Join Our Team

Want to be part of the future of local journalism? Want to make an impact with your work every week and be part of a thriving newsroom that is growing? This is a unique opportunity to become part of one of the country’s leading local news sites in one of the country’s most dynamic and diverse cities. You would be joining one of the few newsrooms in the country determined to prove a digital-only newsroom can serve all our readers and be successful. The Daily Memphian was started in 2018 as an online-only news site. In less than two years, we have surpassed the legacy, 100-year-old local newspaper to become the largest newsroom in our market.

Unlike most other non-profit, online news sites, we are a full-service daily news site with a 35-person newsroom staff. We built our own content management system, and we have our own local customer service, IT, and marketing teams. We are what the future of local journalism will look like. 

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Current Open Editorial Positions:

If you want to join our team, send a one-page cover letter explaining why you are the best candidate for the position you are interested in, along with your resume, to Ronnie Ramos, editor, at

  • Economic Development & Growth Reporter: The Daily Memphian is looking for a versatile reporter who can deliver breaking news, quick turn-around features and longer-range enterprise stories on issues of growth, economic development and new businesses in a thriving metro area that has been experiencing strong growth and development. The Economic Development & Growth reporter must be able to work collaboratively with other departments to break news on companies entering the market and existing businesses expanding in the market while also monitoring several economic development engines that focus on recruiting and tax incentives. You must be able to spot trends, connect dots and write deep-dive stories about economic growth in the area.
  • Metro Investigative Reporter: The Daily Memphian is looking for that veteran reporter with a proven track record of investigative work. We are looking for someone with the experience to tackle complex issues, hold public officials and local leaders accountable, and provide timely analysis on the most prevalent issues facing our community. The ideal candidate is someone who cannot only expose wrong-doing but is able to research and present possible solutions. This is not an entry-level position. We are looking for someone with three-plus years experience working in a daily journalism environment.
  • Digital Desk Reporter: The Daily Memphian is looking for a versatile reporter who is comfortable working in two key areas: quickly turning around breaking or trending news stories, and producing stories through the site’s digital desk, including live blogs and coronavirus coverage. This person should be creative and curious about the world around them. Good writing skills, an eye for detail and better-than-average expertise with social media channels are musts for this position. Speed and a knowledge of how to use data in journalism are also critical for success.