Reporter, Financial Advisor IQ, NY

New York City, New York (US)
Salary: Competitive
21 Sep 2016
23 Oct 2016
Reporter, Reporting
Job Type
Full Time

Content is king; we understand that at Money-Media. From our early start-up days, through today as a Financial Times subsidiary, we have always focused on producing world-class content.This is evident in the culture we live by and the products we produce. It’s in our DNA.

Key Responsibilities:

Financial Advisor IQ – a daily online news service of global market leader, the Financial Times – is looking for a reporter to join our team of enthusiastic, seasoned journalists.

FA-IQ’s newest reporter will find themselves covering an exciting and competitive beat that’s changing fast and is closely watched by government officials and consumers alike. Our team is energetic and collaborative, and includes staff with decades of experience in financial journalism. We’re committed to keeping FA-IQ authoritative yet engaging, with short, crisp articles that tell the story without the jargon.

Money Media – the FT division under which FA-IQ operates – is a lively and professional publishing house located on the edge of the West Village in Manhattan. We offer great benefits – including healthcare, a 401(k) with a generous employer contribution, profit sharing, extra summer vacation days, a wide variety of training programs and flexible working hours. Money Media is an established and profitable media company where you will work alongside like-minded professionals and develop your career in a collaborative environment that prizes quality journalism and professional development in a congenial setting.

Primary responsibilities
• Source, pitch and write original articles that break news and matter to the reader.
• Regularly contribute to videos, webcasts and other content as necessary.
• Occasionally moderate panels at events run by the Financial Times.
• Some limited travel is required for industry conference attendance.

Experience, Skills and Qualifications:
Strong preference will be given to candidates with a background in financial journalism – particularly wealth management. But most important is a proven ability to break news, develop sources and become an expert on your beat. Experience reporting under pressure, to strict deadlines for a daily publication, is also a significant plus