FoodNavigator-USA.com seeks reporters

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Exciting, award-winning, and rapidly expanding online publisher,
DecisionNews Media - the publisher of FoodNavigator-USA.com - seeks
young reporters for its New York newsroom, to initiate breaking
news on the food and pharmaceutical industries.

You must have striking journalistic potential, with appraisals at university and in your first job having emphasised the quality of your work and the unusual speed at which you learn. You will have some experience, and a great deal of interest, in business and in business journalism.

In this job, you will receive intensive coaching by senior and talented journalists, and maximum support and encouragement in showing your own initiative, developing original story lines, and adding more to your news products than was there before. If you outperform, you will quickly have the opportunity to run your own news website, as editor, with 30,000 to 120,000 readers.

Overall, we expect you to win awards, gain substantial further audiences, and demonstrate creativity, analytical skills and a determination to shine.

You need not have worked in online journalism before - we consider all the really essential skills of journalism transferable across all media. However, you must clearly be an outstanding candidate in terms of your research and writing skills.

The group you will be working for is DecisionNews Media, named as one of the top 50 growth companies in France, and a specialist in international business and technology news in the food and life science industries. All reporters' posts include an initial training period in the group's largest newsroom in Montpellier, in southern France.

If you are interested in applying for a post as reporter, please send a covering letter explaining your suitability, a CV and relevant cuttings to Editor-in-Chief Jenny Luesby.

Web site: www.decisionnews.com​Email: jenny.luesby@decisionnews.com

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