Newsday | Melville, NY
Deputy Long Island Editor
Posted on:January 17, 2013
There is an opening for a deputy Long Island editor who will direct a group of criminal justice reporters to produce breaking news and enterprise stories from their beats, and edit stories for print and the web. The successful candidate must be a strong line editor and will have outstanding news judgment and story development skills. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to work across platforms and a sense of urgency in breaking news online and in print. Strong organizational skills and the ability to work as part of a team in achieving shared goals are critical to success in this position. This person must be able to provide feedback to reporters and communicate with managers and the copy desk.
Please send a resume, and a cover letter that describes your qualifications, experience and stories and projects you have directed for print and online to:
Mary Ann Skinner
Assistant Managing Editor
235 Pinelawn Road
Melville, NY 11747
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