February 12, 2011

Journalism jobs in North Carolina

  • The Monroe, N.C. Enquirer-Journal, a 7,000-circulation daily newspaper, seeks an entry-level reporter. We're looking for a curious, hard-hitting writer who knows how to form relationships to get in-depth stories. The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to write concisely and on tight deadlines, have a solid grasp of AP Style and can hit the ground running. A love of covering government and court happenings is a must! This position is ideal for writers with experience at weeklies, eager college graduates or experienced journalists with a love of small-town reporting. Please send your resume and five clips to City Editor Alan Jenkins at ajenkins@theej.com.
  • The Wilson Times, a daily newspaper covering Wilson, N.C., seeks a general assignment reporter. We’re looking for someone who values community journalism. Drive and enthusiasm are important to us. We’re seeking someone capable of producing in-depth reporting projects, cultivating sources and providing solid beat coverage as the position will encompass a number of different subject areas. Send resume and clips to Jon Jimison, editor, at jjimison@wilsontimes.com.
  • The Thomasville Times, a thrice-weekly newspaper located in Thomasville, N.C., is seeking two freelance writers - one to cover general assignments and one to cover sports. Some newspaper or magazine writing experience preferred, but not required. Excellent opportunity for recent college graduates in journalism or communications or writers looking for supplemental income. Must live in or near the Thomasville area and be available for some night and weekend assignments. Send resume and writing samples to editor@tvilletimes.com.

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