Deputy Bureau Chief - Management, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Management & Careers team is looking for a deputy bureau chief to help drive the Journal's coverage of leadership, management, careers and the workplace.
The successful candidate will be a creative and opportunistic news driver capable of guiding story formation on a variety of topics. We are looking for a person with excellent news judgment able to collaborate across the newsroom. Candidates should be enthusiastic about multiple forms of storytelling.
This editor is also expected to be a player/coach who will write stories as well as pitch in to help cover breaking news.
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