We need a reporter to bring brio to our coverage of offshore energy and oil and gas drilling on public lands. We’re looking for someone who can efficiently handle daily stories, while juggling enterprise reporting and feature writing.
You’ll go where the action is - be it in the halls of Congress, in the bowels of the Interior Department, or wherever our generous travel budget takes you. While the position broadly calls for covering the regulatory landscape for energy production on federal on- and offshore tracts, you might find yourself on a rig in the Gulf of Mexico or trekking into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Your beat will include Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, and the politics and personalities behind the agencies.
Prior Washington experience is not necessary, but a thirst for scoops and excellent news judgement is. Experience with the subject matter or covering federal regulations wouldn’t hurt. An ability to avoid spin, carefully digest difficult materials and identify the big picture is a must. You’ll thrive if you’re the sort of reporter that keeps a long story list (and follows through on it) but is always willing to pitch in and help fellow members of our natural resources team.
To apply, email your cover letter, resume and three clips to email@example.com.
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|Company:||Environment & Energy Publishing|
|Party Affiliation:||Non Partisan|
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