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The New York Times seeking Australian Writers and Editors

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'The New York Times' (NYT) is expanding in Australia and they're looking for talented journalists and editors in Australia who can help them develop a larger audience and bring their global-minded readers the 'next next thing' in journalism, storytelling, events, and ideas.

NYT aims to listen and learn as they grow – so they’re seeking candidates for specific positions (either in Sydney or across the country), and pitches for individual projects and partnerships (big and small) that are innovative and likely to create an impact. 

If you want to join, you should be a team player long on integrity, and short on ego. NYT wants to work with the sharpest and most collaborative storytellers from all backgrounds and creative disciplines who think like entrepreneurs and are obsessed with finding new ways to connect with audiences.

For job descriptions and calls for project proposals, visit the official website here.


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