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Journalist (1-year contract)

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Journalist (1-year contract) REF#: JG27900
The Telegraph-Journal
Location: Saint John, New Brunswick
Posted: November 2, 2017
Deadline: November 21, 2017
Salary:

Description

Brunswick News is recruiting for a temporary reporter position at the Telegraph-Journal in Saint John, N.B., with opportunities to grow to a permanent role. We are looking for a journalist with keen news sense and clarity of writing style. From breaking news and crime reporting to local and regional politics, business and culture, our reporters are driven by curiosity that breaks down walls between beats and transcends digital-print divides. This is an opportunity to work with award-winning journalists in building a digital audience for our successful subscription-based digital news service while continuing a tradition of excellence in print. (The Telegraph-Journal earned awards or nominations this past year for the Atlantic Journalism Awards and National Newspaper Awards.)

Qualifications

  • University or college-level studies in journalism or a related field. 
  • Previous newsroom experience. 
  • A clean, clear writing style and a demonstrated ability to produce detailed, accurate work under tight deadlines. 
  • Photography and videography skills are also an asset. 
  • Highly developed organizational skills -- able to multi-task, and work as part of a team. 
  • Sound knowledge of Canadian Press style. 
  • An excellent command of the English language; fluency in spoken and written French would be a definite asset. 
  • An understanding of media law. 
  • A valid driver's licence. 
  • Desire to live and work in the beautiful city of Saint John, New Brunswick.


Brunswick News is Atlantic Canada’s most dynamic media group, providing a comprehensive package of live news and information to readers throughout New Brunswick. Our network of media outlets include TelegraphJournal.com, New Brunswick's three daily newspapers, more than a dozen smaller-market newspapers, flyer distribution services, and an online recruitment site. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Brunswick News is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in its employment practices and to providing an environment free from discrimination and harassment for all employees. If you are interested in applying for this career opportunity, please send a copy of your resume, including a cover letter - stating you found this job on Jeff Gaulin's Journalism Job Board - and clippings by November 21 to:

Peter Conradi
Brunswick News


E-mail: conradi.peter@brunswicknews.com
 
 

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