The New York Times is in the final stages of selecting their new public editor. Poynter reports that there are 10 candidates currently being interviewed for the job.

Not many details are known other than that, but Glenn Kamon, the Times’ assistant managing editor for enterprise, said there are two women among the finalists, and the paper is placing an emphasis on web savvy.

The person selected for the job will succeed Arthur Brisbane, who is leaving the Times in September.