 781-281-2053.

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

Investigative Editor (The Accountability Project)

Do you believe that investigative journalism is missing from local media? Do you think accountability of public and private institutions of power is essential to democracy? Do you want to lead an organization on a mission to serve the public good and make a difference in our community, while serving the underserved and amplifying the voices of those who are often unheard in mainstream media? If you are comfortable writing, editing and producing in a multi-format and multi-platform environment then you should check this out.

Connecticut Public has an immediate opening for an experienced, ambitious and resourceful Investigative Editor to create and lead a three-person team dedicated to producing high-quality, high-impact local investigative journalism.  This editor will not only head up our investigative team but will work closely with our journalists across all disciplines in our 44-person content team – reporting, audio, video, visuals. We’re looking for a collaborator, someone who shares knowledge and spreads investigative techniques to every journalist and department. And this is important: We’re looking for the best investigative editor we can find.

Our investigations will be meticulously reported and produced, well-presented stories on issues, people and news events affecting Connecticut. The editor will be expected to generate short-term and long-term investigative narratives from team members, and from journalists across the group. This team’s work will be published across all our platforms and in all our formats – short and long form radio, television documentary, and digital, using the written word to advance the story and reach of our work.

Great investigative reporting, editing, video producing and project management skills are a must, as is a demonstrated talent for ferreting out and efficiently producing revealing, world-changing stories.

Apply here

July 2020

Executive Editor

Award-winning Alabama newspaper, The Anniston Star, seeks Executive Editor to lead it and its five sister publications to the future in the digital age. Building on a distinguished journalistic legacy of 100+ years of family ownership, the Editor will have the opportunity to shape the company’s path as it transitions to a new model.

Applicants would have a Liberal Arts education with a BA Degree in Journalism, History, Creative Writing or similar. A background in reporting and in managing a newsroom is preferable, and fluency in all digital platforms is required. The Editor should possess the highest ethical standards and bring demonstrable leadership skills to the position.

In addition, the Editor is the face of the paper in the community and must be committed to identifying and responding to the challenges the community faces and to providing the leadership a responsible community newspaper can exert. The Anniston Star is guided by the principle highlighted on its masthead: “The duty of a newspaper is to be the attorney for the most defenseless among its subscribers.” This value extends to an ongoing effort toward diversifying the institution to reflect the community it serves.

The newspaper’s duty to bring to its community the local stories unavailable elsewhere does not mean that it can ignore the outside world. The Editor should be sensitive to the impact national and international news has on the local community and provide reporting and context for our readers.

Please respond to Josephine E. Ayers, Publisher, at PO Box 189, Anniston, AL 36202. The Anniston Star is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages diversity in applications.

July 2020

Print-Digital Account Executive

The Vermont Standard newspaper, based in beautiful Woodstock, VT, is seeking a bright, marketing-savvy account executive to join our sales team. Having served the region for 167 years, we are recognized as one of the top weekly newspapers in New England. In this role, you’ll be a professional representative of our media company, servicing businesses and organizations that advertise with us. You’ll help businesses use our print and digital marketing vehicles that can help them increase their consumer response and revenue.

This is a financially rewarding opportunity if you’re an ambitious sales and marketing professional who is a good fit in this role. The position pays $30-45k to start and we provide benefits.

The ideal candidate will be an outgoing professional who is knowledgeable about marketing, advertising and contemporary promotional practices (both print and digital). This job is a good fit if you are a highly-motivated self-starter who works independently with minimal supervision. You must be relentless at networking and prospecting, we want someone who truly enjoys meeting and working with decision-makers at local businesses to help them be successful!

Being well organized, with great attention to detail and deadlines, and having solid communication skills (in-person, phone, email) are absolutely required. A creative thinker with a background in media, advertising, sales, PR or ad agency work is preferred. Prior education and experience in creating advertising will serve you and our customers well.

To apply, please send both your resume and a cover note that explains why you’re a good fit for this position to Dan Cotter, publisher, at dcotter@thevermontstandard.com.

