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Truck Driver CDL Class A (local routes) – new

The Washington Post Springfield, VA

include: • Loading trucks and delivering bundles of newspapers throughout the metropolitan area (3-5 stops) generally within a 50-mile radius of… The Washington Post


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Transportation Center Coordinator – new

The Washington Post Springfield, VA

include: • Supervising Plant Dispatches at production plant; • Fostering collaborative working relationships with Circulation and… The Washington Post


4 days ago

Building Engineer

The Washington Post Springfield, VA

include: • Operate, maintain and repair all boilers, heaters, pumps, valves, appurtenances and lines used in the distribution of steam and… The Washington Post


4 days ago

Multiplatform Editor

The Washington Post Washington, DC

• Solid background in news, along with sound news judgment. Ability to work with a fast-paced group that is moving 125 to 150 stories a day to… The Washington Post


5 days ago

Chief Revenue Officer

The Washington Post Washington, DC

More than a skillful sales and marketing executive, you have deep digital experience and are a key member of the executive leadership team that… The Washington Post


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    Not the Post it used to be

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    I have been working at The Washington Post full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    The Washington Post has instant name recognition, nationwide. Our journalists are very talented.

    Cons

    The recent sale of The Post means that new hires won't get nearly the benefits that had been a signature of the storied Graham family that owned the newspaper in Watergate days.
    There seems to be very much a sink-or-swim attitude, and employees can't count on HR or the help desk to solve their issues.
    The company is shallow as far as opportunities for advancement.
    New media opportunities often go to new hires, at entry level.

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    Management should be looking to provide training opportunities to their current staff, rather than losing the institutional knowledge that exists.

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