Breaking News Writer


Breaking News Writer
Part Time, Full Time

The Jerusalem Post, Israel's oldest and largest English daily newspaper, is hiring for the role of Breaking News Writer.

Breaking News Writers are those that are in control of all that happens on That means writing breaking news articles, uploading reporter articles onto our website, editing pieces, placing them on and off the home page, as well as posting on our social media platforms. It's an excellent job for journalists-in-training, and it operates 24/7, meaning we're looking for people with a flexible level of availability to work the normal and the odd hours.

The position is available for both part- and full-time employment (3-5 work days/week).


- Based in Jerusalem or can regularly commute to the city
- Fluent in English - a must
- Hebrew at a conversational level at least
- Familiar with Israeli news and affairs
- Adept at using social media (Facebook, Twitter)

About The Jerusalem Post

The Jerusalem Post was founded in 1932 by Gershon Agron as and is the oldest and largest English daily newspaper in Israel. The paper is known for its centrist and pluralistic stance. Its columnists share views from across the political spectrum. In its nearly 90 years of publication, the paper has retained its prominence as Israel's leading English news outlet, and hosts a series of annual conferences featuring high-profile speakers from the political and business sectors. The Jerusalem Post publishes print broadsheets Sunday-Friday and also releases weekly magazine publications in the form of The Jerusalem Post Magazine, In Jerusalem and Billboard. The paper also publishes a biweekly editorially-independent magazine called The Jerusalem Report and a weekly International Edition, which contains the most notable articles of that week’s news. In 1996, the paper launched, reaching millions of readers across the globe.


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