Deputy Editor - Bankruptcy, WSJ Pro - NY
The Wall Street Journal seeks a deputy bureau chief to help run coverage for its Pro Bankruptcy team.
This position involves helping lead a team of reporters covering both ongoing bankruptcy cases, debt restructurings and distressed companies that may have to reorganize.
The role requires a strong knowledge of bankruptcy law and the various parties that shape bankruptcy proceedings, as well as a solid knowledge of corporate finance and business.
It also requires a skilled editor comfortable with tight deadlines who can fashion stories for both the specialist readers of WSJ Pro and the more general readers of the Journal.
The job is based in New York.
- A clear and likely internal candidate has already been identified.
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