Palm Springs paper seeks real estate/marijuana reporter
The Desert Sun in Palm Springs, California, part of the USA Today Network, is seeking a Growth and Development Reporter to cover real estate trends, architecture, housing and the marijuana industry in the Coachella Valley and Southern California.
The ideal candidate is skilled in data analysis and public records. This is an enterprise-driven beat that breaks news and drives daily and long-term reader engagement by telling stories about the people and places impacted by government policy, economic conditions and demographic shifts.
Candidates should have a college degree and at least three years of professional journalism experience. Internships with significant reporting or digital production will be considered.
The Desert Sun has been recognized four of the past six years as the top newsroom of its size in California, and has taken home awards from CNPA, APME, Gannett, Online News Association, National Headliner Awards, Society of American Business Editors and Writers, PPAGLA, Best of the West, Knight-Risser, Overseas Press Club, PPAGLA, Edward R. Murrow and the Emmys.
The Desert Sun is two hours from Los Angeles and two hours from San Diego and 30 minutes from Joshua Tree National Park. The Coachella Valley is a prime destination for investment in solar, wind and geothermal energy and is home to the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Stagecoach, Modernism Week, PNB Paribas tennis tournament and LPGA and PGA tour events.
To apply, go here.