Investiga noticias de ciencia y naturaleza para la revista Newsweek en Irlanda/Remoto ~

8 de julio de 2024

Investiga noticias de ciencia y naturaleza para la revista Newsweek en Irlanda/Remoto


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Newsweek is the global media organization that has earned audience time and trust for more than 90 years. Newsweek reaches 100 million people each month with thought-provoking news, opinion, images, graphics, and video delivered across a dozen print and digital platforms. Headquartered in New York City, Newsweek also publishes international editions in EMEA and Asia.

Newsweek is seeking a full-time Nature Reporter to join our UK team.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a detailed understanding of the intersections between current affairs events and science news, with a keen focus on nature, the environment and animals. They will demonstrate knowledge of emerging science, methodologies, and breakthroughs. They will have a skillful approach to writing engaging stories for an American audience.

Topics expected to be covered include but are not limited to: Extreme weather events and natural disasters, water supply and quality concerns (e.g. Lake Mead water level and PFAS pollutants), emergent diseases (H5N1), pollution, biodiversity, conservation and ecosystems, energy production, animal behaviour, human-animal interactions and the relationship between built and natural environment.

Additionally, the Nature Reporter should be able to tackle a broad range of general popular science topics, including current affairs, health, space, physics, biology, paleontology, archeaology and trending topics.

The Nature Reporter will be able to research, source, pitch, and write several stories each day, including breaking news, original news and features, interviews, and exclusives. They will obtain source and expert comments, and use authoritative primary sources. They will produce vibrant, concise and clean copy to deadline.

The successful candidate will have experience in a reporting role at a reputable organization. They will have a strong understanding of digital journalism and the needs of a fast-paced newsroom. They will have a skillful approach to writing engaging stories. They will be adept at monitoring social media, Google Trends and other news-gathering tools to find and identify stories and topics of interest to a U.S. audience.

The candidate will be responsible for ensuring high-quality coverage that is accurate, fair, and conforms to accepted standards of journalism.

Place of Work: Our office is based in London but you will have the ability to work from home anywhere in the Republic of Ireland.

Key Responsibilities


Newsweek is an equal opportunity employer. We seek employees of diverse backgrounds and are committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and respectful workplace.

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