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Jobs March15-19

New! Reporter - The Daily Review is looking for general-assignment news reporter/feature writer. Knowledge of digital SLR camera helpful. A journalism degree a big plus but nothing beats experience. Full benefits include health/hospitalization, retirement, vacation, sick leave, short- and long-term disability, mileage and more. Contact Steve Shirley (Publisher), c/o The Daily Review, P.O. Box 948, Morgan City, LA. Office: 985-384-8370, Cell: 985-992-6006, or e-mail resumes and work samples/links to:

New! Reporter - The Dallas Observer has an immediate opening for an experienced food critic/blogger to cover Dallas' restaurants. They want a stylish, opinionated writer who can produce a weekly review for print and multiple daily posts for the City of Ate blog. The ideal candidate will be part of the alt-weekly readership and have professional kitchen experience and/or education. This is a full-time, salaried staff position with benefits. Interested and qualified applicants should send cover letter, résumé, and clips or a sample review to: Mark Donald, Editor, 2501 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, TX 75219 or email

New! Reporter - The Monitor in the Rio Grande Valley is looking for a reporter who is equally comfortable covering a beat or general assignments. They prefer candidates with one or more years of experience, but resumes and clips from talented beginners with journalism degrees and/or strong newspaper internships. Fluency in Spanish is a plus, but not a requirement. On-line reporting experience is also a plus as we have fully transitioned into world of fast-breaking, meaningful, online journalism. Please send a cover letter, resume and work samples to Steve Fagan, Editor, or Dave Gragg, Metro Editor, at: The Monitor, 1400 E. Nolana Loop McAllen, TX 78504. You may also e-mail your resume to:; or For further information you may contact Steve Fagan by phone at 956-683-4460; or Dave Gragg at 956-683-4435.

New! Reporter - The Post-Crescent is seeking a reporter with strong print and multimedia skills to join their team. The successful applicant will write stories and gather information for the newspaper and their Web site,, the Fox Valley’s No. 1 online source of news and information. This position will provide accurate and skillful journalism through daily and enterprise assignments for print and online platforms. This position will focus on coverage of Appleton city government, but will also include general assignment reporting and work on police/emergency services reporting as part of a rotation with other reporters. You must have the ability to cover a wide variety of topics and interests, knowledge of Web-specific skills, including reporting news through video and audio equipment; chats; forums; blogging; and other Web-exclusive content. Must be comfortable with gathering and reporting information through a variety of sources and technology, including digital audio and video devices, database searches and cameras. For immediate consideration, send a resume, salary requirements and samples of your writing to: The Post-Crescent RE: Reporter Attn: Human Resources P.O. Box 59 Appleton, WI 54912-0059 or Email

New! Reporter - The Pioneer seeks a highly-motivated storyteller to cover the city of Big Rapids (home of Ferris State University) and its neighboring townships, the chamber of commerce and more. If you think you have what it takes, send your best three news clips and two features to: Dave Clark, The Pioneer, 115 N. Michigan Ave., Big Rapids, MI 49307 or e-mail

New! Photographer - The Daily News in Menlo Park, Calif., is looking for a photographer to cover the San Francisco Peninsula, including Palo Alto, Menlo Park and Redwood City. The ideal candidate owns a professional camera and lens; can shoot breaking news, sports and feature stories; can write accurate and informational photo captions. Schedule is Monday through Friday, though hours vary depending on assignments. They do not pay relocation costs. If you qualify, please send cover letter, resume and 5-8 photo samples to Mario Dianda at, or mail to Mario Dianda, The Daily News, 255 Constitution Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025-1108.