Broadcast Journalist & Junior Presenter

A full-time journalism job at Dukascopy TV in Riga
Posted 4 January 2017, 7.17am est

Are you looking to kick start your on-screen journalism career?

Dukascopy TV is looking for an enthusiastic journalist and presenter to join its existing team of journalists in Riga, Latvia.

The candidate will front a variety of financial programs, as well as conducting interviews with popular music artists, recording voice-overs and writing scripts.

To be suitable for the role you’ll have a journalism qualification; have English as your native language. Knowledge of finance would be an advantage but a willingness to learn is essential. You’ll have an outgoing personality both on and off screen and feel comfortable liaising and arranging appointments with top finance professionals, reputable CEO's and even designers of exclusive brands.

In return the company offers a great start in the world of presenting and reporting as we give you the opportunity to see a story through from concept to broadcast – experience not always achievable in the UK.

Self starters with an ability to take the initiative will flourish here, although you will be supported in the early stages of this exciting role. The successful candidate will need to have a journalism qualification, excellent interpersonal skills and a track record in contact building, willingness to multi-task and learn new skills, good team player, ability to work from own initiative, ambition to improve all aspects of the TV coverage, strong interpersonal and networking skills and finally an interest in finance.

Launched in 2008, DUKASCOPY TV now broadcasts seven days a week in 8 languages. An official Swiss TV channel as of 2015, viewership of DukascopyTV is increasing rapidly, receiving approximately 40,000 clicks per day. Take a look here: This is a permanent full time position, working on a 5 out of 7 days work pattern. The role is based in Riga, Latvia.

This job closed on 1 February, 2017 so we’re afraid you can no longer apply for this role.
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