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14 days ago

Software Release Manager - ENPS

Associated Press Washington, DC

The Software Release Manager will collaborate on maintenance of the various test environments, working with the department’s infrastructure expert… Associated Press


16 days ago

Training Manager - ENPS

Associated Press Washington, DC

This position requires extensive knowledge of ENPS and its underlying technologies in order to teach and troubleshoot the product. Also requires… Associated Press


13 days ago

Sales Executive - ENPS

Associated Press Washington, DC

to help grow and retain AP ENPS revenue in the Americas. AP ENPS is a division of The Associated Press. It is the most installed news production… Associated Press


13 days ago

Sales Engineer - ENPS

Associated Press Washington, DC

to help grow and retain revenue in the Americas. AP ENPS is a division of The Associated Press. It is the most installed news production system in… Associated Press


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    Get to work with very smart people, little nonsense and the feeling of working on very important and serious issues in the heart of DC -- politics, elections, Supreme Court, etc. Protection under the Guild, OT pay and getting your stories in front of millions of eyes across the globe is tough to beat. Great camaraderie with co-workers.

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    Flexibility depends on the editor. Do not expect a raise unless you hold the management hostage with the possibility of another job elsewhere, and even then, don't expect them to see you as an investment, no matter how long you have been there. Much of management think they are better than non-management. And there is little cultivation of career advancement except for those in the inner-circle.

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    Invest in your talent. Many people have been very loyal to the AP for many years, only to see little hope of career advancement. Money isn't necessarily the only thing that will keep people there and motivated. A title change or inclusion into different projects would help. Even a simple, "thanks!" or "great job" goes a long way.

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