WSJ seeks reporter for investigative team
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a reporter to join its investigative team.
This position will focus on breaking news and investigations, including long-term projects with the I-team, with beat reporters in the financial and enterprise groups, and across the newsroom.
The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated history of watchdog journalism of Wall Street, hedge funds, private equity and corporate boardrooms. A history of conceiving and executing investigative work also is required.
This person must be highly sourced in the financial and corporate worlds, skilled at cultivating sources, in accruing and gleaning pertinent information from vast troves of documents, in understanding and using data to bolster his or her reporting and in organizing and writing strong narrative stories efficiently.
To apply, go here.