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USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Business Manager role supports the Publisher as well as the Magazine Management team throughout the entire sales process from start to finish. Touching everything from lead generation to closing each issue, this role is an integral part of the magazine team working with all departments including editorial, production, marketing  and  sales offices around the world.     Responsibilities include: - Work with global sales teams and marketing department to create programs that incentivize magazine sales across all platforms and categories - Develop understanding of multiple categories including automotive, travel, technology, finance, home & shelter, and luxury/fashion,  and work with appropriate sales reps to successfully position the magazine as a must buy - Create prospecting lists from competitive magazines and websites to be distributed to sales teams - Maintain and update forecasted business and act as liaison between Publishe, AP's and other teams and reps to ensure returning and new business is being brought into the Magazine - Work closely with product directors across the franchise to develop integrated sales packages - Act as point person for all magazine proposals, to include rates, positions, added value and research - Responsible for reviewing all insertion orders for accuracy as well as putting together the preliminary mockup/layout of the issue for review by the publisher and editor. - Participate in bi-weekly Magazine Management meetings, act as point of contact between sales, marketing, research and management teams - Manage the daily luxury well that runs in the newspaper: responsible for space approvals, managing layouts and sales outreach to raise awareness and participation. Works closely with Strategy department - manage weekly layout of Off Duty section  by coordinating  with editorial and sales to ensure  a smooth process and maximum sales. - As a part of the Magazine Management team, opportunity to take ownership of projects that directly impact the success and tremendous growth of this product   Forecasting: Work closely with the sales (Heavily with Consumer Luxury team & entire team) team for forecasting upcoming Magazine campaigns, Off Duty & Luxury well cross-checking IOs, staying on top of sales team for status on paperwork, probability to close and managing print inventory.   Positioning: Deep understanding of luxury advertisers positioning demands while maximizing revenue of the magazine, Off Duty & Luxury Well. Owning the calendar housing reservations (e.g. 'Premium Position' document)   LVIP contracts: Market share analysis: competitive analysis weekly reports, NYT vs. WSJ breakdown, etc.   Coordinating with the Layouts team to compare IO tracker w/ forecasting information Pricing: Working closely with Pricing team and sharing positioning/forecasting data EMEA Work: - Preparation of pre-meeting sales background information - Compiling Cognos report to understand advertiser's historical spend - Edit credit list for Magazine & Off Duty - Media radar for market analysis - Distribute magazine & Off Duty to Client Partner  
Requisition ID
2017-30867
Job Function
Business Operations
USA-NY-NEW YORK
Managing Editor, Digital Platforms - Lead editorial operations and innovation across our digital platforms, making sure that the mix of content is always timely and distinctive - Launch new storytelling and distribution experiments on a variety of digital platforms, including audio and email - Ensure that all headlines and other copy are both compelling and accurate - Manage a small team of digital editors and producers - Collaborate with product and art teams on redesign projects and new product launches - Work closely with audience team to reach new and existing audiences in new ways The right candidate will: - Possess reliably excellent editorial judgment, knowledge of investing, finance, and the markets, and a relentless commitment to accuracy - Be addicted to breaking news and able to find original investing angles in news stories - Be comfortable working at a fast pace and good at motivating others to do the same - Be an excellent and quick line editor - Have extensive experience interpreting and responding creatively to traffic and engagement data, as well as creating sophisticated and engaging content for social and distributed channels - Be able to think visually and collaborate effectively with designers - Be a generous, thoughtful colleague and mentor - Have an entrepreneurial outlook and thrive amid uncertainty and change
