Listed below are the job openings in journalism and media that we know about in the St. Louis area and surrounding region.
The Wall Street Journal has posted 14 internships for the summer of 2023. Full listing.
KMOV is looking for a news producer, photographer/editor, sports reporter and senior promotions producer, Jefferson City correspondent, multimedia journalist and news anchor/reporter.
Gannett is seeking a part-time editor in a fully-remote position to assist with daily content and breaking news. Full listing.
The Peoria Journal-Star is seeking a digital content editor as second-in-charge editor for the central Illinois region. The Journal-Star is a Gannett newspaper. Full listing. They are also seeking a content manager (full listing).
Call Newspapers is seeking a full-time government beat reporter for four community newspapers. Full listing.
The Southeast Missourian is seeking a copy editor/page designer. Full listing.
The Belleville News-Democrat is seeking an education reporter and a state government/politics reporter. Bachelor’s degree and at least a year of experience required. The News-Democrat is a McClatchy newspaper.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is seeking a photo intern, assistant local news editor, photographer/videographer, and website project manager. The Post-Dispatch is a Lee Enterprises newspaper.
Sauce Magazine is seeking editorial interns for fall 2022. Interns should be available 5-10 hours per week. Full listing.
The Quincy (Ill.) Herald-Whig is looking for a sports reporter. Full listing.
St. Louis Public Radio has multiple positions available, including editor, interim engagement producer, and a variety of paid internships.
Thinking of moving? NPR has an opening in Nebraska. The Kansas City Star is looking for an opinion writer.
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