Business and finance journalist (part-time/flexible, remote) – Journalism.co.uk

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HSG, the content company, is hiring a journalist to focus on a new financial publication. 

We are looking for a sharp, quick-witted and deeply ambitious person to bring to life our first daily newsletter, Balance Sheet – making it indispensable to the world's most ambitious CFOs and finance teams.

Content is verticalising, and HSG intends to be in the vanguard of doing this well. It has always been our intention, since our inception two years ago, to build out content that creates the audiences our clients – SaaS, fintech, tech and their investors – want to reach. We are turning these businesses into media companies; it follows that, in doing so, we will be one too.

Balance Sheet will start life as a daily newsletter, launching alongside an industry report, before, as our community grows, we build out further content, a podcast, events and courses.

Spearheading Balance Sheet will mean spending a few hours each day writing this newsletter, with a writing slot late morning, to produce a tier one-grade piece of journalism. 

If this sounds like a good challenge, we would love to hear from you. 

What the role entails 

Working 2-3 hours a day, you will research, plan and write the Balance Sheet newsletter.

Here is the goal: a daily newsletter for CFOs and finance teams that is as useful and informative as it is engaging and fun. Designed to sit alongside publications that these audiences may read today (like the FT and Bloomberg) but with a decidedly more human twist – content that feels like it is written for you, not to you. 

Balance Sheet will go out Monday to Fridays, c 7.30am East Coast Time, focusing on a US audience before the bell, while catching Europe at lunchtime. This will mean collating interesting things across the day and writing late morning. 

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Please send a cover letter and your CV to sophie@hsgadvisory.com.

We are an equal opportunities employer. We look for talent; who you are and how you live your life is simply an added bonus.
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