The following positions are open and updated weekly. We encourage all Guild Freelancers to apply.
Content Freelancers, Freelance Journalists, and Fact Checkers
San Francisco, CA
At Healthline Networks, a San-Francisco based health content publisher, our mission is to improve health by offering readers objective, trustworthy, and accurate health information. To accomplish this mission, we are seeking to add to our pool of talented freelance writers and journalists who contribute content on specific health topics.Healthline publishes health information and news on Healthline.com, and also provides content and services to companies like Yahoo! Health, GE, Microsoft, and Demand Media. We are seeking freelancers for three types of assignments: (1) General Health Content, (2) Health News, and (3) Fact Checking. Pay is on a per-article basis and varies by assignment.
Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume. For freelance writers, please submit 3 published clips (or links to clips) that demonstrate your research and writing skills. For freelance journalists, please submit 3 published news clips (or links to clips). Most of the writers we work with are experienced professionals; however, we are happy to consider material from recent graduates.
In your cover letter, please note the types of assignments you are applying to write. In addition, please answer the following questions:
1. Please describe the correct use of a semi-colon. We will be especially impressed if you use a semi-colon correctly in another section of your cover letter.
2. Out of the following five sources, please tell us which ones would be acceptable to reference in an authoritative health article: Institute of Medicine, WebMD, National Institutes of Health, CDC, About.com, WHO
3. Please describe a time when you went above and beyond to meet a deadline.
We look forward to your application!
SF sunshine panel journalist's seat open
A journalist's seat on San Francisco's Sunshine Ordinance Task Force is vacant. The task force is an 11-member policy body that monitors how well or poorly city personnel, boards, commissions, departments etc. comply with local and state open-meeting and public-records laws.
The opening is for Seat #2, which is reserved for a journalist nominated by the Society of Professional Journalists, Northern California chapter. The complete criteria for serving on the task force are set forth in Sunshine Ordinance Sec. 67.30(a). The text of the ordinance is accessible via the task force's website, http://sfgov.org/sunshine.
Service on the task force typically involves 15 to 20 hours a month, including meetings and pre-meeting preparation. The task force normally meets the first Wednesday each month and its committees usually meet during the third week of each month. Meetings usually start at 4 p.m. Members receive no pay or expense reimbursement but are eligible for the wonderfully inexpensive health coverage offered to city personnel.
Anyone interested in serving should contact Tom Peele, co-chair of SPJ NorCal's Freedom of Information Committee, at thomaspeele @ thomaspeele.com.
Anyone wanting additional information is encouraged to contact Richard Knee, the PMWG's California vice president and a former task force member, at rak0408 @ earthlink.net. Please spread the word on this.
The Advocate magazine
Los Angeles, CA
The Advocate magazine is looking for freelance writers for its website in a series of topic areas. Writers should have enough time to occasionally turn around short stories in response to news, while also thinking longer term and pitching ideas on their beat. The Advocate regularly experiments with new topic areas or expands coverage in existing areas, such as politics or entertainment.
Topic areas open now include: Parenting and Families, Sports, Geek
No matter the story, any coverage from The Advocate zeroes in on LGBT people or the issues challenging them. So a demonstrated understanding of LGBT readership is vital to success. Previous writing experience a must, as is knowledge of AP style. Experience working with a content management system such as Drupal or WordPress is also preferred.
If interested, please send clips and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Freelance on-air reporters
NBC Bay Area
San Jose, CA
NBC Bay Area is looking for someone to report for its daily news programs on a freelance basis. The successful candidate will take a proactive approach to developing content for breaking news and daily stories on multiple platforms and learning and using all applications available to do so. Work with news managers and assignment editors and producers to identify and execute news coverage, provide status of coverage to management and establish a network of contacts and sources.
Please email resume as a PDF attachment to email@example.com. Resumes and/or cover letter should also include a link to online portfolio/reel of your work.
For more information, follow this link.
San Francisco, CA
Unique stock footage company is seeking a part-time Media Archivist. Our company specializes in providing offbeat and unusual footage for films and web related projects worldwide. This position is part time with possible advancement to full time work. We are searching for someone who is has proven experience in archiving, database management and historical research backed up with post-production and strong software and tech skills.
To Apply: Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org
Blog Content Writer
San Francisco, CA
Jhana Education, a new e-learning company helping young new managers at tech companies manage better, is looking for blog content writers who can be developed to contribute 1 x month or even more frequently.
