WSJ seeks reporter to join Markets Real Time group
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an experienced reporter for its Markets Real Time group, focusing on banks, M&A and Wall Street.
Markets Real Time is at the white-hot center of The Wall Street Journal as it transforms itself into a digital first news organization.
As a senior member of the Markets Real Time team, the reporter will help set the agenda for deals, banking and Wall Street coverage and analysis. On breaking news stories, the reporter is expected to provide a “live from the markets” feel, jumping in with quick, smart insights often gleaned from reporting, data or just good thinking.
The reporter will be at the heart of some of the biggest stories in the WSJ, providing up-to-the-minute analysis on everything from the implosion of Valeant to the travails of the banking system in a postcrisis world.
The successful candidate has excellent news judgment, the ability to juggle a diverse set of topics and the confidence write smart analysis quickly. Prior financial reporting experience is required. Strong writing and analytical skills are essential. Comfort with TV, radio and podcasts is a plus.
Applications should include a resume, cover letter, and up to five published clips.
To apply, go here.