We are looking for a cadet journalist to join our non-daily newspaper division. Whether you come from the Goulburn Valley, the metro area or the other side of the country - if you are passionate about your writing, we would like to hear from you.Candidates should have a keen eye for a good story and a true interest in reading and writing. Also essential are excellent communication skills and the ability to build networks quickly. But most importantly, you need to display the willingness to learn and grow as a journalist.Applicants should possess keen interest in all issues that affect a community, from local government and politics to stories of human and social interest. With help and mentoring from our senior staff, you will learn to write great articles that matter to the audience. You will cover general news, create feature articles and break news online. You will also take photographs, produce video and become proficient in the use of social media.A strong work ethic, excellent time management, well-developed research and writing skills, together with the ability to work under deadline pressure are all crucial. Sound computer knowledge will help. A valid driver’s licence and readiness to work flexible hours including weekends, evenings and public holidays are also essential.If you would like to join our team, please submit your resume, together with a cover letter and any examples of written work you would like to share; applications close Sunday, October 27. If you have any queries or would like to discuss the position further, please do not hesitate to contact Andrew Mole, Group Editor (non-dailies) on 0419 132 369. 45000 AUD Kyabram 3620

Cadet Journalist

We are looking for a cadet journalist to join our non-daily newspaper division. Whether you come from the Goulburn Valley, the metro area or the other side of the country - if you are passionate about your writing, we would like to hear from you.

Candidates should have a keen eye for a good story and a true interest in reading and writing. Also essential are excellent communication skills and the ability to build networks quickly. But most importantly, you need to display the willingness to learn and grow as a journalist.

Applicants should possess keen interest in all issues that affect a community, from local government and politics to stories of human and social interest. With help and mentoring from our senior staff, you will learn to write great articles that matter to the audience. You will cover general news, create feature articles and break news online. You will also take photographs, produce video and become proficient in the use of social media.

A strong work ethic, excellent time management, well-developed research and writing skills, together with the ability to work under deadline pressure are all crucial. Sound computer knowledge will help. A valid driver’s licence and readiness to work flexible hours including weekends, evenings and public holidays are also essential.

If you would like to join our team, please submit your resume, together with a cover letter and any examples of written work you would like to share; applications close Sunday, October 27. If you have any queries or would like to discuss the position further, please do not hesitate to contact Andrew Mole, Group Editor (non-dailies) on 0419 132 369.