Science reporter

ClimateWire is seeking an enterprising science reporter to join our team. The reporter will lead our most high-profile beat, covering the science of climate change. The right candidate will have a passion for and curiosity about everything from ice core records to extreme weather attribution. He or she should be able to write sharp and fast on deadline, explain complex research in clear, compelling language, connect the dots between science, policy and politics and do smart, boots-on-the-ground reporting to bring issues like sea level rise and glacier melt to life. We’re looking for a natural storyteller who can write big-picture pieces that are compelling to energy professionals and everyday readers alike – all while going toe-to-toe with the big national papers.

A science or energy reporting background is preferred. A strong journalism background, sound news judgement and the ability to work closely with other reporters is a must. Pay is commensurate with experience, with comprehensive benefits.

ClimateWire is one of Environment and Energy Publishing’s five daily news sites. With a combined staff of more than 75 reporters and editors, Greenwire, EnergyWire, ClimateWire, E&E Daily and E&ENews PM provide essential news on energy and the environment.

Please send your resume, cover letter and 3-5 clips to Deputy Editor Evan Lehmann at elehmann@eenews.net.

Natural resources reporter

Greenwire is looking for a savvy reporter to cover a broad range of natural resources issues. The reporter will dig into resource agencies, explore the conflict between conservation and development and track public lands fights.

The ideal candidate is a D.C.-based reporter who can write sharp and fast on deadline, connect the dots between policy and politics and shape big-picture pieces that are compelling to professionals and everyday readers alike. Experience covering Capitol Hill and the appropriations process is a plus. Salary is negotiable, with comprehensive benefits.

Greenwire is one of Environment and Energy Publishing’s five daily news sites. With a combined staff of more than 75 reporters and editors, Greenwire, EnergyWire, ClimateWire, E&E Daily and E&ENews PM provide essential news on energy and the environment.

Please email cover letter, resume and up to five clips to Natural Resources Editor Noelle Straub at nstraub@eenews.net.

Paid reporting internship

Greenwire is looking for reporting interns. We dive deep on energy and environmental issues, covering the ins and outs of politics, science, policy and business. We develop insightful, original stories readers won't find anywhere else. Our interns spend the bulk of their time reporting and writing.

We're looking for enterprising reporters with an interest in our issues. These internships are ideal positions for reporters with a year or two of experience or outstanding recent graduates. Our fun, casual office is located steps from the Capitol in Washington, D.C. And we pay! Internships run for six months.

Greenwire is one of Environment and Energy Publishing’s five daily news sites. With a combined staff of more than 75 reporters and editors, Greenwire, EnergyWire, ClimateWire, E&E Daily and E&ENews PM provide essential news on energy and the environment.

To apply, send a cover letter, resume and your three best clips to khowell@eenews.net.

Business development specialist

The Business Development Specialist is responsible for identifying and preparing targets for new business generation. Seeking someone who can grow to understand the broader market and develop sources and systems that deliver qualified leads on an on-going basis. Researching, inputting, updating and tracking new/potential leads are the base functions of the work. Will include both managing incoming trial requests and initiating new leads through research efforts. Database management is a large function of the work.

Time management, a strong initiative to follow through on research activity and the ability to make and foster connections is a must. This work demands customer interaction via phone and email. Frequent internal communication amongst managers and team members, multi-tasking abilities to maintain a constant flow of work and an understanding of E&E’s products, business and strategy are essential.

Expectations

  • Demonstrate a positive attitude and respect for everyone on the team;
  • Demonstrate a respectable level of thought, insight/analysis, attention to detail, and initiative in daily work;
  • Show initiative in tracking and following broader trends in energy and environmental markets;
  • Managing the incoming Requested Trial signups, including:
    • creating new accounts and identifying level of opportunity within an organization;
    • check for missing information (company intelligence, relationship and key notes, website information) for accounts already in system; and
    • track users who have left an organization and obtaining replacements for those key positions (i.e.: Government Relations staff, Director of Environmental Affairs, Head of Energy Practice, etc.);
  • Identify possible opportunities in an account:
    • notifying the proper sales agent when usage or other indicators point toward potential sale;
    • utilizing various electronic resources (Leadership Directories, Legistorm, et al) to supplement information provided on signup forms ; and
    • recognizing opportunities to game plan an account for growth (i.e. identifying additional business groups for pursuit or key contacts to be added)
  • Communicate appropriately, professionally, and effectively:
    • utilizing crafted and vetted stationary and language provided by Sales Team
    • calling to tour clients on our website, educating them about the benefits of each service, and conveying the extent of our presence, strengths, and coverage in the market
  • Support fellow Business Development Team members and sales agents as appropriate; and
  • Understanding of Congressional calendar and a grasp of organization of federal agencies/corporate hierarchies a plus.

Interested? Email your resume and cover letter to Andrew Benzer, New Business Team Manager, at abenzer@eenews.net.

 

Interested in being a reporter for E&E?

E&E is always looking for top editorial talent. If you are a superior reporter and writer -- and you want to cover one of the most interesting policy areas on Earth -- we'd love to hear from you. E&E is not looking for bloggers or advocates. We want serious journalists who are politically savvy, write compelling copy and can't stand being beaten when pursuing a story.

 

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