Sports Editor (Sports Media/PR/Broadcasting)

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Sports Media
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The Billings Gazette has an amazing opportunity for the right person: Our award-winning sports department leads the state in high school and regional sports coverage. The Gazette is Montana's largest newspaper and it's looking for its next sports editor.
Not only will this person get the chance to lead an incredibly seasoned and capable department, but our next sports editor will continue to enhance our coverage both in print and online. We need someone who isn't going to wilt as they try to figure out how to send reporters out to cover multiple sporting events across the region. In addition to covering high school sports, we have two collegiate programs and minor league baseball to staff.
We want someone to be a coach, a mentor and someone who's not afraid to do whatever it takes to help maintain our premiere sports provider status. We also want those who can continue to envision new ways of delivering sports content in a digital world. Previous sports or newsroom management preferred. This person must know page design.
In addition to leading covering sports at Montana's largest paper, outdoor opportunities are plentiful and Billings is a great place to shop, go out on the town or raise a family.
We offer an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and vacation. We are an equal opportunity employer. You can see our Web site at and learn more about our company at
If this sounds like your next job, we'd like to hear from you. Please send a cover letter, resume, three references and any work examples you think would best demonstrate why this is your dream job. Interested applicants may apply online.

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