Reuters is seeking a seasoned, proactive, creative and dynamic journalist for an assignment as Asia editorial learning editor, based in Singapore. The successful candidate will be passionate about developing and implementing a nimble training program for Asia to forge the diverse editorial team we need to be an indispensible news leader for our various client sets today and tomorrow.
The Asia Learning Editor will design and deliver programs -- from classroom workshops and leadership seminars to online campaigns and on-the-job learning initiatives -- to ensure Reuters journalism achieves the highest standards. The training manager will be a vocal presence within our regions to proactively help anticipate and identify where we face the most pressing talent challenges and suggest creative approaches to addressing them. The successful applicant will maintain a strong connection to the newsfile, and may be asked to keep their hands in the file through stints in bureaus, on teams or on the desk. He/she will challenge the status quo as needed to ensure we make progress in a diverse and inclusive way, to deliver iterative and impactful learning solutions.
He/she will also be an important contact and source of support and follow-up for graduate trainees.
Reporting to the Global Editor, Editorial Learning and Culture, the successful candidate will be a team player and thought partner with a strong track record as a reporter or editor. He/she will be able to use and teach Lynx, Eikon and other key tools our journalists need, and will be eager to expand his/her skills. He or she will have a solid understanding of Reuters clients and strategy, and will actively manage relationships with senior editors and other stakeholders to prioritize learning programs that have an impact on the news file.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter with strong organizational skills and a blend of other talents, from coaching to motivation, project management, presentation skills and a knack for negotiation. Experience in formal or informal training is welcome but not mandatory. The learning editor should show a keen interest in acquiring basic skills of learning design and delivery through self-study and training. The successful applicant will have a track record of acquiring and applying new skills, as needed in evolving work situations.
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