Position Newspaper Date Posted
Part-Time Advertising Sales Administrator The Moultrie News 2/11/15

This is a great position for someone looking to get their start within the Media Business. Our ideal candidate must possess the ability to interact and communicate with people over the telephone and via emails in a professional and concise manner.

Our preferred Insides Sales Associate must also have the ability to be persuasive and handle sales objections. Knowledge of principles and methods for promoting and selling products or services over the phone is preferred.

It is important to be able to work independently. Experience using Microsoft Word and MS Outlook (or similar email application) is a must. A two-year college degree in Business or Marketing preferred. We will however consider no college if a candidate has at least one year of successful phone sales experience.  Previous experience in advertising sales or copy/layout is a plus.

If you think you have what it takes, e-mail your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
Jo Anna Eason, jeason@moultrienews.com

Public Safety Reporter The Herald 2/3/15

The Herald, a McClatchy Co. newspaper located in Rock Hill, S.C., is seeking a public safety reporter. Responsibilities include covering police agencies and courts in York, Chester and Lancaster counties in South Carolina. The reporter will make daily checks with local police agencies and frequently update our award-winning website and other digital products. The reporter keeps track of crime trends locally and nationally, pushes for access to public information, and follows major cases throughout the criminal justice system. The ideal candidate will have the ability to report and write with urgency and be proficient at social media and modern storytelling tools, especially video.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and at least five writing samples to Editor Paul Osmundson at posmundson@heraldonline.com.
Metro/Watchdog Editor Anderson Independent Mail 2/2/15

The Anderson Independent Mail, located in the upstate South Carolina and the Greenville DMA, has an opening for a Metro/Watchdog Editor to coordinate and drive all aspects of news gathering for print and online. 
A successful candidate will be able to manage an experienced multimedia staff in digital-first content production. Real-time and watchdog reporting on four platforms are priorities. Engaging readers through social media and directing staff to pursue avenues for interacting with audiences is vital.
The successful candidate will also have skills necessary to facilitating coordination with a central design desk offsite to assure effective, high-impact print presentation and efficient, on-time flow of content. Involvement in short and long-term content planning, managing newsroom resources and direct-report activity are important aspects of the job. 

To apply for this position, please copy and paste the following link into your browser address bar: 
http://scripps.contacthr.com/37879129

Community Reporter GoLaurens.com 1/23/15

GoLaurens.com seeks a full-time Community Reporter to join a company that publishes a daily, digital-only newspaper. This position will cover city/county government, schools, courts/crime, business, healthcare and sports.
Video, photography, social media and real-time reporting are part of the daily workflow for this position. Must be self-motivated, enjoy multitasking and be happiest completing multiple assignments daily. Must have a passion for breaking news and local news.
Candidates must have the ability to write clearly and succinctly, update social media and edit photos and video.
Looking for experienced reporters looking to get daily digital experience or recent college graduates looking for that first job. 

Interested candidates should email their resume with three references, salary requirements and five writing examples to info@golaurens.com.
Regional Circulation Director Morning News 1/16/15

The Morning News/Carolina Publishing Group in Florence, SC, a subsidiary of the Berkshire Hathaway Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, is seeking an experienced Circulation Director with a proven track record for achieving goals and objectives. This position will be responsible for managing the daily operations of the department and will be an integral part of the leadership team.
The Regional Circulation Director will have full responsibility for the management of the entire department, including but not limited to, sales, distribution, customer service, collections, NIE, third party distribution, and community involvement. Candidates must possess excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, have exceptional customer service standards and be creative in their approach to selling/marketing across all of our audience platforms. This is a fast-paced, high-pressure role and candidate must be able to thrive within a deadline-driven environment.
Bachelor’s Degree and 7 to 10 years experience in a related field. Experience in newspaper circulation management a plus. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs required.EOE/M/F/D/V. Drug and background screening, valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance required. Apply online at www.bhmginc.com/careers

Reporters The Rocky Mount Telegram (N.C) 1/14/15

Reporters wanted!

The Rocky Mount Telegram, an award-winning daily newspaper in Eastern North Carolina, seeks qualified candidates for general assignment, county government and education reporting positions. 

Candidates should have a degree in journalism or a related field plus experience with college newspapers or internships.

