Journalist - Edgeley
Patty Wood Bartle, editor/publisher of the Edgeley Mail, has reached retirement age. After several attempts to sell the paper, Patty has decided it is indeed time to retire. The need to keep this paper alive, is a journalist who enjoys small town life where the school sports are the center of community events and socialization. The management position could evolve to ownership. Energetic individual who can write and take photos. Coverage is school sports, city government, county government and other community events. email@example.com
Editor - Beulah
Editor - Casselton
A challenging and rewarding position for someone looking to play a big role in an award-winning publication. The Cass County Reporter is looking for a skilled and determined individual ready to take on the position of Editor in Casselton, North Dakota. Paper content ranges from personal features, meeting coverage, local events, sports and more, with something new to cover each week. Duties include covering events, writing content, taking photos, general editing, customer contact and overseeing design of the final paper each week. This local paper has maintained a steady circulation and a loyal readership and is looking for an editor to continue that legacy. The Cass County Reporter has successfully become the oldest continuous weekly newspaper in North Dakota serving rural Cass County since 1880. Benefits include 401K, health insurance, paid mileage for travel, free admission to events and more. Vision, dental and other pretax benefits are also available. Requirements: Strong knowledge of AP style and grammar, previous experience as a newspaper reporter, experience working with InDesign, ability to shoot photographs. Must have a valid driver’s license, insurance and dependable transportation. To apply, email your cover letter, resume, clips and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor - Washburn
NorDak North Publications seeks a full-time Editor in Washburn, N.D. The ideal candidate will have strong communication skills and excel in writing news, feature, and sports stories, along with editing and proofing copy and planning coverage for the week. The right candidate will also be willing to become part of the local community. Most of all, the ideal candidate will have a passion for telling stories that engage and educate readers. This position offers an opportunity to become part of a growing newspaper group throughout North & South Dakota. Requirements: Strong knowledge of AP style and grammar, previous experience as a newspaper reporter, experience working with InDesign, ability to shoot photographs, must have a valid driver’s license, insurance and dependable transportation. The position will be based out of Washburn, N.D., a welcoming community 40 miles north of the state capital. To apply, email your cover letter, resume, clips and three professional references to email@example.com.
FT Energy & Environmental Reporter - Bismarck & Bakken oil fields
The Bismarck Tribune, the newspaper in the capital city of North Dakota, is seeking a full-time reporter to cover energy and the environment. The successful candidate will cover developments in the Bakken oil fields, which make North Dakota one of the nation’s top oil-producing states. The beat also includes coverage of coal, with North Dakota home to the single-largest deposit of lignite in the world. North Dakota also is a leading state for wind energy development. State leaders have embraced carbon capture and sequestration technology, with numerous projects in the works to capture emissions from industrial facilities and bury them in rocks deep underground. We’re looking for an experienced reporter to cover the energy industry, as well as environmental impacts of development. Bismarck is the center of energy regulation and centrally located to coal country and the Bakken oil patch. North Dakota has been at the center of many national energy stories, including the Dakota Access protests, an oil refinery planned near Theodore Roosevelt National Park and record volumes of natural gas flaring. We prefer at least five years of reporting experience, with multimedia skills a plus. The newsroom emphasizes professional development opportunities to help reporters grow. The Tribune is a member of Lee Enterprises and offers a full benefits package including medical, dental, a generous paid time off program and a 401k plan. To apply, go to www.bismarcktribune.com/workhere
Local government and education reporter - Bismarck
The Bismarck Tribune, the newspaper in the capital city of North Dakota, is seeking a full-time reporter to cover local government and education in Bismarck and its sister city, Mandan. The successful candidate will also cover a variety of general assignment stories and contribute to weekend centerpieces and special projects. The Tribune is looking for someone who will find the story behind the story; someone who doesn’t wait for a press conference to get the news. We’re looking for a reporter who will dig deeper than meeting coverage and develop sources to stay ahead of developing stories. We’d prefer someone with at least two years of reporting experience but will consider recent college graduates with strong internships. The newsroom emphasizes professional development opportunities to help reporters grow. The Tribune is a member of Lee Enterprises and offers a full benefits package including medical, dental, a generous paid time off program and a 401k plan. To apply, go to www.bismarcktribune.com/workhere
Summer news reporting intern - Bismarck
Paid position with full-time hours. The start date is flexible. The successful candidate will get hands-on reporting experience covering a variety of beats. Past interns have covered breaking news, written features and researched in-depth enterprise stories. Previous experience with a student newspaper or other writing-related internship is preferred but not required. If interested, please send a resume and up to three writing samples to Tribune Editor Amy Dalrymple at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FT Sports & General Assignment Reporter- Devils Lake
The Devils Lake Journal in Devils Lake, North Dakota is seeking a highly motivated full-time sports and general assignment reporter to join our team. We are looking for a reporter who is passionate about community journalism, with a reader-focused mindset. Our reporters shoot their own photos and video, engage audience members on social media, mine social media for story ideas and sources and use the right tools and platforms to reach key audience groups. We sometimes speak to community groups or moderate panels to promote our brand and show our expertise. Apply at www.gannett.com/careers
FT Sports Reporter - Fargo
The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and InForum.com is hiring a full-time Sports Reporter to produce engaging sports-related content for print and online with an emphasis on reporting, features and profiles. This position will also serve as both a sounding board and resource to other members of the sports team to develop the most creative and appealing content for our audience. Application deadline is 04/08/2022. To apply, please go to www.forumcomm.com/careers/
News/Sports Reporter - Valley City
News/Sports Reporter. Full or part-time news/sports reporter position to investigate and write the creative “scoop” for the Times-Record newspaper. Responsibilities include: - Receiving assignments and/or investigating news leads and tips - Writing and delivering news stories with the reader’s perspective in mind - Staying up-to-date with the latest current happenings and events in Barnes County - Always pursuing the lead for a great story. Requirements: - Excellent communication - Active listening skills - Working experience as a reporter or intern preferred, but we will train the right individual. Position offers opportunity for advancement. Please email your resume to Tina Olson, Valley City Times-Record General Manager, at email@example.com and provide an email or hard copy examples of your work, promoting your ability to gather information and write a compelling story.