Pensions & Investments, the international newspaper of money management, is seeking a data visualization editor who is adept at analysis and visualization. As part of this role, the data editor will serve as a resource for the editorial staff, identifying and compiling relevant third-party research and other sources. In addition to supporting the editorial staff, the data editor will work independently to create original content for P&I print and pionline.com., utilizing sources including a Bloomberg terminal.
Experience with researching and compiling financial and investment data
Experience creating compelling charts and graphics for print and digital platforms, including interactive charts
Experience with spreadsheets, regulatory filings, public company earnings and financial reports
Ability to identify, pursue and create topical data stories and graphics
Effective command of the English language
Ability to work under tight, overlapping deadlines
Willingness to travel, as necessary
Understanding of the institutional investment industry
Interest and understanding of journalism
Experience working with Bloomberg terminal
This position is exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not eligible for overtime pay.
Every other Monday,Pensions & Investmentsdelivers critical financial news to executives responsible for the investment of large institutional assets such as pension funds, endowments and foundations. It reaches top corporate executives and government leaders, pension fund managers, investment advisers, consultants, and financial institutions. It is the world's leading newspaper for institutional investing.
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