Blog articles focus on topics such as: improving weekly 1-on-1s with your direct reports, what people are really asking for when they ask for a raise, social media pitfalls that can derail your career, how to tell if you're a micromanager (and what you can do about it). Our users want practical, actionable help—no fluff—written in a fresh voice that speaks to them.
Read some sample content here: https://www.jhanaeducation.com/content/
Pay ranges from $.75 to $1.00 per word depending on experience.
Please send relevant samples to:
Director of Content
San Francisco Business Times
San Francisco, CA
The San Francisco Business Times is a regional newspaper covering Bay Area business news, people and trends. The award-winning San Francisco Business Times is seeking experienced editorial interns -- one for research and one for writing and reporting. RESPONSIBILITIES: One intern will report and write stories for both the print edition and web site. The second is a research-only position to conduct research for our awards-based publications. The internship is for approximately 30-40 hours per week and pays $12 an hour. QUALIFICATIONS: Solid journalism experience at a student newspaper and/or an internship at a newspaper, magazine or web site. Business journalism experience is a plus. This means you need published clips. Strong command of English grammar, usage and punctuation. To be dependable and organized. To be extremely detail-oriented. To be available 30-40 hours per week. To be accustomed to working in a team atmosphere. To be in possession of a sense of humor and strong people skills. Knowledge of the Bay Area.To Apply: Email the following to email@example.com: A cover letter explaining your interest in the internship and whether you are applying to the writing or the research internship and most importantly what you bring to the internship. A resume. Three to five writing clips, if you are applying to the writing position. Research intern candidates need not include this. Two to three references. OR By mail: San Francisco Business Times, 275 Battery St., Suite 940, San Francisco, CA 94111, Attn.: Emily Fancher, Senior Editor By phone: 415-288-4948 By Fax: (415) 394-9905 Please note: Candidates with no journalism experience will NOT be considered.
San Francisco, CA
KQED Arts is a community-supported television, radio and digital-media producer with a mission to change lives for the better, promote civic engagement and bring the arts to everyone. RESPONSIBILITIES: KQED Arts is seeking an editor/producer/curator to focus on visual arts in the Bay Area. Working part-time, the visual arts editor is responsible for planning and developing online coverage of artists, events and trends, with a focus that ranges from well-known artists to emerging talents. QUALIFICATIONS: The winning candidate will have an eclectic range of interests and knowledge across the region's diverse visual arts genres. As a curator, he or she will have well-honed instincts and opinions about visual arts that appeal to an audience eager to explore familiar and emerging visual arts genres. The top candidate will also develop and expand a network of sources and correspondents to contribute to KQED's Arts blog, The Do List, and other visual arts minded programming. Familiarity with the local arts scene, shows, and events will be an important success factor of the job. To Apply please follow This Link and please send: A resume; A cover letter detailing your strengths as an editor and your experience covering and/or participating in the arts. Please do NOT contact KQED employees directly.
Senior Editor/KQED Arts
KQED Arts is a community-supported television, radio and digital-media producer with a mission to change lives for the better, promote civic engagement and bring the arts to everyone. RESPONSIBILITIES: Working closely with the Executive in Charge, the Senior Editor leads the editorial development of the Arts service, including content strategies for growing a more diverse audience, developing KQED Arts web-based content, as well as radio and TV programming. The Senior Editor is responsible for implementing the KQED Arts editorial strategy. The Senior Editor will work to achieve maximum reach and audience impact with an emphasis on using new technologies and social media. S/he will work closely with the Education Manager to ensure the delivery of original content, reach and relevance within formal and informal education settings. There are also a host of content creation opportunities for this position across our primary platforms. The position oversees the work of several content producers and reports directly to the Executive in Charge of KQED Arts. Qualifications: Ability to perform tasks outlined above.
To Apply: Apply online here. Please send: A resume; A cover letter detailing your strengths as an editor and your experience covering and/or participating in the arts; Please do NOT contact KQED employees directly.
English Assistant Professor
Contra Costa Community College District
There are two positions open for English Assistant Professors with Contra Costa Community College District. The positions require 1) teaching a full-time load, part of which may be assigned in the evening and/or weekend programs. This instructor will teach both developmental and transfer integrated reading/writing/critical thinking courses; 2) maintaining regular office hours; and 3) participating in college, division and department governance activities.
Contact the Los Medanos College, Office of Instruction at 925-473-7408 or for more information, please click here.
