Business Insider Intelligence is hiring a Research Editor
At Business Insider Intelligence, we're passionate about making market research that industry leaders use to make strategic decisions. To accomplish that goal, we hire great editors with an unrelenting curiosity to draw out the deeper truths in industry news and craft them into compelling narratives on what the future will look like and what companies can do to get there first.As a Research Editor, you'll work closely with our analyst team, editing chart posts, daily briefings, and longer-form research reports, as well as other content. Research Editors play a key role in the development of our content and there is ample opportunity to advance and grow into a broader role.Advertisement
Understanding of how to frame a story to speak to the needs of an enterprise audience
A passion for communicating big ideas and putting them in context
Exceptional attention to detail and knowledge of grammar and AP style
A strong grasp of the logic behind numbers and data
Superb organizational skills to help our team stay on deadline in a fast-paced environment
You've got to have a deep interest in the latest developments in tech to thrive in this role. Because Business Insider Intelligence is a highly collaborative environment, it's also important that you have strong communication skills and the ability to work with all different kinds of people. Flexibility and a positive, can-do attitude is also a must, since your responsibilities will grow as you gain experience and show your stuff.This role offers a great opportunity to straddle the media and research worlds and learn about the latest technology that is shaping the world around us. It's an exciting place to be.
If this sounds like a great job for you, please apply and tell us a bit about why you're a good fit for the role in your cover letter.
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