WyoFile is going through a reorganization that we hope will serve our readers better.
First of all, we are starting the process of hiring an Executive Editor who will assume leadership of the whole organization. This is a significant shift. In the past, we’ve had separate leaders for editorial and for business. We’re grateful to the people who have filled those positions, including the series of interim editors we had this year. But we knew the current interim executive editor, Dan Neal, would be handing over the reins later this year. So we decided to rethink our entire structure. We’ve created a new top position that will have both editorial and business responsibilities. We think this will make for stronger and more consistent leadership of WyoFile.
Second, we are creating another new position, Community Engagement Manager. WyoFile is supported by a growing community of readers, donors and sponsors, and we’d like to do a better job of meeting their needs and linking them together so we and our community can continue to expand and do a better and better job as the non-profit news site for Wyoming.
Take a look at the job descriptions we’ve posted to pursue this new structure for WyoFile. If you or someone you know could fit the bill — send in those resumes.