Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Media jobs open in Joplin, Springfield

The Joplin Globe is seeking a "visual journalist," according to an ad placed Oct. 27 with www.journalismjobs.com. The ad says the Globe is:

looking for a page designer to join its design desk. Applicants should be proficient in Quark, possess good language skills and have a keen visual sense. Daily newspaper experience as well as a degree in journalism or related field is preferred.

KY3 is looking for a weekend anchor/reporter. Its ad says:

The Weekend Anchor/Reporter will report to our News Director, Jeff Benscoter. Our anchors are newsroom leaders and frontline reporters with excellent live skills and storytelling ability. KY3 emphasizes the creation of lead stories that highly impact our fast growing community.

Resumes and tapes will be accepted through 5 p.m. Nov. 24, according to the ad.
The Springfield News-Leader is seeking a news editor. Its ad says:

"We're looking for a passionate editor who has high journalism standards, can write good headlines, ask good questions, collaborate to make stories better, can design and paginate strong news pages and sees opportunities for moving content to the Web.
We are looking for candidates with professional daily newspaper experience, but will consider recent college graduates with significant daily newspaper internships."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey Randy, are you going to apply? We all know you could do all these jobs better than anyone else. I'm sure that they will be impressed that the pinnacle of your journalism career was being fired from the Carthage Press.