Job Bank

 

gapresslogo

JOB BANK LISTINGS

The GPA Job Bank is a service of Georgia Press Association. There is no charge for ads if the position is being filled for a newspaper or company that is a member of GPA.

For all others (including affiliates, subsidiaries and sister publications of GPA members), the cost is $20 per ad. Advertisements are left in the GPA Classifieds for three months from the “Posted” date. Non-GPA members must make payment before we can post your ad.

In addition, ads will be published one time in the classified section of the GPA Bulletin. The Bulletin is mailed on or about the 17th, and the deadline for classifieds submissions is the 5th.

To post an ad in the GPA Job Bank, send your request to
sireland@gapress.org.

Send payment to: GPA Classifieds, 3066 Mercer University Drive, Suite 200, Atlanta, Ga. 30341. Your ad will be posted as soon as we receive payment.

The Georgia Press Association also maintains a free Résumé File. Job seekers may send their résumés to: Résumé File, GPA, 3066 Mercer University Drive, Suite 200, Atlanta, Ga. 30341.

All résumés will remain on file for three months. GPA members may call the office at any time to inquire about résumés on file. We will help you look for the kind of candidate you need and send you the résumés.


ADVERTISING/MARKETING (1)

Sales Representative

12/21/17

Due to rapid growth, we have an opening for newspaper sales representatives in Gray, Macon and Milledgeville. Excellent salary/commission, ad bonus program. Company offers life, health, dental and vision insurance, plus profit sharing, sick, vacation and holiday leave. Sales experience a plus.

Apply to: A. Mark Smith

P.O. Box 4027, 100 N. Jefferson Ave.

Eatonton, Ga. 31024

amsmith@msgr.com

 


BUSINESS (0)

There are no jobs listed for this category at this time.


CIRCULATION (1)

Circulation Manager

12/4/17

The northeast Georgia region of Community Newspapers Inc., a 50,000-plus-circulation group of seven weekly newspapers and one twice-weekly paper in the beautiful south Appalachian Mountains and Lake Country of northeast Georgia, is seeking a savvy circulation manager to lead the distribution and circulation sales efforts of its properties.

Our candidate will be an enterprising circulation professional well versed in circulation home delivery, single copy, sales, circulation reporting and USPS regulations. The right person for this leadership position will be able to help design and execute sales strategies across the entire gambit of circulation sales sources. A strong knowledge of how to obtain entry and maintain relationships with various retail dealers is a must. Our circulation manager will also have a keen eye for consumer marketing tactics and design. Graphic design software knowledge is a plus, but not required.

The right candidate will be professional, with previous newspaper experience. The northeast Georgia region of CNI is an award-winning group of newspapers with a growing social media audience that also boasts a high market-penetration rate. Our small, but dedicated local teams are first class at producing editions packed with photos and stories of local people, businesses, governments and more. We are hyper local at its best!

If it’s the outdoor life you’re searching for, look no further. Northeast Georgia is home to many lakes and rivers with some of the best fishing and rafting you’ll find in Georgia, several golf courses, vineyards, an active artists’ scene, and home to some of the best farm-to-table restaurants in the South.

If you believe you’re our candidate, email a cover letter, résumé with three professional references, and any direct mail, single-copy inserts or rack cards you have designed/implemented to Alan NeSmith, regional publisher, at anesmith@thenortheastgeorgian.com.


EDITORIAL (6)

Reporter

1/1/18

The Walton Tribune, an award-winning newspaper consistently recognized for excellence in the Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, has an opening for a general assignment reporter in its newsroom. The successful candidate will be covering local government, business, lifestyle and much more. The Tribune is looking for a reporter who can not only tell our readers the story and tell it well, but can also tell them why the story is important. Photography and page layout will also be part of the job description for this entry -level newsroom position. The Walton Tribune is a twice-weekly newspaper located in Monroe, Georgia, a city of 14,000 nestled in-between Atlanta and Athens. Monroe is the county seat of Walton County, a tremendous community with a great quality of life combined with a low cost of living. We are just far enough to offer the allure of small-town living but close enough to offer all the convenience of big-city amenities. The Walton Tribune is the legal organ for Walton County and offers competitive pay; medical, dental and vision benefits; a retirement plan; paid vacation, holiday and sick days; and more. To apply, email your résumé to Tribune Owner and Publisher Patrick Graham at
patrick.graham@waltontribune.com. No phone calls please.

 

Business/Court Reporter

1/3/18

The Cartersville Daily Tribune News is seeking to add a versatile reporter to cover the local business and court beats for a growing six-day daily community newspaper in Bartow County, located within the northwest edge of the Atlanta metropolitan area.

We are looking for a self-starter, able to identify and explain emerging trends in a prospering community and cultivate relationships and resources to keep our readers informed.

Occasionally, this position would also be asked to follow the local court schedule and cover cases of note, as well as be prepared to cover breaking news.

The Daily Tribune News offers qualified candidates a competitive compensation package and benefits package, including vacation, 401(k) and health insurance.

Interested candidates should email their résumés and writing samples to jason.greenberg@daily-tribune.com.

 

Staff Reporter

11/17/17

Award-winning weekly newspaper has an immediate opening for a staff reporter to cover education and local news in DeKalb County. This is an excellent opportunity for those looking for print experience in the Atlanta metro area. We offer competitive salaries and good benefits. Must have excellent writing and photography skills and be self-motivated.

The ideal candidate will be proficient in Associated Press writing style, have a zest for covering local news and be open to constructive input from three seasoned journalism professionals.

Please email résumés, samples and links to johnh@dekalbchamp.com. No phone calls, please.

