WSJ seeks energy reporter in Texas
The Wall Street Journal is seeking an enterprising reporter to join its team covering the oil and gas business in Texas.
The reporter will be charged with covering the companies that help other firms drill for oil and gas, such as Halliburton; the pipeline companies that move it around the country (and sometimes have spills); and the companies that turn crude into gasoline and chemicals.
Candidates need not be energy experts. But they should possess a demonstrated record of building sources and breaking news, and the writing skill to make complex subjects understandable to a general audience. Strong collaboration skills are a must, as our energy reporters regularly need to team up with their colleagues around the world.
The position is based in Houston, America’s energy capital and fourth-largest city.
Applications should include a resume, cover letter, and up to five published clips.
To apply, go here.