July 2020

Freelance Local Hard News NH Town Reporter

We need someone with a sharp eye for finding the personal touch in community news. As a news reporter, you will be responsible for gathering information and stories,  you should be able to follow local current events and present the news stories to our audiences in an informative, interesting and unbiased way.

Responsibilities

  • Research local community, current events
  • Collaborate with the publisher to choose stories to report on considering audience preferences
  • Organize the news to present the most interesting pieces first
  • Make your deadlines every week
  • Ensure late-breaking news is added to the paper
  • Interview individuals and other members of the town involved in particular stories
  • Introduce news correspondents reporting on scene and ask them relevant questions
  • Keep abreast of news developments by studying papers, attending events, etc.

Skills

  • Broad knowledge of local, municipal town and school government and of local, boards and committees
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Available to work on a flexible schedule
  • Ability to work under stressful conditions and strict deadlines
  • Active social media presence
  • Ability to manage lots of assignments, ask tough questions, and write clearly.

Apply with cover letter, resume and clips.
Dpaul@nutpub.net or call 603-537-2760.

May 2020

Job Openings at The Boston Guardian

Ad Designer and Paginator
Weekly Boston newspaper has opening for part time ad designer and
paginator. About 10+ hours a week, Tuesday afternoons and Wednesday
mornings. Must have knowledge of InDesign. $15/hour to start. Please e-mail resume to djacobs@thebostonguardian.com

News Reporters
Weekly Boston newspaper seeks experienced, hard working print news reporters with minimum of 1 year’s experience after college. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume and two writing samples to djacobs@thebostonguardian.com

April 2020

Reporter

Providence Business News, southern New England’s leading business publication, is looking for an enterprising, energetic reporter to help cover one of the nation’s most diverse business communities. From finance to manufacturing and health care, and government to tourism and technology, Providence and the surrounding region provide an endless variety of stories. PBN breaks news, but we also give the business community a smart take on what is happening. We’re looking for a talented journalist and self-starter, who is familiar with AP style and has a willingness to learn and be part of a team. Strong writing skills and a desire to tell stories are also pluses. PBN is locally owned, meaning we care about this community; it is where we live. Email resume and writing samples to Editor Mike Mello at editor@pbn.com. No phone calls.


March 2020

Reporter

The Republican-American, The Sunday Republican and rep-am.com in Waterbury, Conn. seek a multimedia reporter to join our award-winning, forward-looking team. We practice ethics, accuracy, local story-telling and watchdog journalism and serve readers across print and digital platforms. This skill-building beat includes suburban towns west of Waterbury, general assignment and a dose of night cops on a Tuesday through Saturday week. Plenty of growth potential. To apply, send resume, portfolio and reasons why you can engage and inform our readers to REPORTER, ra-hr@rep-am.com.


March 2020

Vermont Sports & VT Ski + Ride Magazines Seeking Assistant Editor/Associate Editor

Want a dream job where you will gain invaluable experience working hands-on with one of the top editorial teams in New England? You will get to write, edit and do digital and social media posts. .. AND you can ski, bike and attend events for your job?

Vermont Ski + Ride Magazine (recently named the best specialty publication in New England by the New England Newspaper and Press Association) and the award-winning Vermont Sports Magazine are looking for a full-time assistant or associate editor with strong writing, editing and digital skills. This full-time position is based in our Middlebury, Vermont offices. The magazines are part of the Addison Press group of media. Title will be based on your experience.

This job is perfect for you if …

You work hard, play hard and love the outdoors. You’re a budding journalist, social media boss and digital wiz. You know all about the Oxford comma, how to interview and where to find a great story and how to gain Instagram followers. You ski or ride, run or bike and are totally dialed in to the outdoor community.

You like to work as a team but also work well independently and have a great, can-do attitude and strong work ethic. And you can find the typos and grammatical mistakes in this post (that’s a challenge!).

Most of all, you are a superb storyteller and writer.

If that’s you, then this job could be yours. It comes with free skiing, a chance to travel around the state, test gear, write features, post video and much more. You will write features and have the opportunity to contribute news stories to the award-winning Addison Independent newspaper as well.

