Editorial Trainee - Reuters

EditorUnspecified05/10/2015ReutersNew York City, New York, United StatesData Skills- A clear commitment to a career in journalism; The drive to build sources, break news and deliver deeply reported stories; - A strong interest in issues that affect companies, markets and economies; - An ability to generate original, relevant story ideas; - Fluency in written English; - Proficiency with data ; - An international outlook | Other desired skills and experience: - Knowledge in a relevant field such as banking, financial analysis, accounting, law or computer science; - Up to 3 years of professional journalism experience; - A proven ability to generate exclusive and agenda setting stories; - Experience in multimedia storytelling; - Fluency in another language – such as Arabic, Mandarin or Russian; - Skills in investigative reporting; - Expertise in data analysis or data-driven journalismJoin a global news brand & fast track your journalism career! Whether you are an early-career reporter or a professional looking to switch roles, the Reuters Journalism Program offers the opportunity to fine-tune your skills across a variety of subject areas and media. Reuters Americas offers nine months of intensive training and reporting assignments to early-career journalists ready to take their career to the next level. Placements available in major North America bureaus including New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago and Toronto. Some participants have moved on to full-time assignments with Reuters. Reuters is the largest independent international news agency in the world. Founded over 160 years ago, Reuters provides society with the news it needs to be free, prosperous and informed. Each day our 2,600 journalists in nearly 200 locations around the globe deliver unparalleled international and national news coverage with speed, impartiality and insight. Each day, Reuters News is read and seen by more than 1 billion people worldwide through multiple platforms. Reuters stays true to the letter and spirit of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles, ensuring independence, integrity and freedom from bias.Applyhttp://www.reuters.com/No