The Seattle Times, a family-owned news organization and one of the nation’s premier regional news sources, is looking for an experienced Business Reporter to join our Pulitzer Prize-winning newsroom. This role, while covering general assignments on the business beat, will focus on innovation. From Costco and Microsoft to the $15 minimum wage, from the first Medic One emergency cardiac unit to composite-fiber airliner wings to cloud computing, the Seattle area has long been a hotbed of new thinking. Innovation is key to surviving and prospering in today’s economy – and it’s the essence of business news. As a Reporter, you will focus on innovation in its many forms: small entrepreneurs with a big idea, big companies revamping to stay ahead, trends in the wider economy, and people advocating for changes in the system. We’re looking for someone who can write quick-turn news-of-the-day business stories as well as enterprise pieces with accuracy and flair, and who will become a key player in our daily coverage for online, the Business section and A1.