Requisition ID
2017-30866
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
Managing Editor, DisruptionThe managing editor for disruption will: - Lead Barron’s coverage of major technological changes and their effects on a variety of industries, ensuring that it is always ambitious, relevant, distinctive, and forward-looking. - Manage a small team of reporters covering tech, retail, and fintech beats, who will produce agenda-setting storytelling in a variety of digital and print formats. - Collaborate with Barron’s art, production, and video teams to incorporate more graphics and data and to experiment with storytelling techniques and content formats. - Work with our audience team to reach a broader and more diverse audience, seek opportunities for the team to engage with TV and radio, and engage on social media to ensure Barron’s is at the forefront of smart conversations about technology and disruption. - Seek opportunities to launch new products including newsletters, podcasts, and live events, where applicable, to engage new audiences and to serve existing audiences in the best possible ways. - Write and produce exemplary content, assign features, columns, and a variety of digital content, and edit copy for accuracy and quality of storytelling. He or she will enforce excellent quality standards, reliably hit deadlines, and continually look for ways to improve editorial operations. We are looking for a candidate who will: - Possess reliably excellent editorial judgment, a deep and up-to-date knowledge of technology, business, finance, and the markets, and a relentless commitment to accuracy - Be addicted to breaking news and able to find compelling investing angles in news stories - Be comfortable working at a fast pace and good at motivating others to do the same - Be equally adept at editing in-depth stories and adding insight to short-form takes on news events, on digital platforms and in print - Be a generous, thoughtful colleague and mentor - Have an entrepreneurial outlook and thrive amid uncertainty and change
Requisition ID
2017-30865
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NJ-PRINCETON
Student Memberships - Account Coordinator The role of the Sales Coordinator (RSC) is to work closely with the Education sales team to ensure that the client experiences a first class relationship with Dow Jones and support the smooth operations of sales. The Sales Coordinator will work closely with all Sales Representatives in support of sales activities, contracting, setup of client accounts and ongoing account changes. Their main goal is to remove administrative tasks from the Sales team so they can focus on selling.   Additional responsibilities for the Sales Coordinator include:   - Working directly with clients to implement new accounts and provide support for the  ongoing relationship such as account/technology access issues and invoicing questions. - Working with the sales team to assist with account usage, billing or other data analysis. - Where appropriate, the SC's customer interaction will be via telephone and email. - Work with accounts to obtain information as needed.   Analysis & Reporting Responsibilities: - Compile regular or ad-hoc reports on account users and billing. - Prepare user or usage reporting as needed by sales. - Partner with the sales and Billing/Collections to resolve billing issues. - Work with customer service or other internal departments to resolve any client issues.   Account Set-up Responsibilities:   - Prepare Sales Orders according to specific billing requirements for new accounts, additional services, closed accounts, address and contact changes. Ensure Contracts are fully executed. - Collect confirmation documents to verify customer orders, cancellations or changes. - Update information in global CRM system. - Manage technology implementation between school and Dow Jones stakeholders.     REQUIREMENTS   - 1-3+ years sales support experience.  Experience working and speaking with clients - College degree (or equivalent), preferably in marketing, communications, or a business discipline. - Excellent oral and written communication skills, including proven presentation skills.  Includes ability to speak equally effectively with both high-level administrators and undergraduate students. - Excellent organizational skills, enabling strong territory management and prompt customer follow-up. - Intermediate skills in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint needed. - Salesforce.com or other CRM experience preferred.
