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The Wall Street Journal is seeking an experienced energy policy reporter to join its bureau in Washington, D.C.
You will cover White House energy policy, Congressional legislation, rule-making by government agencies and the nation’s transition to clean energy even as it remains dependent on fossil fuels. You will also cover behind-the-scenes lobbying by industry and advocacy groups.
Monitor the energy industry and related action by the White House, administration agencies and Congress.
Develop and deliver first-rate enterprise stories, often centered around industry and government data sources.
Work in a collegial manner since the job will often involve teaming up with the Journal’s expansive roster of excellent journalists across the U.S. and the world.
A keen understanding of energy policy and challenges faced by the industry.
A knowledge of the key players in Washington.
Experience reporting and writing fast-paced, breaking news, as well as the ability to land scoops.
The position will be based in Washington, D.C. and report to Washington Business bureau chief John Corrigan.
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Job Category: News/Editorial Group
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