Req #19530Friday, November 5, 2021 Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) is a subscription-led and digitally focused media and marketing solutions company committed to empowering communities to thrive. With an unmatched reach at the national and local level, Gannett touches the lives of millions with our Pulitzer-Prize winning content, consumer experiences and benefits, and advertiser products and services.
State government and politics bureau chief
The Ohio bureau chief leads the largest team of reporters in the state covering government and politics, with a mission to explain to readers how action - or inaction - at the state level affects their daily lives.
The team covers the governor, statewide elected officials, Ohio Supreme Court, state Legislature and Ohios congressional delegation, focusing on breaking news and enterprise stories. Every member is expected to do investigation and watchdog work.
The chief coordinates with editors at Gannetts 21 daily newspapers to bring news from the state capitol and of statewide importance to readers across the state and nationally. The team has a special focus on issues pertaining to audiences of The Columbus Dispatch, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Akron Beacon Journal and The Canton Repository.
Theres never a dull moment covering state politics and government here. The team is heading into the 2022 election cycle with a high-profile U.S. Senate race and elections for governor and statewide offices. Columbus is a thriving, young city -- the 14th largest in the U.S. -- with vibrant entertainment districts, high-quality schools and universities in Greater Columbus, pro sports teams, craft breweries, bike trails, metro parks, concert venues and great restaurants.
The bureau chief role involves reporting and writing as needed and being a public ambassador for the team. The bureau chief regularly appears on local TV and radio public affairs programs and the teams Ohio Politics Explained podcast.
The ideal candidate is a collaborative, detail-oriented leader with a digital focus who thrives in a team environment. Prior experience as an editor is preferred but not required.
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