FT’s Money-Media seeks a reporter
Money-Media , a fast growing division of the FT, is a profitable subscription-based content and data provider which delivers news and intelligence for specialized businesses through their extensive suite of products.
Are you an ambitious journalist? Do you like to dig through documents, cultivate sources, and break news? Do you want to prove yourself on a business beat, uncovering and developing stories and trying to cover an industry ?
We’re a four-year-old startup and we act like one: innovative, restless, always looking for new angles and new approaches. We like people who are creative, who are crisp writers, who think visually (and who aren’t looking to bludgeon readers with long 1,000-word stories all the time).
Yeah, we’re small. But we’re proud of the fact we punch above our weight.
We publish three times a week. We prize concise writing and stories that make an impact. We’re an agile, built-for-the-21st-century digital publication with one finger firmly on the pulse of our readers.
Right now we have an opening for a reporter.
You would be covering an industry that looks sleepy from afar, but that is actually in the midst of a big transformation: life insurance and annuities.
We have a small, collegial, open-minded team, so you will have plenty of opportunity for career growth and taking on more responsibilities. You will report to the publication’s managing editor, who spent a decade at a major news organization. You will find a refreshing lack of layers of bureaucracy.
To apply, go here.