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Price Reporter

£30000 - £32000 per annum

The Role:

  • Working in a global pricing team to research, identify, report and publish accurate pricing data and in the metals industry
  • Support colleagues on prices to provide consistency aswell as peer reviewing prices to verify that they are the most accurate in the market.
  • Write market commentaries, breaking news and key leadership pieces to grow the readership and increase subscriptions to the content
  • Build relationships with industry contacts i.e traders, producers, consumers and brokers face to face, over the phone and via content created to provide transparent information and data about prices
  • Support the Editor in reviewing and managing the identification of new price launch opportunities

The Person

  • Will have strong written and spoken English language and will ideally have another language but this is not essential
  • Will have some experience in writing content for finance or business, and be passionate about moving into financial journalism and commodities reporting
  • Will have strong networking and relationship building skills with the confidence to speak with traders and brokers every day on the phone or at events
  • Be comfortable working in a high pressure, high urgency environment to create accurate, timely content aimed at growing the reputation of the PRA and therefore the subscriptions
  • A strong ability to understand and process data and numbers and be able to turn this into relevant, accurate content reflective of the market at that very moment

If this fantastic opportunity sounds like it could be for you, then click apply now to learn more!

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