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Company: International Business Times
Position:
Continuous News Desk Reporter
Location:
New York
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
April 4, 2013
Job ID: 1473028

Description:

IBT is looking for dynamic breaking-news reporters who can keep us ahead in this fast-moving digital era.

We are looking for an individual who can write with authority and understand how to develop and raise traffic and connect with readers.
The reporter should be competent in breaking news in real time and ahead of the competition.
Successful candidates will show a propensity to for writing multiple articles on a broad array of subjects throughout the day, quickly, and balancing interpretive/analytical pieces in parallel.

Requirements:
At least 1 years of reporting experience required
Able to write multiple stories throughout the day under tight deadlines
Speed and accuracy a must
Strong organizational skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects
A proven ability to bring traffic to a website
Good interpersonal skills and be able to work well with a variety of teams
Openness to dynamic schedules
Must feel comfortable in a start-up environment
Knowledge of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) a plus

Position is based in NYC. Must live in NY Area.

We require reporters who bring passion and zeal to not only succeed, but to define journalism into the digital era.

TO APPLY:
Send cover letters, resumes and writing samples to jobs@ibtimes.com (please indicate position applying for in the subject line). Resumes must be sent as a doc, docx or pdf attachment. Clips may be sent as attachments or links. Applications that do not adhere to these guidelines will not be considered.

 

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