Dow Jones, Research Editor - Special Interest Persons (Barcelona)
The role of the Research Editor, Special Interest People (SIP) is to research, compile and update for Dow Jones Risk and Compliance accurate and complete profiles of individuals who meet specific coverage criteria.
The team updates and maintains the Special Interest global database of individuals who are alleged to have committed offences above a specific financial threshold in particular crime categories.
The Research Editor is responsible for monitoring relevant news from a portfolio of countries in order to identify individuals who meet the Special Interest criteria.
News monitoring is carried out through Factiva, the group's main research tool, although other electronic and non-electronic published sources may be consulted in order to obtain biographical data.
Within the profile, the Research Editor must accurately summarise in fluent English events relating to the individual and the reported allegations. The Research Editor must also monitor news for updates relating to the individuals covered to ensure the profiles are kept up to date.
In extracting data from Factiva sources, the editor must adhere to a set of coverage guidelines.
Depending on their skills and expertise the Research Editor may be required to compile Due Diligence (DD) reports on companies and/or individuals or contribute to other projects relating to the research and analysis of information relating to individuals.
Excellent research skills and attention to detail are required.
- Researching and identifying key data for individuals meeting the coverage criteria
- Ensuring that profiles are well-written, unbiased, complete, accurate and up-to-date
- Ensuring they meet coverage targets ensuring no backlog of data builds up
- Ensure updates are added in a timely fashion to profiles
- Ensuring that queries are handled correctly and in a timely fashion
- Suggesting improvements to the processes, tools and data relating to the identification and creation of the profiles
- Assisting with the compilation and distribution of key metrics and regular reports relating to profile data
- Native level English and fluency in additional language is essential
- Education to a degree level
- Excellent research and analytical skills
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word and Excel
- Ability to use online tools to identify and extract key information
- Attention to detail
- A fast, efficient and quality-focused work ethic
- Adaptability and willingness to learn new skills
- Good organisational skills. The candidate must be able to track and prioritise tasks
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
- Ability to work to deadlines
- Ability to work as part of a team
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