Daily Mail Australia hiring online news reporter
The Australian edition of British newspaper Daily Mail is opening its doors to a new online news reporter.
The online news reporter is assigned to track news stories from around Australia and around the world that could be developed into new angles, as well as cover breaking news materials. The work will also include developing new media contacts and interviewing key figures behind the stories of the moment.
The candidate must be a college/university graduate with detailed experience in a print or digital news organisation, good research and photo analysis skills, and who can work alongside team members. The applicant should be well-educated on copyright and media laws, and should also require working flexible hours.
Canberra Times seeks contract reporter
ACM paper The Canberra Times is offering a 12-month contract position for a news reporter.
The reporter will be assigned to create detailed news material for digital and print release, mostly in concert with other members of the Canberra Times team. They may also be tasked to create content for The Sunday Times.
Applicants must be experienced journalists with a proven record of accuracy, analysis, and fairness in their coverage, plus skilled at publishing for digital platforms. They must also show prior commitment to finish their assignments ahead of deadlines, and be able to collaborate in pitching and developing stories with other staff. The paper will only process applications with right-to-work clearance in Australia.
News Corp Australia seeks commercial writer
News Corp Australia has opened applications for a new commercial writer.
The commercial writer will be assigned to creating content pieces ranging from content-editorial to sponsored materials for publishing in News Corp Australia brand channels, with genres including personal finance, business, health and wellness, and property. The successful applicant will collaborate on developing the content with News Corp Australia’s editorial, commercial solutions, and sales departments for accuracy and relevance, plus managing internal and external stakeholder relations.
Candidates must be reporters with prior experience in the digital publishing industry and are highly familiar in business matters such as corporate partnerships and investments. The person should also be highly competent in editing and writing (including client-supplied briefs), and skilled at nurturing client relationships.
Ovato looking for Comms Business Development Manager
Ovato Communications is opening a spot for a new communications business development manager.
The business development manager will be in charge of conceptualizing and researching new growth directions for the company, and to enable higher revenues. This will involve collaborations with Ovato’s sales and professional services team to draft feasibility studies. They will also respond to client enquiries and join in pitching Ovato’s services to new clients.
Candidates must be college/university graduates with an innate understanding and experience in PR, marketing, and business communications. They must possess strong management and finance skills, and written and oral communications skills, including ability to speak clearly in a corporate setting and through multimedia.
Ekstra Bladet to hire Sydney reporter
Applications close: 12/10/2019 03:12 PM
Danish news media organisation Ekstra Bladet is hiring for a journalist based in Sydney. The position will be offered as a one-year contract with options for extension.
The Sydney reporter will be charged with producing original Danish-language content, including breaking news for Ekstra Bladet’s official website, www.ekstrabladet.dk. They will also handle photo and video material from freelance crews for upload to the site. The reporter’s shift will start at 10PM Copenhagen time/8AM Sydney, to coincide with Ekstra Bladet readers in Denmark who may be awake in the late hours.
Candidates for the position must be Journalism/Communication graduates who are highly fluent in Danish and English. They should have a solid interest in Danish politics and weather, sports, business, and crime, plus professional experience in web design and CMS operations.
Gold Coast Bulletin searching for court reporter
News Corp Australia publication The Gold Coast Bulletin is opening applications for a new court reporter.
The court reporter will be assigned to report on cases at the Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts. The reportage may also pitching unique angles to interest Bulletin readers in other viewpoints of the story.
The candidate must have a proven record of working courtroom beats for print and digital news under tight deadlines, including articles that may have been front-page material. The person should be also highly familiar with media ethics and laws, social media management, and can exercise absolute impartiality in covering cases. The court-reporter-designate will also be required to work weeknights and on weekends.