WSJ seeks a South Asia bureau chief
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an energetic, experienced and ambitious journalist to lead its coverage of South Asia.
The job has a broad remit across a wide and populous swath of the globe, stretching from Sri Lanka and the Maldives through India to Pakistan and Afghanistan, along with Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan.
Nearly a quarter of the world’s people live in South Asia, an incredibly diverse region with stories that range from the challenges of economic development and the rapid pace of technological change to intense geopolitical rivalries.
We are looking for a skilled writer and reporter who will lead from the front, covering major stories while also guiding a team of talented reporters. A high news metabolism and sound judgment are essential, as is experience producing in-depth enterprise work.
We are looking for a chief with a global view and the ability to coordinate and inspire coverage of India and the rest of South Asia in a broad global context. If you think that is you, please let us know. Please submit a cover letter describing your experience and interest in this job, a detailed resume, and a half-dozen clips with explanations about what the stories show about your capabilities.
To apply, go here.