Money seeks a personal finance reporter
Money, the leading personal finance brand online and in print, is looking for a writer to cover personal finance topics. Outstanding reporting and writing skills, as well as some knowledge and/or strong interest in the subject matter are required.
- Pitch, report and write stories — quick-turn articles, analysis of breaking news, and longer-cycle reported service pieces — for Money.com
- Develop smart new coverage ideas and find opportunities to build traffic to market stories.
- Take complicated subjects and breaking news and translate them into compelling, engaging stories that are understandable, actionable, and interesting
- Find compelling angles for core service content, and ways to draw traffic without sacrificing accuracy or good writing
- Manage multiple projects and deadlines
- Experienced: You have at least 1 to 3 years of post-college digital journalism experience, with a track record for pitching and writing smart, compelling stories.
- Communicative: Grace under pressure. That’s what you have. You’re used to managing multiple projects and deadlines – either in an internship or job – and are tuned into the specific logistical details that contribute to a greater whole. You’re known for being precise, focused and dedicated to noticing the details others don’t.
- Collaborative: You have a flexible, open approach to work. No task is too small. You’re happiest when you’re contributing to a project and enthusiastic about work – whether a task demands you to be the star of the show or supporting cast.
- Knowledgeable: You love learning about and writing about personal finance topics. You are known for sharp pitches, on stories small and large, and thinking outside the box. You have reporting tenacity, linguistic chops, and a devotion to your readers.
To apply, go here.