The Bee seeks an experienced editor to lead its local coverage, including news, business and features, overseeing a staff of 45. For more information, follow this link. We are looking for someone with at least five years in a management position as well as reporting experience.
To apply, contact Scott LeBar, managing editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
San Francisco, Palo Alto, Los Angeles, Riverside, CA
The Daily Journal, the legal affairs newspaper in California, is hiring reporters. Work for a newspaper that places a premium on beat development and in-depth reporting. We don’t focus on clicks or building a social media presence. We are hiring a business reporter in Palo Alto, a courts reporter in Los Angeles and a general interest reporter in Riverside. We also are hiring a videographer in San Francisco. A successful candidate will have at least two years of experience in daily news reporting. A graduate degree is preferred. Send a resume and writing samples to Editor David Houston at email@example.com. No phone calls.
Temporary Social Media Assistant
Menlo Park, CA
Sunset is the ultimate resource for achieving the year-round indoor/outdoor Western lifestyle. Our expert editors discover travel destinations in the 13 Western states and British Columbia, share home design and outdoor living ideas suited to our region, and create fresh, seasonal recipes that celebrate the flavors of the West for our 4.5 million readers.
We’re looking for a creative individual with a strong print and digital background and great attention to detail to join our Print and Digital teams. This assistant will provide general support across departments and platforms by contributing to reporting, fact checking, and digital storytelling while engaging Sunset’s Social Media followers.
To learn more and to apply, follow this link.
Oakland City Government Reporter
The Oakland Tribune seeks an experienced reporter to cover Oakland city government and news generated from the city’s three sports teams. The city of Oakland is among the most diverse and challenging cities in the Bay Area. The ideal candidate has at least three years experience covering cities or other government agencies and has the ability to do breaking news as well as enterprise. Candidates with strong writing skills must have the ability to look at the news of the day and be able to put it into perspective for online and in print. Covering night city council and committee meetings is a must. Candidates must be skilled in social media, including Twitter and Facebook, and be willing to learn and use new digital technology such as Tout. Knowledge of AP style is preferred. Please send resume and clips to Oakland Managing Editor, Pamela Turntine, firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Science Writer
Mountain View, CA
Founded by former MSNBC and CNN anchor Carlos Watson, OZY is a new kind of daily news and information site that brings “educated but edgy” readers up to speed on what happened over the past 24 hours and then vaults them ahead by previewing six to eight new people, places, ideas and trends each day. Our goal is to offer truly forward-looking, global content, designed for easy consumption across devices, in a sleek, visual style. We are looking for a medical and science writer. RESPONSIBILITIES: Comfortable and confident developing profiles, trend stories, data-driven articles and thought-pieces. We only do a handful of stories a day, so each piece needs to be a gem: relevant, well rounded and flavorful, with a clear “Why You Should Care” element. Most of all, we need the articles to be written in an engaging, colorful way.
Ideal candidates are fluent in macro subjects (epidemics, "Obamacare" and ecology, for example), have great ideas for profiles of relatively unknown but influential experts (U.S. and international) in areas that might include psychology, Alzheimer's, autism or neuroscience, and are as comfortable writing about sex and polyamory as solutions for allergies. You have a flair for spotting trends months ahead of the pack and developing/shaping stories that vault OZY readers ahead. You also have a demonstrated ability to deliver engaging headlines and other smart packaging. You are passionate about delivering elite content, open to learning and love a fast-paced, always-on environment. We have high standards (our material also appears on USATODAY.com, NPR and other media outlets) so you must have a demonstrated ability to deliver consistently high-quality work. You must demonstrate ease and experience using CMS, ensuring your stories are beautifully presented to users.
Home Design Editor
Palo Alto, CA
Houzz, the web's leading home design site, is looking for experienced home and garden journalists to join its editorial team. These are salaried, full-time positions in Palo Alto, California, with full benefits and equity. RESPONSIBILITIES: Edit and write a range of articles for the Houzz web site and apps. We cover everything having to do with home and garden design, and are always stretching the boundaries of what that means. You can get an idea of what we do athttp://www.houzz.com/ideabooks. / Generate ideas for engaging new editorial content that readers all over the world will bookmark and share. / Coach new writers, working with them to evaluate and edit their stories for logic, flow and reader service.
Qualifications: Top candidates will be editors or writers with backgrounds in newspapers, magazines or shelter sites with strong editorial content. They will have written regularly about home and garden design, and have experience writing for the web.
