Politics, government, San Diego City Hall wire service journalist

City News Service, Inc., San Diego, California

Date PostedJanuary 11, 2018
IndustryNewspapers / Wires
Job StatusFull-time
SalaryNot Specified

Politics, government and San Diego City Hall.

If you've always wanted to be a political journalist at the center of government action that affects the 1.4 million residents of San Diego, this may be just the unique opening for you.

City News Service, the nation's largest regional wire service, has an immediate full-time opening for an experienced reporter at San Diego City Hall. If you know news, know San Diego, know how to turn out numerous strong stories quickly and cultivate sources, then this should be the next step in your professional journalism career.

The major San Diego TV stations, radio stations, websites, newspapers and operations with any kind of Internet presence rely on CNS for many of their local stories and breaking alerts. Everybody in town will know your byline and your work.

It'll be a tough job, but possibly the most rewarding experience you'll ever have. This is a major-market wire service with a "deadline every minute," and accuracy is of the utmost importance. You'll work on multiple stories at a time.

You must be a college graduate with professional reporting experience who lives in the San Diego area. If you're interested, immediately email your resume and cover letter to Kelly Wheeler, San Diego bureau chief, at SDCrim@SBCglobal.net. CNS (www.SoCalNews.com) is an equal opportunity employer. Due to the number of applications, we may not be able to respond to each submission.

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