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. 

Assistant managing editor: The Republican-American in Waterbury, Conn. have an opportunity for you to make a difference for our readers and communities as our assistant managing editor, local news. Job requirements include experience as a bureau chief or assignment editor; knowledge and a track record of working with online journalism, including video editing, website management and social media; the ability to problem solve and multi-task in a challenging deadline environment; and a passion for and belief in quality journalism that engages, educates and informs. Reporting experience preferred.

Breaking news reporter: The Record-Journal has an opening for an evening breaking news reporter. Digital first, multimedia reporter covering a full range of news on deadline including trending topics. The job entails public safety reporting as well as coverage across topics including business, education and politics. Interested candidates should contact editor Bryan Lipiner at blipiner@record-journal.com (posted 7/27/18)

Correspondents: Media startup 50 States of Blue is looking for correspondents to cover politics in all 50 states, including New York and Massachusetts. State correspondents will operate a microsite/blog dedicated to the pursuit of those stories in each state and will work from home. (posted 7/27/18)

News director: WTNH News 8 and WCTX MyTV 9 is seeking an experienced and creative leader in the position of News Director. The position of News Director will be accountable for budgets, strategic planning, brand building, and talent contracts. The ideal News Director will have experience working with unions, have a broad portfolio of experience in news operations, be instantaneous with decision-making; able to fluidly move between strategic and tactical activities; able to influence and engage multiple internal and external audiences; and be accomplished in building and developing a highly skilled, empowered, passionate news room staff. Incumbents in this role will have strong business and financial acumen, demonstrating the ability to build and manage a budget. 

Online news editor: Hearst CT Media is looking for an online news editor. If you have a nose for news and a keen eye for a good story, we would like you to join our team.  We are an energetic and focused group that delivers breaking and buzzy news on eleven websites in the powerful Fairfield County market.

 

 

 
 
 

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