What you'll do:
· Produce original long and short-term investigations tied mostly to business news, primarily for broadcast, including research, conducting interviews, writing scripts, field producing and overseeing editing.
· Investigate leads from sources, tips and other contacts.
· Collaborate with CNBC correspondents and producers on a regular basis to produce stories on specific beats.
· Deep-dive research and writing articles to accompany broadcast pieces on cnbc.com.
What we’ll offer:
At CNBC Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, you’ll have access to great perks and amenities:
Sweat it out -- Free onsite fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, basketball court and running course, plus daily group classes
Eat up -- Gourmet cafeteria with daily specials plus soup and salad bars
Unwind -- Massage therapy, ping pong tables, foosball
Extras -- Dry cleaning, shoe shining and sneak peeks
Don’t have a car? No problem! We offer free shuttle transportation to and from multiple locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Hoboken and Jersey City
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What you'll bring:
• Five years’ experience producing investigative reports for broadcast and writing investigative pieces for digital.
• Experience dealing with public records, FOIA requests, court documents, databases, SEC filings and other business-related records.
• Ability to produce/write on deadline and juggle multiple complex projects.
• Well-sourced in a variety of business-related fields with the ability to develop a wide range of sources around the country.
• Must have a bachelor’s degree
• Willing and able to work flexible hours, under tight deadline pressure, including breaking news. Schedules will rotate, but must be able to work all shifts, including weekends and overnights. Must be able to work additional hours beyond scheduled shift with little or no notice if needed.
Additional Job Requirements
Must submit an attestation disclosing your COVID-19 vaccination status and, if partially or fully vaccinated, submitting your vaccination record no later than 7 days following commencement of employment.
Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at the commencement of employment or must undergo regular COVID-19 testing if Company determines your job position requires accessing an NBCUniversal worksite.
Must be willing to adhere to all Company COVID-19 workplace safety policies and protocols
You'll stand out if:
• You can hit the ground running and constantly come up with strong leads.
• Well-versed in the legal and standards review process for investigative stories.
• Strong track record in producing impactful investigations.
• Expertise in public records at the state and national level.
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments.
• Experience producing for a network or cable operation.
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