The Financial Times has a vacancy for an Alphaville Reporter in conjunction with the brand's relaunch as a paywalled product. The position will ideally be based out of London, but other locations are negotiable.
We are looking for a natural writer with a deep interest in all things financial, markets and economic.
The role will offer opportunities in video reporting, as well as the chance to organise and engage in financial-community oriented events. We are also seeking to carve out new ways of telling stories online, especially across social media platforms.
Enthusiasm for digital journalism and/or blogging is essential
Natural flair for unearthing important new trends in opaque corners of the financial, technological and corporate world
Good grasp of how social media works
Keen to develop their online journalistic profiles
Excellent editing skills
Engage with our audience through social media
Who we are looking for
All in all, you’ll have a good sense of humour, a critical mind, thick skin and might even know how to manipulate a spreadsheet or fix a line or two of HTML.
All staff are welcome to apply for Editorial vacancies as part of a flexible working arrangement. If you believe this role can be managed part-time or as a job share then please provide details as part of your application. All proposals will be seriously considered. While approval will be conditional on the demands of the role and team, the FT is committed to being responsive to the needs of its staff and the different ways they may want to work.
Applications should be made via Workday by 9 March 2021.