A global business information publisher is looking for a Price Reporter/Journalist to join its office in central London. The successful candidate will be responsible for assessing prices, launch new benchmarks and provide news for a specific sector of the metal market. This is a fantastic opportunity for a journalist with business or financial experience ideally in commodities to play a key role at the best-known pricing intelligence company in the metals market.
- Assess prices, launch new benchmarks and break news and in-depth features
- Produce concise, accurate and compelling market commentary and news stories in a timely fashion
- Discover prices to launch or promote, developing and maintaining a list of key contacts in the industry
- Represent the company at international events, meetings, etc.
- Play an active part in global and regional teams, also working with sales and events teams
Experience / skills required:
- Solid experience in business or financial journalism in a market reporting role is required
- Understanding of financial markets and commodities
- Solid communication skills with the ability to build and maintain solid relationships
- Ability to work under pressure and break stories first, while maintaining the highest standards of accuracy
- Tenacious and resilient attitude
- Excellent written and spoken English
- Able to travel regularly to attend conferences, meet contacts and visit sites
- Educated to degree level or equivalent
Applications ASAP, please
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Karine Nicpon
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