Reporter II - Family Issues
|April 23, 2012 - May 15, 2012|
|Salary Range:||43,784 - 65,624|
|Employment Type:||Full Time|
|Description:||The family issues reporter will develop content targeted specifically to appeal to families. The content must be relevant and developed with a strategy to connect with families across multiple platforms - the newspaper, tennessean.com, mobile and tablets. The reporter should be capable of building a "brand" around his/her content - robust interactivity with audience is a must. |
|Duties:||The reporter will be expected to develop high-caliber, indepth stories on serious issues ranging from domestic violence to child care inspections to nursing home quality and home foreclosures. Strong investigative reporting skills are necessary as well as an ability to obtain, analyze and interpret data. These would be mixed in with shorter-range stories on a beat designed for versatility, but focused mainly on the myriad challenges that come with raising children, caring for elderly parents, and other matters related to keeping things together in the modern world. |
|Qualifications:||Journalism education with a minimum of 4-5 years reporting experience. Strong multimedia storytelling skills and the ability to craft compelling presentations digitally and in print on how cultural change is affecting family life.|
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