The GPA Job Bank is a service of the Georgia Press Association. There is no charge for ads if the position is being filled for a newspaper or company that is a GPA member. For all others (including affiliates, subsidiaries and sister publications of GPA members), the cost is $20 per ad. Advertisements run in the GPA Classifieds for three months from the “Posted” date. Non-GPA members must make payment before ad is posted. 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 of each month, and the deadline for classifieds submissions is the 5th.

To post an ad in the GPA Job Bank, send your request to Send payment to: GPA Classifieds, 140 Locust Street, Avondale Estates, Georgia 30002. Your ad will be posted as soon as payment is received. 


The Georgia Press Association also maintains a free Résumé File. Job seekers may send their résumés to: Résumé File, GPA, 140 Locust Street, Avondale Estates, Georgia 30002. 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 Director

The Oconee Enterprise, judged for two consecutive years as the No. 1 weekly newspaper in Georgia for its circulation division, is seeking an Advertising Director.

This person will be responsible for generating new ideas on how to foster community connection while generating revenue. This person will form relationships with businesses, nonprofits and individuals throughout northeast Georgia.

Job duties include coordinating ad sales for a weekly newspaper and quarterly magazine; setting goals for sales reps; recruiting new advertisers; maintaining a yearly calendar of holiday-centric and political advertising, as well as special sections; and representing The Oconee Enterprise in the community by attending ribbon cuttings, customer appreciation days, networking events and Oconee Chamber of Commerce functions.

The advertising director will also assist advertisers with copy, design and layout of ads, including writing, taking photos and coordinating with graphic designers as needed.

A bachelor’s degree or associate degree with at least two years of additional experience in management is required. Applicants must be proficient in writing ad copy and photography. Graphic design experience a plus.

To apply, email Co-Publishers Amanda and Michael Prochaska at and



Sales Representative

The Oconee Enterprise, judged for two consecutive years as the No. 1 weekly newspaper in Georgia for its circulation division, has an opening for an advertising representative.

This person will form relationships with businesses, nonprofits and individuals throughout northeast Georgia and the state.

The ideal candidate has experience working in customer service as well as sales. Experience in print media advertising is not required. The job requires proficiency in writing ad copy and photography.

Three years of experience in sales or marketing or associates/bachelor’s degree in a related field is required.

To apply, email Co-Publishers Amanda and Michael Prochaska at and


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News Editor

If you’ve got a passion for community journalism, a nose for breaking news and shaping coverage and a penchant for storytelling that takes readers beyond the obvious, The Covington News is looking for you.

Who We Are

The News is hiring for an immediate opening for its News Editor position. Our outgoing news editor absolutely owned our coverage area, and while we can’t replace him, we’re going to do our best to try.
We are a twice-weekly print newspaper that also prioritizes news coverage on social media and our digital platforms (website and mobile app) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We’re nestled in the heart of the booming southeast Atlanta suburb of Covington, Georgia which means you’ll get the opportunity to tell the stories of a close-knit community while also feeling the impact of a major metropolitan city.
We’re a small but cohesive staff, and you’ll be the backbone of our news coverage, particularly with a bead on crime, courts and coverage of the City of Covington as it experiences unprecedented economic and industrial growth.

What You’ll Do

You’ll have the chance to edit copy, help tutor reporters/freelancers and do in-depth storytelling that goes beyond the “who, what and where” to unpack the “why” and “how” that not only makes for good reading but sparks important conversations about the rapid and unprecedented growth in our community.

You’ll have the opportunity to shape the comprehensive way we approach our coverage, placing your imprint on everything from designing our print products and crafting strategy for multimedia storytelling to how we break news and provide “spin forward” analysis that gives people an idea of what further developments to look for in a major breaking story.

What You’ll Receive

The News is a privately owned publication, as part of Newton Newspapers Inc. We offer a competitive salary commensurate to the position and our newspaper’s size with a benefits package that includes medical, vision, dental and paid vacation.

How To Apply

To apply, please send a cover letter, résumé with references and three to five writing clips to Gabriel Stovall at *NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE*




CNHI is searching for an editor to oversee its newsroom at The Dalton Daily Citizen in Dalton, Ga. The editor is responsible for news and opinion content for our print and digital platforms, magazine and other niche publications.

Applicants need a collaborative newsroom management style, a passion for local news, strong editing, layout and design and writing skills, and the ability to drive significant enterprise journalism. We also require proven ability to communicate clearly; organize time and plan efficiently; set high standards, and motivate the staff to produce journalism readers want, need and value. Must also be proficient in Adobe InDesign.

The editor directs the newsroom and is a key member of the senior management teams with a strong voice in strategic initiatives to engage audience and drive results.

Dalton is located an hour from Atlanta in northwest Georgia near the Blue Ridge Mountains, just off Interstate 75 and 25 minutes from Chattanooga. The Dalton area is home to the largest carpet industries in the world, which gives it the title as the “Carpet Capital of the World.”

The Daily Citizen was established in 1847 and today is a four-day-a-week paper with a bimonthly and quarterly magazine. It is a CNHI newspaper. Based in Montgomery, Alabama, CNHI is a leading provider of local news and information, offering a wide array of print and digital products in more than 90 communities in 21 states. For more information about CNHI, please visit

Interested candidates should email their résumé, a cover letter explaining why they believe they are qualified for the top editor’s position and samples of their work to: Natalie Linder,



Assistant Editor/Senior Reporter

The Griffin Daily News, a daily owned by Paxton Media Group, is in Spalding County, Georgia.

