POLITICO Politics Reporter in Arlington, Virginia
POLITICO is seeking an ambitious reporter and writer. We’re looking for an entrepreneurial journalist who knows, loves and can explain politics and lives to break original news. The reporter will work closely with POLITICO’s team of politics and policy journalists and contribute to our broader coverage — including feature stories about the people, places and institutions driving the conversation about American politics.
What you’ll do:
Write fast and analytically with flair and style
Demonstrate the core journalistic values of integrity and compassion
Produce a smart, savvy blend of scoops, analysis and smart aggregation
Work as part of a team and collaborate on beat coverage and in-depth pieces
What you'll need:
Familiarity with politics and campaigns
A track record of clean, clear, authoritative writing
Ability to break news and work on deadline while also pursuing enterprise stories
Collaborative spirit to work as part of a team
We are driven by our values. We are relentless contributors, disruptors, collaborators, and talent cultivators. Our culture is defined by grit, total integrity, and a prioritization on innovation.
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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