Another one from former North Bay Chron reporter Pamela Podger:
The Seattle P-I's Graphics and Design team is seeking a talented, sophisticated and versatile designer who is able to conceptualize and execute innovative ideas under daily deadline pressure. The ideal candidate would have strong typography, packaging and visual editing skills with a passion for bold, informative news presentation.
Daily assignments will vary with opportunities to work on news, sports and features sections. We are looking for someone who is flexible, able to roll with last minute changes and is willing help where help is needed. Experience with CCI and the Adobe Creative Suite is a plus.
This is a night design position and the daily schedule will vary from 2 p.m.-11 p.m. to 4 p.m.-1 a.m. Working a Sunday rotation and split days off will be required at times.
The deadline for internal applications is Wed, June 13. If you are interested, please contact me. We are also accepting external applications.
Human Resources Manager
The P-I is currently accepting applications for the A&E assigning editor position. We are seeking an experienced assignment editor to plan and edit our arts and entertainment coverage. Strong word editing skills, ability to manage a creative writing staff, and a strong pop-culture sensibility are essential. Also preferred: entertainment coverage experience, familiarity with development of online content, and experience working with designers to present news content. Candidates must respond well to breaking news, have excellent news judgment, and work efficiently and effectively on deadline. Position requires strong organizational and long-range planning skills, and a talent for spotting trends and producing enterprise stories and packages for print and online.
Responsibilities include content for the daily Life and Arts section, the weekly What's Happening tab, A1 enterprise, staff blogs, and development of other online content. The job involves working some nights and weekends. This editor must have the ability to work independently as well as be a contributing member of the management team, and must deal professionally with the public.
A Bachelor's degree in journalism or related field; five years experience at a daily newspaper; management and editing experience; or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
Human Resources Manager