Posted Jul 25, 2012 - Requisition No. 34000
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Bloomberg News seeks an experienced reporter for its Australian office to break news on Australia's resources industry as part of the Asia Commodities Industries Team. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to break news on commodities companies, have written in-depth features on the subject, and should be self-starters who can perform to the highest standards without close supervision. Candidates should be able to write quickly and concisely under tight deadline pressure and be enthusiastic about working in a team environment. A minimum of three to five years of business journalism experience is preferred. The person in this role must be fluent in English. All candidates should attach clips showing commodities-related subject matter if possible.