Washington Post seeks a Sunday business editor
The Washington Post is looking for an editor to oversee our Sunday Business section with a view toward expanding its appeal to our growing national audience.
Sunday Business is a premiere platform for surprising, in-depth storytelling on topics such as business, economics, technology, markets, personal finance and more. It features a wide range of story forms, including news-driven enterprise, columns, narratives and profiles.
We are seeking candidates with strong editing skills and a vision for how to use such stories to deliver agenda-setting coverage. It is critical that this editor can conceive and identify stories that will deeply engage our digital audience, while also fulfilling the potential of a weekly print section. Because Sunday Business offers opportunities to make a mark with photography, graphics and illustrations, the editor must be comfortable working with departments across the newsroom.
The Sunday Business editor will manage several reporters and work with our award-winning columnists. The editor will also have the opportunity to work with reporters across our section and newsroom, as well as freelancers.
This position is based in Washington, D.C., and is not eligible for remote work.
Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to David Cho (David.Cho@washpost.com), Zachary Goldfarb (Zachary.Goldfarb@washpost.com) or Tracy Grant (Tracy.Grant@washpost.com) by June 28.