Some of the things we’re looking for:
Two years minimum experience in journalism (can be a college paper)
Business experience growing social media channels
Knowledge of InDesign, WordPress and Mailchimp a plus
Proofreading and copy editing
Background in skiing, riding or other outdoor sports
Photography and video skills a plus

Vermont Ski + Ride is an award-winning, quarterly, glossy magazine, website and e-newsletter that covers the ski and ride lifestyle in Vermont in all seasons. We cover ski resorts, dream homes, apres-ski destinations, and all the fun on the slopes and off.

Vermont Sports is the “Bible” for athletes around New England, coming out nine times a year in print, as well as in an e-newsletter and website. It covers the many top athletes and their stories, describes adventures, reviews gear, provides health advice and has the most comprehensive calendar of outdoor and sports events in the state.

Addison Press, the mothership, is the publisher of The Addison Independent, named best weekly newspaper in New England in 2015, the Brandon Reporter and affiliated with The Mountain Times in Killington.

Please submit your cover letter, resume and writing samples to editor@vtsports.com.

February 2020

The Day Seeking Multimedia Journalist

The Day, a forward-thinking, independent news organization, is seeking an ambitious, talented Multimedia Journalist. This person will shoot and edit daily and longer-term video stories and post stories to The Day’s online platforms, including social media. Also, they will be a member of The Day’s live streaming team. Ability to multitask, producing photos and video from the same assignment required.

Qualifications Required:
– Experience in a daily news environment, producing video and photos for the web on deadline.
– Experience with non-linear video editing software like Adobe Premiere.
– Experience in live multi-camera video production is a plus.

Send cover letter and resume to humanresources@theday.com.

February 2020

The Martha’s Vineyard Times Seeking Ad Sales Staff

The Martha’s Vineyard Times has a full-time opening for an enthusiastic, personable, organized ad sales person to work in our sunny, collaborative office on the Vineyard Haven Harbor starting in March.

In addition to our weekly print newspaper, The Times publishes the award winning MV Arts & Ideas Magazine, Edible Vineyard Magazine, Vineyard Visitor, the daily newsletter The Minute, and several websites, including mvtimes.com.

While relevant sales experience is strongly preferred, it is not required. What is required in an ideal candidate is an outgoing personality, strong computer skills (ideally on Apple OS), and ability to learn new programs and workflow quickly. An independent, creative self-starter who enjoys collaboration and new challenges would be ideal.

Salary, benefits, and plenty of room for advancement. This could be a commute-from-the-Cape position for the right candidate. Please send a résumé with a cover letter describing why you are our perfect candidate to Jamie@mvtimes.com.

February 2020

The Martha’s Vineyard Times Seeking Summer Interns

Do you like to write, photograph, or do design? The MV Times is seeking summer interns. We have openings in our newsroom; our features department (arts and culture, events, profiles); photography/social media; and graphic design.

Ideal candidates will have some college experience, but we will consider enthusiastic, capable high school students.

All interns are paid, perform real newspaper tasks (research, reporting, writing, photography, design) on our deadlines; participate in editorial and design meetings, and contribute to all our publications: the award winning weekly print and digital newspaper, The Martha’s Vineyard Times; the daily newsletter, The Minute; Edible Vineyard Magazine; Vineyard Visitor Magazine; MV Arts & Ideas Magazine; various ancillary publications, and several websites.

The Times has been named New England’s Best Weekly newspaper for three years running by the New England Newspaper and Press Association.

Please contact associate publisher Jamie Kageleiry with a résumé and cover letter, and any appropriate clips/links: jamie@mvmtimes.com.

February 2020

Advertising Account Representative

The Addison Independent, an award-winning Vermont twice weekly newspaper, is seeking an energetic individual, savvy with print and digital advertising sales, who is eager to take on and grow a well-established account list.

We’re based in Middlebury, Vermont with an advertising list that reaches throughout the 24 towns of Addison County and into Burlington to our north and Rutland to our south. We have sister newspapers in Brandon-Pittsford-Proctor and Killington in Rutland County, as well as two regional magazines, Vermont Ski + Ride and Vermont Sports.

