Politics Enterprise Editor, The Wall Street Journal - DC
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a skilled, experienced, dynamic editor to work on enterprise coverage with the Politics team as it ramps up to cover the 2020 presidential election and beyond.
The position, which reports to the Politics Editor, will involve conceiving, guiding and editing our biggest political features and enterprise projects to ensure that we dedicate sufficient resources in a busy news environment to delivering memorable long-form journalism and creative journalistic projects.
We're looking for an editor who can step back and shepherd journalism that will help define the major themes and currents involved in the presidential election and more.
The role will involve close coordination between the Washington bureau and the Enterprise editing staff in New York so that we are bringing the full resources and focus of the Journal on signature pieces.
The ideal candidate will be a veteran editor with multiple years of experience handling enterprise projects.
Click 'Apply' now. Applicants should include a cover letter, resume and examples of edited work.
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