JOB: Crime reporter, Rio Grande Sun

The Rio Grande SUN, a 9,000 paid circulation weekly in Española, New Mexico, seeks a crime beat reporter who wants to dig into stories. Our cops and courts beat offers an energetic investigator, with strong writing skills, the opportunity to follow exciting crime news in a county rife with politics and law enforcement agencies overworked and underfunded. Court cases alone make this an interesting job and a great learning experience. A great place to write news, if that’s what you want to do. Please no feature writers.

JOB: Paid internship, Albuquerque Business First

Industries: Newspapers / Wires, Digital Media
Specialty: Business/Technology
Job Status: Intern
Salary: Negotiable

Albuquerque Business First is looking for a digitally savvy scoophound for a paid internship this fall. This is an opportunity for a talented student journalist to get a taste of life in our award-winning newsroom and get exposure to a media company with national reach that’s doing exciting things. Our 2015 summer intern is now lead designer at the Orlando Business Journal. The successful intern candidate would have plenty of opportunities to write bylined stories for our website, and potentially for our weekly edition. They’d get to do some copy editing and work on special publications and projects.

JOB: Reporters, KUNM

KUNM at the University of New Mexico is hiring Reporters to be local hosts/anchors for NPR magazine programs like All Things Considered and Morning Edition. Come join our award winning news team! We are hiring for one part-time Reporter/News Anchor position and multiple on-call Reporter/News Anchor positions. There are two separate applications for part-time and on call positions, and applicants are welcome to apply for both of them. Applicants must submit their application materials via the UNMJobs website.