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Journo-jobs returns (Dec. 12)

December 12, 2011

Blog has been slow because I’ve been busy and haven’t had a lot to write about. That said, here are some jobs that are currently open:

The Sooke News Mirror needs a full-time reporter: “Our broad reach extends from East Sooke to Port Renfrew and everywhere in between. We are seeking a full-time reporter who would be responsible for sports coverage and community news. This position offers a solid grounding in community news and is a natural for anyone seeking a wide variety of experiences.” Submit by Dec. 21.

The Vanderhoof Omineca Express needs a reporter/editor to step into the intrepid shoes of Hannah Wright: “The successful candidate will be required to work independently in a one-person newsroom, however will also be part of a larger regional news team.” Submit by Jan. 3.

And if you really need some, any work, the Cowichan News Leader Pictorial needs a part-time, temporary reporter: “The position opens in January and offers a flexible schedule. It requires about 15 hours a week, with the possibility of additional hours as situations demand.” Submit clips and resume by Dec. 16

The Merritt Herald needs a reporter: “The successful applicant will work with the editor, with both responsible for all aspects of getting the newspaper to press — writing, editing, taking photographs and laying out pages using InDesign.” Closes Dec. 30.

Also, for what it’s worth, the Vancouver Sun needs a temporary copy editor and a permanent web copy editor. That reminds me: I read somewhere that copy editors have the lowest level of job satisfaction among journalists. Just sayin’.

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