Business Insider is hiring full-time reporters to create photo-driven stories focused on a variety of topics. The visual features reporter will pitch, shoot and write stories using images as well as text to inform readers on topics including retail, transportation and fast food.
In this position, you can expect to create or edit stories like these:
- I’ve driven every Tesla model you can buy. These are my absolute favorite features.
- Check out the $230 million factory in North Carolina where Honda builds its private jet
- I toured a $16 million condo in the country’s richest ZIP code, a private island off the coast of Miami. Take a look inside the luxury residence, which is only accessible by boat.
- Starbucks’ limited-edition Frappuccinos often don’t look anything like their promo photos — see how they compare
- Here are 9 kinds of tech you can expect to see in every store by 2030, according to analysts
- I paid $22 to walk across the famous glass bridge that spans China’s ‘Grand Canyon,’ and it was the worst experience I had in a year of traveling the world for work
- We tried KFC’s new Cheetos sandwich — and it was shockingly good
Business Insider is looking for someone with:
- A passion for visual storytelling and strong visual story judgement
- An ability to identify the heart of a story quickly and weave a narrative through photos and text
- Experience reporting, writing, and shooting/editing photos
- Skill with a smartphone camera as well as a DSLR — comfort in front of the camera is a plus
- Comfort with photo editing software like Adobe Photoshop
- Ability to work quickly, efficiently and collaboratively
- Excellent communication and time management skills
- Familiarity with digital and social media
- Familiarity with SEO best practices