News Assistant Washington Jobs Vacancy in The New York Times Washington
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News Assistant Washington Jobs Vacancy in The New York Times Washington Jobs Details:
The Washington Bureau is looking for a news assistant to answer phones, keep the daily Washington schedule, work with the Social Media team to promote Washington stories, fact-check copy on deadline, help reporters with logistics, research and legwork and occasionally write stories.
This job is often more interesting than it sounds. You’ll work with great reporters and absorb a lot. You should be flexible, cheerful, adaptive, quick-thinking, level-headed in stressful situations and interested in the news.
This is a Guild position open to internal and external candidates.If you are an active employee at The New York Times or any affiliates (excluding INYT), please do not apply here. Go to the Career Worklet on your Workday home page and View "Find Internal Jobs". Thank you!
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