|Date Posted||May 11, 2022|
|Industry||Newspapers / Wires, Digital Media|
|Required Education||Bachelor's Degree|
|Salary||$48,000 - $60,000|
Wyoming’s fastest-growing news organization is looking for a public lands and wildlife, with a splash of agriculture, reporter.
The ideal candidate has a passion for the outdoors and the policy shaping Wyoming’s public lands, wildlife management, our national and state parks, hunting, the environment, agriculture, and resource management.
You love these issues. You love talking to people. You love presenting an unbiased look at these, in many cases, explosive issues.
You’re a great writer. You like to travel. You understand the demands of a digital job.
Most importantly, you’re unbiased. You don’t sit in an ivory tower (there are enough of those out here). You’re of the people.
If you have an agenda outside of great journalism, move on. We don’t believe in “activist journalism.”
We're an outstanding organization with great people. Our audience has quadrupled in the last year. We were acquired in February by a Wyoming owner (not a chain) who believes in quality journalism and quality journalists. Unlike so much of the news industry, we're expanding.
You'll be surrounded by a group of people who care about quality journalism. Quality editors, quality reporters, quality environment.
Great benefits too.
Interested? Email us your cover letter and resume: News@CowboyStateDaily.com