Writer/ Home Design
Palo Alto, CA
Houzz, the web's leading home design site, is looking for experienced home and garden journalists to join its editorial team. These are salaried, full-time positions in Palo Alto, California, with full benefits and equity. We are seeking a Home Design Writer. RESPONSIBILITIES: Write a range of articles for the Houzz web site and apps. We cover everything having to do with home and garden design, from fine architecture to practical home improvement guides and stylish DIYs. You can get an idea of what we do at http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks.
Qualifications: Top candidates will be writers or editors with backgrounds in newspapers, magazines or shelter sites with strong editorial content. / They will have written regularly about home and garden design, and have experience writing for the web.
To Apply: Respond to http://
News and Information Manager
California State University East Bay's beautiful main campus is located in the Hayward hills with panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay shoreline. Situated above the city of Hayward, the campus offers an ideal setting for teaching and learning and yet easy access to the many cities along the bay. We are seeking a News and Information Manager. RESPONSIBILITIES: The News and Information Manager will lead the work of our editorial team and to develop compelling content for a variety of uses. The primary objective for this position is to develop strategy and creative content for a variety of communications efforts. In some cases, this will involve directly working on content development, and in others it will involve coordinating the work of others.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree, preferably in communications or related field. / At least two years of directly related professional experience. / Four years of experience, with at least two years of coordinating the work of others. / Experience in building, packaging, and pitching stories to regional and state media, and responding to media inquiries. Follow this link for full details. http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=174118&c=mbeajob
To apply, please go to http://apptrkr.com/547536 If you are a first time user, you must register, create a user ID and password, fill in your basic information, save and click on the position you are interested in, click on the "Apply Now" button to begin the online application.
Transgender Law Center's
San Francisco, CA
The Transgender Law Center is seeking a Communications Manager/Director. RESPONSIBILITIES: Transgender Law Center's Communications staffer will work at the heart of a movement of transgender people and allies working together to change laws, policies and attitudes to ensure that we can all live as our authentic selves. Working closely with program, development and administrative staff, this position will be responsible for the development and implementation of Transgender Law Center's communications strategy and annual communications plan – including managing all aspects of the organization's publications, media relations, and online presence.
Qualifications: Knowledge of transgender issues and/or experience working with the transgender community. / Experience in advocacy communications, public relations, journalism, electronic communications or related jobs. Go to http://www.idealist.org/view/job/Sc7cs6DpHxNp for full details.
To apply, please email your résumé with a letter of interest to: Kris Hayashi email@example.com Please include "Communications Manager" in the subject line of your email.
San Francisco, CA
NerdWallet has been around since 2009, helping consumers make smart financial decisions. We're adding full-time staff writers to our growing Content team. RESPONSIBILITIES: Write high-quality stories with reasonable deadlines / Help with business-driven projects as needed.
Qualifications: A strong work ethic / A strong command of language / Attention to details / The ability to work well on your own, as well as in a team setting / The ability to juggle multiple projects / Strong work samples from writers who've covered hard news or complex topics. We will not consider applicants whose experience is concentrated in sports or features unless they've also covered hard news and can provide such work samples.
To Apply: Respond to http://www.nerdwallet.com/jobs?gh_jid=19707 Please include links to your work samples along with your cover letter and resume.
The Bold Italic
San Francisco, CA
The Bold Italic is looking for a Managing Editor to join on a full-time, temporary basis for a duration of at least 3 months. This is a temporary to permanent position. This senior-level editorial position involves writing, editing, managing, and assigning content for the site, recruiting a diverse array of contributors, and helping us continue to push the boundaries of a visual- and personality-driven digital magazine for people who live in and love the Bay Area. The right person will be able to demonstrate a strong relationship and understanding of The Bold Italic and the Bay Area. We seek a Managing Editor. RESPONSIBILITIES: Editing, writing, and managing blog content and quick responses to current memes and events / Editing longer-form stories / Regularly recruiting new freelancers / Assigning and editing sponsored content/ Ability to collaborate across departments, including the art, events, shop, and revenue teams. / Assigning artwork and giving feedback to freelance designers and illustrators / Must occasionally work events outside of normal office hours.
Qualifications: A solid understanding of the issues affecting and conversations about the Bay Area, both serious and humorous. / Experience writing/editing stories with strong personal voice as well as breaking news stories and opinion pieces. / Experience writing/editing in-depth reported pieces a plus. / A so lid understanding of the current digital media landscape, both in the Bay Area and nationwide. / A solid understanding of applying analytics to audience growth and retention. / A strong personal voice in your own writing. / Ability to work with outside clients for sponsored content. / At least 5 years experience as an editor at a publication which includes managing an editorial staff. / Design savvy a plus. / A strong network of local writers/reporters.
