National Mortgage News is seeking a digital journalist to join its award-winning editorial team.
NMN is the definitive resource for analysis and perspective on all facets of the real estate finance industry, including depositories, nonbank lenders and servicers, brokerage firms, vendors and regulators.
From covering breaking events and writing enterprise features to creating data-driven graphics and engaging our audience on social media, our journalists do it all.
Candidates must be comfortable interacting with executives, regulators and elected officials and must demonstrate ability to cultivate sources, report and break news on tight deadlines, and generate story ideas. This is a great opportunity for an ambitious journalist to make an immediate, high-value impact on a digital-first publication.
Responsibilities will include a combination of the following:
Prior mortgage or real estate industry experience is helpful, but not required. However, the successful candidate must have an affinity for financial journalism, be an analytical thinker and possess a supreme attention to detail.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision coverage; disability and life insurance; paid time off; a 401(k) plan; a pre-tax transportation payment program; and subsidized health club membership.
For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume and three writing samples.
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