The Role: Reporter, Power News
The Location: Arlington, VA
The Team: With more than 250 reporters and editors across five continents, our reporters have the opportunity every day to work with people from a wide variety of backgrounds and are able to develop a close team dynamic with coworkers from around the globe. We offer a casual working environment easily walkable from the Rosslyn metro.
The Impact: Our real-time, subscription-based news service reaches an influential readership that includes electric utilities, their regulators and almost all of Wall Street's leading investment banks. Our database, with comprehensive coverage of the market, regulatory and corporate data that impacts our sectors, offers ample opportunities to enhance and drive that reporting.
What’s in it for you:
You will have a tremendous opportunity to grow personally and professionally in this role. Reporters cover their beat daily, allowing them to build a network of contacts, learn about market dynamics, and gain a greater understanding of the energy and financial sectors. S&P Global Market Intelligence is rare in that it provides for growth not only within a sector, but also amongst other sectors within our newsroom, or even other groups and cross-functional teams. Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications or a related field.
- Report breaking regulatory or related business news in the electric power sector.
- Craft enterprise stories on key regulatory developments affecting the power industry.
- Cover congressional hearings, speeches, shareholder meetings, conferences and other significant events.
What We’re Looking For:
- 1-3 years of professional journalism experience.
- Energy industry or financial sector reporting experience is preferred, but not required.
- Experience covering legislative and/or regulatory agencies (FERC, etc.) is a plus.
S&P Global is an equal opportunity employer committed to making all employment decisions on the basis of merit, capability and equality of opportunity, and without regard to race/ethnicity, gender, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status (including domestic partnerships and civil unions), sexual orientation, military veteran status, unemployment status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law, or any other characteristic that has no bearing on a person’s ability to perform his or her job.
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