The Team: S&P Global Commodity Insights is seeking an enterprising reporter to cover the North American power and electric utility sector.
The successful candidate will balance beat reporting and enterprise features to capture how power and utility companies are responding to the demands for a low-carbon energy system. As a reporter on this team, you'll dive deep into the capital spending plans, mergers and acquisitions, renewable energy projects, transmission, batteries, electric vehicle charging infrastructure and other power plant investments reshaping the grid, with an eye toward the financial incentives shaping this transition. Your reporting will also require an understanding of public policy and politics as they affect the sector.
The Impact: Your focus on the businesses undertaking the energy transition will produce critical insights on many of the defining questions in the coming decades.
What's in it for you: Become a leading expert on an increasingly critical sector of the economy, gaining an understanding of energy transition progress at a granular level.
Develop a robust network of industry and professional contacts.
Leverage S&P Global's vast financial and industry data, which you can use to enhance your reporting and add deep context to your stories.
Contribute to podcasts, webinars and other media channels.
Join a news organization offering significant growth and career options.
Enjoy a casual working environment with generous paid leave.
Write clear, concise and engaging stories that inform and engage our influential readership of financial and energy industry professionals in the global business community.
Use data, analysis and visual elements to support your reporting and give your stories greater impact.
Expand our energy news coverage and build readership throughout the industry.
Help drive our coverage of the electric utility sector, identifying emerging trends and financial developments within regulated and competitive markets.
Cover hearings, speeches and conferences.
Interview executives, policymakers and other key stakeholders.
What we're looking for:
Professional journalism experience
Strong writing and reporting skills, coupled with excellent news judgment
Demonstrated ability to develop and execute story ideas
Knowledge of and interest in the power and electric utility sector
Business reporting experience
Experience reporting with data and developing visual graphics
Prior participation on podcasts or other media
Grade/Level ( relevant for internal applicants only ): 8
The Location: Charlottesville, Va. Compensation/Benefits Information (US Applicants Only): S&P Global states that the anticipated base salary range for this position is $ 44,500 to 77,800 . Base salary ranges may vary by geographic location. In addition to base compensation, this role is eligible for an annual incentive plan. This role is eligible to receive additional S&P Global benefits. For more information on the benefits we provide to our employees, visit https://www.spgbenefitessentials.com/newhires .
About Company Statement: S&P Global delivers essential intelligence that powers decision making. We provide the world's leading organizations with the right data, connected technologies and expertise they need to move ahead. As part of our team, you'll help solve complex challenges that equip businesses, governments and individuals with the knowledge to adapt to a changing economic landscape.
S&P Global Commodity Insights enables organizations to create long-term, sustainable value with data and insights for a complete view on the global energy and commodities markets.
Equal Opportunity Employer S&P Global is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military veteran status, unemployment status, or any other status protected by law. Only electronic job submissions will be considered for employment.
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