Researcher/Writer, Feedinfo & Agrimoney
Labège (Toulouse), France

Are you someone with journalism experience or research/information monitoring background who would enjoy finding the latest global news and ensuring your audience knows about it? Do you want to work as part of a close-knit team, breaking key business stories for a technically-focused audience?

We are recruiting a researcher/writer to work across our two global websites – Feedinfo (animal nutrition industry news) and Agrimoney (soft commodities news). The two platforms are subscription news and information services, with deeply engaged global audiences who appreciate the depth and range of content we provide. This is an English-writing, English-speaking role.

You will be part of the team in our office near Toulouse.
– As a researcher you will be responsible for updating the websites with relevant news content, producing our daily emails for Feedinfo, as well as taking a key role in monitoring current information sources and researching future content.
– As a writer, you will write short news stories as well as full feature interviews for Feedinfo as well as contribute content to Agrimoney on a daily basis.

You will be highly organised, with a meticulous eye for detail, and able to ensure our subscribers gain maximum value from our products – which often requires writing tailored articles based on the information found.

Our editorial team has a reputation for producing high quality content which our readers depend upon, whether pricing reports, market moving news or in-depth analysis. You will be keen to work as part of the team, and able to put your resourcefulness to work.

Feedinfo and Agrimoney are part of AgriBriefing, a fast-growing global agribusiness media and information company. It operates across the entire agricultural value chain, from inputs through to farming to outputs, manufacturing, trade, commodities and more. Delivering premium news, analysis, data, pricing, insight and more via a range of magazines, websites, conferences and events, this role is a chance to join a team which places users at the centre of everything we do.

The role will require occasional travelling.
Salary: Depending on experience
39 hours per week

If you would like to apply for the role, please send an English covering letter and your CV (English version) to Simon Duke, Editor-in-Chief, Feedinfo –

Please use ‘Researcher/Writer – Toulouse’ in the email’s title field.

Applications close on April 17, 2020.

N.B. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation and the subsequent travelling restrictions, it is very likely that the first round of interviews for short-listed candidates will be conducted via videoconference calls.