We are looking for a budding writer who has the skills, passion and determination to develop a career in journalism.Previous experience is not essential, but the willingness to learn is a must. We will consider Year 12 VCE graduates for a First Year Cadetship, or university journalism graduates for a Third Year Cadetship. As this is a learning role, a combination of formal and on-the-job training will be provided. Under guidance from senior journalists, you will learn to write news stories, sports reports and features for publication in the Southern Riverina News. Most importantly, you must love writing and have a talent to tell a good story as well as sound verbal and written communication skills. Working to deadlines, you will need to be organised, with good time management and strong attention to detail. A keen interest in sport and some knowledge of photography would also be an advantage. Breaking news online and producing video content will be required as will the use of social media. Additionally, we would like you to demonstrate solid general knowledge, be self-motivated and have an ability to build rapport quickly. As with most journalism roles,  valid driver’s licence and the ability to work flexible hours including weekends, evenings and public holidays are essential.For further information, or a position description please contact Leesa Muir, General Manager on (03) 5881 2322. Applications, including a resume and a cover letter, together with examples of published work, if available, should be sent by Sunday, May 30. 45000 AUD Finley 2713

Cadet Journalist - Finley

We are looking for a budding writer who has the skills, passion and determination to develop a career in journalism.

Previous experience is not essential, but the willingness to learn is a must. We will consider Year 12 VCE graduates for a First Year Cadetship, or university journalism graduates for a Third Year Cadetship. As this is a learning role, a combination of formal and on-the-job training will be provided. Under guidance from senior journalists, you will learn to write news stories, sports reports and features for publication in the Southern Riverina News

Most importantly, you must love writing and have a talent to tell a good story as well as sound verbal and written communication skills. Working to deadlines, you will need to be organised, with good time management and strong attention to detail. A keen interest in sport and some knowledge of photography would also be an advantage. Breaking news online and producing video content will be required as will the use of social media. 

Additionally, we would like you to demonstrate solid general knowledge, be self-motivated and have an ability to build rapport quickly. As with most journalism roles,  valid driver’s licence and the ability to work flexible hours including weekends, evenings and public holidays are essential.

For further information, or a position description please contact Leesa Muir, General Manager on (03) 5881 2322. Applications, including a resume and a cover letter, together with examples of published work, if available, should be sent by Sunday, May 30.