Requisition ID
2017-30860
USA-DC-WASHINGTON
The News Editor, Washington, will help guide and shape daily and long-term news and enterprise from the nation’s capital and will deliver complete story packages that are ready to publish on digital platforms. The News Editor will collaborate with the Washington Coverage Chief and Bureau Chiefs to ensure that the Journal’s politics, regulatory and economic stories are told in the best ways for digital platforms, with a special focus on mobile.  This person will work closely with reporters, editing a variety of breaking news and enterprise stories for all WSJ platforms.   Tasks/Responsibilities   Content - Edit news and enterprise stories, sharpening and rewriting when necessary. - Work closely with reporters to ensure that stories include all of the necessary elements and meet WSJ standards. - Ensure that story packages are properly packaged with text, visuals, video, inset boxes for related articles or twitter, timelines, etc., and ensure the packages are optimized for mobile audiences. - Ensure that all components are of the highest quality, adhere to WSJ standards and are ready for publication as a complete article page. - Ensure the timely and coordinated publication of all coverage area story packages in coordination with the Washington Coverage Chief and the Washington News Editor in New York. Test and ensure error-free publication (SEO headlines, hyperlinks, video, etc.).   Leadership - Uphold WSJ standards and ethics. Makes sure there are no surprises, the lede is supported, sources are checked. - Inspire our journalists to produce their best work on all platforms. - Contribute by attitude, example and encouragement to a culture of creativity, enthusiasm, motivation, ownership and professionalism. - Serve as a mentor and guide to less experienced colleagues.   Key Attributes/Knowledge/Experience - Excellent news judgment. - Strong writing and editing skills. - Capable of editing and elevating news, features and visual elements with speed and depth. - Equally at home in digital media environments and print, with demonstrated excellence in writing and editing in both. Solid grasp of video as a content format. - Deep understanding of the audience and membership structure, and how to use insight research and analytics to continually refine this understanding. - Deep understanding of the brand values and mission of The Wall Street Journal -- digital and print -- and how our journalism should be selected, executed  and presented in line with those values. - Proficient in basic numeracy and modern research methods. Confident in analyzing the data behind a story. - Proficient in digital and social media strategy and tools.   Position in hierarchy / reporting lines - Reporting to: Washington coverage chief   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30856
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-MA-CHICOPEE
  Prepare new and renewal subscriptions from the white mail to be processed in DataCap and RPS processing. This work needs attention, as it comes in with correspondence, notes or damaged. Under minimum supervision, perform specified duties of some diversity related to the department’s activities. Involves some independent judgment and a detailed knowledge of the department or company policies. Maintains records and prepares reports as needed.     - Prepare new and renewal subscriptions for DataCap and RPS that need further research for processing - This process requires knowledge of all marketing programs, OLF, Mosaic/Ciboodle and FileNet - Process transactions in OLF and Mosaic, such as address changes, suspensions or adjustments - Prepare the unidentified/manual checks to be processed in DataCap. This process requires a lot of researching for current accounts or calling subscribers to obtain the needed information - Prepare the refund checks, before they are mailed out. This process requires FileNet research for the correct name and address of the refund check payee. Therefore, FileNet experience is required - Process payment acknowledgements, Indexing and cancel accounts through FileNet - Prepare payments from all sub agencies, to be processed in DataCap. This process requires a lot of knowledge on how the sub agency program works, as well as the corresponding source keys and rates. - It also requires calling the sub agencies for missing or incorrect information - Analyze customer inquiries and letters and any other correspondence without payment, as well as direct them to the proper departments. Some are sent interoffice to other departments others are scanned to Customer Service   POSITION REQUIREMENTS: - Must be able to accurately type 30+ wpm. - General PC skills - Must have a solid knowledge of Customer Service and Marketing to make final judgments on actions to - take on customers correspondence - Microsoft Office programs, such as Excel and Word (mail merger, labels) - Knowledge of business rules, i.e. terms, rates, source keys - May require FileNet knowledge - May require Customer Service knowledge - May require fulfillment operations knowledge - Good written and oral communication skills - Good reading and comprehension skills - Good organizational skills - Ability to work well in team environment - Ability to contact customers and companies in a professional manner - May be required to support other department functions i.e. RPS, educational projects, corporate projects and Customer Service.
