Business Insider is hiring a sports reporter
This job is for someone who cares about sports, loves telling smart, compelling stories, and has a knack for finding original angles on the biggest stories in sports.
The sports reporter will:
- Write about a wide range of sports, including major sports and sports leagues such as MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA, and soccer.
- Cover major events like the Olympics and World Cup.
- Have an opportunity to cover other sports and leagues, such as NASCAR, F1, UFC and WWE, and more.
- Write several succinct posts a day while simultaneously working on longer features.
- Occasionally cover important sporting events on nights and weekends.
The ideal candidate should be a strong writer, have 1-3 years of experience in a newsroom, have an understanding of digital media, and love sports. Knowledge of a wide variety of sports is an asset, as is experience with social media and basic photo editing skills.
Interested? Submit your resume and a cover letter HERE.
Please note: This job requires that you work full-time from our Manhattan headquarters. Business Insider offers competitive compensation packages complete with benefits.
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