Quartz is an ambitious and fast-growing global business news brand. Our mission is to create high-quality global business journalism that thrives in the digital age.
The reporter contributes to Quartz’s coverage of the technology sector globally, with a focus specifically on Amazon.com, the sharing economy, and mobility. As a daily publication, the successful candidate will produce original takes on the news on a regular basis, along with reported scoops, informed analysis, and deeply-researched features.
Based in London, they are part of the growing Quartz team worldwide, and help shape our efforts to take bracingly creative approaches to covering business news. Developing fresh ways to look at the cutting edge of innovation and technology, exploring how it intersects with regulation and markets, and translating them into interesting, provocative articles, with a solid grounding in data, is a central challenge of this job. This candidate will take an entrepreneurial approach to engaging with their readership globally.
Quartz covers technology with an international context, and expects its reporters to apply a global lens to their stories, even when they concern companies or issues that are specific to Britain or Europe. We expect this reporter to identify people who deserve more attention, see around corners to where technology and innovation are heading, and surface detailed examples that help readers understand what entrepreneurs and leading thinkers are obsessing about. We want them to be both excited about the fundamental potential of technology and thoughtful, critical, and creative in their coverage of it.
Qualifications of the ideal candidate:
This online job posting is open from Feb. 22, 2019 until March 23, 2019.
Salary £55,000 - £75,000 + benefits
Quartz recruits talent for two salient attributes or qualities:
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