Room to grow for an experienced candidate. Compensation is commission-based with salary, perfect for self-motivated person who is driven to succeed. Send resume and letter of interest to Christy Lynn at christy@addisonindependent.com or 802-388-4944.

January 2020

Assistant Managing Editor for Audience Development 

The Day, an award-winning, independent newspaper in Connecticut, is looking for an ambitious and innovative leader to help us in our transition to a digital-first newsroom and to help us grow membership. This person will work in the newsroom but collaborate regularly with other departments, particularly marketing. This person will work with newsroom staff to develop coverage strategies based on metrics, work with marketing to develop and manage events, manage all The Day’s social media accounts, help us engage our audience on all platforms, manage newsletters, and be responsible for digital subscription growth.

Qualifications Required:
– At least three years of experience in journalism and/or digital audience development.
– Must have solid news judgment.
– Must be an organized team player with the ability to meet goals.
– Knowledge of digital media trends.
– Proficiency in metrics, including Chartbeat, Metrics for News and Google Analytics.
– Comfortable with using Hearken and other such platforms.
– Passion for all things digital.

Send cover letter and resume to humanresources@theday.com.

January 2020

Copy/Online Editor – Great Multimedia Opportunity

Central Connecticut Communications, parent company of The Bristol Press and the New Britain Herald, seeks a thorough, creative, multi-talented copy editor / online editor to join our news desk. The successful candidate will have a deep knowledge of AP style and put it to work; can design inviting pages efficiently (we use InDesign); knows the essential components of a news story (our goal is “tight and bright”); and can meld print and web to improve our digital presentation.

This editor will play a leading role in the production of two six-day newspapers in addition to providing top-notch line editing for our web products. We’re seeking an upbeat editor full of ideas and ambition, who enjoys working on a team to put out great newspapers and web sites that truly serve the community.. The position requires evening and weekend work. Polish speakers/writers are encouraged to apply (Spanish is good, too)

We’re near Hartford, two hours from NYC and 90 minutes from Boston. We cover vibrant communities that offer higher education, an array of arts and entertainment, and industries that range from traditional manufacturing to high-technology health care.

If your primary motivation is serving readers, send a resume, cover letter and no more than five examples of your work to Managing Editor Bianca Pavoncello at bpavoncello@centralctcommunications.com. Please make sure COPY EDITOR is in the subject line. Please, no phone calls.

Central Connecticut Communications is an equal-opportunity employer. We don’t discriminate on the basis of age, sex, ethnicity, religious background, physical challenges or sexual orientation. and we encourage applications from qualified minority candidates.

January 2020

Part-Time Reporters

The Hull Times is looking for part-time reporters for this 90-year-old weekly paper. A typical assignment might include covering a governmental meeting in the evening or afternoon, following up on a news tip, or interviewing and writing a profile of a local resident. Strong writing and research skills, computer access (including Internet) and ability to file stories by weekly deadline required. Familiarity with the town of Hull and the south shore preferred. Submit writing samples and resumes to Patricia Abbate via email: news@hulltimes.com.
Hull Times
412 Nantasket Ave., Hull MA 02045
hulltimes.com

January 2020

Special Publications Editor

The Keene Sentinel, a small daily newspaper in Keene, NH, seeks an enterprising, creative editor to lead content development for several magazines and niche publications. Responsibilities include story assigning, some writing, copy editing and production planning for the following:
– Six-time-a-year lifestyle magazine serving southern New Hampshire
– Six-time-a-year parenting publication
– Weekly entertainment and lifestyle tab
– Several niche magazines that focus on the arts, women, home, brides, holidays and the like
The magazines are consistent award-winning publications in New England press association contests and offer the editor a great diversity of work and creativity. The position reports directly to the company’s president and works closely with advertising, events and graphics staffs.
A year’s experience of editing, story-assigning or newsroom management is required. Comprehensive benefits and a competitive salary are offered with the opportunity to occasionally work from home. Send resume and salary requirements to twilliams@keenesentinel.com

January 2020

Report for America as The Berkshire Eagle’s State House Reporter

Since our return to local ownership in 2016, The Berkshire Eagle’s mission is to become the finest community newspaper in America. Through relentlessly local reporting on our 32 cities and towns in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, our staff punches above our weight class because we pursue stories that affect the Berkshires beyond the Berkshires. Our coverage area is both rural and urban, cultured and troubled, rich and poor.

