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April 25, 2014
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Careers with NewsFactor Network


Opportunity To Excel

Thank you for your interest in our Career Opportunities. NewsFactor Network is one of the most well-respected publishers of business and technology news in the U.S. We periodically have new openings for outstanding candidates throughout the U.S. We look forward to hearing from experienced journalists, editors, and advertising sales people who have a proven track record as top performers in our industry.


Current Opportunities

Although we are not actively recruiting at this time, we do accept applications for future consideration. Please note that these are expansion positions designed to attract the best and the brightest candidates and to accommodate ongoing company growth.

Please see the individual job postings below for additional details.


Technology News Editors

Work with our top-notch team of writers to produce original news and features for NewsFactor Network. Daily duties include an interesting combination of editing and proofreading original content from our writers, selecting syndicated content, writing attention-grabbing headlines, and managing a team of writers. We prefer candidates with at least 5 years of professional editorial experience working for technology or business publications. Solid knowledge of the computer industry and consumer electronics are essential.

How To Apply


Advertising Sales Reps / Account Executives

Excellent opportunity for hard-working, highly motivated sales people. Inside sales work plus occassional meetings with advertising directors, VPs of marketing, and their ad agencies. Must have professional sales appearance, as well as OUTSTANDING verbal skills for effective communication both on the phone and in writing. Must be able to write clear and effective sales letters and proposals. Our sales positions require professional presentation skills, careful attention to detail, and an understanding of the advertising industry to help business and technology companies best achieve their sales goals. Other required skills include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and contact management software.

How To Apply


Freelance Technology Journalists & Remote Reporters
U.S. ONLY (WORK FROM HOME, ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.)

Join our outstanding team of reporters and journalists who produce original daily news for NewsFactor Network. We periodically have openings for experienced technology journalists who are available to write morning and/or afternoon news, Mondays through Fridays. Topics focus on computer technology and enterprise I.T. Coverage includes hardware, software, networking, security, data storage, communications, compliance, tech innovation and technology trends, wireless devices and mobility, as well as CRM (customer relationship management).

Applicants must have experience covering at least 3 of these topics. Quick turnaround and outstanding writing skills are essential, as well as in-depth industry knowledge, experience and contacts. Our writers must have a solid understanding of business and technology to be able to write intelligently for a high-level audience of CIOs, IT managers, and computer technology pros. All articles require phone interviews with industry analysts or company spokespeople to ensure objectivity and proper industry perspective.

Please note that we are only accepting applications from journalists living in the U.S. at this time.

Apply online or send intro letter and resume via email (NO attachments) with "Your Name: Experienced Tech News Writer" as the subject. Online links to other stories you have written in the field of computer technology are particularly helpful. E-mail to careers2010 at newsfactor.com.


How To Apply

The BEST way to apply is by using our Online Contact Form, or by e-mailing your resume and cover letter to careers2012 at newsfactor dot com. Include your name and the name of your desired position in the e-mail subject line.

Be sure to include all other information (cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements) in the body of your message. We do not open e-mail attachments from unknown sources, so please DO NOT send attachments.

Remember to indicate for which job you are applying, include salary history and/or requirements (very important), and tell us how you first heard about the job opportunity.


Thank You

We look forward to hearing from all qualified candidates. Thank you for your time and interest.

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