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The Moscow Times Is Hiring: Business and Economics Reporter

Business and Economics Reporter

The Moscow Times is looking for an experienced and committed business and economics reporter to create content across print and soon-to-be relaunched web platforms.

This is a full-time job based in Moscow.

Responsibilities
 — Track news on Russian politics, business, economics
 — Develop relationships with key sources
 — Pitch stories to editors
 — Write spot news and longer features
 — Provide feedback and develop ideas within the team

Requirements
 — Bachelor's degree or equivalent
 — Advanced understanding of Russian business and economy
 — Understanding of Russian politics
 — At least two year's experience in journalism, writing or blogging
 — Ability to write engaging, original articles quickly
 — Good understanding of web audience
 — Native or near-native English
 — Excellent Russian
 — Willingness to work flexible hours

Advantageous
 — Experience in deep or investigative reporting
 — Knowledge of state companies and energy markets
 — Acquaintance with AP / Moscow Times style guides
 — Multimedia experience

About The Moscow Times

The Moscow Times is the leading English language publication on Russia. Founded in 1992, we provide foreigners and internationally oriented Russians with balanced, well-researched journalism and practical information that helps them better understand Russia.

Deadline: 20 May 2016.

Send a one page cover letter and CVs to o.carroll@imedia.ru

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