Requisition ID
2017-30855
Job Function
Office Administration
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Assistant Managing Editor, Training and Outreach is responsible for all newsroom training initiatives for The Wall Street Journal.   The AME-Training and Outreach will create and oversee the implementation of a broad, long-term training strategy for the newsroom of The Wall Street Journal; will support the larger efforts of the Managing Editor’s Office to ensure that the Journal’s newsroom is diverse, inclusive and welcoming; will work collaboratively across the Managing Editor’s Office and newsroom; will be an ambassador for the Journal’s newsroom; and will work creatively and ambitiously to equip our journalists with the skills they need to excel in their careers and create the exceptional journalism for which The Wall Street Journal is known. - Create a broad, comprehensive and long-term training strategy and plan for the newsroom. Identify areas of need, then design and oversee the implementation of training programs that address those voids.  This strategy should include needs identified during the WSJ2020 project, as well as a new newsroom-management training curriculum. - Design and oversee the implementation of the newsroom’s program for interns, who are selected by the AME-Talent and Recruiting. - Work collaboratively with the Dow Jones Training Department to identify which DJ training programs would be beneficial to the newsroom, and contribute to the modification of others that could become so. - Create recommendations for how the News Department should participate in journalism conferences and oversee the implementation of that program, including goals for participation; a communication plan; selection, training and coordination of our attending journalists. The AME-Training and Outreach will work collaboratively with the AME-Talent and Recruiting on these objectives. - Support the AME-Talent and Recruiting in her/his efforts to build a first-class college-recruiting program, as well as identify other opportunities to work with institutions of higher learning for training programs. - Identify or design internal and external training opportunities, fellowships and other programs that could enrich our journalists and our journalism. Oversee the communication of the opportunities to the staff and make recommendations to the Managing Editor on who should participate. - Ensure that all of our training and outreach initiatives support our goals for an inclusive and diverse newsroom. Identify ways in which our newsroom can improve in these areas through training and outreach. - Oversee visits by outside groups or individuals interested in news media and the Journal newsroom. Oversee the decision of which groups are appropriate, the level of interaction with our newsroom and their visits. - Work with the newsroom’s Finance Director to ensure that all initiatives have proper levels of funding and that our training and outreach programs stay within budget.   Reports to: Managing Editor   Direct reports: - Manager, Training and Outreach - News Trainer   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30851
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
Deputy Chief, Corporate Bureau   The Corporate Bureau in New York is looking for a deputy bureau chief to help drive the Journal's coverage of some of the world's biggest businesses and the people who run them.   The talented reporters in this bureau cover telecoms like AT&T/Verizon, retailers like Wal-Mart/Macy's, railroads and transports like FedEx/UPS, consumer products firms like P&G/Coca-Cola/Nike, small businesses, corporate governance/CEOs and behemoths like GE. These are core topics for WSJ subscribers and fertile ground for big scoops and ambitious stories.   The ideal candidate is a skilled reporter/editor with an eye for good stories who is creative about digital forms of storytelling and delivering for readers across platforms, with a particular focus on mobile. This person should be able to juggle the demands of breaking news and ambitious enterprise projects, including leders. Above all, we're looking for a colleague who is a true team player.     *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30850
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a Graphics Editor to join its award-winning visuals team in New York. The Editor will focus primarily on a weekly section about the week's news in business and finance for print and digital platforms. The Editor will be responsible for generating new ideas for visual storytelling with graphics, interactives and newsroom apps.   Job requirements: - Prior experience in a newsroom, with excellent news, storytelling and design judgement. - Experience with business news and charting. - Good knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and its libraries, especially D3. - Data is essential to our work, so the right candidate will have an interest in data journalism and associated tools, such as Excel, SQL, R and Python. - Good knowledge of responsive design and best practices for building stories for mobile devices. - Good knowledge of layout, typography, color and interaction design. - Able to work quickly and efficiently under tight deadlines. - Able to help reporters and editors learn new skills that will contribute to their visual storytelling. - The initiative to take on and learn new tasks in a fast-moving environment. - Excellent communication skills.   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30842
USA-MN-Minneapolis
