We are looking for exceptional editors who care deeply about reporting the truth and understand the essential power of language to inform. Candidates should relish the challenge of striving for perfection in a fast-paced and demanding environment and enjoy working as part of a close-knit team.
Our Editorial teams cover a wide range of topics, from blockchain and payment technologies to geopolitics and cyberwarfare. Our reporters and analysts dig for information worldwide in over 20 languages — scouring sources online, cultivating trusted insiders and venturing into less-conventional sources such as restricted areas on the darknet — all to uncover the truth and publish exclusive and informative news and analysis that is vital to the investment, policy, and business decisions of our clients.
Our editors are responsible for ensuring the quality, accuracy, and value of our reporting. They are style and syntax experts who take pride in crafting simple, concise bullets of information with precision. Every word, headline, paragraph, image, graph, and section is meticulously thought out to make our stories clear, informative, and easy to read. Our editors work closely with our reporters and analysts to create news that delivers insightful information.
- Deep knowledge of language, grammar, punctuation, and narrative
- Deceptive language is your sworn enemy, and you are always up for the fight against it
- Exceptional writing and editing skills, with the ability to deliver clear, compelling and accurate copy while maintaining our style
- Believe life is better without needless words — and enjoy omitting them
- Excellent analytical and critical thinking ability, organizational and planning aptitude, and you love the challenge of meeting demanding deadlines
- Strong researching, copy editing, proofreading and fact-checking skills
- Strong listening comprehension and ability to communicate clearly
- Undergraduate degree from a top-tier school with an exceptional academic record or a career that demonstrates outstanding achievements in journalism