Financial Advisor IQ, the leading publication covering wealth management, is looking for an journalist who can thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven newsroom.
The ideal candidate will be able to join a team of highly motivated and skilled journalists and establish themselves as a leader in the newsroom. We have an energetic team, and seek someone eager to jump into the workings of the financial advisor market, develop inside sources and produce exclusive, must-read stories that impact advisors in their day-to-day work.
We write about how to work with clients, how to win new ones, how to grow a practice and, of course, what the major industry players are doing to stay competitive in terms of pay, benefits, products and business support. That means talking to advisors, executives, recruiter and digging through filings to find nuggets of gold.
We seek team players who thrive in a work environment where reporters and editors swap ideas and sources collaboratively and save the competition for… the competition.
The job requires a reporter who can work on a daily deadline and write and report three or more in-depth articles a week.
You will work the registered investment advisor (RIA) and broker-dealer businesses beat. We want someone who has a nose for news, can develop a network of sources and manage a pipeline of enterprise stories.
You will tell stories with words, graphics and video at times and generate both hard news and features.
On occasion, reporters may travel to conferences or other events.
Every reporter and editor at Financial Advisor IQ is held to fundamental standards of integrity, honesty and journalistic ethics.
- Passion for delivering readers fresh news and sophisticated insights
- An engaging interview style that promotes confidence and open dialogue with seasoned business leaders
- Experience with content in multiple formats (e.g. photo, video, charts & graphs, etc.) and reworking stories from concept to publication
- A high personal standard of excellence and sense of pride in your work
- Excellent editorial judgment
- Attention to detail
- Curiosity and a desire to learn
To apply, go here.