Government Reporter

Company Name:
Lee Enterprises
## Description
The Times-News is looking for an ambitious Government Reporter to cover city, county and state politics. This position has served as a career springboard for other journalists. The reporter leaving the position just accepted a job with the Associated Press. Others were hired by the Chicago Tribune and Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Competitive candidates should have at least two years experience at a daily newspaper and a bachelor's degree in journalism or a related field. Please include a cover letter, resume and three work samples that show your versatility as a reporter and writer.
South-central Idaho is a family-friendly and affordable place to live, where year-round outdoor recreation abounds. You'll work with a vibrant, growing group of journalists committed to producing Idaho's best news product.
The Times-News is a 17,500-circulation daily newspaper (21,500 on Sundays) owned by Lee Enterprises. It offers a competitive salary, medical, dental, vision, and life insurance benefits, vacation, sick, holiday pay and 401K-retirement plan.
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We are a drug-free workplace, and all applicants considered for employment must pass a post-offer drug screen and background/mvr screening prior to commencing employment.
## Qualifications
Journalism experience or equivalent education required
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Excellent organizational skills
Demonstrated skill and ability with Multi-media platforms
Demonstrated news writing and reporting ability
Ability to meet deadlines and work within a fast paced environment
Work within a team environment
Good driving record
## Job
Job: News
Primary Location: Idaho-Twin Falls-The Times News - Twin Falls, ID
Organization: Times News
Schedule: Full-time
Job Posting: Apr 17, 2014, 4:40:00 PM
Req ID: 000101J4

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