Crain's New York Business Senior Reporter
Company: Crain Communications
Location: New York
Posted on: April 18, 2019
Crain's New York Business is seeking a highly motivated journalist
to join our editorial team. The ideal candidate has
business-writing experience, a strong sense of curiosity, asks
questions that editors hadn't thought of and makes researched story
pitches every week.
A senior reporter generates weekly print and daily digital stories
based on the news of the day and broader trends in metro-area
business. This is a full-time position in our Midtown office.
Candidates with experience writing business news, including about
real estate, technology, entrepreneurship, finance and
government/policy are encouraged to apply.
* Develop and manage core beat coverage by producing smart and
serious news intelligence
* Generate feature-length news and analysis stories for weekly
print publication on trends and innovations affecting the New York
City business community
* Cover breaking news in the field and through independent
reporting; maintain strong, foundational understanding of important
topics and players in the local business community
* Contribute daily news items for morning and afternoon
* 5-plus years' experience writing news stories in a newsroom or as
* Strong interviewing, reporting and editing skills
* Ability to generate engaging headlines for newsletters and
* A keen eye for detail and ability to weave a narrative for
* Ability to juggle multiple responsibilities
* Ability to work with others, under pressure, in a spirit of
* Self-starting and critical-thinking skills
* Ability to deliver clean, grammatical copy on tight deadline
* Clips of published material
* Experience covering New York business, real estate,
neighborhoods, policy, finance, technology, small business or
* Familiarity with Crain's New York Business coverage and style
* Experience with live interviews and/or moderation of events and
* Demonstrated ability to write clearly about complex issues and
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