Deputy Editorial Features Editor
The Wall Street Journal's Editorial Features department accepts and edits approximately two dozen op-ed articles per week. The position requires evaluating dozens of unsolicited submissions weekly and either turning them down or recommending acceptance; maintaining relationships with past contributors and soliciting op-eds from them in response to breaking news; editing op-eds and preparing them for print, online and social media; doing research to assist other editors; suggesting ideas for op-eds and occasionally contributing to the op-ed pages, in particular the Weekend Interview.
- College graduate with at least 4+ years editing experience, preferably with an emphasis on political and economic content.
- It is essential that candidates be familiar with the ideas, philosophy and principles for which the Wall Street Journal editorial page stands
- Flexible to do weekend/evening work as required.
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Business Area: EDITORIAL
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