SwimSwam Seeks Senior Reporter

SwimSwam.com has grown rapidly since launching March of 2012, and we’re striving to meet the demand of our audience.

SwimSwam.com is looking for a reporter with an understanding of the sport, someone who can speak to swimmers, coaches, industry contacts, and can simultaneously continue to build the external audience of swimming.

This job isn’t for the faint of heart–there is a significant workload. You will be at the center of the swimming conversation every day. You will be expected to wake up and source swimming news, finding the stories that matter (or are assigned by Editor-in-chief Braden Keith ) and reporting them in a timely matter.

Your title: SwimSwam Senior Reporter

Your pay: negotiable, DOE

We’re excited to bring on a new member of the team!

Please submit your resume, writing sample, and pay requirements to: [email protected].

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About SwimSwam: SwimSwam.com is a swimming news and lifestyle website. SwimSwam provides global coverage of swimming, open water swimming and the “swim lifestyle” outside the pool (and/or lake, ocean, river, etc.).  Our slogan is Everything for swim fan on SwimSwam! Thank you for dropping by!

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So do you mean SENIOR as in SENIOR????An older, wiser look at Swimming?
Or do you need someone to help Braden make some time for sleep?
It would be pretty tough to be as prolific as Braden.
So surprised there are no comments here….
What is up with that?

haha. Whatsamatta Braden? Is the machine going down for maintenance?

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