To Apply: Respond with your cover letter, resume, and clips of your work firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that we cannot respond to every application that comes in.
Sr. Grant Writer
San Jose, CA
HealthTrust is seeking a Sr. Grant Writer. RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting directly to the Director of Strategic Partnerships, this position manages the development and implementation of grant writing and related functions to support $4m-6m in annual goals for corporate, foundation and government revenues for THT initiatives and programs. Responsible for prospect research, grant writing & reporting, including creation and management of annual submission schedules; coordination with program, finance and development staff on funding requests, budget formulation and reports; and communication with funders on an as needed basis.
Qualifications: Requires a strategic thinker with strong organizational skills and the capacity to translate multidimensional initiatives and programs into targeted grant requests. / Bachelor’s degree from an accredited College or University in Communications, Marketing, English, or related field or an equivalent combination of training and experience. / Minimum 5 years’ experience in a related role. See full details below.
To Apply: Respond to http://
San Francisco, CA
KGO-TV/ABC7, the ABC-owned television station in the San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose market is seeking a News Producer to produce a dynamic daily newscast. RESPONSIBILITIES: We expect our producers to be leaders in the newsroom and to be engaged in all aspects of newscast production and newsgathering. We need detail-oriented producers who are able to juggle many tasks at once without sacrificing accuracy.
Qualifications: 1. Is a self-starter who pays close attention to the details and has good time-management skills; 2. Understands ABC7 News’ audience and organizes newscasts to appeal to that audience; 3. Is a strong writer and is able to delegate writing to ensure efficient newscast production; 4. Embraces the importance of digital and social media and is eager to integrate new media content; 5. Actively participates in editorial planning by pitching stories and cultivating sources; 6. Has a good eye for the visual elements in a newscast and is skilled at building graphics; 7. Is experienced with non-linear video editing; 8. Possesses a positive attitude and professional maturity; 9. Ensures our broadcasts reflect the diversity of the Bay Area and meet standards for fairness, balance and accuracy; 10. Executes the philosophical mission and strategic vision as determined and directed by News Management; College degree and five years of newscast producing experience is preferred. The Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to: www.disneycareers.com and search for Requisition ID #229846BR / Newscast Producer (Non Union), KGO Television (ABC Owned Television Station). Equal Opportunity Employer – Female/Minority/Veteran/Disability
San Francisco, CA
SFMOMA is currently expanding the museum to provide a better experience for our visitors and a better home for our growing collections, including the SFMOMA collection and the Fisher Collection, one of the finest collections of contemporary art in the world. The new SFMOMA is scheduled to open in early 2016. We seek a Publications Editor. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Publications Editor is responsible for the editing and production of select Museum publications, including but not limited to exhibition catalogues, permanent collection books, and digital publications; exhibition brochures and handouts; and didactic online and gallery texts. Full details at link below.
Qualifications: Possession of a baccalaureate degree in English, journalism, or related subject, with major course work in art history (including twentieth-century art) desirable. Master's degree in a relevant field preferred. / A minimum of four years of related experience, or equivalent combination of training and experience. Previous copyediting, proofreading, and publications management experience required. Demonstrated history of bringing complex projects to successful completion. / Strong organizational, editorial, and production skills. Experience with an emphasis in editorial consistency, detail, and accuracy in factual information, spelling, and grammar.
To Apply: Respond to https://
The National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) is a nonprofit social justice research organization that promotes just and equitable social systems for individuals, families, and communities through research, public policy, and practice. Our mission is to promote just and equitable social systems for individuals, families, and communities through research, public policy, and practice. We seek a Communications Associate. RESPONSIBILITIES: This position supports agency communications activities, including maintenance of the organization's website, social media presence, and event planning. / Responsible for daily maintenance and monitoring of NCCD's websites and social media.
