Locally owned and based in Rosslyn, ARLnow has the following job openings.
Local News Reporter
ARLnow is seeking a local news reporter with at least one year of full-time professional experience at a newspaper, broadcast outlet or online local news publication. We’re looking for candidate who can:
- Write clean, compelling and error-free copy quickly
- Become an expert in everything Arlington, from housing policy to restaurant openings to local crime and justice
- Find an interesting lede from even the most boring of County Board discussions
- Handle deadline pressure and a deluge of reader comments with grace
- Have fun and bring a bit of levity to the local news
We offer competitive pay and benefits, plus weekends and holidays off. To apply, send a resume and links to published work to: [email protected]
Community and Business Engagement Manager
ARLnow publisher Local News Now LLC is seeking a creative, outgoing, organized and determined individual to join our team as a community and business engagement manager. Responsibilities include:
- Consulting with local businesses in Arlington and D.C. about their marketing needs
- Suggesting display and native advertising solutions that will help prospective clients grow their business
- Organizing public events
- Helping to brainstorm ideas for advertising campaigns, events and community outreach
- Representing ARLnow and LNN’s D.C. sites at local events and networking opportunities
- Helping to develop new services and marketing strategies
Small business B2B sales experience is desired but not required. Training will be provided. Compensation is base plus benefits plus a generous commission structure.
To apply, send a resume and a short cover letter selling yourself as a job candidate to: arlingt[email protected]
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