The Los Angeles Times seeks a technology reporter to closely cover the industry, its leading companies and its impact on society.
This journalist will report on Silicon Valley tech giants, breaking news on Southern California’s biggest firms, including Snap Inc., Dollar Shave Club and Ring, and help readers discover emerging start-ups. She or he will approach the beat with curiosity and skepticism, questioning business models, interrogating industry trends and finding angles where others wouldn’t think to look.
Candidates should have business reporting experience, technology industry sourcing, a familiarity with and interest in tech companies and products, a track record of scoops and
unique angles, and a desire to tell stories in different forms. This role requires a mix of daily beat coverage, quick-turn enterprise and more expansive project reporting. The position is based in Los Angeles.
This is a Los Angeles Times Guild position.
Interested candidates should email clips and a resume to technology editor Ben Muessig at firstname.lastname@example.org.