By on January 14, 2016

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The current newsbot’s programming has gone awry and it now thinks it should work for someone else!

Sacrebleu! What should we do?

Find a new newsbot, of course.

Yes, that’s right. Aaron has decided to spread his wings. He’ll still be here for the next few weeks prior to his move to greener pastures, but he’ll be sorely missed after he logs off for the last time.

That means TTAC has an opening in its newsroom.

The news editor position is grueling, but rewarding. The hours can be long, but flexible. The work is hard, but opportunities are endless.

Ideally, we are looking for someone in Detroit, or close to it (that means even you Windsorites can get in on the action), but we’ll consider candidates from elsewhere. Top candidates will have previous background in news production and editing. The more years you have in the industry, the better your chances. Newbies will need to make up for their lack of experience with strong determination.

Interested? Want to apply? This is what we’re looking for from you.

– A resume/CV with all your work experience, education, etc.
– Samples or links to previous written work.
– A “cover letter” — which can be in the email body — of why you think you should be America’s Next Top Newsbot.

Send all the above to [email protected]. We will reach out to potential candidates over the next week or so.

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