Primary Responsibilities/Accountabilities: - As part of a cross-functional agile software team, you will design, implement, and maintain our web applications in a highly collaborative environment - Participate in discussions about technology, design, UX, infrastructure and consider the pros/cons of a technology choice based on business value, scalability, maintainability and project delivery performance - Support Dow Jones technical cultural values and are capable of driving toward solutions independently, seeking feedback when appropriate - Maintain and share knowledge in emerging technologies and tools in the industry - Being able to prioritize and manage work, adhering to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment - Share a passion for design and technology   Knowledge/Experience: - BS/MS in Computer Science, Design or equivalent - 2+ years experience developing web applications - Proficient knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript - Proven understanding of Computer Science fundamentals including web development, service-oriented architecture, cloud computing, test driven development and domain driven design. - Working knowledge of web based technologies with a combination of the following: Node.js, React, JSON, NoSQL, SQL - Understand Web Video players   Preferred Tools/Skills: - Fluency in Node.js - Advanced CSS knowledge – Grid, Flexbox, etc. - Experience with Webpack - Fluency in one JavaScript Framework; preferably React - Exposure to Docker, AWS or other cloud or container based application deployment a plus - Experience with NoSQL – S3, Redis, Memcached, BigQuery, ElastiCache, ORM - Knowledge of ES6 - Knowledge of basic design and UX principles
Requisition ID
2017-30841
Job Function
IT Development
USA-MN-Minneapolis
Primary Responsibilities/Accountabilities: - As part of a cross-functional agile software team, you will design, implement, and maintain our web applications in a highly collaborative environment - Participate in discussions about technology, design, UX, infrastructure and consider the pros/cons of a technology choice based on business value, scalability, maintainability and project delivery performance - Support Dow Jones technical cultural values and are capable of driving toward solutions independently, seeking feedback when appropriate - Maintain and share knowledge in emerging technologies and tools in the industry - Being able to prioritize and manage work, adhering to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment - Share a passion for design and technology   Knowledge/Experience: - BS/MS in Computer Science, Design or equivalent - 2+ years experience developing web applications - Proficient knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript - Proven understanding of Computer Science fundamentals including web development, service-oriented architecture, cloud computing, test driven development and domain driven design. - Working knowledge of web based technologies with a combination of the following: Node.js, React, JSON, NoSQL, SQL   Preferred Tools/Skills: - Fluency in Node.js - Advanced CSS knowledge – Grid, Flexbox, etc. - Experience with Webpack - Fluency in one JavaScript Framework; preferably React - Exposure to Docker, AWS or other cloud or container based application deployment a plus - Experience with NoSQL – S3, Redis, Memcached, BigQuery, ElastiCache, ORM - Knowledge of ES6 - Knowledge of basic design and UX principles - Experience with video players a big plus
Requisition ID
2017-30840
Job Function
IT Development
USA-NY-NEW YORK
MarketWatch seeks a reporter to cover bitcoin, blockchain, and the wealth of nationless finance. Tackling what’s undoubtedly the most fascinating, if confounding, beats in business journalism, this reporter will decode the world of cryptocurrencies for a general audience of investors and curious consumers, shedding light on its potential as both an asset and as a technology, while helping them hash out the boundaries between imagination and reality that lie at the very heart of money itself. This reporter will produce daily reports, columns, and deeper dives that cover the swing in prices, regulation and policy, and most importantly the people developing, embracing, betting on, or shorting the future of this disruptive new technology.   JOB SPECIFICATIONS: The candidate must have at least three years of experience as a financial or reporter, an obsession with markets and technology. The reporter must be able to work in a pressurized real-time environment with never-ending deadlines – and perhaps most importantly, play well with others in what is collegial, cooperative digital newsroom.   #LI-marketwatch 
Requisition ID
2017-30839
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
Key Responsibilities - Assists the Barron’s Editor in all aspects of the role. - Also writes Barron’s news items, news with some instant analysis - Edits copy from Barron’s. - Writes Barron’s news items covering all the relevant news for Barron’s core audience (finance sector) with a focus on both speed and accuracy - Writes for other potential Barron’s digital projects such as blogs, pop-up sites - Seeks out opportunities to write/produce content for other parts of Barron’s. - Participates in weekend/holiday coverage rota as appropriate Key skills required - Experience writing quick and error free news stories. - Demonstrates excellent news judgment - Ability to write with flare and creative authority. - Excellent understanding of Barron’s core subject matter and audience. - Ability to quickly edit and publish other Reporters stories. - Demonstrate a willingness to work as a team and cover for other reporters/editors where required.
