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Shift journo sought for The Market Herald

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Perth business publication The Market Herald is opening a slot for a part-time reporter.

The reporter will be assigned to the 11PM-5AM shift on a flexible schedule, writing detailed breaking news content. They will also cover press releases as they are sent to the newsroom.

Applicants should be at least a journalism graduate with moderate knowledge of finance and the stock markets. The paper may consider people who have appeared before the camera in a professional setting. Applications will be addressed to the companies and markets editor, comprising a cover letter, CV and samples of quality articles.

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News editor wanted for West Australian Regional Newspapers

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Seven West Media’s West Australian Regional Newspapers is searching for a news editor, to be based in Busselton, WA.

The news editor is in charge of processing all incoming content and write some of the material themselves. They will also liaise with the editorial staff in planning article production and layout, and to conduct interviews with subjects of interest. The person may also be tapped to represent the West Australian Regional Newspapers in public events, and build up contacts in the local community.

The prospect must have worked in an editor role for at least three years. They must be capable of working efficiently under sheer pressure, have strong interview and communication skills, and bears a valid driver’s licence.

Political reporter sought for NT News

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News Corp Australia paper NT News is on the market for a new political reporter, to be based in Darwin.

The reporter will produce politics and general news stories for the NT News’ paper edition and digital channels. They may be also on the move for leads to stories that have not yet reached mainstream attention and also interact with readers.

Candidates should have over three years’ journalism experience, preferably covering the politics beat, and can conduct detailed interviews. They must be team players capable of rendering sound analysis and judgment to the coverage and can submit articles on time.

SCA to hire audio journalist

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Southern Cross Austereo is opening its doors to a new audio journalist based on the Gold Coast.

The audio journalist will produce news items for SCA’s FM stations and device apps. The content will also include items about the local community.

Candidates must have at least three years’ experience in a commercial radio station with a proven record of generating content within deadlines and can read out the news in a conversational style. Applicants proficient in NewsBoss and familiarity with the Gold Coast and Tweed may be considered. Prospective applications must include a sample concise audio demo alongside the cover letter and CV.

Romano Beck to hire senior account exec

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St Kilda PR agency Romano Beck is in need of a senior account executive.

The senior account executive will be tasked to run up to five different client accounts at any one time, with the work ranging from developing media releases and answering media inquiries, to handling social media and influencer campaigns. They will also collaborate with other Romano Beck personnel in organising client activities and track associated metrics.

The position is open to PR/marketing professionals with a verifiable work record. They must be capable of rapid initiative, attention to detail, creative planning, and mentoring.

SBS hiring for Tasmania correspondent

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SBS’s Tasmania branch is opening applications for a new video correspondent, based in Hobart.

The correspondent will be primarily assigned to cover stories on the island that may have national interest and implications. They will also aid the newsroom with story ideas, and produce and edit the stories they cover.

The candidate should have at least two years’ experience in video news reporting, have skills in live broadcasts, can edit and upload for multiple platforms, and travel for breaking news coverage. The person must be highly familiar with Tasmania’s communities and SBS Radio.