The Globe and Mail is looking for an experienced and ambitious journalist to cover business in Western Canada, with a primary focus on Alberta and the energy beat.
The successful candidate will be based in the Globe’s bureau in Calgary, the centre of Canada’s extensive oil and gas industry. The job requires a self-starting reporter who has a strong understanding of business and finance, commodity markets, provincial and federal politics, and issues concerning carbon and climate change. The applicant should be skilled in cultivating sources and breaking news, and writing news stories and features with the clarity, insight and depth of reporting Globe readers expect.
We are also looking for a reporter who can flexible. Stories may be geared to a business audience or to a broader readership incorporating political and public policy subject matter and analysis. The reporter must work effectively as an individual and in concert with others in the bureau and broader organization. The energy beat is one of the Globe’s most important; it involves a number of Canada’s biggest companies in an industry vital to the success of the economy. It also involves complex issues that drive the political and public agenda across the country. The reporter must have a deep interest in the business of energy and an ability to deliver industry-leading news and features to sophisticated Globe readers.
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