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WSJ seeks news editor in Beijing

July 17, 2014

Posted by Chris Roush

The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced editor to edit Chinese-language news stories and columns from bloggers and contributors.

This Beijing-based position will fit an editor with strong news judgment who likes working closely with reporters and writers. The editor will be shaping some of the highest-profile original content featured on our professional and consumer platforms across multiple subject and coverage areas, including companies, technology, and lifestyle.

The editor will need to have a keen eye for detail and the ability to spot Chinese-language work that would also be of interest to English-speaking audiences. The job requires at least five years” experience as a newsroom editor and native Chinese-language ability.

You must have a good bedside manner with reporters and be able to serve as both a story-shaper and sounding-board. Strong English-language ability will be a plus. The position will report to the editor of original content for our Chinese-language edition of The Wall Street Journal.

Dow Jones offers the right professional an exceptional opportunity to develop their career with one of the world”s leading financial and business information companies.

To apply, go here.

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