Assistant Editor - Business News
- Pasig, PhilippinesGF, GF, Frontera Drive, Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines, Pasig, Metro Manila, PhilippinesPasigMetro ManilaPhilippines
- Full time
The Role: Assistant Editor, Business News
The Location: Pasig City, Philippines
The Team: The digital newsroom of S&P Global Market Intelligence is dedicated to delivering readers actionable news on financial markets around the world.
The Impact: The assistant editor plays a key role in publishing, assigning and writing articles covering business news.
What’s in it for you: This role provides the ability to take your journalism career to the next level, sharpening writing, editing and news judgment skills and helping guide the team's news coverage.
- Assist in producing clean and concise copy under deadline pressure
- Help shape our coverage by contributing story ideas, vetting news leads and compiling and/or editing daily and weekly features
- Collaborate with editors across the team to monitor news
- Continue to increase own industry knowledge, drawing on in-house training tools and other resources
- Willing to write stories, as and when needed
- Coach and mentor team members, where needed.
What We’re Looking For:
- Minimum of a Bachelor's/College Degree
- At least 4-5 years of working experience as a writer or editor
- A strong interest in business news
- Ability to communicate and coordinate effectively and collegially with team members
- Ability to move quickly from one task to another
- Meticulous attention to detail; dedication to producing quality product; deadline conscious
- Eager to learn new things and be a team player
- Ability to work under tight deadline
- Must be amenable to work the night shift or late night shift.
Perks and Benefits
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Vacation Leave
- Paid Sick Leave
- Paid Bereavement/Family Leave
- Life Insurance
- Medical / Health Insurance
- Performance Bonus
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