Singapore’s leading daily The Straits Times is looking for correspondents who have a keen interest and deep knowledge in the technology domain.
Stay updated with all verticals of tech and tech-lifestyle.
Cover events, conduct interviews, scour for leads and report news.
Engage readers and community across our various social channels. Reported works should take into consideration the subtle points of journalism as well as consider all the pros and cons of a topic for an unbiased view that readers/viewers can rely upon.
Utilize best practices for SEO content optimization and search trends to target your audience.
Manage and build relations with tech companies and newspapers in the industry.
You have at least 5 years experience, ideally within Journalism / News and a passion for tech writing and hosting.
You have excellent writing skills in English in order to be able to cover our business requirements in English markets.
You are a good multitasker who can work within tight deadlines.
You pay strong attention to detail and deliver work that is of a high standard
You possess strong analytical skills and familiarity to assess problems encountered while testing/reviewing products.
You are a self-starter and demonstrate a high level of resilience
You understand and decipher related tech jargon to educate our audience as well as account for findings through the course of reviewing products.
You possess basic photography, photo & video editing skills.
You have prior experience in a relevant industry or field is preferred
Interested? Please write in with your resume and editorial portfolio and links to the video contents if applicable.
Incorporated in 1984, main board-listed Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) is Asia's leading
media organisation, engaging minds and enriching lives across multiple languages and
SPH's core business is in the publishing of newspapers, magazines and books in both print and
digital editions. It also owns other digital products, online classifieds, radio stations and outdoor
On the property front, SPH owns approximately 65% in SPH REIT whose portfolio comprises
three properties in Singapore, namely Paragon, The Clementi Mall and The Rail Mall. In
Australia, SPH REIT holds an 85% stake in Figtree Grove Shopping Centre and a 50% stake in
Westfield Marion Shopping Centre.
SPH also owns and operates The Seletar Mall and is developing an integrated development
consisting of The Woodleigh Residences and The Woodleigh Mall. It is also an owner, manager
and developer of a portfolio of Purpose-Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) in the United
Kingdom and Germany. It currently operates two distinctive brands, Student Castle and Capitol
It is in the aged care sector in Singapore and Japan, and owns Orange Valley, one of
Singapore's largest private nursing homes.
SPH runs a regional events arm. It also invested in the education business.
For more information, please visit www.sph.com.sg.
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