The Daily Californian, like any other newspaper, has a business side that generates revenue to pay for the production of our paper. The business side makes the money, organizes our finances and helps direct organizationwide changes to optimize our appeal to advertisers. It consists of seven departments: local sales, national sales, finance, production, marketing, distribution and development.
**If applicants wish to apply to two positions in different divisions (e.g. business and technology), they must indicate in both applications which division position is their first preference and second preference, respectively. Applicants will only be accepted to one position.