The Berkshire Eagle and Report for America have joined forces to hire a State House reporter at The Eagle to provide Legislative coverage of issues affecting rural western Massachusetts.

This reporter will cover the Berkshires through the prism of State House public policy. This coverage is sorely lacking: Berkshire County is in Massachusetts, but doesn’t get local television news from Boston. Instead, the county gets TV news channels from Albany, N.Y., that don’t cover the Berkshires. This reporter shall cover the Berkshires in a way that commands the attention of Boston and ultimately pursue answers to why Massachusetts is leaving the Berkshires behind and provide solutions how the Berkshires can not only survive but thrive in the years to come.

We offer a competitive compensation package for the most qualified candidate, including health, dental, vision and life insurances.

The Berkshire Eagle is locally owned. To learn more about The Berkshire Eagle and its New England Newspapers Inc. family, visit www.neni.news. To apply for this position, visit the Report for America application page.

We’re looking forward to meeting you.


January 2020

The Bennington Banner Sports Reporter

The Bennington (Vt.) Banner is looking to hire a sports writer who seeks the challenge of doing work that matters and embraces the opportunities that our unique sports environment presents, in order to help us and our sister newspapers in Manchester and Brattleboro become the best community newspapers in America. Here, local sports matter — so you’ll always be doing important work.

You’ll write and edit for the Banner and the Manchester Journal, our weekly newspaper to the north. And you’ll never be bored. In beautiful Southern Vermont, high schools sports take center stage, and outdoor sports are a way of life. We even put together our own annual Bennington Banner/Manchester Journal All Stars Gala honoring scores of the best athletes and coaches each spring.

We’ve got great preps to cover — recent state champions in lacrosse, baseball, snowboarding, football and soccer, and the most successful high school wrestling program ever to hit the mat in the state. But we also have Olympic and World Cup alpine and Nordic skiers in our backyard and a strong local golf scene. Hunting is part of our way of life. And Manchester is the birthplace of fly fishing in America.

We offer a competitive compensation package for the most qualified candidate, including health, dental, vision, and life insurances and a 401K.

We are locally owned. To learn more about the Bennington Banner and its New England Newspapers Inc. family, visit www.neni.news.

Prepare a brief cover letter, resume and three links/clips of your work and apply for this position at our application page.

We’re looking forward to meeting you.

January 2020

Berkshire Eagle Arts & Entertainment Reporter

Wouldn’t you love to work for a group of locally owned newspapers that’s reinvesting in its people as well as its print and web products?

We are New England Newspapers – The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal – the newspaper outfit in the Berkshires of Massachusetts and in Southern Vermont that was purchased from Digital First Media by a group of local leaders. Our objective is this: Become the best newspaper group in the United States. To make that happen, we’re looking to hire the best journalists we can. We’ve already hired some outstanding news reporters, and we’re looking to bring more on board.

The Berkshire Eagle, a New England Newspaper of the Year honoree several years running, has an immediate opening for an arts and entertainment news reporter. The Berkshires are rich in arts, entertainment and culture, and you’ll be writing for our award-winning features sections online and in print, including Berkshire Landscapes, Nightlife, UpCountry Magazine and more. Audio and video production skills are a plus.

We look for excellent writing and storytelling skills, investigative instincts, breaking news and enterprise reporting capabilities, digital and social media chops, etc. We do expect our arts and entertainment reporter to break news, too, and land stories that lead our home page and appear on Page One.

When you apply, provide at least three published clips, along with any other relevant work examples.

We offer a competitive compensation package for the most qualified candidate, including health, dental, vision, and life insurances and a 401K.

To learn more about The Berkshire Eagle and its New England Newspapers Inc. family, visit www.neni.news.

