Editorial Trainee - Thomson Reuters Holdings AB - Administratörsjobb i Stockholm
Editorial Trainee
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The graduate programme is designed to bring enthusiastic, intelligent and innovative graduates in their early career into the Editorial groups to provide resource capable of being developed to the middle (and upper) tiers of operational management across all streams of the businesses.Reuters: Who We AreReuters, the news and media division of Thomson Reuters, is the world's largest independent news provider, reaching more than one billion people every day. Around 2,500 journalists in over 200 locations around the globe deliver unparalleled international and national news coverage with speed, impartiality and insight to financial professionals, to the world's media organizations, and directly to consumers on Reuters.com and Reuters TV. Reuters stays true to the letter and spirit of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles, ensuring independence, integrity and freedom from bias.What is the Journalism ProgrammeThe Reuters Journalism Programme is an opportunity for recent graduates, early career reporters, or professionals with 2-3 years' experience who are looking to switch careers into journalism. The programme in 2019 will consist of 9 months of formal and on-the-job journalism training, initially for one month in London, followed by one of our other main reporting newsrooms or bureaus across Europe.We are excited to work with emerging talents who can tell stories about finance, politics and people from new perspectives and in different formats. As a global business we rely on diversity of culture and thought to deliver on our goals. To ensure we can do that, we seek diverse, talented and qualified employees with proven knowledge and passion for business, markets and/or multimedia and data journalism.Key FactsNine-month scheme including intensive training and reporting assignmentsPlacement in the London newsroom or a major bureau in EuropeProgramme begins September 2019Participants who excel may be considered for other opportunitiesWhat are we offering?The Reuters Journalism Programme offers an opportunity to fast-track your journalism career and develop your skills across a variety of subjects and media. Successful applicants will predominantly report in text, but visual reporting skills and story-telling ideas will be welcome.Key elementsCompetitive pay Placements in a bureau in EuropeFast-paced reporting on top news stories of the day Opportunity to develop journalism skillsWhat we are looking forPrerequisitesClear commitment to a career in journalismDrive to build sources, break news and deliver deeply reported storiesStrong interest in issues that affect companies, markets and economiesAbility to generate original, relevant story ideasAmbition to deliver journalism with real impactFluency in written EnglishFluency in a second language beneficial but not compulsoryAn international outlookOther desired skills (not prerequisites)Knowledge or expertise in a relevant field such as banking, financial analysis, accounting, law or computer scienceUp to 3 years of professional journalism experienceProven ability to generate exclusive and agenda-setting storiesExperience in multi-media story-tellingExpertise in data analysis or data-driven journalismUnderstanding of how to use social media to report and find sourcesVisa RequirementsYou must have the legal right to work in Europe to be considered for this programme

Publiceringsdatum
2019-07-03

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Sista dag att ansöka är 2019-07-13
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Thomson Reuters Holdings AB

Kontorsadress
Kungsgatan 15

Jobbnummer
4841824

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