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Company: The Arizona Republic
Position:
Community-news Watchdog Reporter
Location:
Arizona
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
February 21, 2013
Job ID: 1463283

Description:

Community-news watchdog reporter

The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com seek a community-watchdog reporter adept at using public records, documents, sources and interviews to hold institutions and leaders accountable. This entry-level position is covering two public school districts, including  the fourth largest district in Arizona.  The reporter must display critical thinking and the strong analytical skills needed to evaluate ideas and execute government-accountability stories with impact. The reporter needs to have proven talent to build sources inside and outside of institutions on a local, state and national scale. He or she also must demonstrate command of social media to research work, build sources and engage audiences. Stories should be well-organized, written with authority and told through various means of storytelling. The reporter will provide accountability reporting for digital, print and broadcast, and must be aware of the deadline requirements for each so that work is prioritized accordingly. Please send a resume and four to six stories to  Community Watchdog director Venita James at venita.james@arizonarepublic.com.

 

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