We are seeking a full-time assistant editor/senior reporter in our newsroom. Salary is commensurate with experience, and several benefits are offered.

As assistant editor/senior reporter, this person will assist in overseeing a news and sports staff, along with stringers. He or she will be responsible for being a decision-maker, compiling daily budgets, addressing any issues that may arise within the newsroom and helping to cover news stories. This person will work with the managing editor, publisher and marketing manager to generate creative special sections.

Other assisting responsibilities may include:

– Assigning stories and photo assignments

– Conducting daily final edits

– Ensuring deadlines are met

– Updating website and social media

– Attending meetings

– Interviewing

– Proofing daily front pages and working with designers to ensure they’re free of errors

– Editing copy and approving art

– Working through breaking news with staff

– Guiding staff through challenges during the news-gathering process

– Filing op-ed columns and copy for Viewpoints section

– Utilizing newsXtreme daily to coordinate pages for printers, as needed

– Filing obituaries

– Other duties, as necessary


– Must have a bachelor’s degree in journalism or communications, or the equivalent

– Must have at least one year experience as a news journalist

– Must have extensive knowledge of current AP style

– Must be able to make quick decisions

– Should have some knowledge of Blox CMS

– Should have some knowledge of best social media practices

– Networking skills a plus

– Must be able to communicate effectively

– Must have the ability to successfully lead a team

– Must be deadline-oriented

– Should be flexible in skills

– Must live in Griffin or be able to commute

All résumés/cover letters should be emailed to Include at least three writing clips.

Griffin, Georgia, is the county seat of Spalding County and is considered part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. It is located only 35 miles south of Atlanta. The town offers historical sites, gardens, shopping, interesting architecture, eclectic eateries and more to entertain both locals and visitors alike. Griffin hosts several different and unique events throughout the year, such as the Doc Holliday Festival. The community is home to University of Georgia – Griffin branch and Southern Crescent Technical College. The Griffin Daily News is a paid 5,000-circulation, three-day-per-week newspaper.



Looking for a journalism rock star!

The Tribune & Georgian, a weekly newspaper based in St. Marys, Ga., seeks a hard-working, dedicated and inquisitive staff writer and reporter to join its operation.

The T&G is an award-winning newspaper in Southeast Georgia. We’re close to beaches, hiking trails, a major metropolitan city and more. Camden County, Georgia, is home to Cumberland Island National Seashore, Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base and more than 55,000 people. And it is growing.

The reporter hired will work with the Publisher/Editor and Assistant Editor to chronicle this fascinating community in a fast-paced and fun newsroom.

We’re looking for a hard-charging, talented journalist to join our staff. We want someone with a proven ability to write accurate breaking news stories, deeply researched enterprise pieces and well-crafted features. 

We also want someone who has a passion for newspapers and journalism. Jobs in this industry aren’t for the faint of heart. We want someone who believes in the power of journalism and desires to help us make the Tribune & Georgian the best weekly newspaper in America.

Candidates interested in applying should send a cover letter, 5-7 clips and references to Publisher/Editor Scott J. Bryan at No phone calls.


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Head Pressman

A South Georgia regional printing facility with a significant number of commercial newspaper customers and other publications is looking for a Head Pressman. Candidate must have prior experience operating and maintaining Goss Community/DGM 4-high presses. The press consists of two 4-high presses and 5-floor units. DGM 4-high has remote registration and manual ink adjustment. Goss 4-high is manually registered with manual ink adjustment. Press line has a single Jardis splicer for the Goss 4-high and a tandem Jardis splicer for the DGM, with one being used for a floor unit. The Goss Community SSC folder includes a quarter folder, which is used weekly on shopper publications. Press is operated with 3 people, Head Pressman 2 and Pressman and Press Helper. The plate room consists of a Kodak Trendsetter News CTP. CTP is operated by a commercial customer service person; however, the candidate must be able to reproduce plates if needed in the absence of a customer service person. The mailroom has a Kansa 480 5-into-1 inserting machine and a Kirk Rudy ink jet labeling machine. The candidate will oversee the mailroom supervisor and help maintain mailroom equipment. The candidate will be responsible for ordering and maintaining needed inventory levels for paper and ink. Oversee that printing plates have been ordered. The candidate will need to have experience with Excel spreadsheets.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $60,000 – $65,000 per year


  • Dental Insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Relocation assistance
  • Vision insurance

Ability to commute/relocate:

Bainbridge, GA 39817: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required).


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Georgia weekly newspaper publisher is ready to retire, seeking new owner or owners. This publication, a county- and city-designated legal organ, has a long history of excellence and dedication to community journalism. Its tradition of journalistic excellence is reflected in dozens of press awards over many years.

This would be an excellent opportunity for an individual or couple to own and operate their own newspaper in an area that is experiencing rapid industrial and economic growth. Publication could also fit well with an existing newspaper company.

Real estate also available for purchase or rent.

Possible owner financing for qualified buyer.

Serious inquiries only.

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