Dow Jones, Reporter - Asia Real Time News (Sydney)
Dow Jones Newswires seeks a digitally proficient financial journalist to join the Sydney bureau primarily covering technology, telecoms and media companies.
The journalist will be required to extract news from stock filings, explain significant changes in regulation, highlight big industry trends, and write real-time news that engages professional investors.
You will also be expected to chase interviews with major newsmakers with a view to producing scoops of fact and insight, as well as help to meet the broader demands of real-time coverage in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region.
We are looking for a journalist with experience in a fast-paced news environment and a background in corporate and markets coverage. Strong communication skills and an understanding of how to collaborate in a team environment are essential.
Dow Jones offers an opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies.
We invite interested candidates to click submit a resume, cover letter and 3-5 samples of company news coverage.
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vets.
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If you need assistance or accommodation in completing your application, due to a disability, please reach out to us at TalentResourceTeam@dowjones.com. Please put "Reasonable Accommodation" in the subject line.
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