 

Editor

11/13/17

The Clayton Tribune, a 6,200-circulation weekly newspaper in the beautiful south Appalachian Mountains of northeast Georgia, is seeking a savvy editor to lead a small newsroom covering all of Rabun County and its three local high schools.
Our candidate will be an enterprising journalist well versed in AP Style, adept with a camera and committed to producing well-told stories from the straightforward local government reports to enterprise, feature, investigative and special projects. The right person for this leadership position will also be able to coach and mentor our sports and news reporters, will be able to help cover Rabun County on our social media accounts and website, as well as cover breaking news. A strong knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop for page and magazine design are needed, as this person’s design skills will enhance our publications. Our editor needs to be an adept headline writer and proofreader, and a copy editor who doesn’t just fix grammar and punctuation, but also can make stories better.
The primary responsibilities for the editor include:
● Assigning, editing and reporting stories as needed to cover with objectivity and comprehension the events that occur in and directly impact Rabun County. This will include producing and maintaining a news budget to guide the week’s edition.
● Determining and writing with the publisher the editorial topic for that week’s issue.
● Ensuring compelling and adequate art is available for each issue.
● Ensuring the newspaper’s design complements its contents to deliver to readers and advertisers a newspaper that is informative and entertaining.
● Assign beats.
● Take part in coverage rotation for weekend events with reporters.
● Meet weekly deadlines for each edition, as well as special project deadlines for local and regional magazines and special sections.
● Additional requirements as needed.
The right candidate will be professional, with previous newspaper experience, and understand the importance of a “local first” community philosophy and of hitting deadlines.
The Clayton Tribune is an award-winning newspaper with a growing social media audience that also boasts a high market penetration rate and has been known to sell out a box of newspapers as our carrier is trying to fill it. Our small but dedicated news staff is first class at producing editions packed with photos and stories of local people, businesses, governments and more. We are hyperlocal at its best!
If it’s the outdoors life you’re searching for, look no further. Richly historical Rabun County is home to many lakes and rivers with some of the best fishing and rafting you’ll find in Georgia, several golf courses, three vineyards, an active artists’ scene and so much more. Rabun County is uniquely positioned at the borders of North Carolina and South Carolina, both less than a 15-mile drive from downtown Clayton.
If you believe you’re our candidate, email a cover letter, résumé with three professional references, and writing, photography and page design examples to Publisher Kevin Shields at kshields@theclaytontribune.com or mail them to The Clayton Tribune, Attn: Kevin Shields, P.O. Box 425, 120 North Main St., Clayton, Georgia, 30525.

 

Cops Reporter

10/18/17

The Gwinnett Daily Post, a 65,000-105,000 circulation (Wednesday, Friday, Sunday) newspaper and daily online product — located just outside of Atlanta — has an immediate opening for a police and courts reporter to join our award-winning staff. This job is for an enterprising reporter who can produce a variety of coverage while covering county and local city police departments.

Gwinnett County is one of the largest counties in the state — and we have no shortage of stories to be told.

Candidates should have a degree in journalism, be organized and be well-versed in the digital world. Photography skills and a strong social media presence are a must. We are a digital-first publication in a fast-paced newsroom. Recent graduates with prior internships are encouraged to apply.

The Gwinnett Daily Post, a Southern Community Newspapers Inc. product, is a drug-free workplace and offers competitive benefits.

Applicants should submit cover letter, résumé, no more than five clips and information of salary history to Editor Todd Cline via email: todd.cline@gwinnettdailypost.com. No phone calls please.

 

Education Reporter

10/18/17

The Gwinnett Daily Post, a Southern Community Newspapers Inc. property in suburban Atlanta, is looking for an education reporter. The beat includes coverage of Georgia Gwinnett College as well as Gwinnett County Public Schools, the largest school system in the state. We’re looking for someone who can cover education from all angles — from budgets and curriculum to features on enterprising students and teachers.

Photography skills are a must as is a strong social media presence. Experience in education coverage preferred.

Applicants should submit cover letter, résumé, no more than five clips and information of salary history to Editor Todd Cline via email: todd.cline@gwinnettdailypost.com. No phone calls please.

 


FINANCE & ACCOUNTING (0)

There are no positions listed for this category at this time.


GRAPHIC DESIGN (0)

There are no positions listed for this category at this time.


MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION (0)

There are no positions listed for this category at this time.


PHOTOGRAPHY (0)

There are no positions posted for this category at this time.


PREPRESS & PRESS (1)

Press Operator

11/17/17

Immediate opening for experienced operator to run 12-unit DGM 430 single-wide web press. Applicants should have a minimum of one year to two years of offset web press experience and a proven work history of dependability, self-initiative and mechanical skills. Requires ability to perform all make-ready tasks, press operation to maintain quality, routine maintenance, minor repairs, other pressroom responsibilities. Full-time shift includes scheduled nights, weekends and holidays. Position offers competitive compensation, health insurance, paid vacation, sick time, matching contribution 401(k). Apply in person 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Or, send cover letter and résumé to: pressroom@times-georgian.com. Or, mail to: Times-Georgian, 901 Hays Mill Rd., Carrollton, Ga. 30117.

The Times-Georgian is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.


TECHNOLOGY (0)

There are no positions posted for this category at this time.


SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES (0)

There are no listings for this category at this time.

JOBS WANTED (1)

Seeking sports photography jobs or assignments

12/04/17

A professional sports photographer with four years of experience is seeking photojournalism position or assignments with a newspaper. For a résumé and more information, contact Natalie Pierce at photosbynatalie@aol.com or piercejoynatalie@gmail.com. For a résumé, contact Georgia Press Association.