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Thursday, May 12, 2011

I'm Outta Here Soon. Who Wants My Chair?

Posted By on Thu, May 12, 2011 at 2:44 PM


So, after two years as editor of SFoodie, I've decided to move on to pursue other writing projects ― the last day of my byline here is Fri., May 20. There'll be time, later next week (when the beer I've been saving under my desk has time to chill before finding its way into office mugs), to reflect on my tenure, offering up a sloppy, red-faced "You guys are great" to my Weekly cubemates.

Before that happens, the hiring powers here wanted me to pass along this job description for my replacement, with a link for submitting résumés. Ready?

We're looking for a dynamic food journalist to join the SF Weekly team as our SFoodie editor. Daily responsibilities include posts, assigning and editing, recruiting freelance contributors, and managing the Twitter page. We need someone with established industry sources to tell the ins and outs of the San Francisco food scene, from its breaking news to backstories. This is a full-time salaried position with benefits. If qualified, please send your cover letter, résumé, and clips to No phone calls, please.
There, done. And even though ― I swear ― I haven't yet cracked a single beer, and there's nothing but cold, stale office coffee in my mug, I'll say it now: You guys are great.

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