Repairer Driven News, Remote, United States

The leading source of news that matters to the collision repair professional

Salary: Competitive.

Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)

Duration: Full-Time

Repairer Driven News, (, a leading national business news outlet focused on the collision repair industry, seeks a full-time editor/reporter to serve as editorial content director.

The position offers a tremendous opportunity for a journalist to tackle a national beat for a national audience of auto body repair, automotive industry and auto insurance professionals. You'll stay on the cutting edge of automotive engineering and auto insurance technology trends while still crafting business news content relevant to the day-to-day operations of the thousands of small businesses at the heart of the collision industry.

The position is remote but includes and encourages some travel to cover industry summits and the famous SEMA Show. We're looking for a self-starter, one who's comfortable and productive given a high degree of autonomy to write stories, develop sources, learn a beat and apply journalistic best practices. Clean, speedy writers able to produce content daily while developing longer-term stories in the background are critical.

This is a role for a seasoned reporter who wants to make editor-level calls or an editor desiring to get back into the thick of things as a reporter. Perks include competitive pay and a family-like environment from the publisher, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) trade organization. We value our journalists here.

Send a resume, references, cover letter and five writing samples to Society of Collision Repair Specialists Executive Director Aaron Schulenburg,

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About Repairer Driven News


Repairer Driven News (RDN) was founded by the Society of Collision Repair Specialists as the leading source of news and information that matters to the collision repairer.

RDN was formed to provide news and information from a vantage point that would unabashedly be catered to those in the collision repair business. Our stories and focus will not be influenced by anything other than keeping the businesses that perform collision repair connected to the information that matters most to them. We believe that “connecting the dots” is important, and that stories should contain more than just what is happening, but also foster an understanding of why it matters. Our vision is one where collision repair businesses are empowered by the information at their fingertips.


Through its direct members and 40 affiliate associations, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) is comprised of 6,000 collision repair businesses and 58,500 specialized professionals who work with consumers and insurance companies to repair collision-damaged vehicles.

Since 1982, SCRS has been the largest national trade association solely representing and dedicated to the hardworking collision repair facilities across North America. SCRS was founded with the principles that through working together, collision repair facilities could inspire positive advancement in our industry. Since its formation, SCRS has provided repairers with an audible voice, a strong presence and an extensive grassroots network of industry professionals who strive to better our trade.

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