Seattle Times seeks investigative/enterprise reporter
Via Sharon Pian Chan:
Enterprise/Investigative ReporterJob Description
The Seattle Times is looking for an experienced, high-end reporter with proven investigative and writing skills who can help our newsroom demonstrate to readers why our journalism is indispensable.Qualifications
Candidates should have a minimum of 5 years experience in a major news organization and a proven track record of writing stories that have made a significant difference in their communities. Reporting openings here are rare, so we are only looking for the best and the brightest. Candidates should be passionate about storytelling, generating their own ideas to take readers where they have not been before through exclusive reporting and imaginative writing. Multimedia skills are a plus.
How to apply
To apply, submit the following materials via this website no later than February 8.
- Cover letter
- Links to no more than 10 stories or packages (If content is behind a paywall, please save a PDF version and upload to this site as an attachment.)
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