The Wall Street Journal is looking for an enterprising and analytical reporter to write about corporate distress, supporting a team of specialist journalists who are part of a new initiative at the WSJ.
Distressed companies are fertile territory for journalists, often marked by challenging market trends, flawed business models, or disputes with lenders and other creditors.
We need a reporter who can write sophisticated analysis of companies for an audience of bankruptcy professionals and distressed investors. Our aim is to provide those readers with actionable information on which companies are headed for trouble. The position will be based in New York.
Applications should include a resume, cover letter, and up to five published clips.
To apply, go here.