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Pewter Report Employment Opportunities

Pewter Report is currently not hiring at this time, but is accepting resumes for several positions. Please read the job descriptions listed below and follow the instructions pertaining to sending in resumes, cover letters and any samples of your previous work that may be helpful in the evaluation process. Thank you for your interest in Pewter Report.

Pewter Report Full-/Part-Time Writer

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Although Pewter Report’s editorial staff is currently full, we will be hiring in the future and always looking for new, talented writers on a full- or part-time basis. Feel free to submit your resume´ for future consideration. Typically most interviews and hiring take place in the offseason. Please click on MORE DETAILS for a complete job description and a list of candidate requirements.

This is a full- and part-time position requiring the following:

• Consistently write thorough feature stories and columns pertaining to the Buccaneers and NFL for Pewter Report's Digital Magazine and PewterReport.com.

• Be able to develop contacts and sources within the Bucs organization as well as around the NFL.

• Conduct compelling interviews with players, coaches, front office personnel, agents.

• Transcribe quotes from interviews.

• Meeting deadlines and handling a heavy workload is a must.

• Represent Pewter Report and PewterReport.com well in radio and television appearances.

• Must have a thorough understanding of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

• Must have a solid grasp on the English language.

• Writer must also be able and willing to handle miscellaneous projects while covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

• Must possess instincts and knowledge necessary to write compelling stories/columns and break news on the Bucs.

• Covering Tampa Bay Buccaneers practices at One Buccaneer Place, training camp and mini-camps.

• Covering the NFL Draft, Senior Bowl and random press conferences.

• Covering Tampa Bay Buccaneers home and away games.

• Must be flexible in terms of dropping everything to cover a breaking news story or attend a press conference. Can’t be afraid of working up to seven days per week.

A person in the Tampa Bay area is preferred, but out-of-state candidates will be considered. Face-to-face communication, excellent written and phone communication and computer proficiency are necessary in a potential candidate. This candidate must possess a thorough understanding of the Buccaneers, English language and grammar. This candidate must be self-motivated and able and willing to work within a team that strives to bring Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans the news and information they crave and deserve on a regular basis.

Subscribers to Pewter Report will have a step above the competition as knowing how our magazine and website covers the Bucs compared to other media outlets is crucial to success in this position. 

Although not a necessity, previous reporting/writing experience is a big plus. Reporter instincts are required to do this job effectively. This position offers long-term growth opportunities in a company that continues to grow and establish itself as the source for inside news on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

If you’re interested in becoming a Pewter Reporter, please send your resumé to ccampbell@pewterreport.com.
Submitting a writing sample(s) will help you stand out from others.

Please do not call Pewter Report in regards to this opportunity. Each resumé will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and qualified candidates will be contacted in a timely manner.

Thank you in advance for your interest in pursuing this unique career opportunity and joining the Pewter Report team.


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