staffer

[staf-er, stah-fer]
noun
1.
a member of a staff of employees or coworkers.
2.
Journalism. an editorial employee, especially a writer. Compare stringer ( def 6 ).

Origin:
1680–90; staff1 + -er1

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staffer (ˈstɑːfə)
 
n
informal a member of staff, esp, in journalism, of editorial staff

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Example sentences
They can and are, but it is often harder for them to get important but worthy
  stories into the papers than it is for a staffer.
Before he left, a company staffer demanded that he sign a final confidentiality
  agreement.
He is not a team trainer, nor a public relations staffer.
Please feel free to contact the appropriate staffer or office with your
  concerns.
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