Requisition ID
2017-30834
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
Reporter, 10-Point   The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced writer for its popular 10-Point newsletter. The right candidate will work directly with editor-in-chief Gerard Baker to distill our best scoops and stories into an engaging daily must-read for a loyal subscriber audience. We’re looking for aan creative self-starter who can work with minimal supervision to prepare the newsletter for early-morning publication and look for opportunities to grow its audience.   The newsletter is named “The 10-Point” after the nickname conferred by the editors of The Wall Street Journal on the lead column of the legendary “What's News” digest of top stories. Technically, “10-point” referred to the size of the typeface. The type is smaller now but the name lives on.   Applications should include a resume, cover letter and up to five published clips.   Responsibilities - Edit and publish the daily 10-Point newsletter - Create a unique and habit-forming experience for 10-Point subscribers - Develop and execute a clear editorial strategy for the 10-Point newsletter that is informed by analytics, audience insights and news judgment - Work closely with the audience and off-platform teams to grow the 10-Point newsletter audience and find opportunities to bring our journalism to new readers via email   Qualifications - Superb news judgment; a strong journalistic foundation as a reporter or editor - At least two years of newsroom experience - A demonstrated record of success in growing and engaging audiences via email - An appreciation for The Wall Street Journal brand and its core coverage areas - The ability to move projects forward in a collaborative team environment - A strategic thinker with a passion for experimentation and a facility for data - Strong communication and presentation skills   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30831
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is looking for an editor with strong communication and organizational skills to play a linchpin role in coordinating newsroom coverage plans. Working with the Planning Editor, this editor will manage editorial calendars and news planning tools, and will be responsible for ensuring they are updated with the latest plans from coverage and bureau chiefs. This person will also help to ensure plans are shared with visual and video departments, as well as with platform editors and product developers. This person will support the effort to make the newsroom’s workflow more focused on digital and audience priorities.   This editor will also drive the selection and preparation of the best Wall Street Journal content for submission into journalism competitions, including the Pulitzer Prizes, the Gerald Loeb Awards, and the Overseas Press Club Awards. He or she coordinates with top editors to identify the best content packages, strategize where they should be entered, and work through often-complex entry processes.   Tasks/Responsibilities - Assist the Planning Editor with execution of the medium- and long-term journalism coverage plans for The Wall Street Journal on all platforms. - Uphold WSJ values and mission as well as audience-centric quality standards on all platforms. - Assist coverage chiefs with defining coming news events and opportunities for advance plans, and help the Planning Editor ensure that each coverage team is properly planning and executing them. Keep senior editors informed. - Maintain planning standards, frameworks and tools for all journalism created in the WSJ  multi-platform newsroom. - Work with the Dow Jones marketing team on promoting content projects/coverage series/”campaigns”/initiatives, as directed. - Work with the live journalism/conference team on event programming. - Monitor our coverage throughout the year with an eye to potential prize-worthy packages. Work with the Coverage Planning Editor to identify  what elements could strengthen the packages. - Maintain the calendar of prize competition deadlines, work with Coverage Planning Editor to determine which competitions we should enter, and develop a full understanding of the rules and idiosyncrasies of each competition, to ensure successful entries. - As the main prize season approaches, convene senior editors to determine which packages are best to enter and where they should be submitted. - Coordinate and lead the effort to review and ensure that all necessary components of the prize package are accurate and complete, including story lists, nomination letters, questionnaires and reporter/editor details as necessary. - Serve as the Journal’s primary point-person to follow-up questions from the various external coordinators, including details around judge access to the nominated content, the specifics of any citations, etc.     