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Company: see-thru.com search/news nyc
Position:
News & Research engine seeks Geo-Political/News Wonks
Location:
New York
Job Status:  Part-time
Ad Expires: 
March 7, 2014
Job ID: 1527087

Description:

- Seeking: Geo-politics reporters and/or wonks, (or those who work at news/research desks and need this for work) who understand and need to sample a large sphere of news found in the best newspapers, blogs, reddits and the twitter-verse of linked experts.

*Required for the job: Have been reading consistently (for at least the last few months) the most important stories from at least two long-form newspapers (like the NYT/WSJ/WAPO/Guardian- and a magazine equivalent such as the economist or similar) daily.
Please only apply if you meet the above requirement.

Looking for highly educated and experienced, super inquisitive minds---- either super creative and/or those with exceptional memories.

State of the art Search engine- able to search and find complex questions (where other engines falter- good job for future growth), such as those found in the depth of news and the Geo-political landscape.

Please have a relentless curiosity, and deep understanding of the background and workings of our current Geo-Political world. A true voracious consumer of news that impacts us all; one who feels compelled to learn more, aiming towards the fullest context of stories. This person will be paid to do what they are already good at, only doing so with a next generation search technology; an engine which finds news where others cannot.

Our endgame: generate and search for 5-10 fascinating questions/specific topics about world news per day- of the type that can affect us all.

send resumes to jeremy@see-thru.com 

or jeremylieberman@verizon.net

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