Grants and Jobs of the Day: Dow Jones, Oregon Public Broadcasting and Tribeca Film Festival

Looking for some new opportunities? We’ve been scouring the internet today to provide you with new journalism opportunities and grants to make your projects into a reality. Today we have some jobs and grants that are sure to pique your interest. From Ohio to Oregon to New York City, here are today’s job and grants list:

Jobs

Announcer – Oregon Public Broadcasting

OPB seeks an Announcer to serve as OPB Radio’s primary weeknight announcer. This non-exempt regular status position is part-time and includes a salary and benefits.

Primary Duties/Responsibilities: This position announces program continuity and monitors OPB radio broadcasts during shift, responding to any concerns or problems associated with broadcast audio/content. They respond to emergency and technical situations. The position requires preparation and on-air delivery of newsbreaks and weather and may include preparation and delivery of hourly newscasts and traffic. They serve as a part of OPB’s on-air fundraising team and may fill-in for absent announcing staff, when necessary.

Director of Communications and Content – Ohio Newspaper Association

“The Ohio Newspaper Association, the trade association for more than 300 Ohio newspapers and affiliated websites, seeks someone to direct member communications, manage multiple websites and lead its social media initiatives. It’s a great position for someone who wants to make a difference for Ohio and gets excited about the future of media.

The ideal candidate will combine strong technical skills with a background in journalism, marketing or public relations. The position involves writing, editing, Web development, use of databases, social media tools and design of marketing materials. Content is deployed across multiple platforms for the association as well as the Ohio Newspapers Foundation, the Ohio Coalition for Open Government and our for‐profit affiliate, AdOhio. The communications director also is directly involved in development of member programs and training seminars.”

Financial Services Editor – Dow Jones

Dow Jones Newswires is seeking an experienced editor to manage a dedicated group of U.S. reporters and investigative technical writers covering the financial services industry . Candidates should have proven experience in real-time financial journalism, strong writing skills and a keen eye for finding news in the investment banks, commercial banks, insurance, hedge funds and consumer finance industries. Experience managing a dynamic group of journalists is desirable as is the ability to balance breaking news stories with big-picture thematic pieces. The team writes for Dow Jones Newswires as well as the online and print editions of The Wall Street Journal.   Applicants should attach a resume, cover letter and three to five clips to the application. The position is based in New York City. (Via Gorkana)

Reporter – Dow Jones

The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires are looking for a reporter based in its NYC office to cover emerging markets with an emphasis on foreign exchange. Duties involve close coverage of developing country sovereign and corporate debt, equities and currencies, as well as economic issues, both at the country and regional levels. Coverage often focuses on the BRIC – Brazil, Russia, India and China – grouping.

Experience covering emerging markets and/or foreign exchange markets is desirable. Language skills – Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, or Russian – are desirable, though not required. The reporter needs to be a quick, clean writer with strong analytical skills, able to cover fast-moving markets and events with market-moving speakers, and capable of producing insightful, informative features. (via Gorkana)

GRANTS:

Tribeca Film Institute & Heineken Voces Grant:

  • Supports Latin American artists living in the U.S. and working on feature-length narrative and documentary projects that offer new perspectives on their cultural experiences.
  • Project Status – For narratives: films at any stage of production from treatment to rough cut. For documentaries: films in the advanced stages of development, production and/or post-production.
  • Region: For Latino filmmakers based in the United States
  • Funding: Two $10,000 grants being awarded (for one feature narrative and one feature documentary)

Interested in applying for the Heineken Voces grant? Check out apply.tribecafilminstitute.org — deadline’s October 10th.

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