Western Ag Reporter is seeking a highly motivated digital editor to assist the editor in developing weekly content for the publication, as well as managing social media and other digital goods as needed.
This is a full-time, entry-level position that may include some overnight travel. Candidate must
be willing to reside in or near Billings, MT and report to the office when needed — flexible remote work negotiable. Salary DOE.
For more information and to apply, contact Kayla at [email protected] or
Newspaper Circulation Coordinator – Yellowstone Newspapers, Montana’s largest community newspaper group, is seeking applications for the position of Circulation Coordinator. Based in Livingston, MT, position is responsible for management of circulation of 13 community newspapers, including two dailies, two twice-weeklies and nine weeklies. Full-time position, M-F, very little travel. Duties include management of subscriber records, mailing lists, inserts, single-copy vending , postal reporting and some carrier recruitment. Customer relations and computer experience are essential, light bookkeeping skills helpful. High School grad and at least 5 years work experience required, some college preferred. Salary negotiable and full benefits, including health insurance and 401(k) available. To apply, send resume and salary requirements to John Sullivan, President, at PO Box 2000, Livingston, MT, 59047, or email [email protected]
Pressman, Anaconda, Montana
Come to work in beautiful, Anaconda, Montana, a recreation paradise!
Close to skiing, hunting, boating and hiking.
The Anaconda Leader, a semi-weekly newspaper and print shop is looking for an experienced pressman. Candidates should have knowledge and prior experience on a web press, as well as sheetfed printing. Competitive wages and benefits and excellent working environment.
Email resume to: [email protected], or mail to
Van Neitz, The Anaconda Leader, 121 Main Street, Anaconda, MT 59711. (406) 563-5283.
Association Executive Director: The Montana Newspaper Association (MNA), a non-profit organization representing 85 member newspapers and 44 associate members, seeks an Executive Director. This position will work closely with and report to a volunteer board representing a cross-section of our membership. Our new executive director will carry forward the strategic plan and transformative vision of the organization established by the board. They will direct operations of the 135-year-old MNA, its for-profit advertising sales subsidiary and the Montana Newspaper Foundation. Responsibilities include financial planning and operations, legislative work, marketing/advertising, seminars and conventions, contests, office and personnel management, publications. Successful candidate will understand community newspapers, web-based news and advertising, use of social media and exhibit strong communications and interpersonal skills. Send letter of application, resume, salary history and salary expectations to Montana Newspaper Association, 825 Great Northern Blvd., Ste. 202, Helena, MT 59601 or email [email protected] Deadline for applications is April 30, 2021.