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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Town and General Assignment Reporter

Learn the ropes and build a strong foundation for your multimedia news career with the Republican-American in Waterbury, Conn. We’ve got an opening for a general assignment and towns reporter with a beat in Litchfield County and reporting opportunities of all kinds across our coverage area.

You need to be interested in ethical, accurate, impactful journalism across platforms and want to stand out on our pages and in your field. Our reporters need to be able to dish breaking news, shoot photos and video and also engage their communities with enterprising work that reveals, exposes, and explores important issues and concerns.

Daily newspaper experience preferred; bilingual, particularly Spanish, a plus. You need a driver’s license and car; working knowledge of social media, and know that you could work some nights or weekends.

Apply to Litchfield County Editor John Cullen,, with a resume, clips, and a note about what you’d bring to our team. EOE.

April 30 deadline to apply.

March 2021

Research and Editorial Assistant

Full-time research and editorial assistant needed at the Provincetown Independent. We are a new, independent community newspaper on the outermost reaches of Cape Cod. We are looking for a detail-oriented excellent speller who combines those talents with knowledge about and interest in the arts.

Job includes tracking weekly reporter budgets, documenting and updating production plans for each issue, and doing research and fact-checking on a variety of pieces each week. The arts-focused part of the job includes researching and writing arts events listings as well as stories about selected works, artists, and happenings.

We have done much of our work remotely due to the pandemic, but candidates should be committed to immersing themselves in the community here.

Please email the publisher, Teresa Parker, about your interest in this job and include your resume and clips.

March 2021

News Reporters

The Provincetown Independent is a growing start-up weekly covering the four outermost towns of Cape Cod. We are looking for a full-time news reporter to take on assignments about local government, community issues and events, and people.

Candidates must show skills and experience in fact-finding, conducting interviews, and writing and revising on deadline. Engaging writing and a commitment to accuracy are essential.

Though much of our work has been done at a distance since the pandemic began, we still expect reporters to immerse themselves in learning about and finding stories in our community.

Please email the publisher, Teresa Parker, about your interest in this job and include your resume and clips.

March 2021

Multimedia Reporters

The Republican-American and of Waterbury, Conn. seek two multimedia reporters to round out our reporting staff with digital skills. Join our award-winning journalists as we expand our proud tradition further into online reporting. This is an entry-level reporter’s slot, an opportunity to learn how to produce quality, ethical journalism across platforms. Some work may be your own reporting; some may be producing reports in concert with other reporters and editors. Graphics, social media and other online responsibilities are likely. Candidates should be able to create graphics, charts and visual elements using programs such as Canva; be able to shoot and edit photos in Photoshop or other editing software; be able to handle all parts of the video process, from shooting, to editing, adding audio and posting; be able to write print edition reports, and know WordPress. Candidates should be conversant in major social media; work in podcasts or other audio a plus. These reporters must be flexible to news demands, and nights, weekends, and holidays are part of life when assignments and news require them. Your GA work includes news, features and sports. Send a portfolio, resume and a letter selling us on why you’re the best choice to Lee Lewis, assistant managing editor, digital at March 31 deadline to apply.

March 2021

Senior Editor Nieman Reports

Nieman Reports is looking for a senior editor to join its staff.

Published by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, Nieman Reports is a website and quarterly print magazine that produces deeply reported feature stories as well as opinion columns offering insight into and analysis of the crucial issues facing journalism today.

Reporting to Nieman’s Deputy Curator, who is also the Editor of Nieman Reports, the Senior Editor is responsible for developing, commissioning, and editing ambitious feature stories, editorial packages, and opinion columns. The Senior Editor also manages the production process for Nieman Reports’ print edition, from preparing production schedules to coordinating the efforts of the editorial, design, and printing/distribution teams. The Senior Editor collaborates with the editorial staff of Nieman’s other publications, Nieman Storyboard and Nieman Journalism Lab, and other Foundation colleagues to amplify the work of all three titles. We are especially interested in applicants who will bring diverse perspectives to our stories.

Learn more and apply here!

February 2021

Remote Telemarketing Position Wanted

Semi-retired sales professional with 30 years of Newspaper ad sales experience available immediately. I possess old fashion work ethic; love to hit my sales goals on every project. Let’s have a confidential conversation and see where it leads. Contact: Frank Amato @ 603-204-9065.

January 2021

Advertising Representative

The Addison Independent is hiring a top-notch advertising representative with sales experience to sell new and service established accounts in Addison, Rutland, and Chittenden County.

Candidates must be excited to represent existing print and digital marketing plans as well as budding new digital platforms.

Must enjoy meeting and working with people, have strong written and verbal communication skills, and a desire to actively listen and help businesses succeed.

Challenging, fast-paced work both within the office and on the road. Must have a professional appearance, attention to detail, and a creative attitude. This position offers ample opportunity to excel.

Commission-based compensation with a health care package, 401K benefits, and flexible work schedule. Excellent opportunity for learning or honing sales/business skills.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to:
Christy Lynn, Director of Sales
58 Maple Street | Middlebury, VT 05753

December 2020

General Assignment Reporter

The Chronicle, an award-winning weekly newspaper in rural, northern Vermont, is looking for a full-time general reporter.  The job includes covering municipal and state government, court and crime, politics, agriculture, and whatever else might be of community interest in the two dozen towns we cover.

The successful candidate will be curious with an ability to bring ideas to the table.  She or he must also be accurate, fair, and able to meet deadlines.  Good writing and familiarity with how government works are also vital.

We give enterprising reporters room to write well-developed stories and investigate ideas and tips.  There is also room for growth and advancement.  The Chronicle is an employee-owned paper that’s been in business for 47 years.

Send resume, clips, and a cover letter explaining your interest in this job and what you could bring to it to

November 2020