Prepare a brief cover letter, resume and three links/clips of your work and apply for this position at our application page.

We’re looking forward to meeting you.

January 2020

Berkshire Eagle News Reporter

Wouldn’t you love to work for a group of locally owned newspapers that’s reinvesting in its people as well as its print and web products?

We are New England Newspapers – The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal – the newspaper outfit in the Berkshires of Massachusetts and in Southern Vermont that was purchased from Digital First Media by a group of local leaders. Our objective is this: Become the best newspaper group in the United States. To make that happen, we’re looking to hire the best journalists we can. We’ve already hired some outstanding news reporters, and we’re looking to bring more on board.

The Berkshire Eagle, a New England Newspaper of the Year honoree several years running, has an immediate opening for a general assignment news reporter. We look for excellent writing and storytelling skills, investigative instincts, breaking news and enterprise reporting capabilities, digital and social media chops, etc.

We offer a competitive compensation package for the most qualified candidate including health, dental, vision, and life insurances and a 401K.

To learn more about The Berkshire Eagle and its New England Newspapers Inc. family, visit www.neni.news.

Prepare a brief cover letter, resume and three links/clips of your work and apply for this position at our application page.

We’re looking forward to meeting you.


January 2020

Sports Writer

The Keene Sentinel, an independent, family-owned news organization serving southwestern New Hampshire, seeks an enthusiastic and creative full-time sports writer. We want a talented and resourceful person who plans to shine while giving our demanding readers coverage of two successful NCAA programs, seven high schools, a wildly popular college wooden-bat summer league team and loads of community sports in sun and snow.

The Sentinel is engaged in exciting new directions in news and sports, both print and digital, and features an engaged, lively newsroom. The ideal candidate will help establish the proper balance among myriad content possibilities. The goal is to grow readership and embrace new ways to reach readers while preserving the company’s long commitment to quality journalism.

The Sentinel publishes throughout the week on its various digital platforms as well as in its six-day print newspaper, and all staff share in the generation of digital and photo content. The job also entails desk work; layout and design experience is a plus, but we can provide training.

The Sentinel is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package and an excellent working environment. Send cover letter, resume and clips, as well as compensation requirements, to: hr@keenesentinel.com. No phone calls please.

January 2020

General Assignment Reporter

The Keene Sentinel, an independent, family-owned community news organization serving southwestern New Hampshire, is looking for an enthusiastic general assignment reporter to work in a lively news environment.

We’re looking for someone who loves telling stories and constantly works to tell them in new and better ways; someone who is curious; someone who seeks out the news rather than waiting for it to fall into their lap and who will get into the community to do the type of reporting that makes journalism meaningful. The right candidate asks questions, follows a hunch and isn’t afraid to pitch good ideas. Applicants must have the self-discipline, drive and time management skills to juggle daily assignments, with the diligence and ambition to tackle thoughtful enterprise pieces.

This position provides an excellent opportunity to get solid training in a newsroom that values mentorship. The Sentinel publishes throughout the week on its various digital platforms, as well as in its six-day print newspaper. Reporters write for both print and the web; social media skills are a must.

Tell us how you fit the bill, and how you will make our paper better.

Please send your cover letter, resume, at least four writing samples, as well as your compensation requirements to Managing Editor-Local News Anika Clark at aclark@keenesentinel.com. No phone calls, please.

December 2019

Copy Editor

The Keene Sentinel, an independent, family-owned news organization serving southwestern New Hampshire, seeks a skilled front-line copy editor to join its award-winning newsroom.

The successful candidate will edit and do layout of local and wire news content and must be able to work quickly, adeptly and collaboratively under deadline pressure. Strong copy-editing and headline-writing skills are a must, and proficiency in print layout and page design are desirable. We’re looking for someone who catches typos before using spellcheck, looks up names, fact-checks as a matter of routine and raises questions before stories are published. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with sound news judgment and have a solid understanding of grammar and AP style. The person must also be comfortable with content management systems and other newsroom software, and familiarity with BLOX, InDesign and Photoshop is a plus.

