The Wall Street Journal, Special Writer (London)
4 days left
- Full Time
The Wall Street Journal's Heard on the Street column is seeking an experienced reporter who can think deeply and write quickly about economics, markets and business in Europe.
The position, which is based in London, is part of a global team of reporters who write analysis and commentary on the topics most important to The Wall Street Journal's readers.
The successful candidate will understand economics, policy and markets and how these areas intersect with business. Heard on the Street writers must be able to quickly analyze important news while also writing more in depth pieces of commentary.
We are seeking a deeply sourced writer who can add value to the Journal's news coverage and isn't afraid to take a point of view. Experience covering markets, central banks and business for a global audience is a plus.
London is a crucial bureau for the Heard because the time zone gives us a jump on the U.S. day , and the location provides a perch to write globally.
The position reports to Stephen Wilmot, Heard on the Street's London editor, and Ken Brown, the Heard's global editor.
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