New York Times seeks a banking reporter
The New York Times is looking for a reporter to cover one of the most important beats in finance.
Big banks are at the center of the economy, providing critical finance for companies, consumers and countries. They sit at the intersection of Washington and Wall Street. They are powerful voices in the regulatory debate. They are major actors in the markets. They are the financial forces that affect our everyday lives.
A smart, well-sourced reporter will take us beyond the jargon, explaining trends, analyzing corporate moves and contextualizing these financials giants. The right person will be able to break down esoteric concepts for regular readers, while also bringing nuanced insights to industry professionals.
It is a rich beat, encompassing breaking news, thematic enterprise pieces and important investigations. We are also looking for a reporter with digital chops, as we look to bring more visual storytelling to our financial coverage. As part of a tight-knit team that works closely together, collegiality and collaboration are a must.
This is a guild position.
To apply, go here.