Science|Business, a Brussels-based media company focused on R&D policy and investment, is expanding its news team with the addition of a new journalist to help with our daily coverage of Horizon Europe and EU research and innovation policy.
This full-time position is for an enthusiastic journalist with some experience covering EU policy. The ideal candidate would have a good nose for news, an interest in science and/or technology and some experience with covering EU affairs.
The successful candidate would join a team of journalists who are writing incisive news stories and analysis on Horizon Europe and other EU programmes for research and innovation, science policy, academic freedom, and international scientific cooperation.
- Write analytical articles on European research and innovation policy
- Conduct research on EU documents and data
- Interview with policymakers and thought leaders in research and innovation
- Contribute to our Horizon blog
- Help write Science|Business policy reports
- At least 1 year of relevant news and/or digital media experience, including some science and/or technology coverage.
- Native or near-native English writing and speaking skills
- Knowledge of French or German is a plus
- Salary commensurate with experience.
This position is for journalists who are either based in Brussels or are willing to move there. Our office is located in the EU quarter, very close to the European Parliament and other EU institutions.
Please send CV and sample clips to [email protected] by 8 December 2023, indicating in the subject line that you are seeking the EU News Reporter job.
Science Business Publishing Ltd. is a UK and Belgian media and communications company specialised in the European innovation community. The company was founded in 2004 by leading science and technology journalists in Europe to facilitate cross-border and cross-sector R&D activities, and has developed a unique reputation among European research institutes, universities, technology companies, EU institutions, and government agencies. Its online news service of EU innovation policy has 25,000 subscribers, and it organises more than 30 events a year on various R&D policy topics.
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