The Wall Street Journal is seeking a deputy bureau chief to help shape and shepherd our national security coverage.
You’ll help reporters develop must-read stories about the most dynamic people and issues in U.S. geopolitics. You’ll work closely with the Wall Street Journal’s team of Washington reporters covering foreign policy, Defense and the State departments, helping them conceptualize big impactful stories and elevate breaking news with unique angles.
The ideal candidate is equally comfortable handling breaking news, editing ambitious long-form features and coaching reporters to produce their best work.
Impeccable judgment and the ability to exercise it under intense deadline pressure.
Sharp writing and editing skills alongside a deep appreciation for the craft of reporting.
A keen sense of the Journal’s audience – both present and future – and a demonstrated ability to help reporters craft appealing features.
A track record of capably handling breaking news on deadline.
A strong desire to work across coverage areas to produce top-notch journalism.
4 to 7 years experience running coverage of a relevant topic. Experienced reporters also are encouraged to apply.
An aptitude and willingness to use digital-publishing tools to produce engaging journalism across the Journal’s publishing platforms.
A deep understanding of the ins and outs of U.S. geopolitics and the inner workings of the Defense and State departments.
This position is based in Washington.
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