News Editor

Feb 04, 2014
Mar 06, 2014
Full Time
The Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau seeks an editor to manage the flow of outside contributions to new web sites devoted to Washington, central bank and economics news. This editor would be responsible for managing small groups of outside experts who will offer periodic, timely and sophisticated pieces analysis on news of the day or WSJ stories. This editor will be responsible for recruiting and maintaining these groups of outside contributors; soliciting offerings when circumstances suggest; and editing and posting those contributions. We seek a journalist with experience in handling material on a broad range of public policy issues; a background in Washington reporting or editing and some experience in online journalism would be useful.

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