When you work at S&P Global Commodity Insights, the world's leading energy information provider, you get the best of a small company and a Fortune 500 corporation. With more than 900 employees in more than 15 offices spanning five continents, S&P Global Commodity Insights has a highly diverse workforce, a global perspective, and a "business casual" culture. As a subsidiary of S&P Global, S&P Global Commodity Insights offers employees a competitive compensation program, a comprehensive benefits package, and a broad spectrum of professional development opportunities. As an employee of S&P Global Commodity Insights, you are part of an organization with a long-standing legacy of journalistic independence and integrity, and a steadfast commitment to providing the markets with the highest quality, most timely and reliable information.
While S&P Global Commodity Insights employs staff in functions that range from marketing and conference planning to finance and project management, S&P Global Commodity Insights most frequently recruits in the two core areas that drive its business growth: Editorial, which is responsible for generating the content provided to S&P Global Commodity Insights clients, and Sales, which initiates and develops relationships with our broad base of clientele in the energy and metals markets.
S&P Global Commodity Insights Editorial team looks for people who have broad sets of experiences, backgrounds, and approaches. We hire people with experience as reporters, editors and business analysts to work with the global markets. In the United States, we have major news rooms in Houston, New York and Washington, D.C.
Internationally, our largest bureaus are in London and Singapore. Our reporters and analysts write business news stories and related market analysis and work against daily, weekly and real-time deadlines. We need people who are flexible and adaptable to changing conditions, and welcome candidates who are multi-lingual and who have worked, traveled or lived in multiple cultures.