The News Tribune complies with all city, state and federal employment laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, and physical or mental disability in recruiting, hiring, training and promoting in all job classifications.
Finalists for all positions must successfully pass a drug screen urinalysis. Washington State law requires employees working around moving equipment be 18 or older.
For your convenience, resumes for posted jobs may be mailed, faxed, or brought to any of our branch offices in person.
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Types of jobs at The News Tribune
Advertising: Artist, Copy Writer, Retail, Sales Representative, Classified or National Sales Manager, Vice President, Advertising
Art and design: Artist, Computer Graphics Specialist, Web Designer, Page Designer
Business: Accountant, Accounting Clerk, Accounting Manager, VP of Finance
Circulation: Single Copy Sales Representative, Field Representative, District Manager, Branch Manager, VP of Circulation
Human resources: Benefits Specialist, Human Resources Analyst, Human Resources Manager, Payroll Specialist
Graphics / photography: Artist, Information Graphics Specialist, Computer Graphics Artist, Mapmaker, Photographer
Information services: Computer Operator, Hardware Maintenance, Specialist, Programmer, Systems Analyst, Systems Editor
Management: VP of Advertising, VP of Circulation, VP of Finance, IT Director, Administration Director, Director of Human Resources, Marketing Director, Production Manager, Publisher, Editorial Page Editor
Marketing / promotions: Copy Writer, Artist, Community Affairs Manager, Market Research Manager, Marketing Manager, Promotion Director, Creative Services Manager, Educational Services Manager, Public Relations Manager
News / editorial: Reporter, Columnist, Editor, Sports Editor, Lifestyle Writer, Copy Editor, Feature Editor, City Editor, Editorial Writer, Librarian
Office: Administrative Assistant, Receptionist, Clerk
Operations: Camera Operator, Scanner Operator, Press Operator, Quality Control Manager, Production Coordinator, Production Manager, Director of Production, Packager
Sales: Sales Representative, Sales Manager
Technical services: Mechanic, Electronic Maintenance Specialist, Computer Programmer, Systems Analyst
If you're a college student looking for an internship, we'd like to hear from you.
We're looking for smart, curiosity-driven self-starters who are interested in picking up professional experience in news features or sports reporting, copy editing/page design, online or photography. Your school must provide academic credit for the experience. These positions are not paid.
Internships last about 8-10 weeks, depending on circumstances. We're flexible about scheduling, including the option of making it part-time, and we can work around your semester or quarter schedule. Application deadline for summer internships is Feb. 21, 2013. While the program is primarily designed for summers, we can accommodate internships year-round. Contact us if interested.
To apply, send a resume (including three references), a cover letter telling us a little about you and three to six samples of your published work.
The News Tribune
c/o Grace Ryan
1950 S. State St.
Tacoma, WA 98405
A previous internship is helpful, but not required. Reporting interns must have valid driver's licenses and reliable transportation.
For more information, contact internship coordinator Sue Kidd.
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