Saturday, January 31, 2009

International Examiner positions (Seattle, WA)

Job Opportunity: International Examiner Positions: Distribution Driver,
Webmaster/Web Designer, Production Graphic Designer, Spring 2009 Interns,
and Freelance Writers.*

* Distribution Driver*
Delivers newspapers throughout the greater Seattle region. The ideal
candidate is extremely reliable, physically capable, and willing to
replenish the newspaper at high-traffic areas a week later. Must be
available the first and third Wednesday of every month. It requires one
driver approximately three days to deliver newspapers to 160+ drop-off sites
in the region. The deadline for one driver to deliver all of the newspapers
is by the following Friday, two days later. The position is paid on salary
and the person delivers the paper twice a month. Mileage is compensated and
access to a vehicle and driver's license is required.

*Webmaster/Web Designer*
This individual would re-vamp our current Web site to optimize its functions
and include new features that will attract readership and foster more
interaction between the IE and its audience. For example, including PayPal,
blogs, video cams, polls and archives. Must be available to update the
Website for the first and third Wednesdays of every month (when our
publication is published) and available one day a week to place ads on-line.
Part-time. Knowledge of WordPress, MACs, Dream Weaver, HTML, preferred.
Production Graphic Designer*
This position requires knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Part-time. Salary base, with extra for special projects. Must be available
the Monday before the first and third Wednesday of each month, and
occasional weekends. This team member coordinates and designs the newspaper
layout, including content, images and photos, and places advertisements.
Spring Interns*
Deadline to apply is Monday, March 9, 2009. Programs offered in Editorial
(writing, researching, newsroom operations), Advertising/ Marketing, and
Development (Public relations, marketing, strategizing expansion of IE
visibility and finances through grants and events). A Graphic Design
internship involves producing layouts and the creative design of the
publication. This is considered an opportunity to practice skills in a real
newsroom and work setting. (note: The G.D. intern will not have an extensive
opportunity to work with our main Graphic Designer, except during

*Freelance writers*
To write, research, and interview sources for articles (news, features,
Op-eds/columns, arts) to print. Freelancers must meet deadlines to submit
work. All writers can communicate with the Editor to pitch story ideas and

For further inquiries, please contact:

Diem Ly, Editor in Chief

International Examiner
622 S Washington St
Seattle WA 98104
(206) 624-3925 x3
fax: (206) 624-3046
editor@iexaminer. org
www.iexaminer. org

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