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SCMP Group Limited is the holding company of South China Morning Post Publishers Limited and other subsidiaries engaged primarily in newspaper and magazine publishing. South China Morning Post, the flagship publication, is the leading English language newspaper in Hong Kong with a circulation of over 100,000 reaching affluent and influential readers. SCMP Group also publishes Chinese language editions of Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar and CosmoGirl! in Hong Kong.
The newspaper's readers desire the most reliable English information on Greater China - be it in a print or digital form - and we aim to ensure that the first source they turn to is the South China Morning Post. As the English language voice of Hong Kong for over a century, SCMP remains committed to distributing the world's highest quality, most authoritative and comprehensive content on Greater China.
We emphasize credibility, accountability, knowledge, truth and professionalism as our guiding principles in all our businesses. Our employees are our most important stakeholders and we offer challenging and dynamic opportunities for those interested in a career in media.
We have the following exciting career opportunities for an candidate who possess the right skills and experiences:
Capital Markets Reporter
The Business Section is looking for an experienced financial journalist to help cover China's fast-growing capital markets, with a focus on yuan-related assets. The candidate must have good written and spoken English, and have at least three years of experience in financial journalism. Cantonese and/or Mandarin a plus. The position is based in Hong Kong.
The successful candidate will be part of an enthusiastic team of reporters writing about developments in the financial-services industry in Hong Kong and on the mainland. He or she will be expected to produce breaking news and smart analysis on the offshore yuan market and yuan-related asset classes for print and online editions. The successful candidate also will be expected to stay abreast of global asset allocation trends and be able to relate them to the yuan market. The position offers travel as well as a chance to write long-form journalism.
Interested parties please send curriculum vitae with full career details, salary history, availability and expected salary to the Human Resources Division, Morning Post Centre, 22 Dai Fat Street, Tai Po Industrial Estate, New Territories, Hong Kong or by email to email@example.com. Please mark "Private & Confidential" and quote reference.
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