Journalism-related job openings in Connecticut & beyond

The following are some job opportunities for journalists in Connecticut and on the East Coast. Please note that some of the positions may have been filled and links may expire. 

The Record-Journal in Meriden is seeking a multi-media reporter to cover Durham-Middlefield and North Haven. Must be able to produce photos, video and compelling stories and must excel at community engagement. Must have excellent social media skills for professional use. All inquiries regarding this position should be directed to Eric Cotton, ecotton@record-journal.com.

The Republican-American in Waterbury is looking for a passionate, story-telling watchdog reporter. Read more here

Hearst Connecticut Media is hiring a sports copy editors/designer. More details here. Hearst is also looking to hire a business reporter to write for several of its daily newspapers. More details on the reporter job is available here

The Journal Inquirer in Manchester is hiring a layout and copy editor with QuarkXpress skills. More details available here

The Connecticut Mirror is looking for a general assignment reporter with strong writing skills. Click here for details

SPJ  is hiring a development manager to oversee all aspects of fundraising for the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation and the Society of Professional Journalists. The position is based in Indianapolis but promises a competitive salary. Applications are due Sept. 22. More information here. 

The Marshall Project looking for a senior investigative reporter, based in New York City.

 

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