Qualifications: BA degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. / At least 3 years' experience in a communications role. / Must possess solid grammar and proofreading skills. / Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills required. See details at http://www.idealist.org/view/job/35NTwGzKTmk5P
To Apply: Please submit the following to CommRecruiting@nccdglobal.org Resume / Cover letter / Salary requirements
Public Relations Coordinator
San Francisco, CA
CAAMFest, formerly the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), takes place March 12-22, 2015 in the San Francisco Bay Area. CAAMFest is a celebration of film, music, food and digital media from the world’s most innovative Asian and Asian American artists. The Center for Asian American Media is a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting stories conveying the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. We do this by funding, producing, distributing and exhibiting works in film, television and digital media. CAAM is an equal opportunity employer. We seek a Public Relations Coordinator to be in charge of all day-to-day administrative publicity activities for CAAMFest taking place March 12–22, 2015. Reporting to the Festival Assistant Director, the coordinator will liaise with CAAM’s development and communications staff and the festival’s external public relations agency to ensure consistent and on target messaging. Primary duties include managing press materials such as video screeners, press kits, still images and press clippings, as well as providing the press with all necessary materials. In addition, the coordinator will help build CAAM’s relationship with print, TV and online outlets that cover ethnic communities and the arts. RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinate all areas of public relations including press conferences, interviews for appropriate spokespeople and liaising with external and internal constituencies / Produce, label and manage a screeners library for the press / Assemble festival press kit / Collect and caption still photos and/or image files for each film / Write press releases and listings as needed / Manage all press check-ins, inquiries and complimentary ticket distribution / Submit periodic press reports to PR agency / Create clippings binder / Assign responsibilities to interns as needed.
Qualifications: Experience working in public relations / Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills / Detail-oriented, organized and motivated. / Project management experience / Fluency in Mac-based applications including MS Office, Filemaker Pro, as well as Photoshop / Knowledge of Asian Pacific American communities, issues and organizations preferred / TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: December 1-31, 2014, part-time / January 1 – April 3, 2015, full-time (Exempt, temporary, no benefits); PAY: $2,500 per month at full-time; $1,250 at part-time
To Apply: Please send a cover letter, résumé, and writing sample (in PDF format) by Friday, November 21, 2014 to: CAAM HR, 145 9th St. #350, San Francisco, CA 94103 or by email email@example.com NOTE: Early applications encouraged. Other seasonal positions available.
San Francisco, CA
Pesticide Action Network North America works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives. Headquartered in downtown Oakland, California, we are one of five PAN Regional Centers worldwide. PAN North America is seeking a short-term, part-time Communications Assistant to join our team. The position combines content creation and online organizing, and requires strong writing skills, attention to detail and ease with social media and online advocacy platforms. RESPONSIBILITIES: Content Creation / Social media & SEO / Communications Team Support.
Qualifications: At least one year with professional communications and/or online organizing; Strong project management skills and follow-through; Excellent verbal and writing skills, including familiarity with online communications. See full details at http://www.idealist.org/view/job/34f38SnmcPcH4
To Apply: Please email a letter of interest stating why you want to work with PAN, a resume with work experience and one writing sample that you alone have authored to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Communications Assistant application" in the subject line.
San Francisco, CA
Greenpeace is the leading independent environmental organization that utilizes bold action, cutting-edge research and creative communications to protect the Earth. We expose global environmental problems and promote the solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. We seek a Managing Editor. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Managing Editor supervises staff in the US communications hub and enhances the public profile of Greenpeace and its campaigns in cooperation with National Regional Offices and global campaign projects.
Qualifications: A track record of achieving success in traditional and social media-driven campaigns or initiatives / In-depth knowledge of international news media operations and distribution. Follow this link for complete details http://www.idealist.org/view/job/c2TF686z3J74
To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com Please include the following in your cover letter: a specific explanation of your interest in the available position and how you found out about this career opportunity. Please use the email subject line: MANAGING EDITOR - YOUR NAME. Applications will be accepted until December 22, 2014. No phone calls please.
Qualifications: At least 2 years experience in fund development and communications, preferably in a nonprofit environment, including data management, events, and project management. / Knowledge or experience in the out-of-school time field (i.e. afterschool, school-age child care, summer learning, school-based, community based organization, private programs, park and recreation, camps, etc.).
San Francisco, CA
KQED is seeking a Project Supervisor. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Project Supervisor, KQED Presents is responsible for contributing to the packaging and distribution of national programs. The position also contributes to the production of KQED-produced programs such as Truly CA and Film School Shorts. Key responsibilities include the management of: production relationships, distribution strategy, the many technical deliverables and requirements for public television broadcast and the promotion of those projects through online promotion, written materials and carriage phone calls.
Qualifications: Ability to perform tasks outlined above.
To Apply: Respond to http://www.kqed.org/about/jobs for details.