Community Newspapers are the lifeline to their communities and provide a dynamic, active and rewarding working environment. Careers at community newspapers cover many departments including editorial, advertising, circulation, production, distribution and administration.
For available positions within the following groups please visit their web sites:
Executive Director - Ontario Community Newspapers Association
The Ontario Community Newspapers Association is seeking a dynamic leader to serve as Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for achieving the goals and objectives of this $6 million non-profit association representing more than 300 community newspapers.
Application deadline February 20, 2015.
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Sales Position - Correo Canadiense
Sales position for a recognized Spanish Newspaper in Toronto. Commission based between 20% to 30% plus expenses.
Please contact by email to email@example.com
Editor-in-Chief - The Cord Community Edition
The Cord - Community Edition is the monthly edition of The Cord Weekly. We’re focused on exchanging ideas on building community and culture in the KW region. Based just outside of Wilfrid Laurier’s campus, we strive to meet the standards of journalism met by our sister publications, The Cord Weekly and Blueprint.
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Advertising Manager - WLU Student Publications
WLU Student Publications is a volunteer-based, not-for-profit media group based out of Wilfrid Laurier University. The Laurier student body makes up our membership and pays fees levied through the university, which go towards running our publications, websites and online radio station.
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Newspaper For Sale:
This is your opportunity to own a business that is:
Turn-Key. Home Based. Significant to the community for twenty years. Able to grow and evolve. PROFITABLE.
You have the opportunity to become the next chapter in a business that has been an integral part of the local community for twenty years. You are buying a turn-key operation that will allow you to work from home, creating opportunities bound only by your personal vision. You are buying a family business built on pride, hard work and character.
This local community-based newspaper has a strong history of providing value to advertisers and readers alike, and of turning a profit! Everything you need to continue this tradition and income is in place. Contacts with printers, advertisers, and initial start-up help from the current owners will provide you with a solid base upon which you will begin making this business your own. That said, knowledge of page design and the ability to make sales will further ensure your success.
It is rare to find a business that is at the same time tangible and free of 'bricks and mortar' expenses. This is your opportunity to own and operate a business that fits both these attractive elements. As this is a home-based business, you are not tied to costly leases and other overhead costs associated with most businesses. Most importantly, this means that the operation is easily scalable to new territories.
The history of this business is already in print, and its future will be written by you.
If interested, please contact:
705-748-5600 x 1021
705-748-5600 x 1105
Sutton All Pro Realty, Inc.
10-1434 Chemong Road - Peterborough - K9J 6X2
John has over 35 years of experience working in the newspaper industry. He started at the Brampton Daily Times as sports reporter and editor, spent time at the Cambridge Reporter as sports and city editor, then moved to the Brampton Guardian as editor and finally joined the Georgetown Independent & Free Press as managing editor.
For more information, please click here to see John's resume.
Highly skilled Plant Manager with 23 years of professional experience at a web printing and graphics plant available for hire. Looking for challenging position in management, customer service and production. For full CV, please contact Scott at 519-692-5854 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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