Leadership - Inspire our journalists to produce their best work on all platforms. - Lead by example and positive attitude to showcase the benefits of intensive planning and communication throughout the newsroom. - Contribute by attitude, example and encouragement to a culture of creativity, enthusiasm, motivation, ownership and professionalism. - Set standards for individual and team performance – ongoing and in regular performance reviews.   Key Attributes/Knowledge/Experience   - Sound organizational abilities: setting agendas, managing projects, forward planning. - Deep understanding of the brand values and mission of The Wall Street Journal and how our journalism should be presented in line with those values. - Able to make judgment calls and decision making in line with the senior editors’ strategic initiatives. - Able to recognize the best, most relevant journalism in all formats. Understand modern and innovative journalism and storytelling techniques. - Good grasp of the competitive landscape in journalism and digital storytelling, able to think critically and gauge how our work stacks up against that of our peers. - Lead and inspire our journalists to come up with ideas; excellent communications skills. Know how to delegate, brief and give constructive feedback - Innovative and creative thinker, leader and manager.   Position in hierarchy / reporting lines - Reporting to: Coverage Planning Editor   Additional major internal working relationships - Very closely working with Editor in Chief, Executive Editor, Enterprise Editor, Coverage Chiefs, Chief Visuals Editor, Marketing team   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30824
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a news editor for a Weekend Business & Finance section. This person will edit feature stories, columns and visual journalism for all platforms, for a weekly section about the week's news in business and finance. This person must have significant experience editing ambitious long-form journalism of all kinds: narrative, investigative, profile, news trends/analysis; as well as columns and shorter editorial features.   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30823
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a news editor for a new Weekend Business & Finance section. This person will edit feature stories, columns and visual journalism for all platforms, for a weekly section about the week's news in business and finance. This person must have significant experience editing ambitious long-form journalism of all kinds: narrative, investigative, profile, news trends/analysis; as well as columns and shorter editorial features.   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30822
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporting assistant to report short features and sidebars and research corporate and financial statistics and information for a weekly section about the week's news in business and finance. This is a perfect job for an ambitious junior reporter eager to learn and grow on the job. Must be deadline-driven, fast-on-your-feet, resourceful and obsessed with accuracy. Digital skills a plus.   *LI-JA1-WSJ  
Requisition ID
2017-30821
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a deputy editor to work with the section editor on all aspects of commissioning and editing feature stories, columns and visual journalism for a weekly section about the week's news in business and finance. This person will manage the publication during the week across all digital platforms, culminating in a print section. The ideal candidate will have significant experience conceiving and editing feature stories, columns and other recurring fixtures; constructing and pacing the architectural elements of an inviting feature section; managing an editing staff; managing complex and sensitive news stories. ​   *LI-JA1-WSJ
Requisition ID
2017-30820
Job Function
News/Editorial
USA-NY-NEW YORK
We are seeking a Page One News Editor to oversee a compelling package of stories, photos and graphics for the front page of The Wall Street Journal.   This editor will work closely with the Print Editor, the Chief News Editor, Editing Chief, art directors and others to shepherd the biggest stories of the day, help select the best photos and visuals for the front page and related inside pages, and drive strong standalone graphics. This editor will be the final editor on front-page news stories and visuals, and will be responsible for crafting lively headlines and presentation packages.   The successful candidate will be a strong, fast and accurate editor with a knack for writing great headlines and captions; have excellent news judgment and a deep knowledge of business and markets; and be a strong collaborator across teams in the newsroom. This editor reports to the Print Editor.   *LI-JA1-WSJ  
Requisition ID
2017-30819
Job Function
News/Editorial

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