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Company: Sacramento Business Journal
Position:
State government reporter
Location:
California
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
March 21, 2013
Job ID: 1470059

Description:

The Sacramento Business Journal is looking for an aggressive and ambitious reporter to cover one of California’s biggest businesses: state government. This is not a political reporting position. The job requires delving into the state bureaucracy to find stories about how businesses in Sacramento and beyond are affected by contracts, regulations and legislation.

This is a new position, requiring a reporter who’s eager to stake out new territory and develop sources who have never spoken with the press before. Candidates must show they can routinely break news and explain complex issues while meeting daily web and weekly print deadlines and energetically interacting with readers through social media.

The Sacramento Business Journal, one of 40 papers owned by American City Business Journals, is a trusted news organization in a city that boasts a high quality of life and a reasonable cost of living. Pay is competitive and benefits are excellent.

Candidates are invited to email cover letter, resume and links or clips to sac_jobs@bizjournals.com.

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