The Register seeks tech news reporters in San Francisco
The Register seeks full-time journalists to cover science and technology news from our office in downtown San Francisco.
Our U.S. operation is growing and as such we are looking for people of all levels, from junior to experienced journalists, with the following qualities:
- The ability to write crystal clear and accurate articles, and file them on a daily basis.
- A desire to cover the worlds of semiconductor chips, computer hardware, and related technologies; software-defined networking; or software engineering.
- The ability to find and develop sources, uncover news, pitch story ideas, and ultimately break exclusives.
- An appreciation of The Register’s writing style, headlines, and tone.
- A willingness to get out of the office to meet people working in the industry, attend conferences, and continuously learn all there is to know about new technologies.
The Register is the world’s original online technology tabloid, publishing on the web since 1998 and read by millions of technology professionals every month. Our motto is biting the hand that feeds IT: we are playfully sarcastic, and often irreverent, but above all we strive to be accurate, fair, and detailed.
We break exclusive stories and write features for a global audience. We are part of Situation Publishing, a UK-based independent media business that has a global reach of 40 million people.
We offer a generous amount of vacation, a healthcare plan, and competitive pay. This position is available immediately. To apply, email Chris Williams, U.S. Editor, <firstname.lastname@example.org> and start the subject line with “Technology journalist”. Any questions: call 415 495 5414.