The international news wire Agence France-Presse is looking for an enterprising Anglophone correspondent to join its team in Beijing, covering a wide range of issues in China for a huge global audience.
The role includes covering daily breaking news and writing longer, more in-depth analyses and features, involving some travel around China. The bureau also covers Mongolia.
This is an opportunity for a journalist who wants to develop his or her own story ideas and play a significant part in reporting developments in Chinese politics, sports, society, economics and culture for a major news agency.
AFP is looking for a native English speaker with the ability to speak and read Chinese.
The ideal candidate must have strong knowledge of China and have shown an ability to develop sources, break news and produce original stories. Compensation package commensurate with abilities and experience.
Please apply with CV and cuttings to Asia Regional Director Philippe Massonnet at email@example.com, Chief Asia Editor Giles Hewitt at firstname.lastname@example.org, Beijing Bureau Chief Patrick Baert at email@example.com and Deputy Bureau Chief Laurent Thomet at firstname.lastname@example.org
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