Heatmap Is Hiring a Climate Tech Reporter
Come work with us.
The new climate media startup Heatmap News is looking for an ambitious, insightful reporter to lead its coverage of climate tech.
This writer will report to the editor-in-chief and be tasked with reporting on the startups, venture capitalists, and technologies at the bleeding edge of the energy transition.
Candidates should be intrepid, well-sourced reporters with a deep interest in climate tech. They should have a proven ability to go beyond press releases to report about the inner workings of startups, bringing to light in vivid detail the opportunities and challenges faced by companies as they grow.
A background in climate tech coverage is an obvious plus, but candidates with deep experience in technology and business reporting will also be considered.
Candidates should be passionate about Heatmap's mission and absolutely thrilled about building something from the ground up.
The salary minimum is $75,000 and the maximum is $95,000. Competitive benefits, unlimited paid time off, and a generous equity plan, which gives employees a real stake in the company, are also offered. This position is remote. Candidates across the United States will be considered, but extra consideration will be given to those near climate tech hubs in the Bay Area or New York.
Interested candidates should send a brief cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Heatmap News is a new media platform with a team of alums from The Week, The Atlantic, Vox, Grid, and Grist focused on the biggest story of our time: climate change.
Heatmap News is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
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