We dug up what feels, anecdotally, like a lot of freelance job listings. We count these as successes because, well, as we’ve said, companies leery of hiring a full-time person will hire a freelancer first. It’s baby steps, people.
Life & Style Weekly wants a freelance designer.
Bravo is seeking a senior print designer.
A Washington, DC-based PR firm is hiring a freelance web producer/project manager.
Adweek Media has an open position: a digital account executive.
The University of Arizona seeks a lecturer in communication.
PCI Communications needs a video producer/editor.
KCFreePress.com seeks a multimedia reporter.
WTEN-TV in Albany needs a night-side assignment editor.
Life Extension has an open position: a senior staff writer.
Carat Boston needs a media planner.
Virgin Atlantic is seeking a corporate communications program manager.
Cengage wants a career account manager.
Travelzoo is looking for a client and content manager.
The Rawlins Daily Times needs a reporter.
KMT Creative is hiring an art director.
The Foundation has an open position: a freelance book designer.
The Ashland Daily Tidings wants an online editor.
The Lone Star Outdoor News is hiring a journalist–who loves to hunt and fish.
INKED magazine has an open position: a features editor.
Tadcast seeks a head of ad sales.
Every day we scour major job boards, including, but not limited to Mediabistro.com’s listings, to find the best media jobs out there. We screen out duplicates and scams so you know you’re only receiving the top choices.