WSJ seeks science editor in New York
The Wall Street Journal’s health and science group is looking for an energetic and enterprising editor to help lead science coverage into the future.
As an editor, you will be managing a growing team of reporters covering scientific fields from astronomy to robotics, genetics and climate change.
You will also be responsible for new findings and providing insight and context to help readers understand how science applies to their lives, their jobs, their environment and their health.
Ideal candidates must have an experience of at least 3-5 years of managing reporters, and a proven ability to break news as well as tell compelling narrative stories across platforms and mediums.
This job reports to health and science coverage chief Stefanie Ilgenfritz.