Columbia Job News:
AAJA Career Listings:
Editor & Publisher:
National Press Foundation:
http://www.mediabistro.com maintains both job listings and a freelance marketplace.
UPDATE (June 6, 12:16 a.m.)
UC Berkeley (type "editor" or "writer" in search bar)
Stanford (type "editor" or "writer" in search bar)
Also, the Stanford Business School often hires freelancers to write magazine articles or summaries of research papers. The publications director is Cathy Castillo (email@example.com) and the magazine editor is Kathy O'Toole (OToole_Kathy@gsb.stanford.edu).
UPDATE (June 6, 9:17 a.m.)
Many media organizations post jobs on their corporate web sites where they list far more positions. Here are some examples:
Dow Jones: http://www.dowjones.com/Careers/Careers.htm
Freedom Communications: http://www.freedom.com/jobs/
UPDATE (June 6, 3:53 p.m.)
www.ccnma.org -- California Chicano News Media Association; collection of jobs in various media in California and elsewhere, with the board open to nonmembers
http://jobs.copyeditor.com/home/index.cfm?site_id=502 -- listings for editors of various types; run by McMurry, a custom publisher in Phoenix
http://careers.poynter.org/search/browse/ -- the Poynter Institute for Media Studies now offers job listings
www.idealist.org -- Idealist.org, job board in nonprofit sector offers many positions for writers, editors, content producers
www.csne.org -- the California Society of Newspaper Editors maintains a job board
www.cnpa.com -- the California Newspaper Publishers Association lists jobs in the CNPA Bulletin
UPDATE (June 8, 6:17 p.m.)
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UPDATE (June 11, 11:35 a.m.)
Two lesser-trafficked job Web sites that serve print professionals looking to transition to the comparatively healthy world of public radio (www.current.org), and
another that lists technical writing jobs (www.developers.net – type
"writer" in the search field.
UPDATE (June 21, 10:32 a.m.)
www.sunoasis.com -- Rounds up all sorts of writing jobs, mostly, in corporate and journalism.
www.emmasciencewriter.com/Jobslist.html -- Emma Hitt's Jobs List, a roundup of health and pharma writing opportunities all over the nation, some of them onsite and others that can be done from anywhere. Editing jobs turn up here, too.
www.simplyhired.com -- Simply Hired is a vertical search engine company based in Silicon Valley. The site claims it's building the largest online database of jobs on the planet.
UPDATE (June 28, 11:32 a.m.)
Lucas Mast at simplyhired.com set up this job board especially for The Chronicle (although folks at the Merc and elsewhere can obviously make use of it): http://sfgate.jobamatic.com
Thanks to Pia Sarkar, Al Saracevic, Elizabeth DeHoff, Ben Pimentel, Todd Wallack, Holly Ocasio Rizzo, Jessica Guynn, John Hubbell for the links. If we missed any, add them to the comments and we'll update.
UPDATE (Sept. 12)
Here's a company that specializes in executive recruitment for the newspaper industry: http://www.mediarecruiters.com/