The Wall Street Journal is looking for an evening photo editor for its international news hub in New York City. The ideal candidate has at least four years¹ experience in a news environment, fluency in the language of photojournalism, smart judgment and sterling ethics amid breaking news pressures.
The evening photo editor will keep WSJ.com current with fresh news photos and pitch timely, Irresistible, engaging stories. He or she will also create and update galleries, scouring social media and updating photos in the print edition throughout the evening. Schedule is late afternoons into the late evening but a flexible schedule is necessary.
The evening photo editor often works alone and has the chance to be on the front line of beating the competition in the nations largest, most trusted newspaper. The WSJ Photo staff has a very diverse background coming from many different types of publications and industries. We work with some of the worlds greatest photographers and journalists worldwide. This is an opportunity to work with some of the best in the industry and add your great visual talent to todays great news stories.
The Wall Street Journal is a collaborative, collegial environment. You must be easy to talk with and able to form a coherent email. The right candidate can use photo mechanic, media grid, FTP clients, photoshop with ease‹and sometimes all at once. Clever research, an ability to troubleshoot and a commitment to detail will get you the job.
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