Senior Reporter

Crain Communications
Published
3 December 2023
Location
Marton-In-Cleveland, Middlesbrough

Description

Description Pensions & Investments, Crain Communications' international newspaper of money management, is seeking a reporter to join our team. This journalist's primary focus will be to report and produce editorial content for P&I print and digital publications on the largest hedge fund managers serving institutional investors, and cover the rapid growth of private credit. Such content includes, but is not limited to, breaking news articles, news analysis, news features and enterprise reporting, along with some video and social media posts. Additionally, this journalist will backstop coverage on the growing world of private markets, including private equity, infrastructure, and real estate. We offer a creative and exciting workplace that values innovation and prioritizes in-depth, analytical reporting and narrative writing. The position will give the successful candidates an opportunity to break stories in the hotly competitive institutional investing space and serve our core audience of industry professionals. This job will also include the chance to cover the investors (corporate and public pension funds, endowments, foundations and more) in a specific geographic region of the U.S. Qualified applicants must be able to tell stories that dig deep into trends affecting institutional investing in the U.S. Preference is for the position to be based in New York but we will consider strong candidates based from a location listed on our site. Basic Requirements: B.A. in journalism or related field required. Some experience in business, investing or corporate finance reporting. Ability to understand and use corporate financial documents such as 10Ks or proxy statements in your journalism. Proven ability to develop sources and work a beat. Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment; ability to meet deadlines. Ability to write accurately and clearly on tight deadlines while also engaging readers with compelling copy. Ability to not only cover the news and generate enterprise features, but also to report and write insightful analysis. Preferences: Knowledge of institutional investing and specifically the work of money managers, index providers and other important firms in the sector. Basic MS Excel ability. Skilled in social media, with track record of using social tools to enhance readership. Scoop-obsessed, with a collaborative mind-set. Pay Transparency Disclosure: The estimated salary range for this position is $100,000 to $125,000. The final salary offering will take into account a wide range of factors, including experience, accomplishments and location. The salary range provided should not be considered as a salary limit or cap. In addition to base salary, Crain also offers competitive benefits including retirement plan savings contributions and bonus opportunities based on individual and company performance. full-time LI-Hybrid journalism mid LI-LV1 Brand Overview: Pensions & Investments delivers critical financial news, data, and analysis to executives responsible for the investment of large institutional assets such as pension funds, endowments and foundations. It reaches top global executives at corporations, governments, pension and retirement fund executives, investment advisers, consultants, and financial institutions. It is the world's leading media brand for institutional investing. www.pionline.com pensionsnews Crain Overview: Crain Communications has been at the forefront of the publishing industry for more than a century. As a privately held company, we maintain a personal responsibility for elevating our work to be the best it can be. Environmental Demands Where you work matters. The job posting will provide specific information on where and when your amazing work would be performed. Employee work location is determined by the needs of the specific team and may include on-site, hybrid or remote. An "in-office" role would require the employee to come into the office most days with occasional flexibility to work remotely if tasks can be performed elsewhere and if the manager approves. A "remote" role would allow an employee to work from a home office that is in one of the states Crain does business in. See list accompanying this job posting. We cannot employ a work from home employee unless they reside in one of these states. A "hybrid" role would be a mix of in-office and remote work. There may be a specified schedule for coming into the office or it could be at the discretion of the employee with the manager's approval. Many positions will also include work done in "the field." Depending on the role, this may include conducting in-person interviews, attending work-related events, meeting with sources or clients. Specifics will be noted in the job posting. Employees may be exposed to adverse environmental conditions, specifically during field work. Other typical job functions are performed under conditions such as those found in general office work. Travel to cover news stories/events, meetings with clients, and to our geographically separated offices may be required. It is the nature of many positions to experience non-standard working hours and be on-call when needed for responding to email, meeting with clients, attending work-related events, story development or breaking news. Most employees perform work Monday through Friday, although early-morning, evening or weekend shifts may be required. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of many Crain jobs. Physical activities will include frequent in-person or virtual interactions. For most positions, it is essential to be able to remain at a desk/computer workstation for prolonged periods, perform computer-related tasks, and create/maintain documents within filing systems. Must have close visual acuity to perform an activity, such as preparing and analyzing reports and information, transcribing, viewing a computer terminal, or extensive reading. The typical physical requirements are light work-exerting up to 25 lbs of force occasionally and/or up to 10 lbs of force frequently and may include climbing, pushing, standing, hearing, walking, reaching, grasping, kneeling, stooping, and repetitive motion. Some positions will have additional physical requirements, including exerting up to 50 lbs of force to move and/or carry equipment, supplies, files, or other materials as the role requires. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions and meet the environmental and physical demands of the role. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. 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