Inverse has an immediate opening for an entry-level part-time position on its editorial team. We are looking for a writer to contextualize & explain the big ideas at the heart of the latest news & studies on transportation, from studies on traffic jams to innovative public transport solutions to electric cars to jaw-dropping automobile design.
We are looking for a journalist who's fascinated by the way things move; one who's motivated to write about it with detail, style, & context, for Inverse's audience of 30 million general-interest readers a month.
The candidate doesn't have to be a hardcore urbanist or car geek, but evidence of familiarity with the topics -- preferably through clips of past work -- is required. This position reports to Inverse senior science editor.
We are looking for someone who wonders how working from home for most of 2020 will permanently reduce the number of days people make long commutes in the future. We're looking for someone to spot the connective tissue between a study about the benefits of spending time outdoors & how automakers are competing to create an SUV that fulfills that need.