Economy/Government Reporter - Caracas Job
Date: Sep 11, 2014
Location: Caracas, VEN
Job Requisition Number:42493
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Bloomberg News seeks an experienced reporter for its Caracas office to cover Venezuela's economy and government. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to break news using well-sourced government officials, have written in-depth features on Venezuela's economy, and be self-starters who can perform to the highest standards without close supervision. Candidates should be able to write quickly and concisely under tight deadline pressure and be enthusiastic about working in a team environment, frequently on weekends. A minimum of five years of business journalism experience is preferred. The person in this role must be fluent in both English and Spanish. All candidates should attach clips showing economy or politics-related subject matter if possible.
-Experience working in a real-time news environment
-Prior experience breaking news about politics and economics
-Ability to write quickly and concisely under deadline pressure
-Minimum five years of business journalism experience is preferred
-Fluent in English and Spanish
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