Tech Reporter, POLITICO Pro

POLITICO
  • Location
    Arlington, Virginia
  • Sector
    Commercial
  • Experience
    Mid Career
  • Posted
    May 04

Position description

Since 2007, POLITICO has been committed to non-partisan journalism. We create products and deliver content of consequence; they have the power to change the course of history by making democracy better through our coverage of politics, policy, and power. As long as those intersect, there will be a need for POLITICO and our stories.

POLITICO Pro is looking for a smart, aggressive reporter to write our Morning Tech newsletter, the centerpiece of our coverage of technology policy and politics. The ideal candidate possesses tech and/or telecommunications policy expertise, a passion for politics, an eye for the business impact of policy decisions and strong writing skills. Experience covering Capitol Hill, the FCC, the FTC or other relevant agencies in Washington is a plus. In addition to helping the newsletter, this reporter will have the opportunity to write daily and breaking news stories as well as broader, conceptual articles.

What you’ll need:

  • A good grasp of technology and telecom policy and/or politics at the professional level
  • Established ability to write clearly and accurately on deadline
  • Proven ability to break news and handle a demanding, fast-moving reporting job

Come help us build the story. We’re united by our shared passion and commitment to non-partisan journalism. We believe in each other’s ambitions and come together to create something meaningful.

We value our people. We offer a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package, including health and wellness benefits, commuter benefits, retirement plans, as well as work-life balance flexibility and opportunities for career development.

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