WSJ seeks central banks reporter/editor in DC
The Wall Street Journal seeking an enterprising journalist to work with our Global Central Banks Editor and our team in Washington to report, edit and help launch new features tied to global coverage of central banking. This reporter/editor will work across all of our platforms, including The Wall Street Journal, DJX, WSJ.com and WSJ Video, and will help us solidify The Wall Street Journal’s position as the leading source of central bank news and analysis around the globe. This position will be based in Washington.
Qualifications: We are looking for someone with strong news judgment and writing skills, as well as strong digital skills. A candidate for this job must understand the fast-changing online universe and how to harness it to better reach our varied readers. Experience in covering economics and/or central banking a plus.
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