WSJ seeks a reporter in Moscow
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced and enterprising journalist based in Moscow to cover business and economics, from central-bank policy to features and profiles that tell the story of how business in Russia is really done. Delving deeply into the economic underpinnings of Russian power will be key to mastering this beat.
We’re looking for a motivated reporter with solid beat-reporting skills, an eye for a good story, and a competitive drive. You should be able to write major stories with flair, and have experience writing quick, clean copy on breaking news, as well as more complex and ambitious features. Experience breaking news on business and economics topics and Russian language skills are a major advantage.
You will be based in Moscow and report to our Russia bureau chief. To apply, please submit a CV, cover letter and five clips.
To apply, go here.