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Lee Enterprises, IncorporatedCasper, WY
  • The Casper Star-Tribune, Wyoming's statewide newspaper and best daily four years running, is seeking a visual journalist with a storyteller's heart and an eye for compelling images to join our team.
  • Technical proficiency in digital photography and video, an eye for unique images and a commitment to accuracy are essential.
  • Still photography is the primary focus, but applicants should be well-rounded journalists with strong writing skills and an eagerness to employ other digital storytelling tools.
  • Video is a growing priority for our newspaper, so talent in it will set you apart from other candidates.
  • The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree and daily newspaper experience, but recent graduates with strong portfolios will be considered.
  • The ability to work flexible hours including nights, weekends and holidays is required, along with occasional overnight travel.
  • Newsroom employees must have reliable transportation.
  • Digital camera equipment will be provided.
  • Our staff is hardworking but fun, and we take pride in being our state's leading media voice.
  • And the West is a great place to be a photographer.
  • You'll have opportunities to photograph small towns, big personalities, stunning vistas and elusive critters.
  • In January, we were named the best daily newspaper in Wyoming for the sixth time in the last seven years, and we take pride in routinely telling the state's biggest stories.
  • Our reporters and photographers regularly win awards at state, regional and national competitions, and we have a reputation for developing journalists, many of whom have gone on to major publications across the country.
  • Outside the newsroom, Wyoming offers endless outdoor opportunities.
  • We're at the base of a beautiful mountain range where you can hike in the summer and ski in the winter.
  • Camping and world-class fishing are just a short drive out of town.
  • Casper boasts the big-city offerings of restaurants, shopping, microbreweries and the arts while still giving you plenty of room to breathe.
  • And if you're missing the big city itself, Denver is down the interstate.
  • The Casper Star-Tribune is a Lee Enterprises news organization.
  • We offer a strong benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and paid time off.
  • We value diversity in our newsroom and encourage candidates from underrepresented communities to apply.
  • You can see our website at trib.com and learn more about our company at lee.net.
  • If this sounds like the job for you, then upload a resume and cover letter explaining why you're the best candidate at trib.com/workhere.
  • Please include links to your portfolio or website.
  • If you have difficulty uploading your work, you can send it to Editor Joshua Wolfson at josh.wolfson@trib.com.

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