Do you obsess about the way business really gets done? Do you like exploring the collision of money and business?
The Wall Street Journal’s CFO Journal is looking for a curious, experienced editor to cover the news and issues that affect the flow and use of money inside the world’s largest companies.
Launched in 2011, CFO Journal is the first of the Journal’s professional business verticals, which now include CIO Journal, Wealth Management Journal and Risk & Compliance Journal.
The editor should have advanced knowledge of capital markets, corporate governance, cash management, and corporate taxes.
This editor will oversee a closely followed digital site and blog that blend original reporting and aggregation from across Dow Jones news sources and the Web.
The CFO team is also responsible weekly features for the broader WSJ audience; a very successful morning email newsletter; and an annual conference for finance chiefs of large, international companies.
This person must be able to juggle daily online needs with big picture features, identifying the areas of greatest interest and importance to a sophisticated audience.
The successful candidate will be energized by digging into the financial details that drive business decisions, and possess strong editing and management skills.
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