|Date Posted||June 14, 2019|
|Industry||Newspapers / Wires|
Do you love food? Do you enjoy telling stories about food that also reveal the stories of people and communities? Do you get overjoyed when you discover a gem of a restaurant in an unexpected place? Does your writing convey that excitement and showcase your unique voice? If so, considering joining our food team!
The Seattle Times, a Pulitzer Prize-winning news company, is actively seeking a part-time Food Writer to join our food and drinks coverage team. We pride ourselves on finding interesting, revealing stories within the food world that help us understand how food fits into and tell us about our Northwest communities. You should have a discerning palate, familiarity with a wide variety of different cuisines, an innate curiosity and an appetite for adventurous eating. A demonstrated commitment to communicating the full glory and gamut of food-related stories is critical — including deliciousness, hunger, fun, struggle, “ewww” and more. This part-time role will focus on finding and writing about restaurants in the neighborhoods surrounding the city of Seattle — so go north, south, east and west and report back to help readers discover new, tasty places to eat.
Must be comfortable working no more than 20 hours per week and willing to work nights and weekends (as needed).
This role is a union-affiliated position and will require union dues be paid on a monthly basis. Additionally, this role requires a criminal background check, a drug screen for controlled substances (including marijuana), and a valid driver’s license and proof of car insurance.