Multi-media producer – Looking to break into the exciting world of TV News?  If you can write, like working with video, are good with social media, want to train as a journalist, and can work in a fast-paced environment, we have a job for you.   Training is provided for the right person looking to join the WFMJ family.  This full-time position brings you into the TV News Department, where you’ll learn how to produce newscasts, write for the web, dispatch news crews to stories, chase news, and more!   A journalism background is preferred, but if you have a communications or similar background and the will to learn, we will consider your application.  If part-time fits better in your schedule, we have that too.  WFMJ offers extremely competitive pay and benefits that include medical, dental, vision, and paid vacation.  If you are serious about pursuing a career in Journalism, don’t miss this opportunity to join a great organization.  Send resume, cover email, and references to Sheila Miller, Assistant News Director, [email protected] EOE.

Multimedia Journalist – Want to work in a fast-paced news town covering big-city stories? If you are looking to break into TV news in an on-air job, then jump on this ad for our multi-media journalist job. You’ll shoot, write, and edit daily stories under deadline, cover breaking news, do live shots on-air and online, develop stories, cultivate sources, breaking news, and post to the web. It’s an amazing job in a great town and a fun station that’s always evolving. You’ll learn (or learn even more) from a team of experienced news managers who love to help develop new talent. We’re not looking for absolute beginners, so if you’ve got even a little experience, show us your stuff! Send your reel, resume, and cover email to Sheila Miller, News Director, WFMJ-TV, [email protected]. EOE.

Part-Time News Videographer - 21 WFMJ Youngstown, Ohio, has an immediate opening for a part-time news videographer. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: shooting video of news events both independently and as a team with a news reporter, editing video under tight deadlines, and setting up and using microwave live truck as well as portable backpack live units. The candidate will shoot still photographs for use on the station's various social media platforms. Must be able to work a flexible schedule. Will average between 24 and 29 hours a week. Competitive pay. A valid driver’s license is required. Applicant must be able to legally and safely operate a motor vehicle in accordance with applicable driving rules and regulations. Some travel may be necessary. EOE.  Please email your resume, cover letter, references, and link to demo reel to chief videographer Pat Connelly at [email protected]. You may also send a resume, cover letter, references, and demo reel to WFMJ-TV, C/O Pat Connelly, P.O. Box 689, Youngstown, Ohio, 44501-0689.