Rockstar education reporter
In The Sheridan Press newsroom, curiosity is key, and we’re looking for a reporter to join our team.
If you want to work with the best and be part of an evolving and forward-thinking newsroom, this is the job for you. Successful candidates will be curious and comfortable digging for truth, navigating local government and asking tough questions of authority figures.
The position available is an education reporter, covering the local school systems, community college and helping with local sports coverage. This position is education-heavy, not sports-focused.
The willingness and ability to approach issues with outside-the-box thinking will be required as The Sheridan Press continues pushing the boundaries of journalism outside of print media.
A thorough understanding of AP style, attention to detail and strength in researching will also be required.
Candidates should be able to work independently and have a strong understanding of what community journalism means.
The Press is an independent newspaper with family and local ownership and with print and online news delivery platforms. Sheridan County is a thriving community of 30,000 with a college, a lively arts/culture/music scene, a busy downtown and many other amenities, including unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities.
The Sheridan Press is looking to grow its marketing team. If you have a strong work ethic, curiosity and willingness to learn, a love of businesses and the desire to help them grow, this might be a fit for you.
Responsibilities will include forming meaningful relationships with clients, sharing knowledge and information about marketing with local businesses, sales and collaborative projects with The Sheridan Press team.
Successful candidates will have top-notch organizational skills and digital marketing experience. Experience in sales is also a bonus (ha, see what we did there?).
With a job at The Sheridan Press, you become part of a team that will have your back, have access to excellent company benefits and participate in a variety of rewarding work to keep each day fresh.
If you're interested in a people-focused job that also helps local businesses, send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Sheridan Press provides limited, unpaid internships throughout the year to motivated individuals.
If you're a go-getter, self-propelled and willing to take constructive criticism, an internship with The Sheridan Press may be right for you. Common internships include community reporting and photojournalism.
Interns are overseen by Managing Editor Ashleigh Snoozy, and internship hours can vary by individual. Only qualified individuals and those seeking applicable journalism experience will be considered.