Data Editor, Dow Jones - DC
Dow Jones Newswires is seeking an experienced data editor to join our commodities news and data team.
This fast-paced position will handle time-sensitive reports from USDA and other government agencies. Daily responsibilities also include publishing key data from various exchanges, including CBOT, CME, ICE, NYMEX and COMEX.
This role converts a high volume of data into tables for an audience of business professionals and requires a good understanding of financial markets and the needs of traders and investors.
This is a fast-paced environment that requires publishing to a real-time news service, making speed and accuracy essential.
Responsibilities / Skills:
- Collect and enter a large amount of data and tables from various sources
- Regularly handle time-sensitive reports
- Ability to make quick and smart decisions in a fast-paced news environment
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and Visual basic
- Maintain speed and accuracy
- Strong communication skills
- Attention to detail
- Able to shift priorities when necessary
- Understanding of financial markets
- Good interpersonal skills and teamwork ethic
- Ability to meet tight deadlines
The position will be based in Washington, D.C.
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