Dow Jones Newswires Openings

  • Monday, July 11, 2011 9:28 PM
    Message # 651138
    Anonymous

    Dow Jones Newswires (www.djnewswires.com) is a leading supplier of real-time global economic, corporate and resources news to financial professionals across five assets classes: equities, fixed income, foreign exchange, commodities and energy. It has a network of 20 news bureaus in the Asia-Pacific region.

    We are looking for experienced and energetic journalists to fill the following positions:

    BUREAU CHIEF – MALAYSIA

    (Job number: 100000292)

    The successful candidate will manage coverage of a robust trade-focused economy with fast growing markets. A keen eye for news and scoops, excellent writing skills, and the ability to direct reporters across asset classes are essential. Familiarity with Malaysia and the ability to speak Bahasa Melayu would be a plus.

    This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced finance reporter to take on the management of a small but vital bureau.

    This position will be based in Kuala Lumpur.

    To apply, please visit www.dowjones.com/careers and search for the relevant job numbers.

    MANAGING EDITOR - EQUITIES

    (Job number: 100000679)

    Dow Jones Newswires is seeking a managing editor for equities coverage for Asia-Pacific. The successful candidate will oversee a large and important coverage area, spanning New Zealand to India, with a focus on breaking news and of fostering a high standard of writing and analysis. The role requires seamless collaboration across platforms, particularly with the Wall Street Journal’s online and print operations and with our FX Trader product.

    The managing editor will be expected to work closely with FX news managers to help ensure corporate stories are relevant to our FX readership. Candidates should have several years of editorial management experience, strong editing and news judgment skills and a track record of developing reporters to break news. Knowledge of markets and the corporate story in Asia would be an advantage.

    This position will be based in Singapore.

    We offer the right talent the opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies.

    To apply, please visit www.dowjones.com/careers and search for the relevant job numbers.

    SENIOR CORRESPONDENT

    (Job Number: 100001064)

    Dow Jones Newswires seeks a Senior Correspondent to lead coverage of India's central bank and money markets from Mumbai. This is a key role with a mix of reporting and editing responsibilities and supervision of other reporters. The primary focus will be to break news related to monetary policy, bonds, foreign exchange and other related areas.

    The ideal candidate will have several years experience, sound understanding of financial markets, and proven ability to develop sources. We are looking for a competitive self-starter with the ability to work well under pressure as part of a team. Candidates must have a university degree. Previous experience in a newswire or relevant specialist publication will be an advantage.

    We offer the right talent the opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies.

    To apply, please visit www.dowjones.com/careers and search for Job Number 100001064

    COLUMNIST, INVESTMENT BANKING

    (Job number: 100001132)

    Dow Jones Investment Banker, part of Dow Jones Newswires, is looking for a columnist to write sophisticated financial and strategic commentary for an audience of investment bankers. The DJIB product delivers news and analysis from various publications to an audience of investment bankers, coupled with our own exclusive, deal-oriented commentary.

    The successful candidate will write insightful, forward-looking columns and hard-hitting, in-depth analysis on companies and industries of interest to investment bankers – someone not afraid to form and express an opinion. He or she must have solid knowledge of accounting, corporate finance and valuation methods. General awareness of financial regulations is a plus. An ability to use Excel spreadsheets and a numerate mind are a must as we frequently include Excel models and graphs with our columns. He or she will likely have experience working in a research-driven environment, in an investment bank or at a research firm, but journalists with deep financial skills will also be considered. An MBA or work towards a CFA will be an added advantage.

    While our editors do sometimes suggest topics, our columnists typically identify the companies, deals and trends they want to explore. We are a small, collegial group, split between London, New York and Hong Kong, and we frequently collaborate across time zones, so we need someone who thrives in that environment and is a team player.

    We offer the right talent the opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies.

    To apply, please visit www.dowjones.com/careers and search for Job Number 100001132. Please attach a resume, cover letter and any relevant clips to your online application.

     

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