Townsville Bulletin hiring for QLD political reporter
News Corp Australia broadsheet Townsville Bulletin is looking for a political reporter.
The person will be tasked to cover developments in the North Queensland region’s political environment, with guidance from the editorial staff. They will also use the content to help engage the Bulletin’s readership and discover more potential leads.
Candidates for the post must have a detailed record in newsroom and field reporting for digital and print platforms, including proven capability to write and submit content within deadlines. Consideration may be also made for applicants who are highly familiar with North Queensland’s political scene.
DoComeMonday hiring journalists
The DoComeMonday Media Group has opened slots for two journalists on its rolls to be based in Balmain, Sydney.
The journalists will be tasked to cover developments in Australia’s aged-care and retirement living industry, such as relevant political and business matters, B2B/B2C, and finance.
Candidates for the post must be college/university graduates with at least three years experience in the journalism circuit. They must be capable of picking up on important leads, quickly researching their material and can proofread their own content prior to submission, plus being a team player and to work with minimal supervision.
Kate, Tim, and Marty seeks audio producer
NOVA Entertainment is on the lookout for a new audio producer on drive show Kate, Tim, and Marty.
The person will be tasked with managing the audio feed for the show, and also assist the station staff in other production matters.
Candidates should have professional credentials with at least three years’ experience in radio audio production. Essential skills required include creative writing, social media management, and advanced qualification in Pro Tools software. They must also be capable of working with minimal supervision.
National security editor sought for The Strategist
Applications close: 04/16/2020 07:04 PM
The Strategist, the official publication of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), is opening a two-year contract position for a national security editor.
The national security editor is tasked with regularly producing and editing content for The Strategist, and doing other related matters. They may also be assigned by the ASPI executive director, defence and national security director, and the executive editor on special projects, and will be required to participate in ASPI activities.
Applicants for the post must be distinguished graduates of courses relevant to defence and security, and have at least three years’ work experience in a major media outlet, especially print publications. The person must be highly adept in writing, editing, and data analysis, and can work with minimal supervision. The application packet must comprise a one-page cover letter detailing qualifications and a CV with two contact references.
Candidates with extensive contact listings in the Australian national security establishment are also welcome to apply.
Sydney Morning Herald to hire senior columnist
Nine newspaper the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) has an opening for a new senior columnist.
The person will be primarily tasked to write daily pieces for the paper’s CBD section, and also cover breaking news. The work will also be contingent on developing community contacts.
Candidates must have adequate experience in column writing and news reporting. They must also carry deep interest in state and federal politics, sports, and the arts, plus have an extensive contact list. Applications will comprise a CV and cover letter detailing experience and viability for the role.
The Market Herald hiring for news presenter
The Market Herald is opening a position for a news presenter, to be based in Perth.
Reporting to the paper’s companies and markets editor, the person is tasked with researching and producing detailed content for the Market Herald’s news edition, especially breaking news material.
Candidates should be Journalism or Broadcasting graduates with up to two years’ experience in a live news reporting environment. They must have a strong on-camera presence, clear verbal communication skills, and deep knowledge of business and finance topics. The Market Herald will require a recent sample of the applicant’s presentation skills in addition to a cover letter and CV.