The Paulick Report Is Adding to Its Stable

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Have you had dreams of becoming a horse racing writer but gave up on them because of the diminishing opportunities in Thoroughbred print? Looking for a fresh start in a fast-paced and positive work environment? Do you want to combine an education in the new media world with your love for horses and horse racing? Then the Paulick Report wants to hear from you!

This spring, the Paulick Report will be hiring a new entry-level content management position to add to its rag tag staff of four. The perfect candidate will be self-motivated, possess strong writing skills and have a keen sense of news judgment. He or she will be willing to work flexible and sometimes long hours Monday-Friday and be able to multi-task while working from home (or their mother’s basement). They will be web savvy and preferably live in the Central Kentucky, Northern Kentucky or Louisville areas (although not essential). And most of all, they must have a positive, fail-forward attitude about what we do.

If you fit this description, please submit your resume to resumes@paulickreport.com with a short cover letter and salary expectations. Please keep in mind this is an entry-level position.

We are excited about our continual growth and look forward to bringing on a new member to the Paulick Report team in the spring of 2012!

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  • Stanley inman

    Just like the Jeffersons, ‘you’re movin on up”
    congrats ray
    on your expanded mission,
    How about a writer-comedian,
    This crowd is dying to laugh.

    • Memphis Lou

      If you’re looking for a writer- comedian, you’re looking for Mark Klein in Louisville.

    • Don Reed

      Stan, comedy & wit in this
      respect is wasted – not at the PR, but there is so little recognition or demand
      for it in racing circles, I suspect that the top one hundred breeders &
      trainers could have made ten times as much money working as morticians &
      directors of funeral homes.

      Similarly, the racing writers,
      generally, are statistic-sprouting dullards (Exhibit A: Currently, the ghost of
      what once was The Blood-Horse magazine).

      The positive side is that these same
      suspect & shallow minds seldom care about irony, which, elsewhere, is an obsession
      among worthless writers.

      To wit: Mike Smith catching Chantal
      Sutherland in the Breeders’ Cup Classic last fall.

      It was a delight that few
      commentators could actually state that this was an “ironic” outcome; even
      though they understood what they had seen, the actual word eluded them as they
      continued to hyperventilate.

      *****

      Paulick Report Readers’ Contest – provide
      the punch line!

      “Three trainers walked into a
      bar…”

      Example (easily beatable):

      The first trainer: “I got a
      month of  ‘days’ for a positive – a one-tenth
      of 1% overage!”

      The second trainer: “I’m
      grounded, same thing – three months!”

      The third trainer (Rich Dutrow Jr.):
      “With my legal appeals, I’m untouchable – I just came along with you guys to
      rub it in!”

      • Merasmag

        as i want the job i will knot touch this;)

  • Stanley inman

    Just like the Jeffersons, ‘you’re movin on up”
    congrats ray
    on your expanded mission,
    How about a writer-comedian,
    This crowd is dying to laugh.

  • Memphis Lou

    If you’re looking for a writer- comedian, you’re looking for Mark Klein in Louisville.

  • Garrett Redmond

    I am too old for the job but, tell me: What is a “fail-forward” attitude?

    • http://www.paulickreport.com Paulick Report

      Failure and mistakes are part of anything you do. Do you react to shortcomings by getting defensive and combative or do you see setbacks as a chance to learn and move forward.

      Brad

  • Garrett Redmond

    I am too old for the job but, tell me: What is a “fail-forward” attitude?

  • http://www.paulickreport.com Paulick Report

    Failure and mistakes are part of anything you do. Do you react to shortcomings by getting defensive and combative or do you see setbacks as a chance to learn and move forward.

    Brad

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=555081364 Brooke Higby

    I love writing and I love horses. Sounds like a dream job! Too bad I live in PA and only get to Kentucky for the Oaks and Derby.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=555081364 Brooke Higby

    I love writing and I love horses. Sounds like a dream job! Too bad I live in PA and only get to Kentucky for the Oaks and Derby.

  • Tapit

    You have always liked my emails and I can do much more than write….:)

  • Tapit

    You have always liked my emails and I can do much more than write….:)

  • Nancy

    i am dying for a job in the horse racing industry, but i live in Northern California !!!

  • Nancy

    i am dying for a job in the horse racing industry, but i live in Northern California !!!

  • Don Reed

    Stan, comedy & wit in this
    respect is wasted – not at the PR, but there is so little recognition or demand
    for it in racing circles, I suspect that the top one hundred breeders &
    trainers could have made ten times as much money working as morticians &
    directors of funeral homes.

    Similarly, the racing writers,
    generally, are statistic-sprouting dullards (Exhibit A: Currently, the ghost of
    what once was The Blood-Horse magazine).

    The positive side is that these same
    suspect & shallow minds seldom care about irony, which, elsewhere, is an obsession
    among worthless writers.

    To wit: Mike Smith catching Chantal
    Sutherland in the Breeders’ Cup Classic last fall.

    It was a delight that few
    commentators could actually state that this was an “ironic” outcome; even
    though they understood what they had seen, the actual word eluded them as they
    continued to hyperventilate.

    *****

    Paulick Report Readers’ Contest – provide
    the punch line!

    “Three trainers walked into a
    bar…”

    Example (easily beatable):

    The first trainer: “I got a
    month of  ‘days’ for a positive – a one-tenth
    of 1% overage!”

    The second trainer: “I’m
    grounded, same thing – three months!”

    The third trainer (Rich Dutrow Jr.):
    “With my legal appeals, I’m untouchable – I just came along with you guys to
    rub it in!”

  • Merasmag

    do u really need a resume???
    ok

  • Merasmag

    do u really need a resume???
    ok

  • Merasmag

    as i want the job i will knot touch this;)

  • Cheri Vaughan

    Oh, I would work so proudly for the Paulick Report, paid or not! I love it so much and the horse racing industry! Pity I live in Maryland, Mr. Paulick. You’d find me on the doorstep of the Paulick Report!

  • Cheri Vaughan

    Oh, I would work so proudly for the Paulick Report, paid or not! I love it so much and the horse racing industry! Pity I live in Maryland, Mr. Paulick. You’d find me on the doorstep of the Paulick Report!

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