The Role: The Associate Editor/Editor, Metallurgical Coal & Coke, will be responsible for reporting on the markets for the two key steelmaking ingredients as part of a larger team covering ferrous and nonferrous markets. The market reporter will gather and test price information and obtain an understanding of supply-demand fundamentals from speaking with primary market participants daily. They will also conduct price assessments based on established methodology, contribute to its development, and will write market commentaries, news and in-depth analysis pieces. Based in Singapore, the successful candidate will work most closely with team members there and in India and the UK as part of a global team.
The Impact: The successful candidate will be in a position to shape coverage of markets that underpin industrialization and that are adapting to changing environmental regulations in one of the world's most dynamic growth regions. As the industry evolves toward more sophisticated pricing mechanisms, you will also witness and be reporting at the frontline of these changes.
The Career Opportunity: The candidate will work in an organization with a people-oriented culture and that has a global reach in terms of its coverage and established price assessment methodology. The Metals Pricing team offers exposure to a range of markets like iron ore, steel, ferrous scrap and nonferrous and battery metals, and an in-depth understanding of metallurgical coal and coke. As a market reporter, you will embark on the next steps in becoming an expert and go-to person in the markets you cover.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be responsible for reporting on the Asian metallurgical coal and coke markets daily, generate price assessments, commentaries and news stories, working as part of a team. The person will also actively engage with market participants across the region on methodology and market developments.
The candidate will translate information gathered from the market into written content, and through presentations and other digital media. They will establish and maintain source relationships and take ownership of price reporting and methodology development for their markets, flagging changes to price trends and opportunities internally.
What we're looking for: • Desire to take ownership of a commodity market in informational and source relationship terms • Tenacity to produce daily content in terms of price assessments, market commentaries and news stories • Strong command of written and spoken English; proficiency of other Asian languages a plus • Ability to collaborate with others in a team-oriented, global, multi-cultural environment • Energy, drive and ambition to excel in a fast-paced environment • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills • Critical thinking abilities, strong sense of initiative and attention to detail • Conscientious user of Excel • For the Editor position, a minimum of 3 years of experience metals or commodity markets in a reporting or analytical role
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