Quick take: Axios is a growth-stage startup dedicated to providing trustworthy, award-winning news content in an audience-first format. We are hiring reporters to help launch a paid subscription news product to expand our Pro Rata coverage of deals and dealmakers — including a vertical focused on climate and energy technology deals.

Why it matters: In just three years, Axios has built a newsroom of more than 110 talented journalists committed to providing our readers the most trustworthy information in the most efficient way possible. The Climate Tech Deals Reporter will work with a partner to write a daily deals newsletter as part of a brand new editorial business for Axios with a sharp eye on scoops and big picture trend stories — this coverage will zero in on the trillions of dollars pouring into new and existing companies focused on combating climate change and the future of energy generation.

Go deeper: In this role, you will make an impact to Axios through the following responsibilities:

  • Launch THE daily, must-read newsletter for climate tech and energy dealmakers
  • Land definitional scoops and illuminate the biggest industry trends
  • Work with the Axios business team and the broader Axios newsroom to elevate all of our coverage on climate and energy technology
  • Cover deals, deal trends and industry trends of all businesses that are primarily focused on fighting climate change and the energy transition

The details: Ideal candidates will embody an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for Axios’ mission and have the following skills:

  • A commitment to building and nurturing a diverse and inclusive environment 
  • A belief in Smart Brevity as the core writing style of Axios
  • Reporting experience in a fast-paced news environment
  • Demonstrated experience landing big scoops and conceptualizing big ideas
  • Strong writing skills for online and newsletters 
  • Experience working across teams to produce quality content
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

Don’t forget: 

  • Competitive salary
  • Health insurance (100% paid for individuals, 75% for families)
  • Primary caregiver 12-week paid leave
  • 401K
  • Generous vacation policy, plus company holidays
  • Company equity
  • Commuter and cell phone benefit
  • A commitment to an open, inclusive, and diverse work culture
  • Annual learning and development stipend

Additional pandemic-related benefits:

  • One mental health day per quarter
  • $100 monthly work-from-home stipend
  • Tele-mental health services 
  • OneMedical membership, including tele-health services 
  • Increased work flexibility for parents and caretakers 
  • Access to the Axios “Family Fund”, which was created to allow employees to request financial support when facing financial hardship or emergencies 
  • Virtual company-sponsored social events

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