The Daily Mail is recruiting a Personal Finance Correspondent to work across its Money Mail and News departments.
Applicants should have a background in breaking hard-hitting news stories, preferably at a national level, and must show a flair for both investigative journalism and producing in-depth features packed with colour.
You must be highly motivated, with a sharp news sense and a head for figures. While financial know-how is a benefit, it is not a necessity.
As well as writing for Money Mail, the award-winning personal finance section of the Mail, your role will involve contributing to the paper’s daily news coverage. You will be expected to come up with front-page splashes on a regular basis and talk to our readers to bring their stories to life.
Please send a CV with a short covering letter to Money Mail Editor Dan Hyde
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