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Senior financial journalist wanted

Moneyweb is hiring.

Moneyweb – a top destination for business, finance and investment news in South Africa – is looking to appoint a senior financial services writer to join its team. The position is senior level and the individual will be reporting to the publication’s editors.

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We’re looking for a person with a track record of excellent business and investment writing and analysis.

The candidate must have a good grasp of the South African business environment, and its global context. They need to have an understanding of the principles of economics and the relationships between different financial instruments, knowledge of JSE-listed stocks, and be able to interpret companies’ financial statements.

They must know what makes a good story, have an ear for news, an excellent work ethic and be able to generate great story ideas in discussion with the editorial team.

Main responsibilities

  • Produce well-written, relevant, accurate and balanced business news and investment stories as well as op-eds;
  • Manage multiple stories simultaneously under tight deadlines;
  • Perform any other duty as is reasonably assigned by the editor.

Minimum qualifications and requirements 

  • Relevant diploma/degree (finance, economics or journalism);
  • Minimum five to ten years’ experience in financial journalism
  • Be able to read and analyse financial statements and other financial information.
  • An existing contact base;
  • Excellent communication, writing and editing skills;
  • Thorough understanding of the Press Code;
  • Ability to work under pressure and carry out tasks independently;
  • Be accepting of flexible work hours;
  • Have contactable references.

The salary is negotiable and the journalist should preferably have their own transport.

How to apply

Applicants must send a CV and cover letter (no more than 500 words) outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position and what they can add to Moneyweb, to editor@moneyweb.co.za.

Closing date for applications: March 5, 2021.

Subject reference: Financial journalist

Moneyweb is an equal opportunity employer. The appointment will be made in line with Moneyweb’s Employment Equity Plan and Policy. South Africans get preference. Applicants not contacted within 14 days after the closing date should consider their applications unsuccessful.

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Well you had Magnus but it seems he was too controversial with his anti Jse stance. Me thinks MW has egg on it’s face for boycotting him for more than 2 years now.

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