The Telegram has been named one of the best newspapers of its size in North Carolina numerous times in print and online. Come join a hard-working staff that knows how to have fun!

Send clips and resumes to Editor Jeff Herrin: jherrin@rmtelegram.com

Executive Director Missouri Press Association 1/6/15

The Missouri Press Association, one of the most active and storied newspaper associations in the country (our Hall of Fame includes Twain and the Pulitzers), seeks an executive director to lead the organization and further the cause of an independent and thriving press. The duties include member relations and development; government relations and lobbying; sales, marketing and fundraising; community and industry relations; public speaking; programs and event planning; and staff, P&L, and administrative management. Meaningful experience in each of these areas is a job requirement, as are strong communications skills, superior organizational ability, and professional polish. We will show preference to candidates with a background in journalism and media issues, association management, and government relations. The executive director manages an eight-member team and reports to the MPA board of directors. We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, and the opportunity to work in a dynamic university community -- Columbia, MO, home to the nation’s first journalism school, which we helped found, and the future-oriented Reynolds Journalism Institute. Please send your resume, a cover letter that addresses how you fulfill each of the above criteria, and any other supporting materials to jerobertson@columbiatribune.com. No phone calls please.

Staff writer The Hampton County Guardian 12/23/14

The Hampton County Guardian is seeking a full-time Staff Writer to cover local beats, sports, spot news and features for a community weekly and related print and Web products in Hampton County, S.C.
Candidate must hold a college degree in Journalism or related field. Prior experience or internships will be taken into consideration.
Skills include writing, photography  and multi-media communications. InDesign pagination skills a plus. Typing skills required. Must have reliable personal transportation.
This entry-level position offers the right candidate the chance to become an important part of a charming community that has plenty of Southern appeal. Reporter will have the opportunity to cover city and county governments, law enforcement and much more.
Submit resume, clips and three references (required) to:
Michael DeWitt, Editor/Manager
michael.dewitt@morris.com
Hampton County Guardian
P.O. Box 625
Hampton, S.C. 29924

Press operator Edwards Media/Eagle Media (Westminster, SC) 12/22/14

PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED. Here we GROW again! Qualified applicants must possess previous experience on a Goss Urbanite printing press, 4/4 printing expertise, strong mechanical background, and be obsessive about putting out a quality product. If you feel your experience meets our needs, let’s talk. The Golden Corner of South Carolina offers an abundant array of outdoor activities as we are in the foothills of the mountains and we also have magnificent lakes for boating and or fishing.  Email resume to mike@edwprinting.com

Multimedia journalist Independent Mail (Anderson) 12/16/14

The multimedia journalist is responsible for covering stories in and around the community, as they happen or after the fact, with acute awareness of the immediacy of web-first, on-demand journalism. Multimedia journalists tell stories on various platforms, including print, online and mobile. Multimedia journalists should be adept at both hard news and features, seeking opportunities to bring stories home to our audiences. A multimedia journalist may specialize in writing or photojournalism; that said, multimedia journalists are expected to be capable of both writing and still/video photography as circumstances dictate.
Read full job posting here.
Contact Steve Mullins.

Sales Representative Lexington County Chronicle & The Dispatch News 12/2/14

Super Stars Only
Don’t even call unless you are an over-achiever . . . and can prove it. 
We are in the online and print advertising and publishing business.
You can build an outstanding career with us if you have:
• Foresight and vision.
• Determination and persistence.
• A willingness to take risks.
• A can-do attitude.
• The character to put the clients’ interests first.
We work with top producers, not resumes. 
Contact us at JerryBellune@yahoo.com
This could change your life.

Reporter The Sumter Item 12/1/14

How would you like to be a top reporter at a paper that is working to get this right?
The Sumter Item in beautiful South Carolina is looking for a strong reporter to add to its local news team. Unlike many papers, we are hiring and moving forward, both in print and online. We've recently done a complete print redesign/makeover with a top design/consulting firm, and also launched a new web site. We're always exploring new and better ways to tell stories and present information to readers. Ability to shoot video or good still photos would be a plus. We're looking for multi-media journalists moving forward. Are you ready?
The Sumter Item was founded in 1894, and is considered one of South Carolina’s finest independent newspapers.
Contact Managing Editor Rick Carpenter - rick@theitem.com.

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