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Jobs May 3-7

New! Reporter - The Las Vegas Sun is searching for a reporter experienced in coverage of public policy issues. They offer a competitive salary and a benefits package to include: medical, dental, vision, 401K, and a generous PTO plan. To apply, please email your resume and work samples to jobs@gmgvegas.com with REPORTER-LVS in the subject line.

New! Reporter
- The Sacramento Bee is seeking the right person to fill a new beat that spans air quality, energy and green technology, to be covered from a business and consumer perspective. Interested candidates should have proven records in specialized reporting, either covering the environment or business, or through investigative work.  Candidates should be able to take complex information and explain it in an engaging style that is easy to understand.  Candidates should have a demonstrated ability to use digital tools. Interested persons should apply to Business Editor Mary Lynne Vellinga  at MLVellinga@sacbee.com. Please send clips as links or as part of the body of an email rather than as attachments.

New! Video Journalist - Thomson Reuters is looking to hire a multi-talented videojournalist with extensive knowledge of broadcast engineering and information technology for its Los Angeles bureau. The position calls for a highly self-motivated individual with broad expertise in broadcast journalism, digital technologies as well as a complementary IT skill set. University degree or equivalent work experience, proven video journalism skills, including video editing and scriptwriting, ability to troubleshoot video problems in a network environment, proficiency in Spanish, or a willingness to learn, would be an advantage. Please apply online at: https://toc.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl? lang=en&job=NEW00001325.

New! Multimedia Journalist - Q13 FOX News/Seattle, which produces seven hours of live news programming daily, has an opening for a part-time multimedia journalist. Qualified applicants should send resume and DVD demo reel to: Human Resources, KCPQ-TV, 1813 Westlake Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98109, no phone calls please. Duties include a heavy emphasis on posting news stories, photos and video to the Web. Also, news content producing, field producing, writing, research, set-up, news photography and editing. This person must be a “content producer” who’s self-contained: a journalist who sets up stories/content, can write them, shoot them, edit them and make them available for multiple platforms including on-air and online.

New! Reporter - The Oakland Tribune seeks an experienced, Spanish-speaking investigative reporter for a paid one-year fellowship to examine how urban violence impacts public health in the city of Oakland and parts of the East Bay. The factors that contribute to an ongoing cycle of violence will also be explored, as well as how violence affects the mental health of area residents. The position is funded through a grant by the California Endowment and includes medical benefits. The candidate must have a minimum of 5 years experience at a major newspaper or news magazine and have done extensive investigative projects. Excellent writing and storytelling skills are essential. The ability to speak fluent Spanish is a must and the candidate should be able to record and edit audio. Candidates must have the ability to create and manipulate spreadsheets and a working knowledge of mapping software is a plus. To apply send clips, resume and cover letter outlining a coverage strategy for the beat to Oakland Tribune Editor Martin G. Reynolds at 7677 Oakport St., Suite 950, Oakland, CA 94621 or via e-mail to mreynolds@bayareanewsgroup.com. Deadline to apply is May 28, 2010.

New! Editor/Reporter - FDAnews, the premier provider of domestic and international regulatory, legislative and business news and information for executives in industries regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, European Commission and other foreign regulators, seeks a highly motivated full-time, in-house editor/reporter for hard news publications covering the generic drug industry worldwide. The ideal candidate will have sound news judgment, the ability to network with professional contacts, and strong writing skills. This person will work as part of a team on publications with tight deadlines. Experience covering Congress and federal agencies desired. Responsibilities include: Acting as the subject-matter expert on the generic drug industry, to whom subscribers and colleagues turn for answers. Reporting complex topics including patent litigation cases accurately, clearly and concisely. Analyzing events and information to reveal their meaning. Meeting deadlines. Benefits include health, dental, vacation, 401k, etc. To apply, send resume with cover letter summarizing qualifications and salary requirements to vdickson@fdanews.com. A resume without a cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

New! Producer - There is an immediate full-time position open in the KCRA 3 news department for a newscast producer. Creatively, this person will share responsibility for determining the composition and flow of the newscast, selecting video and writing stories. S/he will also be responsible for producing content for KCRA.com and our other digital platforms. We are looking for someone who can work closely with the news management team, anchors, reporters, editors and the technical crews. Interested and qualified people should send a recent newscast, a critique of that newscast and a writing sample to: Anzio Williams,
News Director, KCRA3 & MY58, 3 Television Circle, Sacramento, Ca.  95814. No phone Calls Please.