JOB: Sports reporter, Rio Grande Sun

Date Posted: January 18, 2018

Industry: Newspapers / Wires

Specialty: Sports/Outdoors

Job Status: Full-time

Salary: $20,000 to $25,000


The Rio Grande Sun, a 9,000 paid weekly newspaper in Española, New Mexico is looking for someone who’s nuts about sports. There are six high schools in Rio Arriba County plus Pojoaque High School, just south of us. People here live for high school basketball like Texans flock to Friday night football. Basketball and politics are married here. They’re an unhappy couple but they stay together. All schools have basketball teams (boys and girls). We also have a college with mens and womens basketball. It’s a big beat but you would own it. We need someone to write, photograph and eventually paginate high school sports for our readers. Salary, mileage, vacation, sick, profit sharing, free coffee. Please send resume to Robert Trapp

JOB: City Hall reporter, Albuquerque Journal

Date Posted: January 07, 2018
Industry: Newspapers / Wires
Specialty: Local News
Job Status: Full-time
Salary: Negotiable

The Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico’s largest daily newspaper, has an opening for a reporter to cover City Hall and Bernalillo County government in an online-first newsroom.

The preferred candidate will have at least several years of experience covering municipal, county or state government, politics and elections.

Excellent writing skills and a demonstrated ability to balance day-to-day and enterprise/investigative stories are required. Bonus points for applicants who know how to find, analyze and transform raw data into compelling news stories.

Please email resumes and examples of your best work to City Editor Nick Pappas at by Jan. 17, 2018.

JOB: PT Floor Crew – AM Schedule, KOB

POSTING DATE: January 09, 2018
JOB#: 4-18
JOB TITLE: PT Floor Crew – AM Schedule
COMPANY: KOB, Production
As Scheduled

STATUS: Part Time, Hourly


Knowledge of TV camera operation, floor directing, and general lighting. Prior television production experience helpful. Must be able to work mornings and weekends. Must have valid driver’s license. Driving record will be checked.


Responsibilities will, include, but not limited to: Operating cameras during newscasts and/or live shows. Maneuvering cameras and following instructions from director. Prepares studio set to ensure lights and mics are functioning. Handles teleprompter, assists with audio setup, floor directing, and set construction. General maintenance of studio area for newscasts/local programming and recordings.


Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. The Company will make reasonable physical accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions. Work involves moving the studio camera with wheels. Pulls and pivots the camera in the direction required. Stands to operate studio camera. May lift and carry heavy equipment. Work also includes walking between news and production. May assist with media prep operations. Studio maintenance to replace lamps, move camera props and use of ladder to reach necessary equipment.

Job# 4-18
Albuquerque, NM
No Telephone Calls Please