Job Postings: Head Writers for South L.A. and Boyle Heights

For the first time ever, L.A. Streetsblog is officially hiring.  As we announced last week, thanks to a grant from the California Endowment, we’ll be opening bureaus in South L.A. and Boyle Heights in early 2012.  The position is funded to produce a dozen stories a month, but we’re hoping to find someone writers that will help us grow the position and bureaus into 2012 and beyond.   We’re looking for writers, leaders and advocates who share our vision of a clean, green Los Angeles and a thriving, growing, Streetsblog.

Applications are due by November 5 to damien@streetsblog.org.  Hope to hear from you.

South L.A. Job Listing

Boyle Heights Job Listing

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