Career Opportunities

The Hammill Post is now accepting inquiries from prospective writers, creative contributors, general or editorial staff. Contact us by email at hr@hammillpost.com.

Inquiries will be reviewed and answered by our Publisher or Editor in Chief. Simple letters of introduction or introductions are welcome, but please be ready to follow up your inquiry in more detail depending on your area of interest.

All inquirers: Please review The Hammill Post online to get an idea of our style of writing, journalistic standards, and range of topics covered, as indicated by our listings of news sections.

Prospective staff: Please submit your resume or curriculum vitae and any supportive materials as email attachments in Microsoft Word, .pdf or plain text format.

Journalists and Writers: Please submit writing samples and article drafts as email attachments in Microsoft Word, .pdf or plain text format. We welcome topic suggestions and independent journalism. Please refer to the latest edition of the Associated Press Stylebook as the authoritative guide to publication standards followed by The Hammill Post. Writers who frequently contribute articles to The Post also may be asked to offer their input on matters such as scope of content, or editorial functions. Our writer pool is The Hammill Post’s most important resource.

Editors: Refer to “Prospective staff” and “Journalists and Writers” above. Editorial responsibilities will be filled by those familiar with The Post’s style of writing, journalistic standards, range of topics and sections; as well as the capability of attracting additional writers, artists, photographers and media talent.

Artists, Photographers & Media Talent: Please submit work samples as email attachments in comparable, standard formats as is applicable to your particular media.

The Hammill Post operates primarily as an advertising and revenue-based enterprise. The Hammill Post currently is “in Beta”. This means certain elements of our online publication will be subject to significant revision following review by an assembly of business advisers we retain to guide our business plan development and full feature start-up. At this time we expect the Beta period to extend through calendar year 2014.

During our Beta period, contributions of material, time and effort are voluntary, but may be eligible for elective compensation based on periodic apportionment of advertising revenue earned during start-up. Elective compensation for contributions of material during our Beta period will be based on apportionment of advertising revenue during such period. We expect our first distribution of shared revenue to regular, weekly, contributing writers in calendar year 2014 to take place between May and June 2015.

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