Friday, February 5, 2021
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North County Reporter
ThePalm Beach Post, part of the USA Today network, is seeking a high-energy, digitally savvy reporter to cover one of its highest-profile beats. Northern Palm Beach County is a land of contrasts, of waterfront mansions and mobile-home parks, of pristine beaches and clogged roads, of homicide scenes and houses of worship, of new money and newer immigrants, of alligators, sea turtles and the occasional runaway kangaroo.The ideal candidates will know how to pull the smartest stories from this wealth of material.Those candidates will be nimble and well-rounded, able to pivot from crime to public policy to features to enterprise on a dime; each day may demand a different kind of story.
The main priority of the beat is to provide content that is invaluable and unique and cant be found, or easily replicated, anywhere else.We needthat kind ofsteady stream of quality reporting and writing that leads to digital subscriptions. But youalsoare the go-to person for the audience on this beat, soyoullbreaktimely, usefulnews, always being in tune to what the audience needs and wantsand offering context, depth and perspective no one else can match.
The beat includes being a watchdog on the municipal government, attending regular meetings, building sources and looking for ripe stories while always keeping an eye out for the audiences pocketbooks.
They will be aggressive, adept at using social media and eager to tell stories in innovative ways. They'll have no fear of shooting photos and video, or of engaging with readers online or in person. They should have experience using public records and databases and be quick to develop sources.Theyll be part of a community-coverage team that draws on each other's strengths and helps to make The Post the kind of newspaper that reporters and editors want to call home.
Bilingual skills are especially valued, but not required, for the countys population is diverse and continues to diversify.Expectations are high for this position; so are the chances that the reporter who earns it will find it especially satisfying.
Interested and qualified journalists, please apply here and upload your materials combined into one single document with as much of the following as possible: your updated resume, a brief cover letter explaining your interest and fit for the position, and your portfolio/clips/links to a few samples of your work. **It's important that these items be combined into a single document attachment/upload (preferably in PDF format). The application will only allow one document upload. Completing these steps will ensure that you receive the highest consideration.
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