S&P Global Senior Insurance Reporter in Arlington, Virginia
Senior Insurance Reporter
Join a dynamic global team in a rapidly growing newsroom. Work with colleagues across the U.S., London and Hong Kong covering developments in U.S. insurance.
Readers turn to us for deep insight on the market. You will be writing for a global audience to craft the insurance beat through spot reporting, data-driven journalism and on-the-ground interviews.
Develop sources across the industry:*
executives, regulators, policymakers
Help craft and drive our insurance coverage
Collaborate with a team of reporters and editors based in London, Hong Kong and the U.S.
Access to our unmatched data and team of subject matter experts
Great opportunities for career advancement
Leadership and mentorship opportunities
Spot coverage of breaking news
Write longer-form investigative and data-driven stories
Regular brainstorming and collaboration with team members around the globe
Build our insurance brand through a weekly feature and an active social media presence
Cover events and hearings on Capitol Hill
Travel for conference coverage (approximately 4 events per year)
Mentor more junior team members
Insurance industry expertise
10 years experience in journalism
Strong writing skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
We re seeking a confident reporter with sharp news judgement, a deep knowledge of the sector and impeccable sourcing. Flexibility, someone who can break down the implications of the covered agreement on both sides of the Atlantic one day, and then pivot to writing about the Aetna-CVS deal the next is essential in this role. We want a phenomenal storyteller, who can explain to a global market how complex insurance trends fit into the bigger picture.
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