Money seeks contract reporter
by Chris Roush
Money, the nation’s largest personal finance magazine, is seeking a full-time contract reporter.
The majority (80 percent) of this position will be editorial work — the responsibilities include following a beat and pitching stories on that topic, writing front-of-book articles, finding real people anecdotes for features, creating data visualizations, helping senior writers with background reporting, and fact checking.
The other 20 percent of the job will involve assisting the magazine’s managing editor with administrative tasks, such as answering phones, making travel arrangements, coordinating his schedule, submitting expense reports, and helping with presentation preparation
The magazine is looking for a self-starter with strong reporting, interviewing and writing skills, who is also very organized and a multi-tasker. Previous financial journalism experience is preferred.
Pay is hourly — with the potential for overtime — and is commensurate with experience.
If interested, please send resume, cover letter and clips to Margaret Magnarelli at Mmagnarelli@moneymail.com