WSJ looking for small biz editor
Kevin Delaney, the managing editor of WSJ.com, sent out the following job posting to the staff on Wednesday:
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an editor to lead a reporting team covering news and issues affecting small business and the sector’s role in the economy, and to manage the online presence for this coverage on WSJ.com and SmartMoney.com.
The editor leads the reporting team, drives and edits coverage, oversees the small business pages on WSJ.com and SmartMoney.com, and works closely with the corporate and special sections desks. The team produces multiple types of articles and multimedia, including basic news, enterprise, analysis, surveys and service-oriented journalism, for print and online. Some writing may also be required of the editor. The multi-faceted nature of this role could make it an attractive opportunity for a very strong editor or reporter looking for deeper digital experience.
The successful candidate will have a vision for increasing our small business readership and creating a compelling web presence. He/she also needs a keen eye for groundbreaking stories and strong management skills.
Please contact Jonathan Krim if you’re interested.