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WSJ seeks reporter to cover New York Fed

November 8, 2013

Posted by Chris Roush

The Wall Street Journal seeks an enterprising journalist to work with our Global Central Banks Editor and our Federal Reserve team in Washington to cover the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which sits at the intersection of central banking and the markets. This means breaking news and writing analytically about the New York Fed—one of Wall’s Street’s chief regulators—and its president, one of the central bank’s top monetary policy makers.

The job requires some travel to help cover public remarks by other Fed bank presidents. The reporter will work across all platforms: the Wall Street Journal, DJX,, WSJ video and Dow Jones Newswires. This ranges from writing headlines and spot-news stories for our newswires to writing major news stories and features for the Journal.

The successful candidate will have strong news judgment, writing ability and digital skills, have experience covering markets and economics, getting scoops and developing sources. Experience covering central banking would be a plus.

Please attach a resume, cover letter and three to five published clips to your online application.

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