|January 29, 2024
Brookline.News, a hyperlocal, nonprofit digital news site in Brookline, MA, is seeking a part-time reporter. Come join our fast-growing newsroom in the exciting world of nonprofit journalism, and help break local stories that are not being covered anywhere else!
This position is 20 hours a week, and scheduling is flexible depending on the candidate. This is a remote position, but will require in-person reporting in Brookline on a regular basis. The reporter will cover breaking news and a beat, and will be encouraged to write enterprise and investigative stories.
Applicants should have experience working in a professional news setting, writing both news and feature stories. Experience in local or community news is preferred, as is multimedia experience. Knowledge of Brookline is a plus.
The salary for this part-time position will range between $25,000 and $39,000 annually. The reporter will also receive a health insurance stipend.
To apply, please email Founding Editor Sam Mintz at firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume, brief cover letter, and three clips that highlight your best work.
Brookline.News, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit and member of the Institute for Nonprofit News, was founded in July 2022, incorporated in October 2022, and first published in May 2023 to help fill a news void in Brookline, MA. It is the only news organization dedicated solely to covering the town of 63,000. Brookline.News is dedicated to providing high quality journalism to its community, training the next generation of journalists, and working with similar organizations in Eastern Massachusetts and beyond to improve the quality of professional journalism on the local level. To learn more, visit our website.
Statement on racial equity, inclusion, diversity, and belonging.
Brookline.News is an equal employment opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, skin color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, military or veteran status, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition or any other protected characteristic. Brookline.News is committed to racial equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging.