The El Dorado News-Times is seeking an energetic reporter to cover the education beat in Union County, Arkansas. This beat includes coverage of the El Dorado School District, home of the El Dorado Promise, which covers the costs of higher education for El Dorado students. This beat requires an organized, planned approach to effectively cover several school districts in the area, with a primary focus on El Dorado. The education reporter is also responsible for organizing a weekly section dedicated to education that is provided to teachers and schools in the area. This section features both staff written copy and submitted features from area educators and classrooms, and requires someone who can effectively develop good relationships with administrators and teachers alike.
El Dorado is home of the Murphy Arts District that recently made national news with grand opening headline acts such as the X -Ambassadors, Brad Paisley, ZZ Top, Natasha Bedingfield, Train, Hunter Hayes, Ashley McBride, Chase Bryant, Migos, Robert Randolph & The Family and Smokey Robinson. They now maintain a regular schedule of nationally known artists.
To apply send your resume and clips to Managing Editor, Madeleine Leroux, at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to El Dorado News-Times, P.O. Box 912, El Dorado, AR 71731. The El Dorado News-Times is a member of a newspaper and multi-media company that may provide promotion opportunities within the company. We are an equal opportunity employer offering paid vacation, sick time, 401-k, group insurance and a profit sharing program.
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