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Worcester Business Journal
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Full-time Reporter


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Post Date:May 04, 2021Type:Full time
Start Date:ASAPSalary:$40,000-$45,000
Location: United States - Massachusetts - Worcester Job Reference:
Job Description:

Come work at one of the last independently owned newsrooms in New England, where we take tremendous pride in the journalism we produce and the publications we create, to the acclaim of international organizations that count WBJ as one of the best business journals in the country. We are an extremely collaborative newsroom that pushes hard to produce the highest quality news and analysis, yet recognizes journalists are whole people, too, who may need to take time in the middle of the day to address issues in their personal lives. The CEO works right down the hall, and WBJ’s parent company keeps all employees well informed of the happenings at all levels of the business.

 

At Worcester Business Journal, we are seeking a full-time reporter to join our small but mighty newsroom staff. WBJ maintains a constantly updated website full of breaking news, produces five enewsletters each week, and publishes a bimonthly print magazine of news and analysis. The new hire would contribute to all of these products, in cooperation and collaboration with the other members of the newsroom. Reporters are assigned industry beats based on their experience, desire and needs of the publication, such as real estate, health care, higher education and manufacturing. Journalism industry organizations like the Alliance of Area Business Publishers and the New England Newspaper & Press Association annually recognize us as a top publication, including in 2020 when AABP awarded us the top prize as the best business journal in the country, despite our competing against much larger newsrooms. We punch above our weight, and we are unafraid of publishing hard-nosed investigative stories ruffling the feathers of those in power.

 

Applicants for this position should have a strong foundation in journalism and a minimum of three years experience in a professional newsroom. The person eventually hired for this position must be adept and nimble, work well with a team, be a multitasker, and have a drive to be the best at what they do. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The WBJ newsroom is a place where all thoughts and opinions are heard and respected, and we place a high value on different – and often contrarian – points of view.

 

WBJ and its parent company New England Business Media offer a competitive salary and benefits, including health & dental insurance, 401(k), flexible work schedules, three weeks of paid time off to start, and 10 paid holidays per year. The WBJ newsroom offers views of the nearby park. 

 

To apply: Please send resume, clips and cover letter to Jill Coran, NEBM human resources director, at jcoran@nebusinessmedia.com. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.

 



Skills:
Multi-tasker, ability to work well on a team, creative, strong foundation in journalism.


Comments:
This is a local position in Worcester, MA. No relocation is offered at this time.

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Contact Information
Worcester Business Journal
JillĀ  Coran
172 Shrewsbury Street, 2nd Floor
Worcester, MA 01604
United States
Ph: 5087558004
Email/URL: jcoran@nebusinessmedia.com
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