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This is a rare opportunity to join a small, dedicated team reporting and analysing one of the most important and exciting industrial transitions in the world, and society’s response to it.
Since its launch in early 2012, RenewEconomy has emerged as Australia’s best informed and most read web-site focusing on clean energy news and analysis, as well as climate policy.
It is read widely among the industry and policy-makers, and others with a strong interest in the transition to a low carbon economy.
Across its stable of web-sites, including the new and fast-growing EV-focused The Driven, and One Step Off The Grid, annual page views are running at more than 20 million and a monthly audience of more than half a million unique visitors.
We are looking to employ an experienced journalist who can write stories for all three of our websites, as well as provide information for our series of podcasts, webinars and soon to be launched videos.
Working closely with the Editor and the rest of the team, you’ll report on the latest developments in renewable energy, and the energy transition. This will include renewable, storage and EV technologies, and policies.
You’ll be comfortable breaking stories, providing analysis and context, while representing the subtleties of complex information in a clear and engaging way. With a strong grounding in getting it right, you’ll be meticulous about accuracy and fact-checking.
Location: RenewEconomy, One Step of the Grid and The Driven is a virtual office with staff in Sydney, Melbourne, and the Northern Rivers region of NSW.
Reporting to: The Editor
Duration: This is a 10-month full-time contract, subject to a 3-month review period.
Salary: Competitive; dependent on skills and experience.