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Buffalo News seeks health care business reporter

June 8, 2018

Posted by Chris Roush

The Buffalo News seeks a reporter to cover how the health care industry is reshaping Western New York.

Buffalo is a city in the midst of an economic revival. At the center of the story is a burgeoning medical sector with big, competitive employers, startups seeking to capitalize on medical innovation and a growing medical campus.

This reporter will juggle a beat that requires a lot of versatility. The ideal candidates should be as comfortable writing stories about the changing ways we pay for health care as they are chronicling the way neighborhoods are changing because of medical campus development.

This reporter should have experience digging through public records and data to identify stories and trends, as well as a proven ability to break news, turn around in-depth stories on tight deadlines and juggle the demands of reaching a digital audience.

Candidates should have significant enterprise reporting experience.

The Buffalo News is an award-winning news organization with the largest staff of journalists in New York State outside of New York City. We have a history of breaking the area’s big stories and investing in the stories that matter. We’re focused on building a compelling local news report with enterprise stories you won’t find anywhere else.

Why Buffalo? It’s a city is in the midst of a revitalization, with young people returning, warehouses being rehabbed into lofts and waterfront that has new development. More than 100,000 students attend the region’s 23 colleges and universities. The city has two professional sports teams, a philharmonic, a growing waterfront, 27 theater companies and plenty of attitude.

Buffalo also has some of the best summer weather in the world and great summer recreation on our two Great Lakes – Erie and Ontario. Not to mention Niagara Falls, Toronto and ski slopes are all within a short drive.

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