WSJ seeks European central banks reporter
The Wall Street Journal seeks an enterprising journalist to work with the European Central Banks Editor and reporters across the European Union to cover the central banks outside the euro zone and U.K. and also assist in covering the European Central Bank, particularly as it assumes the role of bank supervisor.
The reporter must be a self-starter who can break news and jump on daily stories as well as connect the dots for smart analysis, feature stories and profiles. He or she should have a strong interest in supervision and regulatory matters and be able to work with other reporters in Europe and elsewhere when needed on broad themes.
Ability to bring stories to life with color and telling real examples is also important. The reporter will help us expand and enrich our coverage of European central banks across all platforms, including WSJ video. We are looking for someone with strong news judgment, writing ability, analytical talent and digital media skills.
The ideal candidate would have experience covering economics, banking and central banking, getting scoops and developing sources. The position will be based in Frankfurt.
To apply: Please submit your CV and covering letters along with some recent clips. Only candidates requested for interview will be contacted.
To apply, go here.