New jobs posted to TVNewsCheck’s Media Job Center include openings for a promotions manager in Detroit and a creative services photographer in Boston.
WDIV-Local 4, Graham Media Group’s NBC affiliate in Detroit, is looking for a talented and well-organized promotions manager. Candidates need to have excellent writing skills, a great eye for design and some editing/graphic design chops are welcome. This person will set the creative vision, along with the creative services and programming director, for the marketing of the station. Click here for more specifics and how to apply.
Detroit sits on the U.S.-Canadian border, just west of Lake St. Clair. The Canadian city of Windsor is just across the Detroit River and if you take the Detroit River south, you’ll be in Lake Erie. Detroit currently sits on the edge of a renaissance. Small businesses are once again setting up shop in the area, and new restaurants are luring suburbanites back to Motown.
Detroit offers a host of entertainment options, particularly sports. Detroit residents are enthusiastic about rooting for the home team — whether that’s the MLB Tigers, the NFL Lions or the NHL Red Wings. Residents can spend Friday nights at the metro area’s casinos, Saturday mornings at the open-air Eastern Market and afternoons at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
WFXT, Cox Media Group’s Fox affiliate in Boston, has an opening for a motivated creative services photographer. The candidate will work closely with the creative services department to execute projects from concepts to completion. Visual storytelling, teamwork, problem solving, and creativity are prerequisites. Prior experience working with clients and producers is a must. Click here for more specifics and how to apply. WFXT’s street address is in Dedham, about 20 miles southeast of downtown Boston.
If the thought of living in a big city like Boston intimidates you, you can live and work in a historic suburb, Dedham, with 14 parks, excellent shopping and dining while Boston proper is still just a quick train ride away. Boston Magazine named Dedham as one of the best places to live south of Boston. In Dedham there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. The public schools in Dedham are above average. If you’re a city dweller and like the fast-paced vibe of a major, historical city, Boston proper is just a quick train ride from Dedham.