Your new opportunity at the AFR.
Reporting to the Property Editor, The Australian Financial Review is seeking a Property Reporter with experience and a track record as a news breaker to cover the property market.
Day to day, you will: Report on breaking news across the property sector, commercial and residential, both in the direct market and the listed market. Write news, features, profiles and analysis for online and print Cultivate contacts across the property and corporate sectors Work with and across the various sections of the Financial Review, including its magazines and live events
Enough about us, let's talk about you!
In order to succeed, you will ideally have: Previous experience in a major newsroom Experience in business or property reporting Be a compelling writer who is able to deliver clear, lively news, feature stories and profiles. Have experience in and understanding of financial and economic matters, especially those affecting commercial property and residential real estate, both listed and unlisted Understand how to access data and statistics which explain how property markets are performing Be across the main issues and drivers affecting the performance of property markets Possess a thorough knowledge of the main players in the industry and a wide base of contacts.
What you'll get in return at the AFR. Career development and quality training Up to 16 weeks paid primary carer’s parental leave Discounts on lifestyle, entertainment, and leisure memberships, including health insurance, dental and gym Access to Future Women – a movement to help women connect, learn and lead through unique content and events. Discounts on products and services with corporate partners including Samsung, Apple, JB HI-FI, HP, Hertz Car Hire and TFE Hotels
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion.
At Nine, we are committed to fostering a workforce that embraces all aspects of diversity and inclusion and where practices are equitable to ensure our people experience a sense of belonging. From day one, you'll be encouraged to bring your whole self to work and will be supported to perform at your best. Should you require any adjustments to the recruitment process in order to equitably participate, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application.
We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, and of all ages, nationalities, backgrounds and cultures.