The Sentinel publishes news throughout the week on its various digital platforms as well as in its six-day print newspaper (weekday afternoons and Saturday morning weekend edition), and the position will involve Friday night responsibilities for the weekend print edition. It will also periodically involve weekend editing as part of a rotation of editors.

The Sentinel is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package and an excellent working environment.

Please send resume, cover letter and compensation requirements to: hr@keenesentinel.com. No phone calls please.

December 2019

Account Manager – Advertising

The Warren Group is seeking a dynamic media sales professional to join our
Publishing Department. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a dynamic
division of a well-established and highly respected company. You will work
with clients and prospects on print and online advertising for two successful
newspapers and three highly trafficked websites.

Ideal candidates will have sales experience, preferably in a business to business
setting. Ability to sell digital media needed, as is energy, talent, creativity and a
commitment to put in the effort necessary to raise the bar and surpass
management’s and stakeholders’ expectations. Revenue goals are the critical
element to success in this position, but no less so than the ability to hold
intelligent, consultative and persuasive phone and face-to-face conversations
with high-level executives. Solid sales-writing skills, strong organizational skills
and the ability to meet numerous deadlines within a fast-paced environment are
essential for success in our publishing division.

Founded in 1872, The Warren Group is a family-owned company who produces
numerous events annually, is known for its award-winning newspapers, Banker
& Tradesman, The Commercial Record and The Registry Review, and is
recognized as New England’s most trusted source of information, data and
online tools for real estate, financial, and other professionals.

For nearly 150 years The Warren Group has provided essential intelligence to
industries that include banking, finance, real estate, accounting, law and
construction, and is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a competitive suite
of benefits, offices conveniently located near major highways in Peabody, MA
and nourish a team environment where ideas and willingness to go the extra
mile are recognized. Compensation is base plus commission.

Click here for more detailed information.

November 2019

Reporter

Providence Business News, southern New England’s leading business publication, is looking for an enterprising, energetic reporter to help cover one of the nation’s most diverse business communities. From finance to manufacturing and health care, and government to tourism and technology, Providence and the surrounding region provide an endless variety of stories. PBN breaks news, but we also give the business community a smart take on what is happening. We’re looking for a talented journalist and self-starter, who is familiar with AP style and has a willingness to learn and be part of a team. Strong writing skills and a desire to tell stories are also pluses. PBN is locally owned, meaning we care about this community; it is where we live. Email resume and writing samples to Editor Mike Mello at editor@pbn.com. No phone calls.

November 2019

Summer 2020 News Interns

The Republican-American of Waterbury, Conn., the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s 2019 Daily Newspaper of the Year, seeks summer 2020 news interns. Reporters, copy editors and photographers who share our drive to be accurate, ethical, engaging, unique and vital to the communities we serve are welcome to apply.

Bring your desire to work hard while learning how to report with clarity and purpose across multiple platforms. We treat our interns as staffers and help them climb as high as they are able. They live up to a high bar: Past rep-am interns have carried front pages, produced special projects, and built portfolios worthy of any first-year reporter looking to stand out in the field. These paid internships run 10 weeks and are available in summer only. All beats are general assignment; schedule depends on your editor’s needs. Requirements include experience on a college newspaper or a previous internship; an insured car and a driver’s license from your state of residence; a mobile phone with camera and/or camera equipment, a desire to learn. You’ll need to find a place to live. Sorry, no features only or sports.

Email ra-hr@rep-am.com a letter telling us why you should land one of these competitive spots; at least three clips; and any photo or video samples with RA News Intern in your subject line. Deadline to apply: Dec. 31.

November 2019

Reporter
The Day, an award-winning, forward-thinking daily in eastern Connecticut, is looking for an enterprising reporter to join our team. This is a great opportunity for a young reporter to find their voice and develop their journalistic skills. We’re looking for a writer who values storytelling. This person will cover two towns and would be expected to produce a mix of hard news, investigations and features. The Day has a digital-first newsroom so the ideal candidate will be web savvy and a heavy social media user. Send resume and samples of work to humanresources@theday.com.

November 2019

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