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Company: Wichita Business Journal
Visual storyteller
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
May 31, 2013
Job ID: 1489506



The Wichita Business Journal is looking for a photojournalist who can tell stories for both the WBJ’s print and online products. We are looking for someone who is driven by his/her curiosity as much as breaking news. This position reports to the managing editor. The ideal candidate:

- Is an experienced news photographer who delivers balanced, well-composed, layered photographs
- Pushes him/herself to take photographic risks     
- Turns ordinary assignments into extraordinary results
- Can lead the WBJ’s photography and video efforts
- Generates his/her own story ideas
- Works in a collaborative environment with reporters
- Works closely with editors and designers to producing compelling visual packages
- Continues to learn and expand upon his/her skill set

Expert level of Photoshop and color-correcting is a must; working knowledge of InDesign and/or Final Cut Pro a bonus.

The WBJ's parent company, American City Business Journals, has begun to place a stronger emphasis on design and photography. ACBJ recently hired renowned media consultant Mario Garcia to help reinvent the company's print and digital platforms.

Please send samples of your work, a resume and a cover letter detailing why you’re a good fit for the WBJ to Editor Bill Roy at


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