KEZI is accepting applications for the position of Multimedia Journalist.
OPENING DATE: June 22, 2016
CLOSING DATE: Until filled
LOCATION: Eugene, OR
KEZI 9 News is looking for a competitive, hard-working multimedia journalist in Western Oregon.
The right person will be a self-starter, curious about the world around them, detail-oriented and a phenomenal team player. Desire to learn and grow is a must, as well as, social media/digital experience. They will be expected to enterprise content on a daily basis, as well as, foster and maintain community contacts and relationships. They will also be able to shoot, edit and write stories for multiple platforms to include television, digital and social media. Active live reporting in the field and studio is a must. They will also be expected to work weekends and holidays.
Experienced preferred but willing to give the right entry-level person a shot. Ability to speak Spanish a plus. Must have a clean driving record. A background check and pre-employment drug screen is required.
Western Oregon is beyond beautiful with scenery from the Coast to the Mountains. We also are home to two universities, University of Oregon and Oregon State University. It’s a great place to work hard and play hard with a great group of journalists!
Email cover letter, resume, references and link to reel to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If by mail to:
Ms. Debbie Carter
KEZI 9 News
P.O. Box 7009
Springfield, OR 97475
No phone calls, please.
KEZI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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