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Sports Clerk – Part Time (10 hours per week)

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About the Job

The USA TODAY Network-Wisconsin is searching for a sports clerk to join our 20-plus member staff, which covers sports from across the state.

This position would work directly with our preps team with emphasis in Fond du Lac and Oshkosh, but the position would be based out of the Appleton office.

The applicant should have a general knowledge of all sports, with an emphasis on high schools. The applicant must have good communication skills and be able to juggle a number of tasks in a short time. Accuracy and reliability is a must. The ability to shoot and produce video, and being social media savvy, would be a plus.

Interested applicants should apply to Mike Sherry at

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