Amarillo daily seeks business reporter
Think you ought to be working at the Wall Street Journal? We think you should, too…someday. You’ve got some growing to do first, and you should do it with us.
Teaching newspaper… (Wait, isn’t that code for a newspaper that has gutted its newsroom of resources and sports a staff that has lost the will to live? No. Don’t. Let. Your. Eyes. Glaze. Over.)… seeks business journalist to join a team that is going to make you an excellent reporter, a first-rate writer and a professional capable of identifying top-shelf stories and telling and distributing them in a way that is going to resonate with and engage audiences.
Want coworkers and supervisors who are going to help you get to that next step in your career, give you feedback, provide mentorship and coaching? How about a company that is committed to the future of journalism and information distribution and is going to help you develop the skills you need in the ever-changing media landscape in which we live?
Our mentor/managers include not only seasoned veterans who have spent careers in traditional newsrooms but also journalists who left the business to work with digital startups, returning after successful ventures to apply what they learned to an industry they love.
If you want to learn professional, technical and soft skills upon which most newsrooms can’t afford to focus and work in a creative, innovative environment where your next step is up and not out of the industry, AGN Media and the Amarillo Globe-News are great starting points.
Passionate? A solid portfolio? Optimistic about our industry? Innovative? Itching to collaborate and engage audiences with a developing media model that could be our future?
Come grow with us and then move up and on. Or stay. The Texas Panhandle offers more stories, characters and opportunities than all of us here can address in a lifetime.
Send a letter of interest/introduction, resume and portfolio/media samples to email@example.com.