A leading price publisher based in central London is looking for a Reporter to assess prices and produce relevant news and market commentary for a dedicated market. This role would suit a journalist with some experience/internships and a strong interest in economics, finance or business publishing. This is an excellent opportunity to step into a fascinating area of journalism and full training will be provided.
- Discover and assess prices in line with company procedures
- Produce market commentaries
- Write original and accurate news and analytical in-depth features in a timely fashion
- Develop ideas for new prices to launch or promote
- Maintain and grow a list of contacts
- Attend international conferences and visit contacts to conduct interviews as required
- Work collaboratively with colleagues
- Assist in developing a programme of speakers and subject matters for conferences
Experience / skills required:
- Some journalism experience/internship is required ideally within B2B publishing
- Experience of commodities, financial or economics publishing is a bonus
- An interest or understanding of financial markets/commodities
- Excellent communication and presentation skills with a confident telephone manner
- A tactful and diplomatic attitude and the ability to work in a team
- Solid networking skills with the ability to build and maintain relationships
- Good numeracy skills and the ability to meet deadlines and stay calm under pressure
Applications ASAP, please
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Karine Nicpon
Tel: 020 3574 4426
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