WSJ seeks GE/United Technologies reporter
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced reporter to cover General Electric and other major U.S. industrial companies, including United Technologies and Honeywell.
These sprawling conglomerates, which together employ more than 600,000 people and produce everything from jet engines to locomotives to MRI machines, provide a unique perspective on global trade and economies, management and manufacturing, science and technology.
The ideal candidate for this role is an assertive and insightful reporter that is capable of developing sources to break news on
closely watched and complex companies. This person must also think broadly about GE and its peers to conceive and deliver ambitious enterprise stories. This reporter must be able to juggle multiple demands and collaborate with other Journal reporters around the globe.
This is a high-profile beat that is core to our business coverage with opportunities, and expectations, for big scoops and high-impact stories. The position is based in New York.