31 October 2008

Help Wanted

The following is from today's edition of the St. Louis Review, confirming in a very particular way the report of the resignation of the paper's editor:

Editor-- St. Louis Review

Archdiocese of Saint Louis seeks an Editor for its official newspaper, the St. Louis Review.

The Editor should be a practicing Catholic who exhibits a strong knowledge of, and fidelity to, the Magisterium and is particularly attuned to and supportive of the priorities of the local Archbishop. The Editor should be able to help staff write stories about issues and teachings in a way that's easily understood.

Reporting to the Chief Communications Officer; with direction from the Episcopal Vicar and the Archbishop, responsibilities include staff development and supervision, editing, leading the St. Louis Review Online efforts and working with the Business Manager to assure a financially sound paper. The Editor will work as a team member to assure the mission of the Catholic newspaper is being fulfilled.

The Editor should hold a degree or equivalent in Journalism or other field(s) related to newspaper writing, production, and/or editing. A working knowledge of computers, Internet, writing and publication software, experience and demonstrated skill in writing, editing and production, a track record in the ability to train, lead and supervise staff, and effectively and consistently meet deadlines.

The Archdiocese of Saint Louis offers a competitive salary and benefits package along with a wonderful work environment.

Please submit your resume to: humanresources@archstl.org


cmziall said...

So, did you already apply?

thetimman said...

Did you?

Latinmassgirl said...

That is a good job posting. I wonder if they'll get an out-of-towner. I just pray he or she is just what they are looking for in the ad.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why Jim left. I thought he did a pretty good job.


Anonymous said...

Im glad the unfaithful Catholic (liberal) Jim days are over. Good bye and good luck!

I pray Miss Steffens has a hand in the new Editor. I think shes great, and I'll ad, very easy on the eyes.

Latinmassgirl said...

I kindly suggest you consider reading the Catechism of the Catholic church and really see what our Church stands for. Every Catholic should read it, instead of just guessing, and most Catholics were never catechized at all!