Reporter - Tesla, The Wall Street Journal - CA
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a seasoned reporter to cover Tesla and its leader, Elon Musk, and the broader intersection of technology and automobiles in Silicon Valley.
The Tesla beat at the Journal is multifaceted and deals with technology, manufacturing, energy, leadership, management, global business, innovation, entrepreneurship, investing, accounting, regulation and much more.
You should have the capacity and curiosity to see the beat in broad relief and also the skills to break news, cover important developments with authority and gather deep reporting that illuminates compelling enterprise features.
You should have an ability to learn about and explain complicated subjects like autonomous-driving algorithms, and also possess a sharp eye for color and human drama.
You will be part of the tech team based in San Francisco and will collaborate with colleagues there and around the globe.
Candidates should have at least three years of experience covering a business or finance beat.
The job reports to the Journal's global tech editor, Jason Dean, and Robert Wall, the editor for Tesla coverage.
If you're interested, please click 'APPLY' and submit your resume, cover letter and 5-10 clips by Sept. 15.
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