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Job Opening: Business and Innovation Reporter: Education Week (Full Time)

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  • k_dorko
    Education Week, the independent, go to source of news and information on K-12 education, is seeking an enterprising, business-savvy journalist to expand a
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 3, 2013
      Education Week, the independent, "go to" source of news and information on K-12 education, is seeking an enterprising, business-savvy journalist to expand a high-priority line of coverage on the burgeoning "education industry" and rapidly emerging public and private efforts to foster educational innovation. This job offers an entrepreneurially minded reporter-editor the chance to grow professionally while working with Education Week's senior team on primarily digital journalistic and informational products that chronicle, analyze, and aggregate developments in K-12 business and innovation. He/she will be part of a thriving newsroom whose authoritative reporting, in print and on edweek.org, sets the national standard for coverage of precollegiate education.

      Education Week is published by the forward-thinking nonprofit corporation Editorial Projects in Education and offers a congenial workplace in Bethesda, Md., a vibrant suburb just outside Washington, D.C.

      Qualifications: An applicant must be conversant with business, finance, and markets and should have at least three years of related experience as a writer, editor, or analyst in a news or information organization. He/she must be able to track and interpret developments across a range of enterprises, from entrepreneurial startups to major publicly traded companies to initiatives backed by social venture philanthropies. He/she should also have a good grasp of the forces, such as digital technology, that are causing change and driving innovation in the 21st century. He/she must have excellent reporting and writing skills and an enthusiasm for using blogs, social media, and other online and digital tools available to journalists. Experience covering K-12 education or the education industry is not required, but an applicant must be committed to applying his/her knowledge of business and innovation to this vitally important sector of society.

      Salary: Commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package.

      Applications: Send cover letter, resume, and work samples to bizsearch@..., or to Kevin Bushweller, Assistant Managing Editor, Education Week, 6935 Arlington Rd., Bethesda, MD 20814.
      Equal Opportunity Employer
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