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Statesman Journal (Salem, OR)

 
HQ: Salem, OR   |  
Overview
Since the first edition of the Statesman Journal's predecessors rolled off the press more than 150 years ago, our mission has remained the same: to be the mid-Willamette Valley's primary source for local news and advertising information.

The Statesman Journal is the largest news-gathering organization in the mid-Willamette Valley, focused solely on keeping readers informed about the events and people in their communities. Plus, our local news Web site keeps you informed on breaking news as it happens, 24 hours a day.

Our Operating Principles guide us in providing readers and advertisers the best product, and customer service, possible.
    Operating Principles
    • Strive to exceed our customers' expectations every day
    • Provide an open forum and serve as a catalyst for positive change
    • Serve as a watchdog role as the states' capital newspaper
    • Ensure a safe, nurturing and diverse workplace
    • Sustain long-term growth

As an equal opportunity employer, we recognize and appreciate the benefits of diversity in the workplace. The Statesman Journal's Diversity Statement reflects this commitment.


Statesman Journal Diversity Statement

No one is different from every point of view. Knowing that we are more alike than different, the Statesman Journal Diversity Committee strives to enlighten our workforce by focusing on our similarities while celebrating our differences. We believe respect for others and our commitment to diversity represent vital strengths of our company.
Benefits
Medical Coverage
Full-time employees share the cost of medical coverage through three different plans, including dental, vision and hearing. Part-time employees working 20-30 hours per week can enroll in two different plans (without dental, vision, or hearing) at their own expense.

Retirement/Pension
The Company bears the full cost of this benefit. It is vested after five years of eligible service.

401(k) Savings Plan
Contribute from 1% to 15% of pre-tax income by payroll deduction. For every dollar you save up to 6% of your pay, Gannett will match 50% in the form of Gannett Stock.

Gannett Spending Account (GSA)
Full-time employees can save money using pre-tax dollars to pay health care expenses not covered by an insurance plan or pay dependent care expenses.

Tuition Assistance
Regular, full-time employees can receive reimbursement for approved courses.

Term Life Insurance
Coverage is provided at no cost to the employee. Supplemental coverage is provided at low group rates.

Stock Purchase Plan
Elect an amount to be deducted from your pay each month to purchase Gannett common stock.

Other Benefits include:

  • Advertising Discounts

  • Adoption Assistance Plan

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Travel Accident Insurance

  • Newspaper Subscription Discounts

  • Child Care Information & Referral Service

  • Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Short Term Disability Insurance

  • Sick Leave

  • Vacation

  • YMCA Membership Discount

  • Discounted parking

  • Credit Union Membership

    * This list is not inclusive of all benefits offered by the Statesman Journal but is meant to give prospective employees a general idea of programs.

    Plan eligibility may vary depending upon number of hours worked and may not apply to members of a bargaining unit.

    Benefits described may be improved, modified or terminated at any time at the discretion of the Company.

  • Vision
    Our mission is to be the primary source of news and information for our community.
    Contact
    Statesman Journal
    Street: 280 Church St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
    Mailing: P.O. Box 13009, Salem, OR 97309-3009
    (503) 399-6611
    www.statesmanjournal.com